This is the latest in our houses of the month series, where we showcase the five most popular residences featured on Dezeen in the past month from all around the world.
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Sloping white forms continue in the interior, where walls, floors and ceilings merge into one another, and floor-to-ceiling windows give views of the nearby ocean.
Architect William Samuels placed two timber-framed barrel-vaulted modules side-by-side and clad them in corrugated metal to create the relocatable Studio House.
Designed as an alternative to standard houses, the 42-square-metre dwelling can be relocated using a trailer and additional modules can be added to expand the home in the future.
Tucked into a wooded site northwest of Seattle, The Rambler home was designed by architecture studio GO’C to appear grounded in the landscape.
Placed on top of a concrete plinth, the single-storey house has an overhanging roof and black brick external walls that extend from the home to create semi-enclosed outdoor spaces.
Pastel shades of blue, green and pink define the three Sagene Wood Trade townhouses, located in a converted carpentry workshop in Oslo.
Architecture studio Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter transformed the workshop, which was partially demolished due to its derelict condition, by adding a steel structure and separating it into three homes with internal concrete walls.
Informed by local farmhouses, the house has a low-slung roof with deep eaves that shelter a terrace and outdoor cooking area, and a circular pool draws upon agricultural water storage tanks.