Being your own client comes with its own challenges and rewards.
These 30 residences and private outdoor hideaways built by architects— some sprawling multi-level abodes built for their families and some minimalist cabins to deepen their connection to nature—are all deeply personal projects.
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This Japanese Architect’s Live/Work Space Embodies Quiet Reflection
Barrel-Vaulted Ceilings Cap an Architect’s Off-Grid Retreat in Mexico
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