Eclectic Style

  • 74 Mountain View Tram

    Published 08/15/13 in Houses

    "I really don't like heights," admits Leslie Decker. "But the tram is attached to terra firma, so it's all right."   See the Image

  • Welcome Home

    Published 08/15/13 in Houses
    Welcome Home

    The two-car garage was the couple's base of operations while the house was being built.    See the Image

  • Your Car, Sir.

    Published 08/15/13 in Houses
    Your Car, Sir.

    "The newness wore off after a while, but still, every time I look at it, I can't believe we built it and I have to smile," says Decker.    See the Image

  • Wuxtry Records, Athens, Ga.

    Growing up in the eclectic college town of Athens, Ga., inspired Ponsoldt on many levels. These are a few of his favorite things.   See the Gallery

  • NYC Skyhouse Slide

    Published 08/09/13 in Houses
    NYC Skyhouse Slide

    Architect David Hotson and interior designer Ghislaine Vinas created an 80-foot-long stainless steel tube slide that winds through four stories of this 6,600-square-foot penthouse. "Visitors are…   See the Image

  • Hal Prince NYC Townhouse

    We've been watching Broadway legend Hal Prince's Upper East Side townhouse ever since we first laid eyes on the listing photos earlier this year. The home has a lot of personality, which you have to…   Read the Article

  • The Container Store

    A few years ago Oakland-based design firm Building Lab made a splash with a gorgeous, contemporary office made out of shipping containers. The lopsided tendency of Americans to import manufactured…   Read the Article

  • Rabun Gap Mountain Home Deck

    A black slate floor covers the deck and continues seamlessly into the bedroom.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Outdoor Scene

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Outdoor Scene

    The compound was designed to have little impact on the surrounding forest    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Driveway

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Driveway

    The house is constructed of stucco, redwood, locally sourced stones and glass.    See the Image