Celebrate Independence Day By Looking At These 10 Interesting American Houses

Celebrate Independence Day By Looking At These 10 Awesome American Houses

 

To all our American readers, Happy 4th of July (Independence Day), and to celebrate, here are 10 interesting American houses we’ve featured over the years.

 


1. The Shield House in Denver, Colorado, designed by Studio H:T.


The Shield House in Denver, Colorado, designed by Studio H:T

See the full project, here. Photography by Raul Garcia.

2. The Sound House in Fairfield, Connecticut, designed by Roger Ferris + Partners.


The Sound House in Fairfield, Connecticut, designed by Roger Ferris + Partners.

See the full project, here. Photography by Woodruff/Brown

3. The Dorsey Residence on Bainbridge Island in Washington State, designed by Coates Design.


The Dorsey Residence on Bainbridge Island in Washington State, designed by Coates Design.

See the full project, here. Photography by Andrew Waits and Roger Turk

4. This house in San Francisco, California, designed by Feldman Architecture for a couple with three children.


This house in San Francisco, California, designed by Feldman Architecture for a couple with three children.

See the full project, here. Photography by Joe Fletcher

5. This home designed by Studio Build, for a family in Kansas City, Missouri.


This home designed by Studio Build, for a family in Kansas City, Missouri.

See the full project, here. Photography by Bob Greenspan Photography

6. The Lake Shore Drive House in Chicago, Illinois, designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects.


The Lake Shore Drive House in Chicago, Illinois, designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects.

See the full project, here. Photography by Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing, Daniel Wicke

7. The South Island Residence in Golden Beach, Florida, designed by KZ Architecture.


The South Island Residence in Golden Beach, Florida, designed by KZ Architecture.

See the full project, here. Photography by Robin Hill.

8. The Barcode House in Washington, D.C., designed by David Jameson Architect.


The Barcode House in Washington, D.C., designed by David Jameson Architect.

See the full project, here. Photography by Paul Warchol

9. The “Pond House at Ten Oaks Farm” in Hammond, Louisiana, designed by Holly & Smith Architects.


The “Pond House at Ten Oaks Farm” in Hammond, Louisiana, designed by Holly & Smith Architects.

See the full project, here. Photography by Marc Lamkin

10. The South Slope Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Etelamaki Architecture.


The South Slope Townhouse in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Etelamaki Architecture.

See the full project, here. Photography by Mikiko Kikuyama

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