This week's roundup of houses from each of the 50 American states focuses on Wisconsin, and includes a charred timber cabin and the renovation of a Frank Lloyd Wright house outside Milwaukee (+ slideshow).
Milwaukee-based Johnsen Schmaling Architects completed a family retreat in rural Wisconsin featuring blackened pine cladding, concrete floors and wide-span glass doors. Find out more about Linear Cabin »
A slatted-timber gallery is raised above the porch of this woodland lodge near the shore of Lake Superior. Find out more about Family Retreat »
Milwaukee firm The Kubala Washatko Architects renovated a 1940s house by legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright near the city, adding a pool building informed by the home's original site plan. Find out more about Adelman House »
Johnsen Schmaling Architects chose a palette of bare concrete, cedar and anodised metal to construct this small family retreat in a remote Wisconsin forest. Find out more about Stacked Cabin »