This week's roundup of American houses from each of the 50 states brings us to Oregon, where a house built atop a pond and a home and studio nestled in a defunct warehouse are among our favourites (+ slideshow).
Four "legs" support the upper level of this house in Portland – a design intended to offer the openness of a glass house, without compromising on privacy. Find out more about Pavilion House »
Works Partnership Architecture converted a warehouse in Portland into a home and studio by punching skylights through the preserved bowstring truss roof and inserting living quarters within timber-clad boxes. Find out more about Bowstring Truss House »
A small late-Victorian dwelling in Portland has been transformed into a modern home with a monochrome red steel and wood exterior. Find out more about Red House »