Spanish architect Maria Milans del Bosch who is based in Manhattan designed this two-storey home in the town of Claryville in the Hudson Valley. Built into a hill, it comprises two long volumes with roofs that slant in opposite directions.
Interiors feature exposed concrete walls, large windows and wood beams, while two grey sofas by Hay surround a fireplace.
In the kitchen is a black, freestanding Vipp counter that houses a sink, stovetop and refrigerator. It was selected by the couple after struggling to find a concept that did not compromise the minimalism of the space.
Architect Jason Shannon and his wife and designer Paola Yañez of J_spy Architecture built this dwelling for themselves with concrete blocks on a six-acre (2.4-hectare) property in Upstate New York.
The home contains two bedrooms, a galley kitchen and an open-plan living and dining room. A geothermal pump powers radiant concrete floors by heating water from a well on site.
A single-storey home and a detached guesthouse in an L-shape enclose an outdoor saltwater swimming pool. A rooftop vegetable garden, small vineyard, electric car chargers, rooftop solar panels and dry wells that collect rainwater complete the design.
Jay Bargmann, vice president at Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly's New York studio, designed this glass-enclosed house in the Catskill Mountains for his family.
Overlooking the Hudson River, the residence has pared-down and industrial interiors with tile floors, bare furnishings, a metal staircase, and stainless steel and walnut details.