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7 Architects Who Pulled Out All the Stops for Their Own Homes

It's always fascinating to ogle the houses architects build for themselves, because without constant client demands, they can take their visions all the way. Here's a look at some of the most intriguing new examples of homes architects built for their families, many of which, unsurprisingly, take on big challenges—converting a grain silo, making the most out of a $175K budget, and creating a system for indoor treehouses, just to name a few.

With stops in Japan, Norway, Italy, and more! >>