Also on the list is a dwelling decorated with shiny green tiles, a trapezoidal concrete home and a beach house clad in blackened wood.
This is the latest in our Houses of the month series, where we collect the five most popular residences featured on Dezeen every month, from all around the world.
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Its shiny facade draws on the colours of the surrounding buildings and is punctured by a large planter on the top floor encased by three panes of glass.
Arguably the most unusual home on the list, this trapezoidal residence is dug into a sloping site in the village of Pernek in Slovakia.
The structure is crafted from concrete and fronted by large sheets of glass, which its architect Ksa Studený said is intended to evoke a hunter’s lodge.
Rural Office referenced the Arts and Crafts movement when designing Middle Avenue House, a home in Surrey defined by its steeply-pitched roof and red clay tiles.
Alongside being one of the most popular houses on Dezeen, this month it also made the 2023 longlist for the coveted RIBA House of the Year prize.
Another home on the list with a steeply-pitched roof is Lime Wash House, created by Chris Collaris Architects in a verdant garden near Eindhoven.
The black-metal roof is juxtaposed with tactile lime-washed bricks, a combination that the studio’s founder Chris Collaris described as looking “familiar yet strangely familiar”.
Sitting in contrast to its coastal surroundings, The Amagansett Beach House is clad almost entirely in blackened wood treated using the Shou Sugi Ban method.
Its living spaces are all angled to face a pool-courtyard area outside and finished with a warm material palette dominated by an exposed Douglas fir structure and white oak floors.