Oxyrest Villa, an architectural nymph residing in the rainforest, designed by Zhang Can and Li Wenting, can be perceived as a breathy specimen of oxygen hedonism. Zhang Can announces his intention to dislodge a promiscuous array of urbanism from this resort hotel and allow full rein to it to converse with the nature in a poetic way. Photography by Wang Ting.
Woloszczuk House is a project designed by Ralf Pflugfelder. This at the same time traditional and modern house situated close to the Richmond Park won the Build It Award 2019 for his successful combination of conventional building language of the surrounding houses with a highly efficient ecologic design concept. He reached to build an innovative and spacious home for a family, which offers from different angles of vision completely different appearance.
Chatfield House is a project designed by Altereco Design. A character-filled inter-war weatherboard cottage with a playful materials palette that draws from a workers cottage scheme. Native Australian hardwoods, zincalume wall cladding on the exterior and an internal palette that is paired back with an exposed concrete floor balanced with warming timbers and brass tones that will age with character through time. Photography by Jade Cantwell.
Cascade House by Patalab Architecture, an early 18th century Grade II listed building within the very heart of London’s Hampstead village, comprises existing retail premises over ground and first floors, with a new generous two-bedroom dwelling above. Spanning across four floors, parts of the dwelling are located in a new roof top extension that has been developed in close consultation with the local planning and conservation authorities. Photography by Lyndon Douglas.
The scope of the project designed by Nathan Fell Architecture included a porch addition, pool and cabana structure, for an existing home located in Old Metairie, LA. The clients wanted to reform their backyard space into a secluded refuge, where their entire family could take advantage of a previously underutilized backyard. Photography by Justin Cordova.
Colorful and practical decoration in a 180 m2 project for a young couple. The project, signed by architect Karen Pisacane, focused on colors, planned joinery and practical materials for the apartment in São Paulo. Photography by Thiago Travesso.
Essence Apartments designed by Hames Sharley encapsulates a balance of vibrancy and intimacy for its residents through the design response that focuses on the end-user’s desires and comfort while still playing its role in its important local context. Photography by Douglas Mark Black.
Big Sur Residence is a project designed by Richard Beard Architects. Invisible from the nearby Pacific Coast Highway, but open to views of ocean and landscape, this house is an exercise in restraint in its dramatic setting. Photography by Nick Johnson.