The house designed by COVO Interiores, built in the 1940s, when Grandfather Martinho returned from Brazil, received a new family, the new owner is an interior designer who returns from the city to his small village TOURO, situated in the interior of Portugal. Located at 800 meters of altitude, the village has a thousand residents. In the village, in a small alley, is the house of Grandfather Martinho, 2 adjoining buildings with an annex, built in stone.
Mies X King George is a project designed by CAN. A re-imagined Georgian glasshouse re-connects a Listed townhouse to it’s garden. The chamfered glazed enclosure is hung from a black steel frame which serves as structure and ornament. Photography by Jim Stephenson.
Highbury Place by CAN. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2018
Holland Park House by Architecture for London in collaboration with Liddicoat & Goldhill. This house lies on a mid-century modern estate in Holland Park by celebrated architects Maxwell Fry and Jane Drew. Built in 1966, the estate features red brick terraces with integrated garages and generous communal gardens. Photography by Ben Sage.
A Folding Residence is a project designed by GE Design. “We might don’t know whether the parallel world exists or not, but if it does exist, we’re not sure it is completely parallel to our world, or it is mirrored or rotated. The Netflix TV series Stranger Things, and the film Inception which came out strikingly many years ago, gave us some new perspective to realize and explore the world and provided us with diverse inspiration. Photography by Ha Da
“The project is a small but very elegant block of floor apartments, developed by Korana Developments Ltd and HSC Architects. It is located in the south of limassol with views towards the coast line. The architectural concept of open plan living dining and kitchen areas, employe a highly transparent glass facade which facilitates “al fresco” living.
The Canterbury Studio designed by McGann Architects is located at the rear of a family home in Middle Park, Melbourne. Built as an addition to the existing garage on ground level, the proposed studio consists of a guest bedroom with bathroom on the ground floor, and an open studio/entertainment area with a full kitchen on the first floor. A native garden and pool area separate the family home from the rear studio.
Oak Hill Modern #2 is the second in a series of modern home ranch conversions designed and built by rootARCH, The first in the series was a private residence for the Architect located close by on a neighboring block. Photography by Garret Buell
The loft designed by petrjanda/brainwork is situated on the 8th floor of a former Baťa shoe factory building in Zlín, overlooking the green heart of the town. Its design aims to integrate the town’s image into the space of the apartment. Photography by BoysPlayNice