The owners of this 70-square-meters studio apartment wished to create an modern getaway for themselves in the historic Neve Tzedek neighborhood in Tel Aviv. The architect Raz Melamed was chosen for the project. Melamed had previous experience with refurbishing and modernizing historic properties in the neighboring ancient city of Jaffa, but the project in Neve Tzedek presented a whole new set of challenges. However, within a few months of hard labored work alongside creative engineer BukiSnir and contractor Elad Cohen, Melamed succeeded in revealing the property’s hidden promise and giving it new life. Photography by Amit Geron.
Cooks Hill Alterations is a project designed by Bourne Blue Architecture. The site for this project was long and narrow, running roughly East-West in an inner city Heritage Conservation area of Newcastle, NSW. The site has an area of 509.6m², and was occupied by a 2-storey face brick and tile faux heritage dwelling fronting the street.
The Mid-Mod Eichler Addition Remodel is a single-family house is a project designed by Klopf Architecture and is located in San Mateo. This 2,285 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house is located in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Photography by Mariko Reed.
Alice in wonderland is a project designed by Korneev Design. Photography. “The owner wanted to get an apartment, divided into two areas: personal, which would place a bedroom with a desk and a guest – with space for a large number of guests. Korneev Design Workshop task was to make maximum use of natural materials to create a sense of a country house or a villa in Bali, not an apartment in the center of the metropolis.”
Brunswick is a project designed by Modscape. Peeking above a brick wall in Brunswick sits a modular housing extension that creates a powerful contrast from the existing architecture. Photo courtesy of Modscape.