Apartment in “Mishkenot Ha’uma” in Jerusalem – ” The Continued Dialogue ” by Studio Erez Hyatt. When we got the apartment in Jerusalem, it was small and neglected, and in addition to its 75 square meter size, it came with a diagonal wall. Our goal was to make it beautiful – and the first step was to create a public space with straight and parallel lines, So at the beginning of the renovation, the diagonal wall was straightened, and the island was relocated.
Led by architect and co-founder Ryan Young, design-build firm Interstruct, Inc. is investing in the design-tuned growth of Orlando’s Hourglass District. Francis Park Townhomes moves the needle in the neighborhood by bringing something different: progressive townhomes that evoke emotions. Its second phase is currently underway. Photography by Chad Baumer.
Redhead Alterations is a project designed by Bourne Blue Architecture. This project at the coastal village of Redhead (near Newcastle, NSW Australia) was on a large suburban block, that runs East to West, gently sloping to the rear. A small seventies project home existed on the site, orientated North – South, with poor environmental performance and minimal connection to the substantial yard. Towards the rear of the yard in the North-East corner are two large Norfolk Island pine trees.
Berry home is a project designed by Modscape. Protective walls envelope this stunning modular home in Berry, NSW to create a private hideaway for the Melbourne-based clients.. Photo courtesy of Modscape.
A century old home by early twentieth century architect Hamilton Townsend in Toronto’s characteristic Rosedale neighbourhood. In 2016, it was revived by architect William Dewson, who has done comparable work to Townsend’s Rosedale homes for over a decade.