The KC Apartment by Gabriela Casagrande Arquitetura was designed for two sisters, offering a warm and sophisticated space for everyday life. In addition to two suites for the residents, the apartment offers one more suite for their parents, an intimate living room, a living and dining room, office, kitchen and service area. The clients’ style was implemented all throughout the design, providing the project with elegance and a touch of romanticism; while simultaneously combined with the architect’s style – contemporary and clean. Photography by Denilson Machado.
The Young couple, that formerly had asked TN Architectura Team to make their first apartment, decided that was time to move into a house, ensuring more space and comfort for the whole family. For this reason, once again, the couple searched the Office, to develop a house with a lot of personality and joviality, integrated and functional.
Right at the entrance, it was created a sheared panel setting a corridor that prepares yourself to the living, all integrated, with predominance of gray, but with occasional touches of colors, like the blue at the buffet, made exclusively for the clients, and the pink of the artwork that highlights with the floral arrangements. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
Amagansett 5 is a project designed by Kevin O’Sullivan + Associates – KOSA. Crisp + clean Hamptons retreat with indoor and outdoor living front and center. Enter through the 4′ wide mahogany pivot door into the double-height entry space where the exterior Indiana limestone wall carries through. Turn to the 12′ high living room with walls of glass facing twin courtyards on each side, one with sliding doors that open fully to the oversized swimming pool with the guest wing to one side and the outdoor kitchen on the other. Photography by Read McKendree.
As nature seeps through a crack of a stone, or as from a wound of one’s heart blooms a new, unforeseen joy and peace, a nameless empty room becomes a sanctuary, a small universe, where one’s soul can truly rest. Located near Scarborough Bluffs, the panoramic horizon of Lake Ontario, Out(side)In House designed by Atelier RZLBD offers a void that leads the inhabitants to see the inner horizon, suggesting life in its deeper meaning. Photography by Borzu Talaie.
Pemberton Place is a project designed by Matt Garcia Design. With unparalled views of the every-changing austin skyline, the pemberton place residence is nestled between large heritage oak trees on a rare, one-acre lot in west austin. Pushed back from the street along the edge of a bluff, this modern treehouse slips thru the trees to capture spectacular views across pease district park to the state capitol and downtown. Photography by Casey Dunn.
Apartamento LL is a project designed by Studiocolnaghi. Among the main qualities of this apartment, it’s possible to recognise that its double ceiling height is one of the most interesting. This project was developed to a couple and their son, seeing a future perspective of a son’s apartment. So, the master bedroom was designed for the son, using a dark wood, a little bit of colour (blue and green) and leather details. At the closet, the ideia was to create a solution which the client could use without the sensation of a small space. So, the open wardrobe system was an interesting solution in this case. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.
Iong House is a project designed by TN ARQUITETURA. It is in the convergence between ancient tradition and current technology that Japanese architecture is found, where tradition composes the ambient with the permanence of the oldest habits and customs and the technology presented in a minimalist way, enhancing the surroundings. photography by Eduardo Macarios.
Apartamento Promenade is a project designed by Pedro Haruf Arquiteto. This project meant a complete makeover of a standard apartment in a residential hotel, which turned it into an urban getaway filled with personality. Photography by Dentro Fotografia.
In the Step Down house designed by Bijl Architecture, the original 1910 front rooms and architectural details of timber fretwork, cedar shingles and stained glass have been revived, while a poorly built 1970s lean-to rear addition was removed. Our design strategy brought the new addition right down to the rear garden level, creating the opportunity for an airy pavilion of wide openings, high ceilings and flexible space. Photography by Peter Bennetts.
Loft Chartier designed by Studiocolnaghi is a small well-located apartment. It is designed to host a young couple during weekends, so its main purporse is to be as practical as beautiful. The apartment itself has some qualities, like a corner window and a concrete slab. So, those were importante tools to compose the interior design. In order to contrast to the brutalist aspect of the apartament, we design a wood ceilling in the main entrance. So, this element also appear as a wall pannel which hides a door. The wood floor is a tool to create the impression of a bigger space, as we have the same material on the wall and parto of the ceilling. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.