The JD residence in Windsor designed by Adele Bates presents a joyful collaboration between the collector and the designers. The interiors were carefully crafted around the client’s playful collections, providing an elegant backdrop from which the art can flourish. Custom joinery, clean elegant lines and natural finishes add an element of warmth, while bespoke furniture pieces create a sense of place reflective of the client’s style and lifestyle. Photography by Philip Poyner.
The newly renovated by Anarchlab building is part of a set of constructions ordered to be built by the company Fábrica de Cerâmica das Devesas, in Porto, which functioned as a warehouse and showcase for the various products manufactured at the time by the same company. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Reabilitação de Edificio na Rua da Conceição no Porto do Atelier Anarchlab e fotografia de Arquitectura do fotógrafo Ivo Tavares Studio
The fusion of elements is one of the highlights of this project. In the dining room, Olivia Messa and Luciana Penna, from Messa Penna Arquitetura, created a moodboard to highlight the beauty of natural wood. The huge windows, in addition to illuminating the entire environment, bring green into the apartment. To compose the decor of this space, they chose Bertolucci’s Cine pendant, signed by Camila Sarpi. Photography by Júlia Ribeiro.
LU_House “the attic found” is a project designed by Claude Petarlin. The project involves the renovation of a 17th century building, creating an attic apartment on the top floor where there was an old forgotten attic.
Located in picturesque Pebble Beach, this vacation townhouse designed by Graham Baba Architects is for a couple who split their time between California, Washington, France, and Canada. The owners bought the house over twenty years ago but had done little to the residence since acquiring it. Outdated and poorly organized, the decision was to undertake a wholesale remodel, taking the house down to the studs and reworking how spaces are organized. Community association requirements meant the exterior character needed to be preserved, although a small interior courtyard was revised to better connect interior with exterior space. Photography by Aaron Leitz
Renovation integrates balcony, living room and kitchen in a 103 m² apartment Architect Danyela Corrêa signs the project that transformed the home of Adriana and Ubaldo Marques into an integrated and spacious place. Photography by Gustavo Awad.
King Loft is a project designed by Studio of Contemporary Architecture. Located in Toronto’s King West neighbourhood, SOCA was asked to redesign a two-level loft space for a young professional seeking to create two new bedrooms and an additional washroom from a previously open floor plan with no partition walls. The client sought greater functionality and flexibility to accommodate their evolving future needs while maintaining the spacious atmosphere of the open plan. Photography by Andrew Snow.