Yeronga House is a project designed by Lisa Breeze Architect. What a treat! A blank canvas to create a new family home. On this slim vacant block, perched on a Brisbane ridgeline, we were engaged to design a comfortable and homely abode with the challenge set to capture the views, traverse the sloped terrain and filter the bright sunlight. Photography by Cathy Schusler
This 70 m² property designed by Fadul Copello is located in Rio de Janeiro and belongs to a young single who dreamed of warmth, integration and good lighting for his first guest. “We opted for an integrated plan that could create privacy when needed – hence the creative woodwork,” explain the architects at Fadul Copello.
Catalan Farmhouse is a project designed by Ana Engelhorn Interior Design Ltd. Talk about a house with history. This farmhouse comprises two towers dating back to the 16th century and the main house added in the 17th century. Fun fact: the towers once served as watchtowers for a nearby castle to look out for pirates coming in from the sea. Photography by Hector Jensen Pie.
Subiaco House designed by Robeson Architects is an inner-city retreat for a couple who travel often and plan to stay-put in this leafy suburb for a good while. With three split ground-floor levels falling with the contours of the site, this courtyard home centres around pulling in the northern light and capturing view of the stunning nearby trees. Photography by Dion Robeson
This apartment designed by Giuliano Marchiorato Arquitetos have everything you can ask for in the middle of the city: lots of sunlight, an incredible view to the greenery of Barigui Park – the biggest park of Curitiba – in one side, and a lovely urban view to one of the main avenues of the city in the other. A completely blank duplex plan, in the 24th floor, just waiting for the new inhabitants. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.