La Caseta is a project designed by Alberto Facundo Arquitectura. The enclave is the starting point for this project, where the aim is to promote a traditional lifestyle of mediterranean area. This is the origin of the country house, understood as a meeting point, space for disconnection and relaxation; intimately linked to its natural environment, the Valencian orchard. Photography by German Cabo.
Casa Protegida is a project designed by Alberto Facundo Arquitectura. The protected house that returns to its origins. Located in a quiet neighborhood in Valencia, this house combines tradition and modernity in the same space. Photography by German Cabo
The house designed by dp Arquitectos is located on the perimeter of an allotment, overlooking the countryside. It is organized with service area on the North side, social area in the center, and a bedroom area on the other end, all facing the generous patio with swimming pool. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
The design of this urban house designed by Alter & Company reinvigorates a 1960’s detached house situated in the hidden corner of an otherwise forgotten street. Inspired by Sri Lanka style architecture where the very essence of making architecture is about balancing building and landscape – living more in nature.
Argyll House is a project designed by Patalab Architecture. Extensive refurbishment and remodelling of this five storey, 150 year old town house situated in the heart of Kensington Conservation Area, included the construction of new lower ground floor extensions to both the front and rear as well as the erection of a new roof structure to provide additional space for a young growing family. Photography by Lyndon Douglas.
Erskineville House is a project designed by Kreis Grennan Architecture. After careful examination and trepidation, the existing dilapidated weatherboard cottage, was replaced to make way for a new four-bedroom home. Photography by Douglas Frost
The contemporary 2-storey dwelling designed by Sérgio Miguel Godinho is defined by white chromatic planes, which intersect with glass planes, and with black stone elements on the lower floor, whose black chromatic will contaminate the interior of the house. Photography by Claudio Parada Nunes.
Neil Dusheiko Architects has recently completed the striking transformation of a Victorian semi-detached house in South Cambridge. The result is a meticulously designed extension, enveloping the existing house and marked out by a series of skylights creating an abundance of natural light inside the home. Photography by Edmund Sumner
Double Cube House by Carlos Zwick Architekten BDA. In the mansion quarter, “Alte Zehlendorfer Villenkolonie” in Kleinmachnow, on the edge of a wild nature reserve, there are two residential cubes, pushed into each other, merged into one unit. Like a ribbon, horizontal larch wood panels stretch across the two upper floors, providing visual cohesion. Photography by Tomek Kwiatosz.