Crafers House is a project designed by Urban Habitats. “Our Crafers home takes you on a journey. Constructed with a mix of materials, you are welcomed with a rich, dark exterior and spaces within that are noticeably lighter and effortless. Our clients were attracted to this particular site in the Adelaide Hills – it has a very special feel to it.” Photography by Jane Cameron
B23 is a project designed by Architecture Discipline. If meaningful design is about the essence of things and eventually about reduction, this bungalow is a distinctive statement on a 2000 square yard block.
The colour white, the motivation to create a space of well-being for the people who inhabit it and the ability to work on invisible elements so that communication in the family flows imperceptibly are the three aspects at the origin of this interior design by Susanna Cots.
77 Residence is a project designed by SDH Studio Architects. New, modern residences are replacing older houses everywhere you look in South Florida. The sunny state is experiencing a wonderful transformation, especially in the eastern parts. New construction in the eastern neighborhoods of South Florida commands the highest prices.
The initial project for this apartment is from 2014, when the client was still married and the son was small. Last year, after divorce, the client asked for a makeover to better fit his new lifestyle. Thus, the 300-meter apartment, located in one of the most popular condominiums in Salvador, underwent a reformulation by Gabriel Magalhães that made it more integrated.
Leytonstone House is a project designed by Bradley Van Der Straeten. A refurbishment and extension of a family home in Leytonstone. The existing long narrow kitchen has been radically transformed by partially extending out to the side to create a new dining space and widen views onto the garden. A rich palette of colour and materials have been used throughout the home that include a yellow lounge, a terrazzo showroom and a family bathroom with palm print wallpaper. Photography by Bradley Van Der Straeten.
Aranya designed by Openideas is a project driven by being close to nature, not in her refined, cultured form but more as an organic presence. The ultimate objective was to create a structure that would age gracefully and subsequently become a part of the landscape. Photography by Fabien Charuau.
Beginning with an outdated 1962 split-level beachfront house, the challenge for this remodel involved the transformation and recycling of the original 1960s split-level house into a home that’s connected to its location. “The rural, agrarian structures of Lopez Island served as inspiration for the design,” notes Jim Graham. “We wanted to create something that meshed with the landscape, and that felt like a cabin.” Photography: Benjamin Benschneider.
This apartment designed for a couple who lives alone, was actually designed for the whole family. Parents of four adult daughters, the owners’ request for the architect is that all social areas be integrated and wide so that the whole family could interact during lunches and festive moments. A large sofa, a dining table with several seats, and a space for day-to-day meals, this was the wish of the clients who were executed on the project by the architect Érica Salguero.