ONE-CU created a model villa for “THE LANDSCAPE MANSION” — a residential property developed by Poly South China, which is located in Sihui, Zhaoqing, China. “Si” and “hui” in Chinese respectively mean “four” and “convergence”, the city was named so because four rivers converge in it. With a history of thousands of years and rapid development driven by surrounding prosperous cities including Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Zhuhai, Sihui has become an integration of the old and new and enjoys a supremely livable environment.
Casa Cabo designed by Dellekamp + Schleich is a refuge that invites those who inhabit it to experience the particular conditions of its environment, characterized by an arid nature of high temperatures, peculiar endemic vegetation and dry winds. Photography by Sandra Pereznieto
Architect Ivan Kachalov designed a penthouse with an outdoor terrace, a winter garden and a wood burning fireplace in a prestigious new house in the Khamovniki district. The apartment is located on the top floor of a residential complex and has a huge advantage – an exploited roof hovering over the city. The result was a status interior with a view of the iconic Moscow architecture, luxurious and functional.
A Brockley Side is a project designed by CAN. A rear side extension opens the back of this Victorian terrace house to it’s garden. A new glazed roof brings light deep into the plan. The floor throughout the rear of the house was lowered to provide additional head height and a consistent level with the new patio. The large pivot door allows unobstructed views of the garden, visually extending the space. Photography by Jim Stephenson
Brockley Home by CAN. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2019