Casa Blasco Ibáñez is a project designed by Mas Millet Arquitectos. The property is located on the first floor of a building built in the 70s on Av. Blasco Ibañez of Valencia. The house was found to be very compartmentalized, so to meet the requirements of the property, which was a modern, functional and clean-looking house, all the partitioning had to be removed, leaving only the facades and dividing walls. Photography by Silvia García Alonso.
With sober colors and sophisticated furniture, this apartment designed by Norah Carneiro is located in an upscale neighborhood of São Paulo, was designed by the office of interior designer Norah Carneiro. In the midst of a fully integrated and functional concept, the project’s lines and textures create a cozy and youthful decor, fully reflected in the resident’s identity. Photography by Mariana Orsi.
Hafer Road is a project designed by Mark Fairhurst Architects. Located in the London Borough of Wandsworth close to Clapham Common and Lavender Hill, 4-8 Hafer Road. It is a cooperative housing development replacing 8 existing flats on a former bomb damaged site with 4 maisonettes and a further 12 residential units. Photography by Morley Von Sternberg.
Stratford Creek Rambler is a project designed by Matt Garcia Design. This is a 500sf addition to the firm’s first major commission. Surrounded in nature, the Rambler provides the owners with a little more room to spread out and a space to disconnect and unwind. Taking advantage of the steep site, the addition is set a full level below the house, providing a strong connection with the active creek below. Photography by Casey Dunn.
Dartmouth Park by Pardon Chambers Architects is a whole house refurbishment in a conservation area in North London. Along with an extended kitchen dining living space at the garden level, a new, whole floor, master suite was created at the first floor with remodelled additional bedrooms and bathrooms on the top floor. Photography by Caroline Mardon.
The aspirations of this project designed by JBA Collective was to envision a one of a kind home, embracing minimalism and contemporary design culture, while respecting historic urban context and structure. Our design for this Upper East Side townhome did just that through a consistent interweaving of materiality, program, light and nature. The resulting home contains four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an art gallery, entertainment spaces, private living and dining spaces, interior and exterior gardens, gym, and library. Photography by Katie Schuering, Sean Litchfield.
The KC Apartment by Gabriela Casagrande Arquitetura was designed for two sisters, offering a warm and sophisticated space for everyday life. In addition to two suites for the residents, the apartment offers one more suite for their parents, an intimate living room, a living and dining room, office, kitchen and service area. The clients’ style was implemented all throughout the design, providing the project with elegance and a touch of romanticism; while simultaneously combined with the architect’s style – contemporary and clean. Photography by Denilson Machado.
Bloco Habitacional I is a project designed by Carolina Freitas Arquitectura. In a residential area (surrounded by urban developments, subdivisions and plots to be built) the project grew (also depending on the subdivision where it is located) from the natural limits of the plot; these, by themselves, challenge the orientation of the surrounding urban context, creating an exception on the urban alignment. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Edificio Multifamiliar Lapa em Alvergaria da Arquitecta Carolina Freitas e fotografia de Ivo Tavares Studio
BC1 Apartment is a project designed by ARTCH is located in Punta Cancún, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mexican Caribbean. It was born as a new and totally personalized social space with large areas to interact in groups, or in a more intimate way, but always in a cozy atmosphere where luxury is all you feel. Photography by Oscar Hernández.