Northumberland Place is a project designed by London Atelier. This house is part of a collection of townhouses that lie within the Westbourne Conservation Area. The four-storey building, which includes a lower ground floor, was constructed between 1850-1855. A single extension was added to the rear in the 1950s. Photography by London Atelier.
Bay Tropical Residence is a project designed by SDH Studio Architecture + Design. Nestled on a lush corner lot in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida this home was designed for a family that enjoys outdoor living and the intimacy of family life, but at the same time loves to entertain. Photography by Libertad Rodriguez.
Kensington is a project designed by Stamos Yeoh Architects. A grade II listed building within the Kensington Square Conservation Area, this commercial office was converted into a single family home. A new basement extension was created to house a sauna, wine store and gym, all accessed via a unique all-glass cantilevered staircase. The house itself is a tasteful blend between period features & new interventions. Photography by Marek Sikora
Apartment Belle Vie is a project designed by GAO architects. “When designing the Belle Vie Apartment, we drew inspiration from the dynamic lifestyle and sophisticated taste of our clients – a young, modern family. The apartment is divided into a main living area, multiple bedrooms and a bathroom.” Photography by Miran Kambič.
Hidden Hills Retreat is a project designed by Condon Scott Architects. A rugged backdrop of kanuka forms a striking contrast with this contemporary home, located at the base of Wanaka’s Mount Iron. Photography by Simon Larkin.
The Collector’s Home is a project designed by Loader Monteith in 2018 and is located in Glasgow, United Kingdom. The internal reconfiguration of a property in Glasgow to make a family kitchen and garden room. Photography by Gillian Hayes.
Showcase Outside is a project designed by Calli Arquitetura shows that it is possible to have a comfortable and charming corner to relax indoors. The need for social isolation drove everyone into the home. The street doors closed, but a universe of possibilities opened up that many people had not even realized. Rest spaces, such as balconies and backyards, have gained prominence in this whole story. After all, it was necessary to find a corner to relax, work, stay in the sun or have contact with nature. These rooms made the home sweeter during the quarantine. Photography by Fernando Willadino
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.