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Flat Forma by Messa Penna Architecture

In a concept of open architecture and integration, the brazilian architects Olivia Messa and Luciana Penna, from Messa Penna Arquitetura, developed a layout that defines the spaces integrating the living room, dining room, kitchen, balcony and bedroom areas. Designed by the architects, the freijó headboard was made by Orth Marcenaria. The tables, armchair, lamp, bench, sofa and coffee table are from Lider Interiores. The curtains was made from Empório das Cortinas. Photography by Marco Antonio

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REGENCY_VILLA by Cox Architects

REGENCY_VILLA is a project designed by Cox Architects. Finding space for an elegant new staircase unlocked the potential of this run-down Regency Villa in London’s Kensington district. Photography by Matt Clayton.

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Sisan Hupao 1934

An Ethereal Haven with a Restful Atmosphere for Guests to Bask in the Natural Environment in Hangzhou, China.

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Private dwelling house by CHADO Architectural studio

Private dwelling house is a project designed by CHADO Architectural studio. A house for a family of four people uses the idea of a contrast between a monumental “shell” – and a transparent, filled with light and air “inside”. Squat forms of reinforced concrete are coated with bricks and stones, and panoramic glazing opens a view to the interior, which becomes a full-fledged element of the architecture. The symmetry of the building is dynamically emphasized by the pipe of a two-sided fireplace, which runs straight through the center of the facade.

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Greentown by Qiran Design Group

Greentown is a project designed by Qiran Design Group. The project is a show flat of an upscale residential development named Greentown · Magnificent Residence in Hangzhou, China. Drawing on the fascinating scenery and profound culture of the city and adjoining a 300,000 square-meter urban complex, the development boasts a prosperous surrounding environment and a serene interior atmosphere. Photography by Ye Song.

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HÜGA by Grandio

HÜGA, designed by Grandio is a tiny, precast concrete relocatable house on the ambitious mission to provide a cozy, comfortable, and indestructible home that is affordable for everyone in the world. Photography by Gonzalo Viramonte.

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MidCentury Reimagined by McCulley Design Lab

McCulley Design Lab is based in San Diego and they’ve recently finished a down-to-the-studs renovation of this post-and-beam in Solana Beach. The new home invites its native Torrey pines into view from every room, including the master bathroom, while other changes bring this midcentury home back to its architectural roots, such as the stunning new pool area.

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Owl Creek Ski House by Skylab

Owl Creek Ski House is a project designed by Skylab. Perched on the hillside, with panoramic views of Snowmass Mountain, the Owl Creek residence was built on the idea that a physical place can deepen the connections between friends, families and the natural world. Photography by Robert Reck, Stephen Miller, Jeremy Bittermann.

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Apartment by Gabriela Prado

For the first time living alone, the owner of this apartiment in Moema, São PAulo, found himself facing the 70m² plant and felt that he needed help to transform the property into a home. “ He had no affiniy for reform and he counted on our support to desogn , budget anda manage”says architect Gabriela Prado, who signs the interiors. “Everything was developed online because of the pandemic”, says. Photography by Fernando Crescenti.

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St.Francis by Shean Architects

St.Francis is a project designed by Shean Architects. A courtyard weaving together two simple volumes allows an elegant simplicity to permeate throughout this light filled modern infill home. Natural light becomes material as spaces open up onto the courtyard, intermingling views to each other, and allowing the changing light to animate and warm the walls of the interiors. Photography by Peter Fritz.

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