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Horizon Villa

Horizon Villa is a project designed by SAOTA and interior by ARRCC. Overlooking the Atlantic Seaboard in Bantry Bay, Horizon Villa boasts the perfect balance between luxury and comfort. The property had an existing house, which totally under-utilized the site’s fantastic characteristics. Photography by Adam Letch.

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B Residence by Tonic Design

Reflecting it’s Gordon Park locality, ‘B Residence’ designed by Tonic Design involved additions and alterations to an existing Queenslander home with a timeless contemporary finish. The clients’ brief was to create a home which maintained the integrity of the original structure with relaxed, modern functionality. This timeless design responds to the subtropical climate of Brisbane by elevating spaces and re-instating existing elements with new additions, uplifting the traditional Queenslander character architype. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones.

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House in Costa Brava by Dom Arquitectura

House in Costa Brava is a project designed by Dom Arquitectura. The south-facing plot is located in Montrás, with a slight slope towards the bottom of the site. The house is placed in the upper part of the land leaving most of the space at the front, where the pool and outdoor spaces are located. The main idea was to connect the interior spaces of the house with the outside, open the rooms to the garden and visually communicate the interior with the surrounding nature. Photography by Jordi Anguera.

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VILLA R by Gregoire Maisondieu

VILLA R is a project designed by Gregoire Maisondieu in 2018, covers an area of 900m2 and is located in Morocco. Photography by Alexandre Chaplier.

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ISS Apartment by Atelier PECLAT+CHOW

The client, a single 40 years-old Greek who’s deeply involved in the artsy world, has lived in Brazil for almost 8 years and requested the Atelier PECLAT+CHOW to completely renovate a 1960’s apartment located in the trendy neighborhood of Jardins, in São Paulo. The apartment hasn’t been restored in over 50 years, in that way we proposed a completely different layout. Photography by Luiza Maraschin

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Applegarth Road by Sam Tisdall Architects LLP

Applegarth Road is a project designed by Sam Tisdall Architects LLP to re-organise and extend the bottom floor of a victorian House in West London. Photography by Richard Chivers

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YUNO by ARQMOV WORKSHOP

YUNO is a project designed by ARQMOV WORKSHOP. Re-densification of different parts of Mexico City has had a significant impact on the construction sector and related project planning. Beautification of streets, avenues, roads, the entire public areas, the addition of green areas, and the creation of more liveable urban areas have been instituted to provide enhanced public spaces to positively impact the health of the city’s residents. Photography by Rafael Gamo

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Hoxton House by Bradley Van Der Straeten

This Hoxton terrace house received a colourful, full interior refurbishment by Bradley Van Der Straeten. For a client who is a Barbican enthusiast, the palette was able to be strong and eclectic. Beautiful existing features of the building were celebrated, like the exposed steel beams and the old basketball court floors. Photography by French + Tye.

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Apartment by FadulCopello Arquitetura

This apartment is a project designed by FadulCopello Arquitetura. “The inspiration was to provide a dynamic interaction with the family. So the use of the integrated kitchen, the multifunctional buds sofa that would serve the whole room. We integrated the living room with the kitchen and used woodworking solutions to camouflage a considerable part of the beams that surrounded the room.”

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Lakeside Residence by Graham Baba Architects

Lakeside Residence is a project designed by Graham Baba Architects. Originally built as a modest beachfront cabin in the 1960s, and subsequently modified through a series of piecemeal renovations, by the time our client acquired the house its design integrity had long ceased to exist. The forested property, however, was ideally suited to the creation of a quiet refuge with direct connections to nature. Photography by Kevin Scott.

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