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.
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.
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.
Molo is an example of a modular sofa in its purest form. Its orthogonal geometry is based on a reticular modular design, which means it can be easily adapted to suit any situation and optimise the space in which it sits.
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.
Lilyfield House is a spatial assembly of internal and external rooms and volumes, opening to the light and rising to the district outlook. The rooms and platforms of the house pivot around the central atrium, connecting to garden terraces and opening a conceptual and personal dialogue through the levels. Photography by Robert Gray, John Gollings, studio203.
Mountain Wood is a project designed by Walker Warner Architects and is located in Woodside, California. The organizing concept for this project began as an exploration of separate buildings arranged to create a variety of complementary indoor and outdoor living experiences. Photography by Matthew Millman.
This generous villa designed by i29 is made for a family of four, allowing for all different spaces to be connected on one level. A sustainable and spacious home that blurs the lines between interior and exterior space. In the center of the living area, a lush green patio is placed and floor to ceiling sliding doors give open views to the surrounding garden or swimming pool. All cabinetry, kitchens and furniture are custom designed and made to measure following the architectural layout. All to bring the architecture and interior design in complete synergy. Photography by i29 / Ewout Huibers
Golgota is a project designed by Floret Arquitectura. The “Caminhos do Romântico” territory in the city of Porto (Portugal) has unique characteristics, mixing bourgeois houses with popular housing, interspersing gardens full of camel trees and other exotic species and with backyards but also several examples of industrial archeology. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
(projeto) em (local) do atelier de arquitetura (arquiteto) com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio
T.K. Chu projects a note of duality and his thinking of traditional Chinese philosophies into this modern oasis. Suzhou is the cradle of Coupling Garden, whom preserves the legacy of the dual qualities of Suzhou: modernity and tradition. Embedded on a secluded retreat, enclosed by tranquil nature, equipped with a verdant backyard, the residence is a classic microcosm of Suzhou Gardens. The residence is in the proximity of a courtyard named ‘Ŏu Yuán (耦园)’ (Couple’s Retreat Garden; Ŏu Yuán) which is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Photography courtesy of Wang Ting.