The design focus for this North London Victorian terrace home design project designed by Charles Tashima Architecture was the refurbishment and reconfiguration of the ground floor together with additional space of a new side-return. Photography by Oliver Perrott.
Slim Studio’s is a project designed by MATA Architects. Conversion of a 3 storey single family dwelling located above a cafe to 3 studio flats. The building was also extended at first and third floors. Photography by Ollie Hammick
Thunderbird Heights Residence is a project designed by Stuart Silk Architects and is located in Rancho Mirage, California. Originally built in the 1960s, the challenge for this project was how to update a mid-century modern house without sacrificing its charm. Situated on a 1.3-acre site perched on a plateau above Coachella Valley, the rugged, inhospitable Santa Rosa Mountains rise immediately from the back yard; bighorn sheep can often be seen wandering on the rocks above. The 6,357-square-foot house sits roughly in the middle of the property; entry is off the driveway and through a private courtyard. Photography by David Papazian
C Apartment is a project designed by Maya Sheinberger Interior Design. 120 square meter apartment in the heart of the northern neighborhood of Tel Aviv. The apartment was designed and customized to the requirements of the clients before the beginning of construction. Photography by Itay Benit
This 1930s weatherboard house was altered and extended by Jos Tan Architects to incorporate a new open living, kitchen, and dining area, plus a new bathroom in the southwest corner. The old bathroom was converted to an ensuite, while the former kitchen was turned into a study. A short hallway links the extension to the bedrooms and entry in front, and lets natural light into the core of the house. Photography by Anthony Richardson and Hilary Walker
Railway Residence is a project designed by Cushing Terrell. Nestled on 4.5 acres in the eastern outskirts of Whitefish, Montana, the Railway residence is located at the nexus of three defining features: the Whitefish Range to the north; Great Northern Mountain, bookended by the Swan Range and Saddleback Mountain to the east; and connecting the two, the Great Northern Railroad. Photography by Gibeon Photography.
This apartment designed by Jonathan Clark Architects is a Grade 2 listed former ballroom. The ceilings are 4.7 metres high allowing space for a mezzanine down one side. Total area is 180sq.m.
There are two staircases – one at the end of the space, the other leading directly into the master bedroom with a ‘secret’ door panel next to the panels hiding a work-station to the right of the kitchen area. Photography by Jan Baldwin.