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Essence by Hames Sharley

Essence Apartments designed by Hames Sharley encapsulates a balance of vibrancy and intimacy for its residents through the design response that focuses on the end-user’s desires and comfort while still playing its role in its important local context. Photography by Douglas Mark Black.

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Jardim Guedala Apartment by Diego Revollo

Jardim Guedala Apartment by Diego Revollo. A classic-style apartment, almost 20 years old, is the new home of a young couple with two children who, having already hired the office for the previous residence, have returned this time for the renovation and decoration of this new 330 m2 property located in Jardim Guedala – Morumbi neighborhood – in São Paulo. Photography by Renato Navarro.

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AP TEREPINS by P|S Arquitetos

AP TEREPINS is a project designed by P|S Arquitetos. “Our first project in Lisbon, Portugal, was requested by a Brazilian family who spend only a few weeks a year in the country. With a pure and minimalist language, the project was conceived in an old building that went through a retrofit but respecting the original openings. Photography by Ricardo Oliveira Alves.

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Whittington Estate Apartment by Patalab Architecture

Whittington Estate Apartment is a project designed by Patalab Architecture. The sense of space, an enhanced connectivity and an understated material palette turns this sensitively refurbished small one-bedroom Whittington Estate Apartment into a spatial sanctuary and a carefully crafted place that feels much bigger than it physically is. Photography by Jan Piotrowicz

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Blue Scoop Haus by DIG Architects

Blue Scoop Haus is a project designed by DIG Architects. The intent of this design was to work within the context of the Indian cultural narrative with a new language of interpretation that allows for a dynamic, varied and yet enduring experience for the end user. Photography by Sebastian Zachariah.

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Apartament EJR by Schuchovski Arquitetura

The apartament EJR designed by Schuchovski Arquitetura brings the essence of the couple: minimalism and Brazilian design. Located in Curitiba, with a privileged view of the Japan Square, this 180m2 apartment was chosen by the couple to be their retreat home at the city where they were born after living in São Paulo. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.

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Kelly House by ANNA.CARIN DESIGN Studio

‘The Kelly House by ANNA.CARIN DESIGN Studio.’ Channelling Grace Kelly’s sophistication and class, this grand Double Bay freestanding house (originally two separate residences) draws on a minimal palette that allows the heritage detailing to shine. This is juxtaposed with a considered selection of furniture and the client’s collection of contemporary art. Photography by Justin Alexander.

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Northumberland Place by London Atelier

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.

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Apartment Belle Vie by GAO architects

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.

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Showcase Outside by Calli Arquitetura

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

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