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Penthouse in Moscow by Ivan Kachalov

Architect Ivan Kachalov designed a penthouse with an outdoor terrace, a winter garden and a wood burning fireplace in a prestigious new house in the Khamovniki district. The apartment is located on the top floor of a residential complex and has a huge advantage – an exploited roof hovering over the city. The result was a status interior with a view of the iconic Moscow architecture, luxurious and functional.

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Attic apartment in a tenement house from 1911 in Cracow

The project designed by Loft Kolasiński included the interior design of an attic in a tenement house from 1911. The apartment was created after a comprehensive renovation of a unique Art Nouveau building built by Dawid Gronner in the years 1910-1911 in Cracow. Photography by Joel Hauck.

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Duplex at the golf course by Manuel García Asociados

Duplex at the golf course is a project designed by Manuel García Asociados. The apartment, divided into two floors, is crowning a residential building ubicated right next to the golf course’s green thanks to which it has a privileged location and views. The base floor, almost diaphanous, includes the day zone and toilet which thanks to two facades offers spacious, communicated and bright spaces. The upper floor, more fragmented, creates the night zone with three bedrooms with their bathrooms. In general, its interior design has sought to organize spaces, simplify their forms, materials and encounters and this way make the living in the apartment easier. Photography by Diego Opazo.

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46H by baukultur/ca

baukultur/ca reinvents a 1905 Beach house as a sustainable light-filled modern home complementing the neighbourhood. Toronto-based development company baukultur/ca just recently completed the transformation of a 110-year-old house into a contemporary, highly sustainable home and, even though strictly modern, its exterior complements the traditional Beaches neighbourhood. Photography by Alex Lukey.

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P26 Apartment by Balbek Bureau

P26 apartment designed by Balbek Bureau is a former equipment room converted into a living area. The space benefited from a high ceiling, up to 6m in places, however it had some disadvantages as well, such as a sloping ceiling that complicated the design implementation. Photo credits: Andrey Bezuglov

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Reconstruction by 3+1architekti

From the unused land of a large farmhouse located in a small suburban village, 3+1architekti created an airy living space. The architects were trying to keep as many original elements as possible. The attic now also illuminates new windows.

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Penthouse g by JUMA architects

This new penthouse was realized on the roof of an existing apartment building overlooking the 3 towers of Ghent. JUMA positioned the window sections precisely so as to frame the view onto the towers, and bring them fully to the fore. Photography by Annick Vernimmen.

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Penthouse S by destilat

Penthouse S is a project designed by destilat. A building task within a complex architectural structure: pigeons once perched on the balcony of what is now a luxurious penthouse with a view of Linz’s historical old town. In planning the two-story loft, greatestcare was given to setting generous lines of sight. Selective views and vistas bring a sense of vastness to the space.

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SF Folsom by Thomas Building Group

Thomas Building Group have recently completed a new project in San Francisco, CA. A unique project, the property was in the backyard of the home, which gave us some new challenges and exciting options. Vertical siding added to the overall height and varied level structure of the home. The project has an open floor plan with incredible views of San Francisco.

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Penthouse O by JUMA architects

This new penthouse was bought on plan from a project developer. The client came to JUMA for the entire redesign of the proposed interior. The complete new layout also had implications for the outside facades. As such, JUMA also determined part of the outside architecture.

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