Pemberton Place is a project designed by Matt Garcia Design. With unparalled views of the every-changing austin skyline, the pemberton place residence is nestled between large heritage oak trees on a rare, one-acre lot in west austin. Pushed back from the street along the edge of a bluff, this modern treehouse slips thru the trees to capture spectacular views across pease district park to the state capitol and downtown. Photography by Casey Dunn.
Apartamento LL is a project designed by Studiocolnaghi. Among the main qualities of this apartment, it’s possible to recognise that its double ceiling height is one of the most interesting. This project was developed to a couple and their son, seeing a future perspective of a son’s apartment. So, the master bedroom was designed for the son, using a dark wood, a little bit of colour (blue and green) and leather details. At the closet, the ideia was to create a solution which the client could use without the sensation of a small space. So, the open wardrobe system was an interesting solution in this case. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.
Iong House is a project designed by TN ARQUITETURA. It is in the convergence between ancient tradition and current technology that Japanese architecture is found, where tradition composes the ambient with the permanence of the oldest habits and customs and the technology presented in a minimalist way, enhancing the surroundings. photography by Eduardo Macarios.
Apartamento Promenade is a project designed by Pedro Haruf Arquiteto. This project meant a complete makeover of a standard apartment in a residential hotel, which turned it into an urban getaway filled with personality. Photography by Dentro Fotografia.
In the Step Down house designed by Bijl Architecture, the original 1910 front rooms and architectural details of timber fretwork, cedar shingles and stained glass have been revived, while a poorly built 1970s lean-to rear addition was removed. Our design strategy brought the new addition right down to the rear garden level, creating the opportunity for an airy pavilion of wide openings, high ceilings and flexible space. Photography by Peter Bennetts.
Loft Chartier designed by Studiocolnaghi is a small well-located apartment. It is designed to host a young couple during weekends, so its main purporse is to be as practical as beautiful. The apartment itself has some qualities, like a corner window and a concrete slab. So, those were importante tools to compose the interior design. In order to contrast to the brutalist aspect of the apartament, we design a wood ceilling in the main entrance. So, this element also appear as a wall pannel which hides a door. The wood floor is a tool to create the impression of a bigger space, as we have the same material on the wall and parto of the ceilling. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.
The Baboolal residence designed by Arielle Schechter, Architect, PLLC is a net zero house is for a multicultural family of four. The husband is Indian originally from South Africa and the wife is American. They are both in high stress professions: he is a pediatric anesthesiologist and she is a pediatric nurse. They have two small children and pets. Photography by Tzu Chen.
Located at the foot of the picturesque Purple Mountain, Suning Zhongshan Golf Resort designed by CCD is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, including the 600-meter-long Shixiang Road in Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum and a 460-year-old ginkgo tree.
VA apartament is a project designed by Michel Macedo Arquitetos. Serving as a model apartment for a residential tower – also an office’s project – this proposal adopts solutions that value the inherent characteristics of the building, such as: A. free plan: where the structure is disposed independently of the walls, allowing layout changes, which in this case expands the living area with a home theater addition; B. free facade: where the large glass facade incorporate the exterior landscape in harmony with the interior; C. natural materials: where the use of wood in joinery and furniture; and marble stones on floors and countertops was chosen. D. circulations: where the access continues as the original proposal, while the new layout brings fluidity to the living room area. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
Sag Harbor 2 is a project designed by Kevin O’Sullivan + Associates – KOSA. The homeowners scouted properties by boat and came upon the perfect site…amazing sunsets, a protected cove, friendly neighbors, and a gently slope from curbside to waterfront. The elements spoke to them and they decided to build a home for themselves. Photography by Read McKendree.