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Kinsale Cottage by REID architecture PLLC

The residential project designed by REID architecture PLLC embraces sustainability and takes the concept of recycling building materials to another level with the reuse, rehabilitation, and relocation of two older vernacular structures, an early 20th century roadside barbershop and a mid-19th century kitchen building, into a small weekend cottage in tidewater Virginia. Photography by Francis Dzkowski, Reid Freeman.

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161, East End Addition by WORKS OFFICE of Brian O’Brian Architect

161, East End Addition is a project designed by WORKS OFFICE of Brian O’Brian Architect. The East York area of Toronto is rich with small houses on narrow lots. This small addition is conceived as a pair of rectangular volumes that overlap in order to at once appear singular – a part of the base of the existing house – while providing the reading of the two rooms within. Photography by Scott Norsworthy.

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Veil + Mortar by Khab Architects

Veil + Mortar by Khab Architects. Symmetry shouldn’t be allowed in schools because symmetry is a bully! When we sketched something just a little left of centre, this Villa stuck its 2 bay windows up at us! We had to part our hair down the middle and roll with it. Photography by Aaron Citti.

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Apartment by Karen Pisacane

In this project by architect Karen Pisacane located in São Paulo, Brazil, it is a couple with two teenage children. They asked to renovate the apartment to unify the balcony with the living room, and update the daughter’s room.

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Roscommon House by Neil Cownie Architect

Roscommon House is a project designed by Neil Cownie Architect. The clients have a love for modernism and concrete. This comes from their appreciation of the history of the Perth 1960’s ‘Garden Suburbs’ of Floreat and City Beach. Photography by Michael Nicholson, Jack Lovel, Robert Frith.

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House CG by Pedro Henrique Arquiteto

House CG is a project designed by Pedro Henrique Arquiteto. A place, that arises from an elevated plan in relation to the street, and opens itself onto a field, is defined by the large trees that give us visual sensations, experienced as a result of the various colour palettes that each season brings. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Casa Arrifana em Santa Maria da Feira do atelier Pedro Henrique Arquitecto com fotografia de Arquitectura Ivo Tavares Studio

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Maisonette in Notting Hill by Francesco Pierazzi Architects

Maisonette in Notting Hill is a project designed by Francesco Pierazzi Architects. The property, a maisonette arranged on upper ground and first floor levels, is set within a 1980s terrace overlooking a similar development designed in 1976 by Sir Terry Farrell and Sir Nicholas Grimshaw. Photography by Lorenzo Zandri

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Hackney Nest by studio 8FOLD

Hackney Nest is a project designed by studio 8FOLD. A mid-terrace family home renovation and extension in Hackney, London 2020. The intelligent extension that converted this Hackney terrace into a spacious family home. A newlywed’s vision for a first home was realised with the help of architectural designers, Studio 8Fold. Photography by Adam Firman

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Wall house by CTA

Wall house is a project designed by CTA | Creative Architects. According to recently published scientific researches, indoor air quality is worse than outdoor air quality. Therefore, most of our discussions with the house owner tended to the idea of a house which is able to ‘breathe’ 24/7 by itself. Through the process of working, the Wall house is shaped gradually: A house is made up of eight separate spaces surrounded by ordinary walls. These eight blocks are interspersed and intersect at a common space, which is formed from ‘breathing walls’. Photography by Hiroyuki Oki.

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Lake Huron by SAOTA

This summer house designed by by SAOTA is set on the banks of Lake Huron in a small, remote Canadian town about an hour’s drive from London, Ontario. While the architectural context might be characterised as somewhat conservative “cabin country”, this house attempts to extend the possibilities of the traditional lakeside family retreat through a contemporary architectural approach, harnessing recent developments in design, technology and sustainability to connect meaningfully with its beautiful natural setting while exploring new ways of enhancing the lifestyle experience of the family summer getaway. Photography by Adam Letch.

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