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Monroe Residence by Davey McEathron Architecture

Monroe Residence is a project designed by Davey McEathron Architecture. Set in the Bouldin neighborhood, Monroe Residence responds to its context and the user as a bright articulated jewel set upon on a dark plinth. Photography by Leonid Furmansky, Davey McEathron Architecture.

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Black Ridge House by Neil Dusheiko Architects

Black Ridge House is a project designed by Neil Dusheiko Architects. Two-storey extension to an existing property on the Warner Estate, made of charred black timber and concrete work surfaces – a fusion of modern industrial materials within a historic domestic setting. Photography by Tim Crocker.

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Bangalley by Casey Brown Architecture

Bangalley is a project designed by Casey Brown Architecture. A home inspired by its location, perched on a rising monolithic headland of sandstone and shale, jutting out into the Pacific Ocean just north of Sydney in the beachside suburb of Avalon. Designed to respond to this dramatic environment with a rustic rugged exterior and a raw but highly crafted interior. Photography by Charlie Baker, Michael Nicholson.

Marine Pde. North Avalon

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Bachelor Pad by In Design International

Bachelor Pad is a project designed by In Design International. A Port Melbourne townhouse with city views was the new home of our young single male client. Our long-term brief was to convert this bachelor pad into a home more suitable for his ‘future wife & family”. Photography by Isamu Sawa.

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Pandanus by Sparks Architects

Pandanus is a project designed by Sparks Architects. On an enviable site directly opposite the dunes of Peregian Beach, the challenge for this project was to get high enough to capture the sea views over the dunes without exceeding the statutory height limits or blocking all of the neighbour’s views. In fact, the finished building sits well below the maximum height allowed on the sloping block with the bulk of the building running back along the depth of the site, while the portion of the building across the width of the site sits on a minimum of structure to create an open terrace underneath. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones.

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Parish Ghyll by Halliday Clark

Halliday Clark was commissioned to design a 1½ storey extension to the rear of No. 1 Parish Ghyll Road, a Victorian terraced dwelling. The design provides a covered deck and garden room featuring a ‘picture window’ at the upper ground floor level and a utility room, living space and barbecue area at lower ground floor level. Photography by Camera Crew.

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House by Paula Carvalho

More than modernizing this house in São Paulo, the architect Paula Carvalho fulfilled the challenge of unifying the house with the neighboring land, transforming the connection into the new family leisure area. “We expanded the kitchen and integrated it with the external area of ​​the house, making the connection with the barbecue and the dining room”, explains Paula.

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Casa Nidi by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura

The red line between colour, material and light defines in a decisive and conscious way the design of “Casa Nidi”, ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura through a conservative renovation that also leaves room for some contemporary innovations.

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Totalmoney.pl office by mode:lina

The Power of Colors! Totalmoney.pl is a team of ambitious fnancial analysts who are behind the frst comprehensive comparison engine of banking products in Poland. When they decided to cooperate with mode:lina™, they wanted to create a modern ofce in Wrocław, where the energy of the brand and employees would play frst fddle. photography by Patryk Lewiński.

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South Villa

South Villa is a five-story penthouse in the award-winning Clifton Terraces apartments on Victoria Road, Cape Town. Its elevated position on the iconic Lion’s Head takes in extravagant ocean views and local landmarks such as Table Mountain and Clifton’s pristine beaches.
The terraced form of the building is designed by SAOTA. Deep overhangs and a restrained natural palette of materials blend into the beautiful natural surroundings while landscaped terraces on each level ensure that the building will settle even more effectively into its environment over time. The building mimics the existing contours of the site, sensitively ensuring that the views from neighbouring sites were unaffected or even improved. The interior décor and interior architecture, by ARRCC and OKHA, has stylistic connections to the style moderne movement of the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 30s. Photography by Adam Letch, Niel Vosloo.

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