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Poliform Varenna Kiev

The showroom designed by Bolshakova Interiors recreates all kinds of living space, bringing visitors into an atmosphere of home comfort and allowing them to experience all the advantages of brands and opportunities available with their use. Photography by Andrey Avdeenko

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80s be gone by hobbs jamieson architecture

80s be gone is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture. An existing 1980’s attached dwelling has been completely renovated internally. The client’s brief was to maximise the space, ‘remove the 80’s’ and deliver a sharp, refined living environment. Photography by Luc Remond.

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Beach House by Architecture Saville Isaacs

Beach House is a project designed by Architecture Saville Isaacs. The core idea of people living and engaging with place is an underlying principle of our practice, given expression in the manner in which this home engages with the exterior, not in a general expansive nod to view, but in a varied and intimate manner. Photography by Kata Bayer.

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Fine elegant apartment by Bolshakova Interiors

The apartments were designed by Bolshakova Interiors to offer a comfortable place to stay during business trips. It is a modern space in a calm colour range, conducive to relaxation.
Rich, warm, natural materials and minimalism, in well thought out combinations, create exceptional aesthetics in this interior. Specially selected art, created by the Ukrainian artist Oleg Tistol, give the place a unique atmosphere. Photography by Andrey Avdeenko.

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Hillside View by ARRCC

“Tucked away in a leafy suburb in Cape Town stands a statement-making home – not only for the modern, glass-fronted architecture but more so for it’s vibrant interiors. For local design studio ARRCC, who executed the project, it was the homeowner’s affinity for colour – and a multitude of materials – that informed the creative journey. ‘By working with the homeowner’s wide and varied art collection we were able to create spaces that allow for a dynamic dialogue between the artworks and furnishings,’ says ARRCC director Mark Rielly. Photography by Greg Cox.

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Open up and let me in by hobbs jamieson architecture

Open up and let me in is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture. The clients brief was to modernise the dwelling, focussing on the ground floor and its connection with the rear yard. Photography by Luc Remond.

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Twin Houses by Architecture Saville Isaacs

Twin Houses is a project designed by Architecture Saville Isaacs. The conceptual approach was to create houses that sit comfortably within the established urban streetscape, provide elements of drama and discovery, and engage with the iconic harbour bridge and opera house views to the front and intimate landscaped gardens to the rear. The sites are small (255sqm and 336sqm), steep and irregular. Photography by Kata Bayer.

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THE ROOM by nook architects

“THE ROOM designed by nook architects presented with the opportunity to develop a workspace in line with present-day needs. A flexible, multipurpose environment that could take on different structures as required by the user. Photography by Yago Partal

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By the Bay by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture

By the Bay is a project designed by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture. Completed in collaboration with Salt Building Design, this project involved the ‘stage 2’ conversion of a humble beach shack on the shores of Jervis Bay. The brief was to work with Salt to design the main part of the home in line with the architectural style of the previously completed guest wing. Photography by Luke Butterly.

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Brick Aperture House by Kreis Grennan Architecture

Brick Aperture House is a project designed by Kreis Grennan Architecture. Contemporary pavilion addition with articulated link to heritage cottage. Strategic placement of glazing edits a view back to a historic sewer chimney stack, in line with three chimneys of the existing dwelling. Photography by Michael Nicholson.

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