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CASA NK by Rua 141

Located in a condominium in Guarujá, on the coast of São Paulo, Brazil, Casa NK is designed by the Rua 141 and Zalc Arquitetura, two architecture firms, which proposed a structural project highlighted by structural balance into volume harmony on both sides. Photography by Fran Parente.

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Lone Madrone by Heliotrope Architects

Lone Madrone is a project designed by Heliotrope Architects ocated on a rocky, wind-swept south facing shoreline; this retreat home nestles into the landscape to harmonize with its surroundings and minimize exposure to weather. Photography by Sean Airhart.

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Taft by Skylab

The Taft is a 3,930-square-foot, two-story, open plan house designed and built using HOMB, a prefabricated modular system developed by Skylab in collaboration with MethodHomes. The system provides an alternative to the typical time-consuming process of conventional site construction while also minimizing waste through precision prefabrication. Photography by Michael Cogliantry and Jeff Van Bergen.

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Indiana Avenue by Spatial Affairs Bureau

Indiana Avenue is a project designed by Spatial Affairs Bureau. One of the first of a collection of residential remodel projects in the Los Angeles area by Peter Culley, Spatial Affairs Bureau project, has been recently sold for several hundred thousand dollars over the asking price. Photography by Benny Chan.

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EQ Residence by Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura

EQ Residence is a project designed by Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura and is located in Bragança Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil. Photography Evelyn Müller.

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Shutter House by State of Kin

Mobilia has teamed up with Perth based architectural and interior designer studio State Of Kin to furnish Shutter House, an inspiring and forward thinking home designed for the modern family and furnished with some of the world’s most renowned and decorated brands; carefully hand picked to compliment the architectural beauty of the home. Photography by Jack Lovel

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Villa Homespun Philosophy by T.K. Chu Design

Designed by T.K. Chu Design, Villa Homespun Philosophy is a high-end project of China Railway Construction Real Estate. The project is only six meters away from the Humble Administrator’s Garden in Suzhou, a World Heritage Site featuring miniature landscapes and abundant waterscapes. Based on such a context, the architecture of Villa Homespun Philosophy responds to the history and culture of Suzhou with a garden-like villa with two floors aboveground and underground, respectively.

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Polyphonic Apartment by Openideas

Polyphonic Apartment is a project designed by Openideas. This was a home to be created for a purveyor of furniture sourced from the international market. Italy was a favorite stopping ground, and the European aesthetics, he found, resonated greatly with him. Photography by Ishita Sitwala.

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Garden apartment apartment by Carolina Bordonco

This 100 m² garden apartment is a project designed by Carolina Bordonco was a very special project for interior designer Carolina Bordonco: the property belongs to a childhood friend and she just wanted to enter her new home when everything was ready. And so it was done. Not before the resident made some requests: the main reference for the decor was a Provencal style, with a mixture of classic, rustic, wood and a lot of coziness. She had also already chosen the model of the dining table and wanted a “farmsink” on the kitchen island. The vat even gained prominence on the bench designed by the architect. Photography by Kadu Lopes.

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House in Santarém by dp Arquitectos

The house designed by dp Arquitectos is located on the perimeter of an allotment, overlooking the countryside. It is organized with service area on the North side, social area in the center, and a bedroom area on the other end, all facing the generous patio with swimming pool. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

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