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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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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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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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Castaños House

Castaños House is a project designed by Arch. Ekaterina Künzel and Arch. María Belén García Bottazzini. The house is designed for a plot inside a gated community recently launched in Nordelta, an urban development that gathers over twenty communities and is located in the Tigre district, 23km away from the city of Buenos Aires. The plot surface is 500 sqm, being 16m wide and 32m deep. The building regulations of the community request a 3-meter setback from the sides, a 5-meter setback from the front line and a 10-meter setback from the rear line. Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

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Enchanted Point by SDH Studio Architecture + Design

Enchanted Point is a project designed by SDH Studio Architecture + Design. This family home is nestled on a magnificent radial lot surrounded by over 200 feet of water in Miami, Florida. Photography by David Hernandez.

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Summer Mood by Egue y Seta

Summer Mood is a project designed by Egue y Seta in 2020, covers an area of 209m2 and is located in Corbera de Llobregat, Barcelona. Photography by VICUGO FOTO.

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La Belle Vue by BOMAX Architects

Located in a small beachfront community in South Africa, Project La Belle Vue was a complete architectural renovation and extension by Bomax Architects and an OKHA Interior Architecture and Design Project.

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House B, Westcliff Ridge by Daffonchio and Associates Architects

House B, Westcliff Ridge is a project designed by Daffonchio and Associates Architects. The clients’ brief was to create a sustainable modern home that exploited views from the site, which is situated just off the Valley road on the Westcliff ridge and overlooks the jacaranda trees of the Northern suburbs parks and Johannesburg Zoo. Photography by Elsa Young, Candace Marshall Smith, Chiara Frisone

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Pati Blau by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Pati Blau is a project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. It was in the Muslim era when the so-called farmhouses were concentrating the population of the Ribera Alta, although some of these settlements had an Iberian origin. Over time these population centers have become places connected to the big city in a simple way and with an enviable quality of life. With all the good that the proximity of a large city offers and all the advantages of living connected to the territory and its culture. Photography by Diego Opazo.

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