Drawn to this historic Italianate residence, a landmark in Capitol Hill’s Harvard-Belmont Historical District, the new owners knew they needed a design firm that would respect the home’s historic exterior yet bring a modern sensibility to the interiors, which had long ago been compromised through a series of ill-conceived remodels. Photography: Andrew Giammarco
Bal Harbour Residence is a project designed by SDH Studio Architecture + Design. Nestled in a corner lot in the heart of Bal Harbour Village this home was designed for a family that enjoys family life, entertaining and outdoor living. Photography by Robin Hill.
This Lake Washington waterfront home designed by Stuart Silk Architects is situated on a tranquil tree-lined property in the Washington Park neighborhood of Seattle. It enjoys sweeping views of Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Mountains. The site borders a heavily landscaped street end, which provides a privacy buffer from the adjoining property to the south. The neighborhood includes both traditional homes from the first half of the last century and several recently built modern homes. Photography by Aaron Leitz
For this coverage in São Paulo, the office Spazio Arquitetura focused on ensuring the integration of the social area, so that the resident family could enjoy the home theater and dining room. The project, from the Spazio Arquitetura office, contributed to more frequent meetings between family and friends.
This Hawthorne eco home renovation designed by dion seminara architecture morphed the home from a two-bedroom cottage for a couple, to a three bedroom, two-storey family home. Photography by Darren Kerr.
Colorado and east coast elegance collide in this Cherry Hills Village, CO interior design by Andrea Schumacher Interiors. The perfect mix of bespoke furniture, black and gold finishes and just a few glamorous touches result in a style and function the homeowners enjoy and share each day. Photography by Emily Minton Redfield.
The Plowing House is a project designed by Henkin Shavit Studio. The concept of “plowing” was an initial source of inspiration for the conceptual design phase of the project. The “plowing” which is a regular intervention for a soil complex, divides it into strips or sowing areas. The same areas that are subspace of skating appear in the villa in different space configurations, with the “plowing” rhythms producing the transitions between public and private. The spaces create a longitudinal and random-transverse system of man and his movement at home. Photography by Assaf Pinchuk.