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Bohn House by Dick Clark + Associates

Bohn House by Dick Clark + Associates. This iconic Austin residence was first built in 1938 as a modern, art deco home that emulated a 1930s ocean-liner, with aluminum railings, porthole windows, a solarium with a curved glass wall, and a circular mahogany door that could be raised and lowered at the touch of a button. Photography by Paul Bardagjy and Jake Holt.

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Floating Home by i29 architects

Floating home by i29 architects is part of Schoonschip, a new floating village of 46 households that aims to create Europe’s most sustainable floating community. Based on an urban plan by Space&Matter, over 100 residents moved into and revitalized a disused canal and established themselves a living on the water.

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Santo Tirso House by Hous3

Santo Tirso House is a project designed by Hous3. From the road you can see the house, on a small hill, with a dark silhouette in sharp contrast to its natural environment, offering a wide view over Santo Tirso. Its simple lines are the reinterpretation of the stereotype of the traditional Portuguese house, gable roof. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Casa em St Tirso do atelier de arquitectura Hous3 e com fotografias do fotógrafo Ivo Tavares studio

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Sepidar House by Saffar Studio

Sepidar House is a project designed by Saffar Studio. The appearance of small-scale architectural projects on land with low proportions becomes an attractive challenge, creates a different visual view with other buildings in the city, which leads to a unique feeling in the environment and the surrounding area.

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Casa Rio by Paulo Merlini Architects

Casa Rio is a project designed by Paulo Merlini Architects. The project results from the remodeling of an old farmhouse located in a yet very rural city. By disassembling the poor materials of the old facade we discovered that the house was actually made up of three small houses built according to the needs of the former owner. Photography by Ivo Tavares studio

Casa Rio em Paredes do Atelier de Arquitectura Paulo Merlini Architects com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio

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Edifício Fábrica das Devesas by Anarchlab

The newly renovated by Anarchlab building is part of a set of constructions ordered to be built by the company Fábrica de Cerâmica das Devesas, in Porto, which functioned as a warehouse and showcase for the various products manufactured at the time by the same company. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Reabilitação de Edificio na Rua da Conceição no Porto do Atelier Anarchlab e fotografia de Arquitectura do fotógrafo Ivo Tavares Studio

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Indoor Landscape by Egue y Seta

Indoor Landscape is a project designed by Egue y Seta in 2020, covers an area of 189,9m2 and is located in Sant Cugat del Vallés, Barcelona. Photography by VICUGO FOTO.

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Bellfield by Robbie Walker

Bellfield is a project designed by Robbie Walker. In an unexpected suburb of Melbourne, a series of three townhouses have completely revitalised what was a difficult site through a clever and progressive design that stands boldly in the streetscape. Designed and built by Robbie J Walker, this urban infill project shows what is possible when creativity comes together with determination, having taken close to a year for council approvals. The resulting outcome could even be used as a blueprint for the future of Melbourne’s suburbs. Photography by Anthony Richardson.

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Apartment by Danyela Correa

Renovation integrates balcony, living room and kitchen in a 103 m² apartment Architect Danyela Corrêa signs the project that transformed the home of Adriana and Ubaldo Marques into an integrated and spacious place. Photography by Gustavo Awad.

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Slab House by mode:lina

Slab House project came into existence in the suburbs of Poznań on one of many hills surrounding the city. It was not an easy task – architects from mode:lina™ had to inscribe the building’s form into all too steep hill’s slope. As it turned out, the solution was, unexpectedly, childishly easy – recreate LEGO, it’s idea and turn it into reality. Photography by Patryk Lewiński

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