Areia House designed by Raulino Silva is located in Árvore, in an urban allotment very close to the beach of Areia, Vila do Conde. The urban allotment’s license allows the construction of a basement and two floors for a single-family housing, and also an annex for car parking. Photography by João Morgado
The design focus for this North London Victorian terrace home design project designed by Charles Tashima Architecture was the refurbishment and reconfiguration of the ground floor together with additional space of a new side-return. Photography by Oliver Perrott.
New York has green Central Park, skyscrapers, roof terraces and spectacular views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Chinatown. This is the metropolitan atmosphere investors wanted to create in their 135-meter apartment. The Warsaw apartment was supposed to be unconventional, sublime, unpretentious. In the apartment designed by Katarzyna Kraszewska the modern harmony merges with tradition, whereas art and functionality create an extremely harmonious duo. The architect focused on the light and the phenomenal view outside the window. But the apartment itself is also pretty impressive. Photography by Tom Kurek
Integrated social spaces and use of neutral tones are bets for a young couple’s apartment in SP. Offering comfort and warmth to the young couple of owners after a day of work, in addition to allowing friends and family to function in functional spaces proposed by the Bárbara Kahhale– Architecture and Interiors office for this 160m apartment. In a modern style, but with classic touches, the décor highlights the use of neutral tones, in addition to the presence of woodwork, glass and lacquer.
Modern Lodge is a project designed by KEM STUDIO. The Walsh’s work in the urban core but want to truly wind down when they head home and casually entertain friends. They purchased a waterfront lot on Weatherby Lake with the vision of creating a “Modern Lodge.” Photography by Bob Greenspan
With the mission of establishing a tailor-made interior design project for a couple of art and object collectors signed by renowned designers, the interior designers Ana Paula Cunha and Grace de Paula, from Angra Design, adapted the environments of this 280 m2 apartment in São Paulo to integrate the pieces in a harmonious way.
This project designed by Frari intends to refurbish a single-family house, severely affected by pathologies resulting from defective construction options.
In addition of trying to correct the existing pathologies, we also intend to rectify the dysfunctions of spatial organization. Besides, the ambition of the project is to rehabilitate the dwelling to give it new habitability conditions, and to ensure that it becomes more versatile and with better construction details. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio
reabilitação de moradia unifamiliar em Albergaria do atelier de arquitetura Frari com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio