A young and contemporary design for a woman in her 30s and her daughter. The client and the designer Maya Sheinberger are good friends of 20 years, so the design concept was very clear and specific from the beginning – black and white design with splashes of bright colors, in order to create a timeless design and a lively atmosphere. Photography by Itay Benit.
Located on one of Venice Beach’s most desirable walk streets, Kim Gordon brings the Belgian farmhouse to the beach. Indoor/outdoor living, floor-to-ceiling, steel-framed glass walls and locally sourced furniture and art make for the ultimate Venice retreat. Photography by Brandon Arant
Located along Cape Town’s mountainside this striking, rectilinear home was designed by renowned local architecture firm SAOTA. Complementing this terraced home, the ARRCC-designed interiors champions a trove of gem‐like materials and custom furniture that pull together the client’s brief for ultimate comfort within high‐functioning entertainment zones. Natural finishes, such as warm woods and burnished metals, offer the perfect foil to the kaleidoscopic use of tone – the result is a space brimming with design synergy and style savvy. Project Photographer: Greg Cox
The building in question designed by Samuel Torres de Carvalho Arquitetura has its access made by two streets at different levels, the main access being through Rua do Corpo Santo and the secondary through Rua do Ferragial, which is at a height of 7 meters. This difference originates two semi-buried floors, below the ground of Rua do Corpo Santo. Photo credits: Alexander Bogorodskiy