The Tannum Sands Beach House, designed by Sarah Waller Architecture, is the enviable forever home of a recently retired couple in the small coastal town of Tannum Sands on the Central East Coast of Queensland. The absolute beachfront site allows the owners to enjoy a distinctly coastal lifestyle and grounds the modern house within a natural setting. Photography by Photopia Studio
Born from a close cooperation between client and architect, this family home designed by Benyei Architectural Studio is a testament to the sort of building that can come from a bold and compelling idea and an architect that can enhance such boldness while still maintaining a keen eye for sophistication and brevity. And while luxury was an underpinning facet of the build, it was a careful, tactful understanding of moderation that has helped turn it into something noteworthy. Photography by Zsolt Batár
VILLA LC is a project designed by DFG Architetti in 2019 and is located in Ragusa. An architecture that arises from the archetype of the house, the pitched roof, as we would have drawn from small, that goes down to the ground and generates a scenographic entrance, which embraces the guests, to culminate in a body of water in which one reflects a reverse world. Photography by Marcello Bocchieri.
Casa Mirador is a project designed by +arquitectos. Located in the base of the Andes mountains, the project it’s placed at the top of a hill with north orientation looking towards the valley of the Manquehue Hill. Photography by Aryeh Kornfeld
The Alto de Pinheiros house program designed by AMZ Arquitetos spreads along the ground level taking good advantage of its site. With an L-shaped plan, covered by a large marquee, it encompasses 3 courtyards ensuring the presence of nature in all major spaces of the house. In the second floor, are located the service rooms and the gym. Photography by Maíra Acayaba
OKHA’s latest interior project, Clifton 301, is a seasonal two-bedroom apartment in a sophisticated contemporary complex designed by SAOTA. Flanked on either side by Table Mountain’s legendary Twelve Apostles, it looks out over breath-taking panoramic views of the Cape Atlantic Ocean and is in equal parts luxurious getaway, relaxed coastal retreat and entertainer’s dream. Photography by Niel Vosloo, Adam Letch, Peter Bruyns, Melissa de Freitas.
Triangle House designed by Robeson Architects is the architects own home, built on a 180m2 triangular lot. This challenging site also has the busy Vincent Street to its north, and a 1.5m sewer easement to the rear boundary. Regardless, this prime location is wedged between Hyde Park and bustling Beaufort Street, and just a few kilo-meters from Perth. Photography by Dion Robeson.
Villa “Cabo Negro 2” was designed by Cap Realty & Archgues and built in 2019 . This private house with 2 rectangular blocks was planned with a triple objective:
1. Marry the shape of the mountain
2. Penetrating lights and sea reflect whatever the angle of view
3. Feel the emotion of the existing nature