Rolling Wood by Cuppett Kilpatrick Architecture + Interior Design

This new home designed by Cuppett Kilpatrick Architecture + Interior Design is perched atop a hill overlooking the Austin skyline. The three-story house, anchored at the top of its site by a grove of twisted live oaks, steps down the hill away from the street concealing its full-height and making it scale appropriate for the neighborhood. Photography by Whit Preston.

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A Modern Villa by Israelevitz Architects

A Modern Villa is a project designed by Israelevitz Architects. Welcome to the new home of a couple with 6 children, located in a quiet and pleasant neighborhood in one of the coveted and vibrant central cities. Over the years, the family lived on a nearby street, in a rented house that did not quite match their taste and needs. They purchased a corner plot of about half a dunam and approached Dan and Hila Israelevitz – the owners of the Israelevitz Architects office, to design a home tailored to their needs. The result, like all the projects the firm is entrusted with, is inspiring thanks to poetic, ultra-modern and unconventional architecture, a close connection between indoor and outdoor spaces, and meticulous and highly professional interior design tailored precisely to their lifestyle. This is what it looks like from the outside and inside. Photography by Oded Smadar.

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Pear Tree House by Glasshouse Projects

Pear Tree House by Glasshouse Projects. A richly detailed extension and renovation, Pear Tree House, demonstrates a seamless transition between old and new, where a structured floating box, adjoined by a sunken garden and rectangular pool, elevate traditional charm to modern sophistication. photography by Art Department Creative.

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Jewell Residence by Bhavani Singal

This 2,500 square-foot home replaced an existing cottage and grouping of outbuildings sited among three beautiful heritage oak trees on a lot in Austin’s Bouldin neighborhood. Faced with the challenge to preserve the somewhat inconveniently located trees and address the site’s grading, the architects approached the design as an elegantly curved volume that dances among the trees’ trunks, branches, and canopy. Photography by Robert Gomez.

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VC Residence by Lim + Lu

VC Residence, the latest residential design by Lim + Lu in Hong Kong, is a testament to the harmonious blend of architectural minimalism and subtle Japanese design influences. The 1300 sqft space which went through a gut renovation exudes understated elegance with meticulous attention to detail and a cohesive motif that gracefully envelops the entire apartment. Photography by Common Studio.

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Casa Granada by Estúdio HAA!

Located in the city of Nova Granada, in the countryside of São Paulo, the Casa Granada project designed by Estúdio HAA! stands out for the fusion between the construction solutions of the architecture office Estúdio HAA! and the specificities and demands of the clients. Photography by Evandro Oliveira.

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Renovation and extension project by Brengues Le Pavec architectes

The project designed by Brengues Le Pavec architectes is the renovation and expansion of a house from the 1960s in a residential area of Montpellier. Its rational and flat roof typology presents interesting potential with a view to adding additional volume. The extension aims to offer a living space more closely linked to the garden. The project is the composition of simple vertical and horizontal planes freeing up a significant length of glazing. This extension is designed using raw materials such as stamped concrete and stone on the ground. Inside, wooden panels on well-defined walls will provide a warm atmosphere. Photography by RBrengues photos.

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Compluvium House by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Compluvium House is a project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. The ancient Greeks, Etruscans and Romans implemented in their aristocratic residences a new architectural system known as compluvium, designed to divert rainwater into the impluvium. This structure, located in the heart of the domus, not only had an initial practical function of expelling smoke from internal fires, but also evolved to improve fundamental aspects such as natural lighting, room ventilation and the efficient accumulation of rainwater. Photography by Jesús Orrico.

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Flanders House by SAOTA

This house on a large, wooded lot in the Flanders region of Belgium offered SAOTA an opportunity to design a distinctive contemporary architectural object in the landscape that would simultaneously serve as a warm, outward-looking living environment and engage meaningfully with its surroundings. Photography by Adam Letch.

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Otti House by Arabella Rocca

CASA Otti designed by Arabella Rocca is the apartment of a young family, 150 sqm in the penthouse of an elegant residential complex in the northwest quadrant of the city of Rome. Photography by Arabella Rocca.

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