Splendour in the city is a project designed by GAO architects. The film Parasite was the cinematographic highlight of 2019 and at the same time our scenographic inspiration for the interior design of apartment in Ljubljana. The contemporaneity of both creative processes is of course purely coincidental, yet it is possible to draw similarities between the film world that offers plenty of visual inspiration and neatly intertwines all the creative spectres of the seventh art and the process of creating the interior that is dynamic, dramatic and dazzling – both the processes bring the crucial element of storytelling to the fore. Photography by Miran Kambič.
Lakeside West designed by Wittman Estes is a re-imagined urban condominium that transforms an outdated mid-century dwelling into a highly organized and functional dwelling for a single man. The client was trained and practiced as an architect before starting a local tech company that focused on digital interface and experience design. The client approached Wittman Estes, a Seattle architect known for integration of architecture and landscape and their careful re-imagining of classic mid-century buildings such as the Civic Hotel, and residences by notable mid-century architects including Wendell Lovett and Ibsen Nelson. Photography by Rafael Soldi.
The project designed by Kohn Shnier architects is the design of a new home for a young family with two working parents and three children. The new house replaces an existing house on a conventional mid-town residential lot in the City of Toronto. Similar in area to the original house, the new design emphasizes fluid relationships between, and within, shared family spaces—both indoor and outdoor. Accommodating a large art collection, as well as the desire to preserve and engage a large tree in the rear yard are two important requirements. Photography by Doublespace Photography.
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This soothing and serene home, designed by Sarah Barnard, was created to be an ocean-inspired, natural environment for a family to grow together. By using all-natural, non-toxic materials and incorporating oceanic references within this seaside home, the designer created an airy, safe space for this family to spend time with each other. Photography by Steven Dewall.
Designed by Gabriela Casagrande Arquitetura for an urban young adult, the EF Apartment offers comfort and practicality for everyday life. Containing a master suite and a living room integrated with the kitchen, it is the ideal refuge for those who have a hectic work routine, but also for those who love to have friends over. Photography by Paula Morais.
Among a mesmerizing view, Cacupé House designed by Studiocolnaghi is located, as its name suggests, in Cacupe – Florianopólis, Brazil, at a residential complex. The Studiocolnaghi was responsible for the interior design Project, which aims to integrate architecture elements to interior design solutions. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.
Mountain House is a project designed by studio razavi architecture. In this highly preserved Alpine valley, stringent architectural guidelines allow for little architectural freedom. Strict guidelines are enforced to protect the local heritage but de facto create endless pastiche mountain homes. photography by Simone Bossi.
This incredible contemporary property has been designed by the architect/owner with exceptional attention to detail and an extremely high-level finish throughout. The Garden House designed by Alpex Architecture is arranged over two levels, ground and lower ground floor and the layout has been designed to give all the principal rooms excellent natural light. Photography by French & Tye.
Designed by Acre Architects for art lovers, the Gallery House located on the beautiful Kennebecasis River is a case study on modern forms with local, vernacular materials. Using selective and strategic openings in the project to heighten the experience of movement throughout the structure with light, the daily routines and processions become a material exploration. A simple exterior palate of cedar shingles, stone and glass keep this project grounded in its location in historic Rothesay New Brunswick. The interior transitions from solid stone in the entry sequences into more spacious living areas of wood and glass where visitors experience their vast art collection throughout. Photography by Julian Parkinson.