The Moores House 1 designed by Lachlan Shepherd Architects was conceived as a modern farmhouse typology. Designed to respond to its expansive site, it draws reference to surrounding agricultural shed structures in the area. Photography by Nic Stephens Photography.
This full renovation project was designed by AMR Interior Design all about the material mix and flow for entertaining. Inspiration came from the warmth of fall colors and natural materials and an “Anti-modern” style with focus on a more farmhouse feel. Coordination with local craftsmen for unique materials brought the whole scheme to life. Photography by Ryan Whitfield.
Ibiza is a project designed by Juan Poggi for relaxed living with top comfort and the best view of talamanca bay in the spanish island of ibiza. We worked on this amazing space in the beautiful island of ibiza, located within the mediterranean sea. Serene, quiet and ready for one to enjoy the textures and natural materials woven together in the furnishings for maximum living comfort. Photography by Carlos Domenech Photography.
An inner city hideaway. The complex was born from a project to recover and enhance the heritage of a vacant building with an extensive curtilage area. In this latter area, a single independent family housing unit was built, which we present here as Casa Prazeres 37 designed by Fragmentos. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Prazeres 37 em Lisboa com Arquitectura Fragmentos e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
Llano Apartment is a project designed by Archetonic. For this project, an apartment in Mexico City, we established premises that guided the entirety of the design development. We sought to enhance amplitude and take advantage of the double height, insert maximum natural light and permeate the interior with the exterior environment through large windows. Photography by Arturo Arrieta.
KAMT designed by JAAK is a Mid-Century Revival of a 2 storey apartment in Hong Kong, currently home to a family of three and their pet cat. With plans to return to Hong Kong, the owners decided that the home was no longer fitting of their new acquired lifestyle and was in need of revamp; a calm environment, storage, open plan living spaces, and an improved connection with the surrounding landscape. With this in mind, we set out to amplify the client’s eccentricities, combining a love of historic art and design with a modern sensibility. Photography by JAAK.
Pinnacle Court is a project designed by Jess Pedersen. The client, a sculpture artist, and his wife came to J.P.A. only wanting a studio next to their home. During the design process it grew to having a living space above the studio, which grew to having a small house attached to the studio forming a compound. At this point it became clear to the client; the project was outgrowing the neighborhood. After re-evaluating the project, the live / work compound is currently sited in a natural protected nest with post card views of Mount Sopris & the Roaring Fork Valley. The courtyard compound consist of the central south facing piece being the studio flanked by a simple 2500 sq ft 2 bedroom, 2 story house one the west side, and a multi purpose guest wing /studio on the east side. The evolution of this compound came to include the desire to have the building blend into the surrounding landscape, and at the same time become the backdrop to create and display his sculpture. Photography by Mountain Home Photo
This case is a home designed by XIGO STUDIO for children. With an entertaining design full of fantasy, it brings surprises to every corner of the home. Once Picasso said he wanted to “paint like a child”, and the “face figure” has long been used repeatedly as the object of painting by modern masters, and it is also represented in contemporary entertainment by familiar archetypes such as robots, Pac-Man, and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Photography by Li Ming.
CASA OLIVAR is a project designed by Matteo Ferrari. In the heart of the city of Madrid a small architecture called by its creators ‘Casa Olivar’ is born. The interior design has been conceived by the couple of designers Matteo Ferrari and Carlota Gallo in order to transform it into their home. Photography by Asier Rua.
Paris is a project designed by Juan Poggi, it’s entire floor of a hotel particulier in the heart of paris, france. “We immersed ourselves within mouldings, woodwork and hardware in order to prepare this space for brocades, velvets and other gorgeous european materials, which we used to create a modern, yet traditional parisian flat.” Photography by Carlos Domenech Photography.