This stylish apartment is a project designed by studio Rubleva Design & Architecture for a young girl, 142 sq.m. in the very center of Moscow on Sofiyskaya embankment, in the residential complex Sofiysky. Photography by Sergey Krasyuk.
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Relaxed Living by the Stylesmiths
Relaxed Living is a project designed by the Stylesmiths. A modern beachside home beautifully tailored with a relaxed and contemporary interior design, Seaside Living is a celebration of colour. Blending tactility with a palette of greens, blues and browns, The Stylesmiths worked with the homeowners to curate a design that reflects their lifestyle across entertaining areas and private quarters. Inspired by the existing home and leafy, urban coastal surroundings, the project reaches a perfect balance between form and function. Photography by Gus MacDonald.
Rochford Penthouse by Mac Design Studio
Rochford Penthouse is a project designed by Mac Design Studio. This three-bedroom penthouse apartment in Sydney’s Erskinville is a model of restraint. Photography by Chris Warnes.
House on a Hill by Artel31
House on a Hill is a project designed by Artel31. This hillside site above Bath has to rate as one of the best we’ve ever been engaged to work on for its uninterrupted views down the valley to the world heritage city of Bath. We wanted to create a hillside house that both framed the views and sat in it seamlessly when viewed from the opposite hill. Photography by Pete Helme.
Hyde Park House by Robeson Architects
Hyde Park House is a project designed by Robeson Architects. Situated on a busy street, the Hyde Park House seeks to maximise views to both the leafy Hyde Park across the road and the city skyline beyond, whilst maintaining the privacy of the family. Whilst not strictly a ‘heritage control zone’, both neighbouring properties had character homes on them, and the local council was very prescriptive and unyielding when it came to permitted external materials, street setbacks and building forms. The challenge was to design a home that was not ‘faux heritage’, but was rather a contemporary interpretation that fit in the streetscape, and suited the unique needs of the family. Photography by Dion Robeson.
Mehra Residence by team3
Mehra Residence is a project designed by team3. Urban residences today are often characterized by cramped living spaces amidst urban jungles with little to no connection to the outdoors. The design of the Mehra Residence seeks to redefine this stereotype using a series of strategies to take advantage of its location. The design intent was to craft spaces that establish a strong relationship to its surrounding landscape, bringing in views, daylight, fresh air and a sense of tranquility. Photography by Noughts & Crosses.
House Atenas by Atelier C2H.a
Designed by architects Fernanda Castilho, Ivan Cassola and Rafael Haiashida, partners of C2H.a Arquitetura, Casa Atenas is located in Alphaville – São Paulo and was conceived to be a contemporary refuge with integrated environments, abundant light, natural ventilation and landscaping with exuberant tropical vegetation. photography by Ana Helena Lima.
House in Murcia by Manuel García Asociados
This single-family house designed by Manuel García Asociados is located in the Region of Murcia, in a residential area of semidetached, modern and eminently white houses. From a distance, its clear and avant-garde appearance seeks to integrate the house with the rest of the surrounding dwellings. A travertine-effect porcelain tiles offer this clear and luminous vision, but in its proximity, it confers the texture, warmth and naturalness typical of stone materials. Photography by Diego Opazo.
Ferreiros apartment by Nan Arquitectos
An apartment designed by Nan Arquitectos for a single person and their two children. “Our client acquires an old house in the center of Pontevedra and, aware of its potential, seeks a comprehensive reform of it. Photography by Iván Casal Nieto.
I&M apartment by Nossa Casa Arquitetura
Modern and minimalist apartment with timeless design has a renovation project signed by the office NOSSA Casa Arquitetura and Cristiane Trolesi. With neutral tones and a mixture of materials and straight lines, the project of the 130m² apartment in Vila Ipojuca in São Paulo, signed by the architect and interior designer, Daniele Capo, responsible for running the office NOSSA Casa Arquitetura and in partnership with the architect Cristiane Trolesi, was thought in a simple way, but modern and minimalist. The idea was to create a harmonious and cozy environment, in which all the elements talked to each other. Photography by Evelyn Müller.