Silva Jardim House is a project designed by Estúdio Pedro Haruf. Rua Silva Jardim is a unique address in the city of Belo Horizonte, I have always looked at this small three-block street, which goes from the Floresta church to Rua Sapucaí, with an admiring gaze. A stone street, with simple houses and country air, a few meters from the hypercenter of the city. Photography by Dentro Fotografia, Studio Tertúlia.
This Housing Renovation and Interior Design is a project designed by September Architecture and is located in Sarria, Barcelona, Spain. We are located in the old town of Sarria, Barcelona, in a house between party walls, full of history, Miquel, an 80-year-old man lives alone after years of living with his wife’s entire family. The family home was acquired in the late 1960s and grew through expansion at the same rate as the family. Already lacking life, Miquel decides to sell it. The new buyers are a family from the area, who value the qualities of a quiet and familiar neighbourhood and the original construction characteristics of the property. Photography by José Hevia.
This five-unit seafront apartment building, designed by SAOTA with interior architecture by ARRCC, is located in the southern suburbs of Athens at the gateway to the Athens Riviera. It overlooks the beach and the Aegean Sea with views towards Aegina and the distant hills of Poros, while the Hymettus Mountain rises behind it. Photography by Vangelis Paterakis & Panagiotis Voumvakis.
Casa JC is a project designed by Mário Alves arquiteto. Inserted in a subdivision located in Quinta da Portela, Coimbra, the land is situated in the middle of the hill. Developing a house in this location becomes a challenge due to the natural profile that the land develops. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa JC em Coimbra com Arquitectura Mario Alves Arquitecto e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
Minus Workshop’s sustainable mission in a weekend getaway hub. Minus Workshop has taken over a design project from an eco-responsible couple having a great concern for sustainability which is a sizzling topic worldwide and beyond. The apartment owner predominates as successful entrepreneurs in the city who aim to curate a multi-functional and eco-friendly private hub to encourage family bonding and also an event venue to aid the communities in Hong Kong. Entrusted the founder of Minus Workshop, Yiu, has to be extra mindful of what’s true and what entails in a space for relaxation, entertainment, physical event activity, and culinary pleasure, not only for the grown-ups but also for the next generation. Therefore, Yiu’s main force was to achieve sustainability with a new wave and timeless style in this experience-driven geometric villa. Photography by Steven Ko.
House K Project by Habif Architects started with the idea of renovating all infrastructure systems according to today’s needs and giving the house’s historical story a modern and valuable new look. It aims to establish a strong and remarkable connection between the old and the new, light and dark, plain and bold. Photography by Sinan Çırak.
Hampstead House is a project designed by Brosh Architects. Renovation and erection of a single-storey rear extension for the lower ground floor level of a 4- storey Victorian terraced home in Central Hampstead, London NW3. Photography by Ollie Hammick.
HOUSE +++ designed by Francesco Pierazzi Architects involves the remodelling of a large semi-detached Victorian house, built approximately between 1885 and 1911 in West Dulwich, for a family who needed to rationalize their long neglected house to transform it into a sequence of suggestive spaces culminating with the large garden. Photography by Gianluca Maver.
Down to Earth Living in the heart of an Olive Grove is a project designed by Keren Gans. This family of five dreamed of living in the countryside, and after a period of caravan living, they finally settled in the house of their dreams. Interior designer Keren Gans weaved natural materials with luxurious furniture and artwork, turning this home into a dreamy reality. Photography by Assaf Pinchuk.
The project designed by Rómulo Neto Arquitetos was developed from the moment we accepted the invitation made by the Câmara Municipal of Vagos, to remodel a deactivated primary school, reproduced throughout our country on a large scale in the 20th century, between 1941 and 1969, at the time of the ‘Estado Novo’. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Centro de desenvolvimento desportivo nautico em Vagos com Arquitectura Romulo Neto e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio