Holiday Home in Devon, UK is a project designed by O&A London. “Armed with a real estate brochure a young couple popped into the O&A London office on the day after their wedding. The brochure featured a modern detached property in Devon, where the newlyweds planned to enjoy idyllic summer holidays and short breaks. Ultimately, the house was to become the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life for the busy professionals; a place where they could truly relax and recharge their batteries and also a place to share with family and friends. Photography by Simon Upton.
Casa TMC is a project designed by Magarão + Lindenberg Arq. Having a deep appreciation for the arts is among this family’s main traits, as revealed in their 660m² house in Itanhangá, western zone of Rio de Janeiro. As long-time collectors, this couple, along with their teenage daughters, is constantly committed to exploring the creations of contemporary artists and acquiring new pieces. Photography by Juliano Colodeti.
1 Out of 300 is a project designed by Halel Architecture. The search for the perfect home is a difficult and challenging task, without a doubt. A father of a family of 6 who went on a journey to find the perfect house and saw no less than 300 properties until he found the one, together with Hadas Roth and Shira Muskal, owners of the firm “Halel Architecture and Interior Design” who are in charge of planning and designing the project, will testify to this. The new house they created is characterized by a meticulous fusion style that emphasizes original architectural motifs that are largely responsible for its uniqueness and elegance. Get ready to fall in love. Photography by Maor Moyal.
House 109 is a project designed by Frari. This house confronts one of the most important arteries in the city – the National Road EN109. Since it is designed for a residential use, the architectural piece is materialized in a uniform body which, through its shape and arrangement, protects itself from the busy road. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa 109 em Vagos com Arquitectura Frari e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
“Cheeky concept with subdued color palette” JMW architects and NVA interior design have realized the Modest Family Home in the center of Vlijmen. With a modest appearance on the facade, the house blends in with the surrounding village character. However, the new layout ensures optimal use of light and space. Photography by René de Wit.
Luminous, ethereal, harmonious and vaguely “zen” atmospheres characterize Casa Lubi, designed by ZDA and made entirely to measure with the aim of updating in a contemporary key the farmhouse that was the subject of the intervention. Which, specifically, involved the 360-degree renovation of all rooms, according to an architectural and aesthetic concept in balance between past, present and future. Photography by Matteo Sturla.
Sazerac is a project designed by NAKO Design. Japandi meets Australian influence with this modern palette of black and white warmed with soft silver elm wood accents and texture. A sophisticated home with a continuity of texture and tone throughout. Photography by Sharon Litchfield.
California Contemporary Colonial 2nd Story Addition and Major Home remodel is a project designed by Andrew Morrall Architect. A major addition and home remodel transforms an early 20th century Colonial style Historic Home. Transitional and contemporary design concepts were introduced, respecting and accentuating the historical Architecture of the home. Photography by Michelle Lee Wilson Photography, Jean Bai Photo.
Paddington Project is a project designed by Nathalie Scipioni Architects. The renovation was a part of a two-storey terrace house in Paddington. When renovating the bathroom, we aimed to utilise the space to create a modern layout with soft geometric shapes. We embraced the use of monochromic notions by including dark fixtures and accessories to create an edgy, sophisticated look. We ensured that an abundance of natural light was incorporated to provide a great source of visibility to the area and ventilation to improve airflow. Photography by Sara Vita.
The house designed by Buensalido + Architects is organized by a central axis that runs the entire depth of the property, starting from the entry foyer and terminating thru a series of sequential experienc-es with the main living area, the outdoor deck, and ultimately at the landscaped garden and pool. Photography by Ed Simon.