The LaRue’s loved the location of the 24-unit 1980’s condo complex – a 1-2 story semi-detached affair — overlooking the golf course. But the unit was in dire need of an update, and they wanted an modern, urban feel. LaRue took the unit down to the frame model giving a complete re-design of the existing plan adding a new bedroom addition and a new porch. The townhome is now 2,000 SF of living space. The addition of the covered patio was key – and features an in-ground spa and a private view of landscape hillside bluff and Texas Hill Country. Photography by Chase Daniels.
Chelsea Loft is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. This large Chelsea loft, formally a commercial space, was renovated to create a welcoming home and backdrop to our client’s collection of rugs, art and objects. Having previously owned a home decor shop our client had a lot of experience in helping others furnish their interior environments. Photography by ddreps.
Casa Bachiller designed by Destudio is presented as a Comprehensive Housing Reform Project, where the commitment to quality has been key in our intervention. With more than 190 m2 of space, the work to be carried out has allowed our team of architects to exploit the creativity and design. Photography by Adrián Mora Maroto.
Oye Mi Canto House designed by CplusC Architectural Workshop is an alterations and additions project on a terrace-house located in the leafy suburban streets of Sydney’s Newtown, nestled into a narrow site backing onto the Carriageworks cultural precinct. Photography by Murray Fredericks.
The residence was designed by Schuchovski Arquitetura for a family in search of a new lifestyle in the port city of Itajaí (SC). An atmosphere of belonging and identity, a panoramic view of the sea, elements of Brazilianness and an ecofriendly construction were some of the premises of the project. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
“Exactly in the year of the Bauhaus centenary celebrations, we were asked to do a comprehensive interior design of an unusual house in Konstancin-Jeziorna. This house is a typical Bauhaus style villa built in 1936. Several characteristic features in the architecture of the building suggest that its author could have been Lucjan Korngold, but no documentation that could confirm it has survived. On the ground floor of the house, there is a living room with a study area, a fireplace area, a kitchen with a small dining area and pantry, a large dining room with a sitting area and a small bathroom. On the first floor, there is a library, a guest room, a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom. Photography by Joel Hauck.
WS House is project designed by Men Bureau. When a few years ago a married couple found their charming old house not far from Kyiv, they only ever intended it to be a country retreat, a place to escape to and from the city on the weekends. Then came the pandemic and our customers discovered something of a taste for country life. That’s why they spend most of their time at the house.
This single-family house project designed by Destudio was born from the idea of separating the existing plot into two independent plots. One of the zones is kept for the pre-existing house of 1,900 and the new segregation for the present project. Both plots remain separated by a wall, but visually linked from the first floor. Photography by Germán Cabo.
House in Miami is a project design by FMD Design. The goal was to build a contemporary house in a neighbourhood that is surrounded by more traditional and Mediterranean architecture. The house really stands out and has the “wow factor”. Photography by Kris Tamburello KETTAL FURNITURE:
Cala collection by Doshi Levien
Vieques & Roll collection by Patricia Urquiola
Boma collection by Rodolfo Dordoni
Landscape collection by Kettal Studio
Object Zigzag planters by Emiliana Design Studio
This family of six had outgrown the existing footprint of their house, with the small crowded kitchen being the focal point of their family life. Square Feet Architects resolved their space dilemma by removing an internal wall between the kitchen and adjacent living room to create one larger open plan kitchen-dining-living space. Photography by Jeremy Coleman.