Fin Whale Way House is a project designed by SALT Architects. 5 Fin Whale Way is located in a tranquil coastal village called Kommetjie about 40km south of Cape Town, South Africa. It is halfway down the mountainous Cape Peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean at the south-western extremity of the African continent. The coastal towns around has an architectural heritage that stems from a combination of Cape Cottage architecture – a domestic form derived from the European medieval “longhouse” tradition, and Victorian architecture – adopted according to the climate and materials available at the time the settlers started arriving from Europe. Photography by Lindsay Rae Michael.
Petersfield House designed by Adam Knibb Architects is situated in the market town of Petersfield in Hampshire, within the conservation area and South Downs National Park.
The clients aim was to create a contemporary 4 bedroom family home, that would sit comfortably in it’s market town context and enhance the street scene with the use of the arts and crafts features of the area. Photography by Martin Gardner, Numa.
House NaMora is a project designed by Filipe Pina + David Bilo. Situated in a natural shelter of a valley at the foot of the Serra da Estrela, close to the parish of Gonçalo, in a place also known locally by the name of Mora, this agricultural property has approximately 18ha of area, and is surrounded by a dense pine tree forest. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa na Mora na Guarda com Arquitectura Filipe Pina Arquitectura e David Bilo e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
Ravenshaw Street – NW6 is a project designed by Brosh Architects. The conversation and renovation of 2 flats into a single dwelling home, transforming them back to their original configuration as a Victorian terraced home. Photography by Ollie Hammick
Karisman villa is a project designed by Sahar Salamat Team. Kelardasht has been considered by building mansions and villas due to its special climate and topographical features. Overcrowding and the tendency of people to stay away from urban spaces have led to construction in relaxing mountainous areas.
A soft yet distinctive and characterizing intervention. Renovated without changing the interior layout, Casa Sazu has been rethought by ZDA in its details and physiognomy, under the banner of a minimalist and contemporary taste, essential yet sophisticated.
ACRO Suites is a lush 5* NEW luxury eco-friendly wellbeing resort in Crete. Inspired by the beauty of simplicity, the property boasts of expertly-crafted design with lots of aesthetical elements that align with the resort’s eco-friendly positioning – rich in texture and brimming with nature motifs. In all of its rooms and suites you will find the use of stones, wood, and earthy tones, complete with raw silk bed covers and marble from Ancient Festos that together create a space where the natural fuses with aesthetics and luxury.
Lichthapper is a project designed by Studio Kloek. The existing outdated extension of this terraced house is completely replaced. The program of the new extension includes a large dining room with kitchen, a toilet and a laundry room. At the request of the client, the kitchen had to be hidden from view from the dining area. Photography by Hannelore Veelaert.
Interior designer Susanna Cots creates a comfortable space and continues to redefine what we think we know about distribution. Visiting this space implies an understanding that the limits between the obvious and the necessary have been fully studied. There is a harmonious circulation throughout, where light is sought from every corner in every room. Photography by Mauricio Fuertes.
Garden Road Backyard Renovation is a project designed by Nathan Fell Architecture. The owners knew they wanted to create spaces in their backyard that be useful and encourage them to be outside more often, but because their backyard space is so massive the scope and size of the project was initially difficult to define. After a few initial rounds of design, the project ended up creating a series of spaces near their house and pool rather than try to utilize the entirety of their yard. Photography by Sara Essex Bradley.