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
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.
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.
Located on the East facing topography of the idyllic Whale Beach in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, this Residential family home designed by Rama Architects is a cross between Beach Bungalow and Coastal Plantation styled Architecture. The home is staggered up the hill from the Garage and Cellar at street level, Living quarters on the natural ground Mid-Level and Bedrooms and Office above, capturing the views out to the Ocean and surrounds. Photography by Simon Whitbread.
Casa 15 by AM-arqstudio. When you first meet a client, you start traveling through spaces that are not built yet. Even before the client understands what the project goals are, the distinct spaces start taking place, sometimes is a word, other times as a perception of how a material feels when touched, and others, how the light makes you feel. Every project is a unique relation between intentions and desires translated into what is expected to be the comfort, the pleasure, and the relaxing sensation to the house’s inhabitants. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa 15 em Braga com Arquitectura AM-arqstudio e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
A new tone of Melbourne-inspired design has arrived in Palm Beach with one of the booming beachside suburb’s finest residential opportunities, Onyx now complete. Designed by Story Design Collective and constructed by local Palm Beach builders, a husband and wife team Nicquel and Sam Carmichael of Carmichael Build, ONYX has been crafted utilising the couple’s love for inspired architecture and Sam’s 20 years’ experience as a carpenter and registered builder.
Camberwell Multi-Generational House is a project designed by C.Kairouz Architects. A multi-generational residence in Camberwell, Melbourne, where three families could both be together and separate. The private development consists of a basement and 3 apartments linked together by shared communal spaces both inside and out. Photography by Emily Bartlett.
In scarce 122 square meters Casa Momoto by Taller Estilo Arquitectura is developed making reference in each of its details to the bird which the house is named after; the mayan blue, the neutral elements like a canvas for the color pallete in the plumage and the simplicity of its habitat.
Sand Dunes designed by Jemma Horsfall is an award winning house, set back from the beautiful beach of Mawgan Porth on Cornwall’s north coast. Spread over three buildings, every aspect of the property has been designed and built to complement the beauty of the natural landscape, using a range of locally sourced materials. Photography by Mark Ashbee.