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.
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
Located in the countryside of São Paulo state (Brazil), the MG Residence designed by Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura is a one-story house where all rooms are connected in a fluid way which gives a modern living atmosphere in the countryside. Photography by Evelyn Müller.
Infinity Views is a project designed by Superseed Architecture. Inspired by the curves of the Swan River below, the textural quality of the surrounding landscape, and with design cues derived from luxury yachts, this singular residence is etched into the cliff over Blackwall Reach, offering unparalleled views of the Swan River and beyond from every habitable room. Photography by Jack Lovel.
Blue Oaks Residence is a project designed by Richard Beard Architects. The structures are simple and straightforward, reminiscent of the ranches, farms and vineyards that typify the Anderson Valley north of San Francisco. The hillside setting is populated with oaks and madrone trees. Photography by Matthew Millman.
This project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture involved the refurbishment and extension of a single level federation semi-detached dwelling. The scope involved refurbishing the street façade and retained lower level rooms, to be in line with the original period detailing, and extending to the rear and above with an additional level in a contrasting contemporary aesthetic. Photography by Luc Remond.
Tall and thin, the Haas Valley Farm Residence designed by Searl Lamaster Howe Architects perches on its site which is centered in the Driftless Area, a small pocket of the Midwest so named because the glaciers skipped over the region, leaving a surprising landscape of rolling hills and deep valleys bisected by the Mississippi River. The weekend getaway’s long and linear exterior stretches across a meadow offering views down to Grant River on one side and up to a limestone crested ridge on the other. Photography by Tony Soluri.
The Boat & Pavilion is a project designed by Unagru Architecture Urbanism for a family of sailors. The clients approached us asking to design the extension of the ground floor and to improve the relationship to the garden. The house had been refurbished with taste about fifteen years earlier, and the clients wanted to retain part of its character. Photography by Ståle Eriksen.
Villa Palm Springs is a project designed by Patrick Raffeneau. The breeze, the oozing, fresh waves, minted blue skies, gentile karma, rounded wilderness, infinite horizon in the middle of the poshest surroundings. Welcome to the unique Villa Palm Springs in St Barts, French West Indies. Photography by Jeanne LEMENN