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.
Keeping it Local is a project designed by Studio Dulu. This young family has decided to upgrade their lifestyle in a new dream home, whilst staying loyal to the same north Tel Aviv neighborhood in which they have lived for many years. The owners limited their property search to a few neighboring streets and ended up purchasing their dream home in the form of a triplex apartment. Photography by @Verbalit
Embedded into the landscape, ‘Ha Ha Haus’ designed by FIGR Architecture Studio is located in a leafy pocket of Alphington (Wurundjeri Country) where front fences are a refreshingly rare sighting. Photography by Tom Blachford.
Paralelogamo House designed by Najas Arquitectos is a private commission for a family home located in the Cumbayá Valley in Quito, Ecuador. The design features two parallelogram-shaped volumes that create an “L” configuration to meet the architectural needs of the client and maximize the visual and physical connections to the stunning landscape views of the site. The layout allows for complete fluidity between the internal spaces and private gardens. Photography by Bicubik Photography.
A couple approached Nathalie Scipioni Architects, with significant experience as building developers, to subdivide an existing lot and design two standalone dwellings. The site is north facing yet narrow; the clients engaged Nathalie Scipioni Architects to ensure that both properties received ample natural light throughout both dwellings. The brief and site required intelligent planning to maximise sun penetration and flexible living. The design mediated the desire to deliver a high-end light-filled dwelling with the need to stay within the client’s set budget for the project. Photography by Justin Macintosh.
A terrace on the park by Diego Revollo. With a breathtaking perspective of the Ibirapuera woods and monumental complex framed by the skyline of São Paulo, this 600m2 apartment. apartment already offered a visual spectacle in itself. Our challenge was, therefore, to transform it into a home for a couple and their child, emphasizing aspects of their contemporary lifestyle and specific personalities, seeking balanced refinement and enhancing such a privileged panorama of the city. Photograph by Fran Parente.
Vértigo House designed by Najas Arquitectos is a great example of a project which arises from physical limitations and could only be the result of its unique site and the client’s willingness to invest in a parcel which was considered useless for its steep slope. Photography by Bicubik Photography.
Forte House is a project designed by pema studio. A well-established urban residential area in the city of Santo Tirso – The intervention is inevitably a reflex response to this complex and challenging context. Urban plot, confined between neighbors and whose visible confrontations had little or nothing significant from the landscape point of view. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio
Casa Forte em Santo Tirso com Arquitectura Pema Studio e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
Eola Hills Residence is a project designed by Ueda Studio. The home’s location, atop the Eola hills near Salem, Oregon, boasts views of mountains and the city of Salem to the east, and rolling hills and wine country to the west. When low clouds descend over the valley in the morning, the house appears to be on top of the world. The client’s brief was simple, create a comfortable home for their family (a couple with two young children and two German Shepherds), that takes advantage of the site’s spectacular views and that serves as refuge from work life—a home that balance a sense of retreat with functionality and durability. Photography by Kevin Scott.
Bat Galim Duplex is a project designed by Erez Shani Architecture. The Duplex apartment is an “up-side down” layout. The Lower and entrance floor, consists of three bedroom suites , whereas the Master Suite is designed to have the ability to transform into a loft like open space which connects to the entrance hall/family room.
The upper rooftop floor consists of all of the public amenities of the apartment, and an 80 sqm rooftop terrace which overlooks the coast, Mount Carmel, and the port of the City of Haifa. Floor to ceiling windows on the top floor allow for the optimization of varied views from the apartment , and allow for flexible connectivity between the indoor and outdoor spaces. Photography by tal nisim