California Contemporary Colonial 2nd Story Addition and Major Home remodel is a project designed by Andrew Morrall Architect. A major addition and home remodel transforms an early 20th century Colonial style Historic Home. Transitional and contemporary design concepts were introduced, respecting and accentuating the historical Architecture of the home. Photography by Michelle Lee Wilson Photography, Jean Bai Photo.
Flat Blanc by Studio Bomb is a minimal home located in Bangalore, India designed by Studio Bomb. It has been designed intended to be a source of inspiration, where kaleidoscopes of atmospheres are woven to create a surreal experience. The palette sets the narrative, sophistication with materials and simplicity with form. Photography by Arjun Krishna.
Paddington Project is a project designed by Nathalie Scipioni Architects. The renovation was a part of a two-storey terrace house in Paddington. When renovating the bathroom, we aimed to utilise the space to create a modern layout with soft geometric shapes. We embraced the use of monochromic notions by including dark fixtures and accessories to create an edgy, sophisticated look. We ensured that an abundance of natural light was incorporated to provide a great source of visibility to the area and ventilation to improve airflow. Photography by Sara Vita.
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
GOLDENE ROSE by noa*: A kaleidoscope of the past. It is not unusual for adjoining buildings to become architecturally connected. But this project’s story is one of a kind: in the former imperial city of Dinkelsbühl, noa* has succeeded in giving different architectural identities, each with its own history and peculiarities, a common face. Photography by Alex Filz.
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.
An Entire Home Remodel and Addition in the Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco by Andrew Morrall Architect. The design features a unique, flowing, serpentine expansive kitchen island leading you from the Main Entry towards the open Living Dining Area with expansive views of the San Francisco Skyline. Photography by Jean Bai.
Autumn in the North, a new project by Susanna Cots. A home without walls or doors that plays with distribution as a connection strategy. We are so used to living by the same patterns and the same rules, that we forget to listen to our instincts. And not only in making professional, personal or family decisions. But also, in creating a home. Photography by Mauricio Fuertes.