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E2211 by Ravel Architecture

E2211 by Ravel Architecture is an urban retreat in Austin Texas that was developed, designed, and built by Ravel Architecture. Photography by Chase Daniel.

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Stratford Creek Rambler by Matt Garcia Design

Stratford Creek Rambler is a project designed by Matt Garcia Design. This is a 500sf addition to the firm’s first major commission. Surrounded in nature, the Rambler provides the owners with a little more room to spread out and a space to disconnect and unwind. Taking advantage of the steep site, the addition is set a full level below the house, providing a strong connection with the active creek below. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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Minimalist Classic NYC Brownstone by JBA Collective

The aspirations of this project designed by JBA Collective was to envision a one of a kind home, embracing minimalism and contemporary design culture, while respecting historic urban context and structure. Our design for this Upper East Side townhome did just that through a consistent interweaving of materiality, program, light and nature. The resulting home contains four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an art gallery, entertainment spaces, private living and dining spaces, interior and exterior gardens, gym, and library. Photography by Katie Schuering, Sean Litchfield.

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Bloco Habitacional I by Carolina Freitas Arquitectura

Bloco Habitacional I is a project designed by Carolina Freitas Arquitectura. In a residential area (surrounded by urban developments, subdivisions and plots to be built) the project grew (also depending on the subdivision where it is located) from the natural limits of the plot; these, by themselves, challenge the orientation of the surrounding urban context, creating an exception on the urban alignment. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Edificio Multifamiliar Lapa em Alvergaria da Arquitecta Carolina Freitas e fotografia de Ivo Tavares Studio

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NIU N70 by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

The NIU project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos arises with the purpose of innovating construction systems to increase precision in the materialization of architecture. Deadlines and certain costs that improve the quality of human environments, making them more sustainable and healthy. Photography by Fernando Guerra.

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Rediscovering a House by Felipe de Almeida

A 430m² house that was abandoned and closed for over six years in São Paulo was the scenario found by Felipe de Almeida Studio. In its development, it was necessary to revitalize it to bring back its soul and new stories, without losing its architectural identity, but updating it to a more modern and cozy living. Photography by Evelyn Müller.

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Lush Beverly Hills Bungalow by Abramson Architects

Blurring the edges between indoors and out, the re-design of this Beverly Hills Residence designed by Abramson Architects focuses on redistributing the home’s layout to create a welcoming internal courtyard. Once inside the entry vestibule, a series of well-composed sightlines establish a simultaneously elegant and informal entry sequence. The lush interior garden is a sanctuary, easily accessible from the kitchen, dining room, and living room. photography by Manolo Langis.

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The Storehouse by Starbox Architecture

The brief tried to answer ‘How can we live with our loved ones as well as our most treasured possessions under the same roof’? The Storehouse designed by Starbox Architecture looks to blend a typical dwelling with offsite storage into one. Photography by Aaron Jones.

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Viewfinder House by Faulkner Architects

Viewfinder House is a project designed by Faulkner Architects. “Can all of the rooms enjoy this view?” was our client’s question on our first site walk. We were looking at the Pacific Crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the distance. This question formed the seed of our conceptual approach to the design of the house. We organized the family-driven program of 7,200 square feet into a simple two-part scheme. The lower-level base follows the street geometry, while the upper levels are twisted slightly to align with the view. The steel base protects the structure from deep winter snows common in the Sierra Nevada and allows the lower-level form to disappear into the grade on the high side of the topography. Photography by Paul Hamill.

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Residência HRB by Schuchovski Arquitetura

Residência HRB is a project designed by Schuchovski Arquitetura. The relaxed spirit of the couple who envisioned a concise and contemporary home motivated the architectural party of a construction open to the landscape. A house so that they can live in their lifestyle and that represents their personality, meeting the practical and functional needs of everyday life. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.

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