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This sophisticated apartment in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood has two precious commodities in New York real estate: space and light. Given that, id 810 Design Group had plenty to work with in its design.
HAO Design gave their clients’ traditional 2.5 story home in Pingtung City a minimalist makeover. The finished design, called Blank, has a light and airy feel due to its large windows and open mezzanine. Moreover, white walls and an uncluttered interior make the space feel even larger than its 1700-square feet.
New York Fashion Week as come and gone, and left us with an impression of what’s to come in the next year of fashion.
Named “The Pilot’s House”, this villa built from brick and flint masonry is an architectural gem. The residence is located in Winchester, England and has an interesting history: it is part of a collection of family homes developed for the wealthy in the mid 19th century and located close to England’s oldest school, Winchester College.
Those Architects converted a late 19th century heritage cottage into a flexible, contemporary home. The four-bedroom residence located in Armidale, Australia, added a generously-sized social zone and a secondary living room.
Svoya Studio completed this creative apartment in Ukraine for a painter and her family. For an artistic household, the project “Shhh…” had to be as unique as its name. So, complex patterns, interesting textures, and fun pops of bright color run throughout the space.
Upon entering this converted warehouse apartment, your attention is immediately drawn to its original brickwork and two stunning arched windows.
Designed by Metropole Architects, the philosophy driving this house design is to create a lasting impression of movement.
This rustic looking studio isn’t your average guest house. Located on a mountain in San Lorenzo, Ibiza, this 200 year old structure was once a stable.
Timeless, bold, and elegant. Modern design trends generally point to all white as the kitchen color palette of choice.
La Cache’s location north of Montreal, on a rocky cap within a dense forest, intertwines with the look and feel of the home. Nathalie Thibodeau Architecte’s design for this hilltop home plays with long vertical lines, and uses both large windows and a covered patio to immerse residents in the serene space.
Fall is upon us! Whether you’re excited about the start of the new season or still saying goodbye to summer, it’s undeniable that autumn has begun.
The clipboard table garners its strength from physics rather than hardware. Designed by Patrick Kusters and created by Lonc, this simple design only requires a steel frame and a wooden table top to create a great statement piece.
This restoration by McGarry-Moon Architects revives a century and a half old Victorian home into an inspiring contemporary residence.
Scenario Architecture took on the challenge of renovating this Victorian villa in London, United Kingdom.
PAD Studio’s Forest Lodge is a contemporary mobile home that looks nothing like you would expect. The architect described it as having a “feeling of solidity, serenity, and permanence” in The Architects’ Journal, which are not words commonly associated with spaces that conform to the 1968 Caravan Act.
Constructed by Don Tankersley Construction and designed by Jones Studio, Singing Sands is an Oregon residence located on Cannon Beach. This 2011 house exemplifies working with the environment to create an artistic and comfortable living space.
Nova Tayona Architects completed Lockeport Beach House on a site along Nova Scotia’s South Shore that features one kilometer of forested sandbar with tamarack and spruce trees covered in Old Man’s Beard lichen.
Belzberg Architects organized Tree Top Residence around a stunning helical staircase. The design is not just a simple helix, however. The architect explains that its eccentric design “goes from skinny to fat, narrow to wide” in Interior Design magazine. The glass balustrades on each side had to be custom bent to flow with the staircase’s sculptural curves.
Studio3plus worked with the artistic couple that owns this one-bedroom apartment in Bucharest, Romania to put their stamp on the space.