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Tie-dye is all grown up and back in our homes. Long gone are the rainbow hues that are admittedly more boho than chic.
It’s not easy to stand out in the renowned NYC hotel market, but Maramara Park Avenue has caught travelers’ attention with rooms that feel like your own New York apartment on Park and a spa straight out of the Mediterranean. The company enlisted a team of NYC designers for this project, architecture firm Ismael Leyva Architects and interior designer Joe Ginsberg.
Named Beachyhead, this complex modern residence by SAOTA makes the most of its privileged location in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa. The site slopes down to the beach and has uninterrupted views over the Indian Ocean, Robberg to the South East and the Outeniqua Mountains in the distance towards the North.
Jarmund/Vigsnæs Architects (JVA) completed Red House in a wooded river valley outside of Oslo, using a concept and color that vividly stand out in this natural setting.
Jamba Juice’s recently opened Innovation Bar in Pasadena, California showcases a fresh new design idea completed by Bestor Architecture, one that combines branding with local influences. The idea is to make stores stand out from the generic, repetitive experience found at most chains.
The owners of this property outside of Seattle, Washington—a UX designer and the head of a non-profit with a knack for painting—moved to raise their daughters in the Pacific Northwest. The Bridle Trails Neighborhood where they landed is dotted with horse stables that were of no use to the family, but it gave SHED Architecture and Design’s plenty to work with in their Stable Conversion project.
This chic, modern apartment located on the outskirts of Taipei, Taiwan was tailored to the lifestyle of a young couple working in the product design industry.
This vivid apartment design in Singapore was inspired by street art and pop imagery. Envisioned by KNQ Associates, for a restless bachelorette, the project successfully integrates a collection of toys, art and wacky objects.
The Apartment in Alfinach renovation by rh Studio is the perfect answer to its young couple owners’ complaints that small space living was no longer working. It makes the most of all 753-square feet in a modern, minimalist design.
This comfortable and stylish family home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina received major environmentalist cred recently by going net positive. Architect Arielle Condoret Schechter said that the home was producing $22 more energy per month than it consumed at the time of her report on the project.
Christopher Polly Practice completed the design and development of Unfurled House, a modern family home located in Petersham, Australia.
The artistic waves in this sculptural One Main Office renovation were designed by dECOi Architects, with each piece fully customized to be elegant and functional. The two planes, floor and ceiling, appear to naturally arc across the room. According to dECOi, it “expresses both the digital genesis and the seamless fabrication logic.” For this project, the architects provided machining files that detailed the exact forms they had envisioned for this space. The fabricators used a 3-axis Computer Numeric Control (CNC) router to mill plywood sheets with extreme precision. In fact, the process made little to no errors in well over a million linear feet of plywood cutting.
This three-bedroom European villa in Malibu’s coveted Zuma Beach does not have the gilded look you would expect from a celebrity home, although it was owned by Victoria Secret model Tatjana Patitz. Its more subtle refinery is in a million tiny details throughout the home, like seashells and sea glass worked into a cement bathroom wall.
500 square feet may not seem like a lot of space. But to some, it’s more than enough to create a comfortable and welcoming home.
Bhuwalka House is expansive home in Bengaluru, India, completed by Khosla Associates, that showcases Indian raw materials with its bright Jaisalmer yellow sandstone floors. They contrast nicely within a rich blue interior wall, exposed concrete walls, and timber roofing.
Alexandra Magne brought her characteristic mix of styles, materials, and finds from Parisian markets to Duplex Republique, a 1,200-square-foot apartment within an old building in Paris’s 10th district. The end result is a harmonious mix of industrial and Scandinavian styles.
Yaroslav Galant collaborated with interior decorator Ilona Galant for the design of the “Nice Way Hostel Porto“, in northern Portugal.
Exploiting the contrasts between opacity and light, architect Jean Verville developed Fahouse, a modern twin dwelling located in Eastern Townships, Canada. Derived from the archetypal figure of the house, the double triangular prism looks like an illustration from a children’s story.
Tim Ditchfield Architects’ White Box project houses a small piece of paradise in Noosaville, Australia. The street-facing front of the home includes a walled courtyard that gives the space privacy from coming and going traffic.
Going into the office can be tough — we get it. No matter how much you do (or don’t) love your job, spending 40 hours per week in an uninspiring space of fluorescent bulbs and blank walls is bound to leave anyone daydreaming for better design.