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The architects at Brengues Le Pavec have set out to modernize this 16th century farmhouse in l’Escarène, 20 minutes away from the beautiful French Riviera towns of Nice and Monaco.
We’ll say it: moving isn’t fun. Moving can be a hassle for so many reasons. Things always end up lost, and something always gets broken.
YOD Studio of Commercial Design combined ancient Chinese traditions with the idea of cosmopolitanism, using influences from Singapore, Honk Kong, and New York City. The result is BAO restaurant, an exciting addition to the Kiev restaurant scene.
One thing that will never be in style — watermarks on your tables. Luckily, coasters save the day by keeping our drinks off the table and look good doing it.
The dominant center of MC Architecture Studio’s Black Door House in Christchurch, New Zealand uses elements of modern art sculpture in its striking design. Here, angled walls along the back have floor-to-ceiling glazing on each floor with a mix of different window pane sizes. Above head, a winged roof hangs out providing shade and emphasizing the building’s unique form.
MSP Design Development’s project, Rising Glen House, on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles has all of the features you would expect in high-end real estate, including a master bedroom that the designers claim “you never want to leave.” One side of the expansive bedroom includes a modern sitting area and bar curled around a geometric coffee table. The couch faces a partial wall and double-sided fireplace that connect to the main sleeping area Lying in bed, you look out through floor-to-ceiling windows and a terrace onto the bright lights of downtown LA. The master suite also includes a large bathroom and walk-in closet with eye-catching contemporary design features.
Jonas Lindvall designed Villa N1 as an adaptation of the wooden barns and horizontal planks that typify architecture in this part of Swedish coast.
0-co2 architettura sostenibile based G-M House on the idea of “architecture without architects.” The project aims to let the southeast Italian coastal micro-climate influence every aspect of the design. In order to do this, they revived ancient rules of construction and used locally sourced materials. The end result is a traditional and energy-efficient home.
Formafatal gave this 840-square-foot apartment in the heart of Prague a modern look using cork. This soft wood is a more sustainable construction material because it is made using bark, which grows back, and does not require actually cutting down the tree.
Libby Kirwin worked with an investor on the Carey School condo renovation that gave new purpose to a historic elementary school in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island.
Casa Magayon by SARCO Architects is a luxury hideaway perched on an isolated hillside in the jungles of Costa Rica overlooking Papagayo Bay.
A few weeks ago, I saw a picture on Instagram of a simple white daybed on a glass-enclosed porch. It was raining outside, but bright inside, and I decided immediately that my someday-home with its own bright porch will need to have a daybed just like this.
Tiny houses across the country are showing that big style can be effortless in a small living space, like in this floating home just outside Vancouver’s central business district.
LLI Design have recently completed the Southwood Project, a total interior design and refurbishment of a 1970’s London townhouse.
This coastal home in Australia was envisioned by Coy Yiontis Architects for an older couple with a soft spot for traveling.
The Blanche Chalet, whose name evokes the spirit of the vernacular houses of the region, is situated in La Malbaie’s area of the “Terrasses Cap à l’Aigle”, Canada. ACDF Architecture opted for a simple geometry and natural materials to gently complement the landscape in a modern fashion.
The Du Tour Residence in Montréal, Canada is the result of a renovation project completed by Open Form Architecture in collaboration with interior design firm FX Studio.
Like Skippy or Jif, Team Edward or Team Jacob, everyone seems to have a firm opinion about open shelving.
Loft in Marmalade got its quirky name from the building’s history as part of a marmalade factory in Szczecin, Poland that was active until the start of WWII. The design firm Loft Szczecin went to pains to keep much of the original character of the building for an outcome that is unexpected and unique.
Tie-dye is all grown up and back in our homes. Long gone are the rainbow hues that are admittedly more boho than chic.