London-based architecture studio DOSarchitects has recently completed the extension and refurbishment of a Grade II listed semi-detached Victorian townhouse in the Little Venice neighbourhood of West London.
Spanish studio Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos designed this two-storey Casa Baladrar as a holiday house in the Spanish town of Benissa.
Near the Norwegian village of Geilo, a popular skiing destination in the valley Hallingdal, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter has designed this holiday home reinterpreting the local vernacular building techniques.
Characterized by a large hipped roof, Naoi Architecture & Design Office has completed this residence for a family of four in a suburban area of Japan’s Ibaraki Prefecture.
Vertical Glass House is a urban housing prototype and discusses the notion of transparency in verticality while serving as a critic of Modernist transparency in horizontality or a glass house that always opens to landscape and provides no privacy.
Designer Ramy Fischler of French firm RF Studio has recently renovated a duplex apartment in a listed building in Paris.
With fantastic harbour views, a northerly orientation to the street-front and a wonderful garden to the rear, the challenge of this house in Mosman – designed by Australian firm Tribe Studio Architects – is to achieve sun and privacy while appreciating both views.
Spanish firm Mateoarquitectura has recently completed this luxury condo on Passatge Marimon in the Sant Gervasi neighbourhood of Barcelona, with a direct view from the main thoroughfare of Avinguda Diagonal.
De Beauvoir Road is a four-bedroom Victorian terraced house in London that has been sensitively refurbished and boldly extended by local studio Scott Architects as a sculptural form that draws in light from the sky and embraces views of its garden and surrounding trees.
The Ufogel by Peter Jungmann is a fully-furnished and functional holiday rental house in Nußdorf-Debant near Lienz, Austria, made of larch wood.