Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki designed this two-storey house in hanekita for two family living in a residential neighbourhood in Okazaki, Japan.
With all floors drastically curved upwards, Japanese practice Takeshi Hosaka architects designed this 90 sqm house in Byoubugaura — a residential area in Yokohama, which is characterized by rolling hills — for a couple and their two children.
Located a few metres from the ‘Garden of Príncipe Real’ in Lisbon, Portugal, this 41 m² plot has allowed local firm Camarim Arquitectos to construct a small five-storey urban house for a family.
Building Engineering recently renovated two housing unites located in the “Residence di Pinamare”, a 1972 housing complex characterized by its pertinent integration with the ligurian environmental context.
In order to redefine the role and function of the traditional kitchen in Taiwan, local studio House Design has refurbished the interior of this apartment in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan.
Taiwan studio Tai & Architectural Design has recently designed the interior of this apartment rented by a couple that work in the centre of Taipei, who asked architects to create an interior that can be reverted once their lease is up.
Interior architecture firm Amos and Amos has recently completed a penthouse apartment at 21 Wapping Lane, a new 18-storey building in East London.