Canadian architecture firm Naturehumaine has recently refurbished a 1960s family house, called ‘Closse Residence’, adding large glazed doors and a new sculptural staircase.
The Mirror Houses are a pair of holiday homes designed by Italian based architecture and design firm Peter Pichler Architecture, set in the marvellous surroundings of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, amidst a beautiful scenery of apple trees, just outside the city of Bolzano.
In what was once an aged neighbourhood of the city, in a building from 1938, architect Filipe Melo Oliveira refurbished this tiny 46 sqm apartment that today rises in one of the flourishing areas of Lisbon, Portugal.
Located at Shellety Point on the western coastline of South Africa, the Silver Bay Villa by architecture office SAOTA and interiors practice Antoni Associates is a contemporary interpretation of vernacular architecture.
Israeli firm Hankin Shavit Architecture & Design refurbished this 95 sqm loft on the 12th floor of a prefabricated exposed concrete building built in the early 60’s. From the loft, found at the top of the building in southern Jaffa, Tel Aviv, there are some spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and the ancient neighborhoods of Jaffa and Tel Aviv.
A designer, his two sons, and their tireless terrier Winston share a small 1950’s building that stands rather unnoticed among its neighbors in the Mile-Ex district in Montréal. The robust walls of this former workshop, however, hide a jewel conversion within led by Atelier Moderno.
“All I Own House is a project that materializes the interior of a house through its inhabitant’s personal belongings,” explain PKMN Architectures about their All I Own House, a small customizable house and studio for the graphic designer Yolanda R. Pila of ERREPILA Design Studio.
Set within a wooded area of the seaside area of Valeria del Mar, near the city of Pinamar on the Atlantic coast, 360 km south of Buenos Aires, Casa SV by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos is the result of the perfect interaction between slabs of timber-imprinted concrete and sheets of glass.
Designed by two young Portuguese architects, Diogo Passarinho and Duarte Caldas first residential project, is a white space dedicated to young couple with two babies. Located in Lisbon´s city center, this two story space is conceived as a sleeping area and a workplace for the fashion blogger ‘More is Better’.