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Welcome to a beautiful Swedish apartment, displaying a cheerful overall decor and inspiring color additions. This luminous apartment is located on Badhusgatan, a street in Gothenburg, Sweden. Despite its central location, the neighbourhood is relaxed and calm, offering a unique tranquil living experience. The loft was originally built in 2009, and combines a clean style to its design with the more rustic elements of exposed ceiling and wall beams to create a unique effect. With a large balcony to the east, a […]

Designed by AR Design Studio,  4 Views House is a beautiful private residence completed this year, in 2014.  Located in Winchester, England, this striking upside-down build contrasts with its conventional neighbours, displaying a flat overhanging roof, dark grey brick, cedar cladding and grey aluminium framed windows. The conceptual drive behind his house was the principle of the 3 N’s: Nature, Natural light and Natural air. The form of the replacement house is defined by four interlocking boxes, the enclosed space at their centre forms a ‘Zen’ garden, with […]

Architectslab is a design collective – founded in 2002 by three leading partners – which functions as a team of architects and designers collaborating on a variety of projects. Each individual commission is studied and designed in team, which allows a diversity of visions for each specific design. Synthesis helps to create coherent and structural design ideas in which timelessness and functionality are key. After the renovation and expansion of the historic house, the garden had to be changed. The striking floating floorboards and […]

Ormond Rd Apartments is a simple, clean and visual building that respects its community, surroundings and local history without compromising its design. The site has been maximized to the volume of its boundaries but a sense of depth is generated with the materials returning within the fac?ade, emphasizing the layers of the building that visually penetrate the block. The front of the building responds to the horizontal layered history of the strip from street level shops, to the changes and additions that […]

Designed by Jost Architects – Patrick Jost, the Elwood House is a new residential dwelling with a separate garage and studio to the rear. The client’s brief was for a modern family home that was interesting and exciting but not to the detriment of the comfort to the occupants and within a sensible budget. The house is separated into two clearly defined elements to the upper and lower levels. The lower is a solid masonry form, giving the impression that a […]

Designed in 2008 by Alexander Brenner Architects, the Heidehof House still looks like a contemporary building. This beautiful residence is located in Stuttgart, Germany and it sits on a 377 square meter plot.   The shape of the plot required an elongated building that also had to run parallel to the road. The house has a sleek and elegant design. It features a large wood-clad garage wall and it also includes a white cube that rises above the zebra striped near the […]

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Giant outdoor sofas, airy daybeds and inviting lounge chairs are the perfect place to sprawl out, read, relax or snooze. This is where the new outdoor lounge furniture comes in. Take a look and dream away… Designed by Monica Armani, the Tosca collection is simultaneously warm and inviting, stylish and intriguing. It was the first time TRIBÙ called upon a female designer to draw an outdoor furniture piece and that is noticeable in the design. Rounded forms, tapered legs and an […]

This contemporary apartment building was designed in 2009 by Andrew Burges Architects. Located in Sydney, Australia, the archutects designed the threshold for this boathouse with weight and solidity to create a cavernous quality to the interior that is distinct from the surrounding lightweight timber boathouse structures. The boathouse was part of a seven level structure containing 2 apartments on a steeply sloping site in Point Piper. We designed all the apartment plans to slowly reveal and then open to the harbour and landscape beyond, […]

Designed by Kariouk Associates, the requirements for this project called for the design of a small home that would respond to the evolving life needs of a young couple, with two small boys, who intend to live their lives here for the next half century. The home is set as far back as possible within a contoured landscape, effectively turning the “basement” into a “lower level” that opens fully to the light and views of the large front garden. Here, and […]

Designed by Formline Architecture + Urbanism, this architectural insertion, tucked deep within the Boreal Forest, truly uncovers a more accessible hot spring facility for people in search of a soothing mineral bath. In Northern Canada, along the Alaskan Highway and between mountains, lies a mineral pool fed by underground water heated deep within the earth, seeping up from the fissures in the fractured bedrock below. The Liard River Hot Springs project replaces the existing timber deck and change room facility that […]