Naremburn House That Shifts Volumes And Geometries

Naremburn House was designed by Bijl Architecture in Sydney, Australia. To accommodate the design, they utilized shifting volumes and geometries to result in a variety of irregularities. The clients wanted a light-filled interior, completely unique rooms (no square ones), and a place to “live long”. With the site’s irregular landscape, they incorporated subtle level changes... 
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Modern Annex Home With Lots Of Wood In Decor

DUBBELDAM Architecture recently completed a residential project for a young couple in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The house was called Annex because it originally consisted of two volumes. The new interiors feature an open floor plan throughout, the most notable design feature being a large wooden volume that hides ductwork, storage and a bathroom. On the... 
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Modern Family Lake House With Clutter-Free Interiors

What used to be the family’s campsite on Lake Superior in Wisconsin is now a fascinating family retreat. The interiors of the 1,280-square-foot main house are dressed in clear basswood, reflecting warmth and evoking closeness to nature. Simple decor creates a clutter-free environment. Its unusual shape is framed by a storage building and woodshed made... 
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Modern Open-Plan Renovation For A Usual Boxy Home

A glass-walled addition designed by architect Níall Hedderman unifies kitchen, dining, and living at a compact 1930s home. The home’s spacious rear garden offered ample room for an extension. A sheltered deck allows the residents to enjoy the outdoors even when the weather’s inclement. A glass wall, provided by Mitchell Glass, grants an immediate and... 
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