House On Fanø Inspired By Traditional Danish Longhouses

House On Fanø Inspired By Traditional Danish Longhouses
On the island of Fanø, Denmark, Lenschow & Pihlmann has completed a new single-family dwelling inspired by the traditional longhouse typology. With its elongated shape, the vernacular architecture style stems from the need to offer protection from the island’s harsh prevailing winds while housing both barn and accommodation under one continuous roof. In reference to... 
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Colorful Minimalist Apartment Inspired By Mondrian’s Artworks

Colorful Minimalist Apartment Inspired By Mondrian’s Artworks
Rustem Urazmetov has completed his residential interior design project Mondrian, in Moscow, Russia. The architect has applied a non-standard interior color scheme, in an attempt to express the individuality of the owners through bright colors and minimalist shapes. The open-plan apartment by Rustem Urazmetov was designed for a young couple with a child. The living... 
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Costa Rica Jungle Villa With An Industrial Facade

Costa Rica Jungle Villa With An Industrial Facade
On a jungle hillside in Costa Rica, this luxury home quite literally blends with its wild environment thanks to a low profile and a green roof. The house built by architects Dagmar Štěpánová and Martina Homolková of Formafatal features an industrial façade and a serenely luxurious interior. The exterior of the house is protected by... 
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Preston Hollow House Of Three Cast-Concrete Volumes

Preston Hollow House Of Three Cast-Concrete Volumes
This Dallas residence is called the Preston Hollow home and was designed by American studio Specht Architects being influenced by the texture and shape of modern Dallas, Texas houses built in the 1950s and 1960s. The architecture is brutalist and the long cast concrete volumes comprise 8,826 square feet (820 square meters). Specht Architects oriented... 
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Contemporary Catalonian Home On A Sloped Site

Contemporary Catalonian Home On A Sloped Site
At the border between a village and a forest in Catalonia, Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura has built a private residence on a small hill. Embedded into the contours of the land and boasting panoramic views of lush greenery, the ‘forest stone’ house intends to establish a relationship with the natural surroundings. Rising three storeys, the building... 
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Modern Lisbon Townhouse Of A Historic Building

Modern Lisbon Townhouse Of A Historic Building
Located in Lisbon, this historic three-storey townhouse has been adroitly converted by local practice SIA arquitectura into two interlocking yet distinct residences that share a sunny courtyard. Taking its name from Rua de São Marçal, the street it’s situated on, the project involved the accommodation of two contemporary homes with minimal interventions to the centuries-old... 
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Eye-Catchy Industrial-Inspired Stockholm Home

Eye-Catchy Industrial-Inspired Stockholm Home
Buster + Punch founder Massimo Buster Minale recently transformed his personal property in suburban Stockholm into an urban style loft. Minale originally planned to demolish the home and start from scratch, but in the end he decided to renovate and restructure to create his desired family abode. The home features an abundance of bespoke designs... 
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Coastal Cabin On Stilts With Ocean Views

Coastal Cabin On Stilts With Ocean Views
On a small site surrounded by forests in coastal Maine, the team at Whitten Architects built a wonderful cabin retreat that blends together modern design with rustic influences. The cabin is perched on steel columns which elevate it off the ground, one-storey high in the air. This gives it a treehouse-inspired look and helps to... 
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Contrasting Minimalist Home In The Lush Vegetation

Contrasting Minimalist Home In The Lush Vegetation
Ridge Road Residence’s minimal blackened timber facade is tucked away behind a layer of thick Australian vegetation, making it almost invisible upon first glance. Melbourne-based architecture practice studiofour designed the home with this camouflage element in mind, hoping to take a gentle architectural approach that respects the site’s distinctive landscape. The site is placed on... 
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Contemporary Amsterdam Home From An Old Warehouse

Contemporary Amsterdam Home From An Old Warehouse
The creative director of design studio Framework has turned a neglected 19th-century warehouse in Amsterdam into a plush family home for his wife and two children. The house is located along the waters of the city’s Prinsengracht canal and occupies a disused warehouse that was originally constructed back in 1896. Framework first had to figure... 
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