Non-Typical Mid-Century Modern Home With Contemporary Aesthetics

Non-Typical Mid-Century Modern Home With Contemporary Aesthetics
This mid-century modern home in Melbourne was built by architect Harry Ernest in the 60s and then renovated to create an oasis of contemporary style but with its original authencity. This is a home with a modernist soul and a re-imagined modern allure like no other. The home features a flexible floor plan with an... 
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Industrial Apartment With Big City Views

Industrial Apartment With Big City Views
Mona Singal, architect/partner of Rua 141, and architect Rafael Zalc collaborated on an apartment in São Paulo, Brazil that desperately needed a new layout. Apartment RZ is a mere 50-square-meters which meant great detail was given to how the space was used, and we think that the architects did a great job while renovating it.... 
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Casa Takuri With Trees Growing Through It

Casa Takuri With Trees Growing Through It
The Tacuri House, or Casa Tacuri, is built by Ecuadorian studio Gabriel Rivera Arquitectos in a town known for its exceptional views of the Cumbayá Valley and its abundance of flora, including the native Algarrobo trees that grow all around. All of the existing Algarrobo trees on the property were retained, resulting in a timeless... 
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Mid-Century Modern Draper RV Mobile Home

Mid-Century Modern Draper RV Mobile Home
Cabin living and small mobile homes have become a hot trend due to lots of its advantages, and we continue sharing more and more ideas of that kind. The Draper RV is a neatly wrapped package of adventure, architecture and mad men-style cool. Draper is the brainchild of Land Ark, a brand specializing in high-end... 
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Minimalist Fortress-Like Home With A Black Exterior

Minimalist Fortress-Like Home With A Black Exterior
On the south shore of Nova Scotia adjacent to Kingsburg Beach, the Treow Brycg residence was recently completed by Omar Gandhi Architect on a plot of land surrounded by tall grasses, visiting deer, and salty sea breezes. The dark structure appears fortress-like with a slanted roof that helps protect the residence from the harsh Nova... 
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Multi-Generation Container Home Built From Scratch

Multi-Generation Container Home Built From Scratch
Ever since shipping container homes became a thing architects, designers and even private home owners have made incredible progress in making this sort of projects more accessible, customizable and simpler overall. There’s this one shipping container house that stands out. It’s a home built by a Colorado firefighter for himself and his family, who collaborated... 
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Contemporary Apartment Focusing On The Kids

Contemporary Apartment Focusing On The Kids
SVOYA studio were asked to design an apartment for a family in Dnipro, Ukraine, that didn’t forget the children or style. With 135-square-meters to work with, they made the decision to reduce the main living space to give more room for the children’s area. That resulted in a large joint space for the two daughters... 
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Modernist Home Fully Opened To Outdoors

Modernist Home Fully Opened To Outdoors
This modernist home revival was originally built in 1950 by mid-century modernist Harold B Zook. Unfortunately the house feel prey to an unthought out remodel/addition. Thanks to Emily Farnham and others, the house has been updated and looks amazing. The 90’s elements were corrected and some period finishes were added, let’s take a look at... 
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Unique Unconventional Apartment In Shanghai

Unique Unconventional Apartment In Shanghai
Pippa’s apartment by Muxin Studio is a downtown house in the Xuhui district of Shanghai, China. The owner’s unique work habits meant a multi-functional layout was required that successfully integrates work, study and leisure. The interior design has been tailored to meet the specific needs and lifestyle of the client resulting in a personal and... 
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Tiny Off-Grid Cabin That Takes You Offline

Tiny Off-Grid Cabin That Takes You Offline
Cabin living is getting more and more popular because people want to interact with nature, they want to spend time outdoors and stay connected to it when indoors. If you feel like you’ve had enough of this crazy, tech-oriented world and you just wanted to get away from all the devices and enjoy a few... 
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