Industrial House With Stripped-Back Aesthetic

Industrial House With Stripped-Back Aesthetic
Brazilian architect Rodrigo Simão has designed a house with a large scooped roof and circular swimming pool near Rio de Janeiro for himself and his family. A huge curved metal structure forms the roof and is covered in hardwood floorboards on its underside, an asphalt blanket and then shingles on top. Glass walls reach to... 
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Stylishly Renovated Mid-Century Modern Bungalow

Stylishly Renovated Mid-Century Modern Bungalow
This bungalow was built in 1920 but has been updated throughout with a light, bright, contemporary vibe. The house is larger than it appears from the street with a little over 2,000 square feet. Entering the home you are greeted with a large and bright open-plan space which is the living and dining areas. A... 
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Mid-Century Modern House With A-Frame Sections

Mid-Century Modern House With A-Frame Sections
This mid-century modern family home from Litchfield, Connecticut has a rich and beautiful history and has done remarkably well preserving its character and still looking trendy to this day. It’s a fairly big place that measures 4,234 square feet on a 15-acre lot. It’s a four-bedroom, four-bathroom house with a large open floor plan and... 
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Loungeboat: A Minimalist Apartment On The Water

Loungeboat: A Minimalist Apartment On The Water
The loungeboat is a joint creation by German architect couple, Tanja Wunderlich-Finckh and Chris Finckh, born from their love of the water. They set out to design an apartment on the water with a creative floor plan and materials not typically found on a boat and the result is a floating retreat that hits both... 
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Mid-Century Modern Home Done In Bright Colors

Mid-Century Modern Home Done In Bright Colors
Louisville Road house was constructed between 1888 and 1910 in south London and 2LG Studio was invited to renovate the house. The house belongs to a couple with a young child who, over the past few years, had restored the house to good condition, but felt that it still lacked a cohesive aesthetic. When 2LG... 
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Skigard Hytte Cabin With Detached Log Cladding

Skigard Hytte Cabin With Detached Log Cladding
Mork-Ulnes Architects has completed Skigard Hytte, a modern mountain cabin raised on pillars and made entirely from wood. Skigard Hytte consists of a regular grid of 45 wooden columns, clad with Skigard – these are long and narrow quarter-cut tree logs that are traditionally laid out diagonally by Norwegian farmers as fencing. The wooden columns... 
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Colorful And Contrasting FM House Inspired By Electronic Music

Colorful And Contrasting FM House Inspired By Electronic Music
To design the FM House in São Paulo, Brazil, Mombá Arquitetura referenced Vaporwave, a subgenre that gives nod to the 80s and 90s. While electronic music was its main inspiration, Vaporwave was also known for its surreal art and consumer culture, all of which lead the selections made for finishes, colors, and shapes. The 72-square-meter... 
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Black Barn-Inspired Minimalist House In The Netherlands

Black Barn-Inspired Minimalist House In The Netherlands
On the outskirts of a Dutch village, studio AAAN’s House Zevenhuizen is designed as a modern home that fits into a rural environment. The sculptural black form of the recent intervention makes a strong visual impact on the patchwork landscape of greenhouses, farmlands and traditional dwellings. The simple form of the house makes it seem... 
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Catchy Tiny House With A Lot Of Character

Catchy Tiny House With A Lot Of Character
We love cabins! Those tiny homes created to stay in the wild or have a separate space in your garden are perfect! But they usually have very laconic and minimalist interior, while the house we are sharing today, along with lots of practical solutions, shows off a lot of personality and catchy decor. Oasis Tiny... 
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House With Gorgeous Views And Cedar Trees On The Plot

House With Gorgeous Views And Cedar Trees On The Plot
Studio Christopher Wright Architecture was enlisted to design Kayak Point House, a new home that celebrates the lush foliage the Pacific Northwest has to offer. The home’s design is informed by several preserved large cedar trees on the plot and is inspired by the Swiss heritage of one of the owners. Due to the desire... 
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