Minimalist Two-Level Apartment With An Industrial Feel

Minimalist Two-Level Apartment With An Industrial Feel
One of the main dilemmas that architects face when renovating old buildings is how much, if any, of the original character to preserve. This apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, was renovated for a young professional and it shows an astutely tuned balance between old and new. 2B.group’s objective was to use the original building fabric as... 
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Scandinavian Home Built In The Late 19th Century

Scandinavian Home Built In The Late 19th Century
This luxurious Danish house shows off rustic materials, soft tones, modern touches and fresh details, everything here is in harmony. Let’s take a look at all these relaxing spaces. The house was built in the late 19th century and features Nordic minimalism, where every detail is simple yet very chic. The exterior is contrasting: there’s... 
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Casa 26: A Home As A Curated Art Piece

Casa 26: A Home As A Curated Art Piece
When you first see this house, you wonder if it’s a dwelling or a piece of art. Casa 26 on Lake Geneva is a 5-bedroom house that shows how the worlds of architecture and art may overlap making a home functional and beautiful. The home frames both its own beautiful details next to vistas of... 
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MINI LIVING Urban Cabin Inspired By Chinese Hutongs

MINI LIVING Urban Cabin Inspired By Chinese Hutongs
Inspired by traditional hutongs but modernizing their principles to explore new and improved ideas of urban living, MINI LIVING presents a functional space for living. In a surface area of just 15m², the MINI LIVING urban cabin has everything that you may need. The cabin features a rounded form with sections sliced away and open... 
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A Century Old Barn Transformed Into A Modern Home

A Century Old Barn Transformed Into A Modern Home
This home is a renovated and transformed old barn in Sweden, which was originally built in 1901. After being abandoned for a very long time, it was brought it back to life and transformed it into a beautiful and modern home by architect Jonathan Andersson. The converted barn features an L-shaped floor plan and a... 
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Cliff House With Contemporary Meets Rustic Interiors

Cliff House With Contemporary Meets Rustic Interiors
This waterfront property by US studio McCall Design and Planning is built into rugged granite boulders that face Idaho’s Payette Lake. The dwelling is called Cliff House, and the natural context determined the layout of the home’s three levels as they step down the hillside. Entrance to the wood-clad home is on the middle level,... 
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Creative Minimalist House With Inner Balconies

Creative Minimalist House With Inner Balconies
Takeshi Hosaka Architects has built a house for a couple and their child in downtown Tokyo where windows’ balconies are reversed and extruded towards its interior. The large and small platforms create a feeling of being outside, bringing life into the 73 sqm space and splitting activities in several levels, which is a trendy and... 
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Monochromatic Waterfront Holiday House In Sydney

Monochromatic Waterfront Holiday House In Sydney
This beach house is far from being typical, it features a monochromatic color scheme and literally no hints on the coastal location or the beaches around, just large windows with great views of the Pacific Ocean. The property is called Palm Beach House and is 310 square meter, originally built in the 1980s, the house... 
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Contemporary Penthouse With City Views

Contemporary Penthouse With City Views
pentTom Robertson Architects created a modern home in the sky, named the Holly Penthouse, for a family of four living in the St Kilda Hill neighborhood of Melbourne. The 375-square-meter apartment rises high boasting sweeping views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the interior an open, more expansive feeling. The kitchen features minimalist white... 
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Contemporary Pavilion Bungalow With A Geometric Shape

Contemporary Pavilion Bungalow With A Geometric Shape
The Binary House project began as a 1960’s yellow brick bungalow in Woolooware, Sydney, Australia, that was transformed by Christopher Polly Architect to include a dramatic, pavilion-like addition in the back. While the original house keeps its private front character, the back opens up and expands into the green yard to elevate the homeowners’ outdoor... 
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