Contemporary Home Resembling A TreeHouse

Contemporary Home Resembling A TreeHouse
The two-storey South Yarra House extension in Melbourne was built by AM Architecture. Plants are expected to grow up the sides of this house, which creates a new master bedroom and living spaces for the owners. The aim for South Yarra House is to create a place that is both wonderful to inhabit, and one... 
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Bewboc House That Looks Like A Concrete Barrel Vault

Bewboc House That Looks Like A Concrete Barrel Vault
Bewboc House by Fabian Tan is a suburban terrace residence in Kuala Lumpur, malaysia, the form of which resembles a concrete barrel vault. Owned by a young family who requested for a minimal intervention, the project is an addition to an existing corner house, while the brief also included the re-purposing of the living spaces... 
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Minimalist Steel Barn House With An Asymmetrical Roof

Minimalist Steel Barn House With An Asymmetrical Roof
This may look like your average rustic barn from a distance but as you get closer a modern and sophisticated house starts to take shape. Located in Jackson, US, this lovely home was designed and built by CLB Architects. It occupies a flat piece of land with 360 degree views of the surroundings. On the... 
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Brooklyn Townhouse In Touch With Nature

Brooklyn Townhouse In Touch With Nature
RES4 recently completed a five-story townhouse for a young family of four in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Living in a city often takes away one’s sense of nature, so the client wanted to establish an indoor-outdoor connection on every floor and it was done properly. The townhouse’s grid-like façade consists of brick and black aluminum, while... 
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House Designed Around A Japanese Garden

House Designed Around A Japanese Garden
The Hidden Cove residence is located on Lake Washington and it consists of cedar-clad pavilions organized around a Japanese garden. The home features amazing views of the water and the Cascade Mountains in the distance. The owners desired a tranquil atmosphere and access to water. The residence also needed to accommodate their unique collection of... 
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Clifftop Mid-Century Modern Home In Cape Town

Clifftop Mid-Century Modern Home In Cape Town
South African practice Antonio Zaninovic Architecture Studio has overhauled a 1960s house in Cape Town with designer Tara Bean, adding outdoor areas to make the most of its ocean views. The four-storey Icaria House serves as a holiday home for a South African who grew up in the city and now lives in New York.... 
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Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles

Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong-based architecture practice NCDA, “The Imperfect Residence” is a recently refurbished Hong Kong one-bedroom apartment. The title nevertheless succinctly references the designer’s guiding light, namely the ancient Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi which is based on finding beauty in the imperfect and valuing simplicity. Translated into the language of interior... 
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Contemporary Paris Apartment With Blues And Geometry

Contemporary Paris Apartment With Blues And Geometry
This one-bedroom apartment in Paris, France, was renovated in contemporary style but with a touch of traditional French chic. It was a project completed by studio JCPDR Architecture  and it involved making a few structural changes in addition to giving the place a new aesthetic. The most important change was the addition of a second... 
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Unique Villa Surrounded By Unique Plant Life

Unique Villa Surrounded By Unique Plant Life
While designing unique Cam Thanh A&A Villa, VRA design took advantage of the project’s rich cultural and natural contexts. The house is located in the ancient Vietnamese town of Hoian surrounded by diverse and unique plant life. The design of the house serves to highlight and promote such elements as the geometries and materiality recall... 
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Contemporary Double-Height Extension With Much Light

Contemporary Double-Height Extension With Much Light
Originally built in 1876, this dark home got an extension with an open layout. Architecture practice Timmins + Whyte has added a double-height gabled extension to it illuminating its formerly light-starved living spaces. The owners wanted to live, cook, gather, lounge, read and socialize in one sunny, externally connected space. The studio created a contemporary... 
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