125-Year-Old Duplex With Modern Interiors

125-Year-Old Duplex With Modern Interiors
Named ‘the Lejeune Residence’, architecture open form has revitalized a once neglected duplex building in Montréal into a single-family home with flexible interiors and an exterior garden. The open-plan spaces have been organized to provide a subtle distinction between inside and outside. During the summer, the living room furniture is moved outside to the terrace,... 
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Modern Annex Home With Lots Of Wood In Decor

Modern Annex Home With Lots Of Wood In Decor
DUBBELDAM Architecture recently completed a residential project for a young couple in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The house was called Annex because it originally consisted of two volumes. The new interiors feature an open floor plan throughout, the most notable design feature being a large wooden volume that hides ductwork, storage and a bathroom. On the... 
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Box Green Home Built To Passive House Standards

Box Green Home Built To Passive House Standards
This home in Portland, Oregon has simple, boxy forms starkly contrast with surrounding residences, its compact shape and modest scale help it fit into the traditional neighborhood without calling attention to itself. The house was built around a large birch tree, with dwarf fountain grass and porcupine grass planted in front. A weeping blue atlas... 
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Bright And Airy Extension To A California Bungalow

Bright And Airy Extension To A California Bungalow
This bright and airy extension to a California bungalow by Melbourne-based BG Architecture is all about flexible open plan living and a seamless transition between inside and out. These stylish family quarters are the perfect relaxed oasis from the bustle of the outside world. The home is full of natural light thanks to the expansive... 
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