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  • timeless Monaco

    The prolific, young interior design duo of Humbert and Poyet have created an elegant, single apartment located in Monaco, which marries the glamour, sophistication worthy of its location. Combining two apartments in a 1970’s building, complete with an era-appropriate, ceramic mosaic façade – afforded the designers the unique opportunity to work in a 380 square meter space – a size...
  • naturally lit

    When Tom and Meeghan McInerney bought a 1940s house in Lake Wendouree it was, despite its age, anything but a renovator’s delight. Previously owned by two sisters who had lived there for 60 years, the property had been extremely well looked after, even coming with a maintenance record that detailed such upkeep as biannual repainting. The original timber paneling and...
  • Carlton simplicity

    The Carlton House is an example of clever space planning and simple design aesthetic.  Now transformed, the house is full of light and life which most inner city terraces struggle to achieve. Tom Robertson Architects have reconfigured the small heritage workers cottage in the back streets of Carlton, Melbourne  bring light and volume into the once dark spaces of this site....
  • meticulously crafted

    Belarus, is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe, which is known for its Stalinist architecture, grand fortifications and primeval forests. In the modern capital, Minsk, the monumental KGB Headquarters loom over Independence Square, which makes it the last place you would expect to find minimalism alive and well. The meticulously crafted Buddha Apartment by local ZROBYM Architects. Named the Buddha...
  • a quiet life

    The tranquil site is surrounded by the leafy woods, in Minamiga, near Nagano, Japan was planned to have its building lower than treetops of the woods to coexist with terrain and neighboring buildings. The owner lives a busy life as a doctor, and he requested for a quiet environment where he could get away from daily life for a moment...
  • simultaneously introverted & extroverted

    Casa de la Brisa is a holiday house situated in a typical village of the Costa Brava, Spain. The strong, expressive volume is anchored on a plot with steep slopes that offer views onto the open sea. Designed by Buchmeiervil? the project aim was to create a house that offered privacy and captured views. Therefore, the house is simultaneously introverted and...
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