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  • Twin Houses

    Built on an old industrial site in Oughtibridge in the north of Sheffield, UK, where a 200-year-old corn mill used to operate, the fittingly named ‘Corn Yard’ was designed for low maintenance living based on the use of untreated materials, exposed services and energy efficiency. Designed by CODA Bespoke with the help of their clients, gallery owners, designers and identical twins...
  • Melbourne Blue-stone

    A modern blue-stone clad family home on a corner site in bay-side Melbourne suburb, Brighton, Australia. Designed by Finnis Architects the Quarry house balances strong exterior form with seamlessly integrated interiors that promote shared spaces in the heart of the home and a connection with its context. By utilizing a refined palette of blue-stone, powder coated steel and timber clad...
  • The Lake House

    The guiding design principle of Villa on the lake was to create a house that combines transparency with sustainability, forging a strong relationship between the villa and the landscape. Located in Lechlade-on-Thames, UK, the harmony between landscape and interior, architecture and nature, was a key design. The house was designed from inside out by Mecanoo , creating uninterrupted views to...
  • Between Two Worlds – NGV

    There is always something worth exploring at the Melbourne NGV, and the latest exhibition is set to engage all your sensors. Nendo Recreates The Impossible World Of MC Escher In Immersive Exhibition which opened last week. Escher X nendo – Between Two Worlds is the first exhibition in the world to feature the extraordinary work of Dutch graphic artist M. C....
  • amalgamation of past – Tel Aviv

    Located in central Jaffa in Tel Aviv, Israel, this two bedroom apartment was recently renovated by innovative Studio ETN in order to create a thoroughly modern, light-filled home in tune with the lifestyle of its owners, a professional couple with a young daughter. Occupying a standard Tel Aviv, Jaffa building, architect Eitan Cohen channeled the neighbourhood’s amalgamation of past and...
  • Family Village – Tel-Aviv

    Two separate buildings combined into one house which was inspired as a small family village in the middle of the beautiful area of Neve Tzedek, in the heart of Tel-Aviv. Through a separate entrance, the parents enter via a glass covered patio transiting to the kitchen, a small dining, living space and a private balcony, encased by a white rose...
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