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  • A place amongst the Poplars

    Alexander Place is a Grade II listed Georgian terrace, sitting in the heart of swanky South Kensington, London. Nestled amongst a Poplar lined street, the listed exterior required the deft hand of Minale + Mann to fineness the renovation. Redefining the internal space typologies to a more contemporary layout, Minale + Mann have created a generous family home. The design...
  • The Bookshelf house

    Italian architect Andrea Mosca has renovated a formerly dark house in a nice suburb close to Paris into a light-filled residence that houses hundreds of books around the living spaces. The Bookshelf House was created for a family of five who fell in love with the room-length bookshelf at a friend’s house, where they were staying during the renovation. The...
  • The Red House

    This house is located in a small village in Azeitao, south of Lisbon. Protected by hills from the Atlantic Ocean, the area has a mild Mediterranean microclimate, creating the ideal conditions for growing grapes, producing some of the country’s finest wines. Re-designed by Extra Studio the project consists of the conversion of a former winery, built by the client’s grandparents...
  • Bachelor Party

    Hernandez Greene are the duo responsible for the transformation of this Greenwich Village apartment from basic white box to ultra-glam bachelor pad. The brief for this project was simple – create a home that did double time as a space to display art and to entertain on a lush scale. Katrina Hernandez and Joshua Greene of Hernandez Greene devised a...
  • peace and harmony

    Built on a hillside that faces south and looks across a body of water, the result of happenstance the property has been in architects Jim Olson’s family since the early 1900s in Washington State- rather than any grand design, the cabin’s location and orientation proved to be the perfect place for contemplation and creative work, something that Olson realized later...
  • lakeside house

    Architectural studio “A Parallel Architecture”, described the Lake Austin Residence, “like a butterfly specimen pinned to its mounting”. This lake-front home’s light floating roofs are anchored to its site by heavy rustic limestone, while its horizontal footprint is spread out and sewn through the sycamore, cypress and pecan trees. The resulting form reflects the organic character of its site, and...
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