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  • Forever Home – Brunswick

    Located in Brunswick, Melbourne, Union is a playful, multi-level new home, on a narrow 5.5 metre wide block. A couple with three energetic teenage boys asked for a robust family home they could live in ‘forever’. Union is a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom family house with a study, a basement rumpus room, a roof deck and a carport. However, that’s...
  • Lets go outside – The Netherlands

    This generous villa in The Netherlands, named Outside In House has been created for a family of four, allowing for all rooms to be connected. A sustainable and spacious home that blurs the lines between interior and the exterior spaces. In the centre of the living area, a lush green patio is placed and floor to ceiling sliding doors give open views...
  • Boreal Halo – France

    As part of the ON festival, in France, artist Vincent Leroy has installed his Boreal Halo within a 17th-century church in Arles. The massive inflatable ring, shown in several locations from industrial to heritage buildings all over the world, now take the center stage in this majestic room, generating an interesting merge of two universes and two very different eras....
  • Arched home – Brooklyn

    The owners of this 1860 Anglo-Italianate Townhouse in Brooklyn US, engaged Barker Associates Architecture Office to create a home that captures the feeling of a quiet sanctuary. The house’s signature arched doorway and front window were the inspiration for much of the detailing for the renovated spaces. Arched openings connect the dining space to the foyer as well as to the...
  • Quite character – Red Hill

    Located on a sloping site set amongst the gum trees in Red Hill Victoria, Australia, the design is a direct response to its surroundings. Working with the natural topography, the house is divided into a series of stepped floor plates around a central courtyard. Designed by InForm, tiered floors zone the interior spaces which offer unique views of the surrounding...
  • Bond house

    Bond house is designed through the interplay of intersecting elements coming together to shape places for gathering and recreation on all levels- a junction that unifies elements traveling in all directions. Designed by Alexis Dornier, this work of lines frames the lush surrounding and forms no obstacle to the eye that is free for gazing. One approaches the house in Ubud...
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