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  • Lush Beverly Hills Bungalow

    The re-design of this Beverly Hills Residence focuses on redistributing the home’s layout to create a welcoming internal courtyard. With the architecture re-imagined by Abramson Architects and interiors by Magni Kalman Design, once inside the entry vestibule, a series of well-composed sightlines establish a simultaneously elegant and informal entry sequence. The lush interior garden is a sanctuary, easily accessible from...
  • A long-term base for a growing family – Canberra

    This new house is located within a mature landscape setting in the inner South of Canberra. The suburb of Narrabundah is characterised by heavy tree canopies, and distant landscape views. Designed by Ben Walker Architects, the internal planning responds to sun access and elevated long-distance views to the east. The cross-section takes advantage of the slope on the block by...
  • Functions of daily life – United Kingdom

    Set within a leafy secluded suburban area of Bearsden, Glasgow , United Kingdom, the ER Residence was developed as a simple one to two storey four bedroom house within a former vacant plot. Previously a domestic tennis court, the confines of the site are strongly defined by a perimeter of mature Scots pine trees. The project was conceptually conceived as...
  • Escaping every day life

    Sala Chaweng is a colour infused and playful 144-room hotel in Samui Island’s Chaweng Beach that is dedicated to providing an escape from every day life. Located on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Gulf of Thailand. It has 2 phases, 52-room for the Beachfront and 82-room for the Roadside. These two areas are divided by a street....
  • Beyond the Border – Japan

    Kanagawa-based photographer Yoko Ishii decided to turn her camera on the animal inhabitants of Nara: the ancient capital of Japan where Sika deer are almost commonplace as people. Whilst deer are considered a pest in much of Japan, they are sacred in Nara; protected not only by law but, by a history that remembers them as the gods’ revered companions....
  • A modern box – Dallas

    The design of Specht’s Preston Hollow house was driven by the desire to blur the lines between inside and outside, while providing a sense of privacy and seclusion from the street and surrounding neighbourhood, at the homeowners request. Its design is influenced by strategies common to classic Dallas modern homes of the 1950’s and ‘60’s. Designed by Specht Architects with...
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