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Ali Budd Interiors transforms Muskoka log cabin into art-filled cottage

February 28, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
Ali Budd Interiors sunroom

Toronto studio Ali Budd Interiors has transformed a dated wooden log cabin into a comfortable Canadian holiday home, with a wood-lined sunroom, vintage rugs and art by Andy Warhol. The studio was asked to renovate the cottage in Muskoka, Ontario and turn it into a neutral but comfortable backdrop for its owners’ extensive art collection.

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Large thatched roof covers Casa Cova in Mexico by Anonimous

February 28, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
A shady cabana

Architecture firm Anonimous took cues from pre-colonial architecture designing Casa Cova, a sprawling beach house made of concrete, parota wood and dried palm leaves. Casa Cova is located in Puerto Escondido, a coastal town in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Designed by Anonimous, which is based in the city of Querétaro, the building serves as

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House T by Suppose Design Office is a “cave-like” concrete house in downtown Tokyo

February 28, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
The exterior of a stepped concrete house in Japan

Architect Tanijiri Makoto of Japanese studio Suppose Design Office has created a monolithic concrete home for himself and his family in Tokyo, featuring dark living spaces that open onto a sheltered terrace. Suppose Design Office has so far created more than 150 houses, but its founder never believed he would be able to build one

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Casa Aviv by CO-LAB embraces its jungle setting in Tulum

February 27, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0

The living room opens straight on to an outdoor swimming pool of this private villa in Tulum, designed and built by Mexican firm CO-LAB Design Office. Casa Aviv is tucked into a lush site along the Caribbean coastline of the Yucatán Peninsula. The 330-square-metre dwelling is designed to offer privacy and a calming atmosphere. In

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Batek Architekten uses stacked volumes to create Berlin duplex townhouse

February 26, 2021 James Parkes 0

Local studio Batek Architekten used stacked cubes to design RHE42, a four-storey Berlin townhouse that looks to repurpose unused space in the city. Located in Mitte, a borough in central Berlin, RHE42 is a 190 square-metre design that contains two apartments and was built against a large fire wall within a typical Berlin courtyard. Berlin

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After Party unveils characterful creek-side home in Lithuania

February 26, 2021 Amy Frearson 0
Living space and terrace in House and the River by After Party

Vilnius-based studio After Party has completed a creek-side house in northern Lithuania featuring a pink kitchen, a planted roof and a terrace that slices through the building. Located in a suburb on the outskirts of Panevėžys, House and the River is the home of a woman who lives alone but frequently hosts family and friends. The

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The Ranch Mine creates O-asis home in the Arizona desert

February 24, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
O-asis by The Ranch Mine

Architecture studio The Ranch Mine built a courtyard house for a musician in Arizona with white stucco walls and solar panels paired with a Tesla home battery for power outages. The project, called O-asis, was built on an under-utilised, 1.6-acre site along a Phoenix mountain preserve. Designed for a pianist by local firm The Ranch

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Tetris Hall Apartments / A. Pashenko Architects + KAN Development

February 22, 2021 Valeria Silva 0

The residential project Tetris Hall consists of two 25 – storey towers which are connected by a bridge at the roof level. The project has been developed on a dense site in the prestige business district of central Kiev. The site benefits from close proximity to major cultural and entertainment venues and all the amenities which lie within walking distance. The magnificent panoramic views from each apartment and the modern lifestyle offered by the building’s unmatched private amenities, in combination with the easy access to the center of Kiev, make the Tetris Hall a highly desirable destination for residents and visitors.

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LOT Office for Architecture creates all-blue building in Bushwick

February 22, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
The Blue Building is an all-blue property in Bushwick

LOT Office for Architecture has designed a monochrome blue Brooklyn townhouse for a renovation project in the borough’s Bushwick neighbourhood. The 100-year-old house, now called The Blue Building, stands out from the row of neutral-coloured buildings that make up the street on which it sits. “The intention was that a bold monochromatic approach would create

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Masquespacio creates colour-blocked interiors for Bilbao student housing

February 22, 2021 James Parkes 0
Zones are defined by colour blocking

Valencia-based creative studio Masquespacio has completed an open-plan colour-blocked interior with a community feeling for the Resa San Mamés student accommodation in Spain. The interior design for the Bilbao student residence was commissioned by student accommodation company Resa with the aim of letting its occupants “share experiences as a community”. Masquespacio created an open-plan design

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