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Breathtaking Luxury Resort Villas Located in the Aegean Sea

By • Jun 6, 2017

The architectural firm Piril Kugu Architects, alongside the interior designer Quark Studio, has developed an incredible resort consisting of 72 villas, a hotel, and luxury facilities in a small peninsula located in the Aegean Sea.

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A Cozy Grey Scandinavian Studio Apartment

By • Jun 6, 2017

This studio apartment is just more proof that if we have very little space, all that truly matters is knowing how to take advantage of it. The apartment has a tiny little living room with a sofa and a modern chair, as well as a table for the television which also provides some storage options. The entirety of the décor is done in tones of gray and white.

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A Layered Gallery in England, UK Designed by Architectural Studio Gianni Botsford

By • Jun 5, 2017

This gallery is located in central London, the capital of England, in the United Kingdom, and was designed by architectural studio Gianni Botsford Architects in 2016, having a private collection of photographs and prints, as well as pastels and lithographs. The five-story building from which it extends dates back to 1770. To achieve this, the architectural firm designed a sequence of screens that created a layered effect over the structure.

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House with Beautiful Views Over the Mountains in Bombay Designed by SPASM Design Architects

By • Jun 5, 2017

This project consists of two houses built over the same plot of terrain, of 1,142 meters squared, as requested by the client in order to house families from Bombay and strip them away from the noise and bustle of the city proper. It’s located in Alibag, Maharashtra, in India, which is a region that receives a large quantity of rain between June and September, and is characterized by its humidity and heat throughout the rest of the year.

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Michaelis Boyd Designed an Amazing Hotel in New York City, USA

By • Jun 5, 2017

The Williamsburg Hotel – so named after the neighborhood in which it is located in Brooklyn, New York, USA – was designed by the London-based architectural firm Michaelis Boyd. It began opening in phases in January 2017, and will be finished some time later that same year. The hotel will offer a rooftop pool, a water-tower bar with stunning views over the skyline of New York City, as well as the area’s first grand ballroom – 30 feet high and designed to reflect the derelict buildings of Detroit with a modern touch, a curved staircase and a red-carpeted mezzanine around its perimeter included.

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Residence in Hanoi, Vietnam by Le Studio Architects

By • Jun 2, 2017

This residence, built vertically, was designed by Le Studio in 2016, and covers a total area of 68 square meters. It is located in the district of Minh Khai, in the city of Hanoi, Vietnam.It was built with the express desire of continuity, in the search for a place where the family could grow and always stay in the same place.

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House Among the Olive Grove by Henkin Irit & Shavit Zohar

By • Jun 2, 2017

Located in Kidron, Israel, in an extensive area of olive vineyards, ancient tombs, and funerary monuments that divides Jerusalem’s Temple Mount from the Mount of Olives, this spacious, comfortable, and luminous house enjoys expansive grounds full of green vegetation, giving us the opportunity to easily be in contact with nature.

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Mill Barn Conversion in Hofstetten-Flüh, Switzerland by Beck + Oser Architekten

By • Jun 2, 2017

This barn conversion was carried out by Beck + Oser Architekten on a structure located in Hofstetten-Flüh, Switzerland. The project was completed in 2013, and covers a total area of 550 square meters.

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A Contemporary Home in the Mexico City Neighborhood of Lomas de Chapultepec

By • Jun 1, 2017

This house, with a marked 1960s style, is located in a neighborhood called Lomas de Chapultepec, in Mexico City, Mexico. It was designed in April of 2016 by the architect José Juan Rivera Río and his studio JJRR / Arquitectura. It is surrounded by beautiful green gardens, and the materials used to construct it include volcanic rock, concrete, and steel columns.

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Zen Architects Designed a House in Melbourne, Australia

By • Jun 1, 2017

This house, built on a slightly sloped terrain in suburban Melbourne, Australia, was designed by Zen Architects in 2015 and has a total of about 340 square meters of space.

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