Magaly • Mar 17, 2013 • Selected Work
This elegantly breezy home is located in Brighton, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
Its wooden floors of mixed coloring set the stage for the interior’s earthy palette, creating a cozy and comfortable atmosphere.
Plus is a modern weekend home that was designed in 2009 by
Mount Fuji Architects Studio for a client located in Shizuoka, Japan.
In order to navigate the difficult terrain, it was composed of two intersecting rectangular volumes.
The upper volume, containing the kitchen and living room, opens out to a terrace overlooking the hillside.
Aguilera Guerrero created this contemporary residence for a client located in Tarragona, Catalunya, Spain.
Perforations on the facade allow natural light to enter the home while providing privacy.
Magaly • Mar 16, 2013 • Selected Work
This lovely home is located in Northcote, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
The home’s interior offers a variety of patterns and materials upon which to rest your eye, though they come together so well that they do not overwhelm the viewer.
Shanghai-based architectural firm
Harmony World Consulting & Design has designed the Bamboo Courtyard House.
Completed in 2012, this 4,306 square foot contemporary office in Yangzhou, China, is inspired by traditional Chinese architecture, featuring a courtyard and extensive use of bamboo.
House of Would by
Elii has been completed in Pedrezuela, Madrid, Spain.
This unique residence was designed into separate modules for different domestic functions.
Due to the harsh, wet climate, an existing home in of Spanishcove, Cork, Ireland, had to be replaced by this modern residence.
Níall McLaughlin Architects designed it to withstand the elements while preserving a few elements of the original structure.
Luxembourg-based architectural firm
n-lab architects have designed NIC.
Completed in 2010, this 1,292 square foot minimalist modern apartment features inner walls covered in HPL panels, creating a clean and orderly look. It is located in in Sandweiler, Luxembourg.
Steigereiland 2.0 is the second home the studio
FARO Arquitecten constructs in Steigereiland, a neighborhood of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.
The home has strongly rustic elements – wood walls, visible ceiling beams, tree trunks used as hanging decorations – with fun contemporary design, giving it lots of personality.
Magaly • Mar 15, 2013 • Selected Work
Iced Water is a rustic but modern apartment was created by
The home resembles a cabin located in the middle of the woods, with its thick ceiling beams and walls and ceilings of wood, but is at the same time fitted with modern furniture, creating an eclectic warm haven.