By Magaly • Mar 9, 2013
El Palauet Living, a stylish hotel, is located in Barcelona, Spain.
Combining modern and comfortable design, the rooms are decorated in peaceful and relaxing neutrals.
The Adriana Varejão Gallery, located in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil, was constructed by Tacoa Arquitetos.
The gallery was attached to the Inhotim Centro de Arte Contemporânea in 2004-2008 to house works by the Rio de Janeiro native.
By Sophie • Mar 9, 2013
This award-winning cabin is a 2012 project by Arkkitehtitoimisto Louekari that can be found in Rovanniemi, Lapland, Finland.
It is a wooden structure perched on an outcrop overlooking the forest that consists of a living space, sauna, and woodshed.
By Sophie • Mar 8, 2013
This contemporary residence is a 2012 project by James Cleary Architecture located in the Boerum Hill section of Brooklyn, New York, USA.
The building is a modern interpretation of Brooklyn’s iconic brownstones and consists of three duplex apartments.
By Holly • Mar 8, 2013
Australian architectural firm BKK Architects has designed the Twofold House in Victoria, Australia.
Completed in 2008, this 6,867 square foot contemporary house consists of two separate residences, which are mirror images of each other.
Roger Ferris + Partners created this 2009 project for a client living in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA.
It is a contemporary, waterfront residence with a bright, open atmosphere.
By Holly • Mar 8, 2013 • Selected Work
Italian architectural firms A2BC Architects and SibillAssociati have designed the Farmhouse Restoration and Expansion in Riomaggiore, Italy.
Completed in 2011, this old farmhouse was given a contemporary look while retaining as much original material as possible.
By Paige • Mar 8, 2013
House in Travanca by Nelson Resende has been completed in Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal.
The house is designed as three distinct concrete volumes.
By Magaly • Mar 7, 2013 • Selected Work
Maracanã House was constructed by Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados in 2009, and is located in São Paulo, Brazil.
The home juxtaposes the urban aspect of concrete brick walls and chain-link railing with palm trees, green vines, and other vividly green plants – the effect is irresistible.
By Sophie • Mar 7, 2013 • Selected Work
Stuart Silk Architects created this Seattle, Washington, USA residence in 2012.
It is a sustainable home that features a system of small ‘canals’ inspired by those found in Venice, Italy and Suzhou, China.
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