This warehouse was refurbished to make it fit to be a family home. Located in the suburbs of Richmond, Melbourne, Australia, this old building, of an industrial style with a brick-covered exterior, has a pleasant surprise inside.
This 83-m2 cottage located in Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea, was built by TIUM Architects in 2016. The exterior is built out of brick and wood, with rustic walls painted in white and surrounded by stone gardens.
This elegant home is a perfect mix of new and old. It was designed by Archiplan Studio in 2012, and is located in Mantua, Italy in a building that dates back to the 1500s. It’s simply marvelous to see how the modern décor and the older details of the construction converge in the same place in a perfect harmony.
When talking about a penthouse in New York, what usually comes to mind is the image of a modern apartment, luxuriously decorated. This apartment, located on Hubert Street in TriBeCa, dates back to 1892 and was remodeled by ODA New York. Although contemporary details have been included in its restoration, certain details of the old building, such as its exposed brick walls, have been preserved to maintain its air of antiquity.
This peculiar construction is located in New Delhi, Delhi, India, and was created by Studio Wood in 2016. It was constructed with steel panels refurbished from shipping containers. The yellow-colored steel panels match perfectly with the terrace chairs. Furthermore, they’re perfectly adapted to the structure, giving it a unique and unusual look.
The remodeling of this two-story house, dating from the 1930s and located in the South West of England, was completed by Ström Architect in 2015. It is surrounded by fields and vast forests of fruit trees. Its outer walls, lined with wood, make its appearance integrate with the surroundings. Its fireplace, lined with white bricks, creates a perfect contrast of colors and textures.
This majestic apartment located in Taipei City, Taiwan was designed by Taipei Base Design Center for a young couple. Both of their jobs are related to fashion. At first, we are struck by the sobriety of its somewhat dark decor. The living room consists only of a type “Chester” coach and two wing chairs. Its biggest draw? The immense windows which allow us to have an unobstructed view of the exterior and at the same time allow the space to be filled with natural light.
This club was built by Furuya Design as a customized project for a client to be used as an escape to the natural world and away from the noise and activity of the city. Built in a forest and surrounded by immense trees that provide substantial shade, the encircling areas are tempting for those that wish to spend time at rest and disconnect completely from the day-to-day agenda.