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Sycamore Architects Create a Two-Level Penthouse With a View in Rome, Italy

By • 2 hours ago

This two-level penthouse with 295 m2 is located in one of the most important streets in the city of Rome, Italy – the Viale dei Parioli. Its owners have the privilege of being able to see the dome of the Basilica of Saint Peter from the comfort of their own terraces, every single day… We could not imagine a better view!

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One Story Modern Palm Springs Open House Built by Cioffi Architect

By • Feb 23, 2017

Cioffi Architect built this beautiful home in Palm Springs, California, USA in 2016. The house is full of light and good taste, including a particular interest for the arts. We are welcomed to the house by a large dry garden with cacti and stones that borders the house creating an impressive natural scenery.

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Kenta Eto Atelier Designs an Elegant Residence in Bungotakada, Oita, Japan

By • Feb 17, 2017

This home, built by Kenta Eto Atelier in 2016 is located in Bungotakada, Oita, an area of Japan in which the summer rains are rich and plentiful. It should be highlighted that the extensive roofing is made up of just one unit, and its inclination is convenient when battling the slaps of the rain as it falls in curtains on its surface. As there is a considerable amount of space between both sides of the external corridor, residents can continue with their daily activities under its shelter even if it rains.

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CMT architetti Renovate an Apartment in Rome, Italy

By • Feb 17, 2017

Attico a Roma by CMT architetti (7)

When it comes to contemporary decor and home design, are your favourite homes always the ones you encounter that use monochromatic colour schemes and straight, geometric lines to build an aesthetic that embodies the height of modernity while also incorporating some effective minimalism? Then we certainly urge you to check out Attico a Roma!

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Atelier Data Remodels an Apartment from the 1930s in Lisbon, Portugal

By • Feb 10, 2017

B.A.Apartment by Atelier Data (14)

Do you live in the kind of stunning place where the weather is lovely most of the year? Then things like open concepts, sunlit windows, and lots of access to relaxing outdoor spaces are probably pretty important features to you in a home design. Why choose one of these things, though, when you can have them all? Just check out B.A. Apartment if you don’t quite believe us!

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MIDE Architetti Renovate an Italian Rural Home in the Outskirts of Bologna

By • Feb 9, 2017

If you like the countryside and dream of the famous landscapes we see in pictures from Italy, with its tiny towns and charming corners, so full of history, you’re going to love this.

With its old, brick walls and glass windows, it is a beautiful house surrounded by breathtaking vistas. Gorgeous gardens grow at nature’s will, and there is a recreational area in which the protagonist is a large pool, its still surface a perfect reflection of its serene surroundings. What better place to take in nature and all its harmony on a sunny afternoon?

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Hastings Architectural Associates Design a Home with an Imposing Façade in Tennessee

By • Feb 8, 2017

Mask House by Hastings Architectural Associates (9)

Have you always been intrigued by historical cities and the way they were surrounded with habitable fortresses for protection! We have too, but we actually prefer an interior decor style that’s far different from the fortress style; one that’s clean, concise, and ultra modern in its uniqueness. As far as we knew, however, the two styles aren’t exactly complementary, so they aren’t commonly blended together in one home… until now! Mask House is a stellar example of how architects can break style rules in beautiful ways.

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Robert Hirschfield Architects Renovate a Private Residence in London, England

By • Feb 8, 2017

Every home has a center of attention. That special place where our eyes go when we enter it. In this home, this happens to be the stairs, without a doubt. Designed by Fowler and Co., these spectacular stairs move in a helical balustrade formation, slowly and smoothly guiding us from one floor to another. It was assembled on site, and effortlessly became the focal point of this renovation by Robert Hirschfield Architects in London, England in 2016.

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DesignFolder Creates an Apartment on Frejgatan in Stockholm, Sweden

By • Feb 6, 2017

Frejgatan Apartment by Designfolder (1)

Frejgatan Apartment is a residential project designed by DesignFolder in 2016.

It is located in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Sagan Piechota Architecture Designs a Home in a Small Clearing in Carmel Valley, California

By • Jan 30, 2017

Carmel Valley by Sagan Piechota Architecture (21)

When you hear that a home is nestled into a valley, what do you picture? Our minds automatically go to a green expanse filled with lovely sprawling trees, with a modest wooden house in the middle. We also envision open concept spaces that don’t just embrace a wider indoor construction, but rather incorporate the wondrous outdoors space right into your living space. Imagine how pleased we were, then, when we came across pictures of Carmel Valley!

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