Completed in 2011, this modern, minimalist home was designed by UID Architects & Associates and is located in Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan.
A high-rise parking garage is among the crowded structures that surround the site and challenged architects while designing a residence that was light, open, and comfortable.
The architects of Teatum + Teatum created this contemporary residence in 2012 to serve as a retreat from the bustling urban streets of London, England.
In order to create a sense of intimacy and seclusion, the only natural light comes from the perforated front doors and sky lights that are present throughout the building.
This beautiful four bedroom 3,103 square foot home is located in the heart of Chelsea, London, and offers bright and luxuriously finished living space that optimizes the use of light and space.
The property is arranged over four floors and incorporates two levels of amazing open-plan living and entertaining spaces.
With a striking glass roofed atrium, the property’s main reception area features a glass bridge leading to a roomy/airy study.
The Chimney House is a 4,300 square foot single-family residence designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan and his architecture firm, Studio MK27.
Located in São Paulo, Brazil, this beautiful modern home was completed in 2009.
With its quiet and serene enclosed yard, the house provides a haven of comfort and relaxation in the world’s 7th largest metropolitan area.
‘The Stables’ is an old fire station in Richmond, a suburb in Melbourne, Australia.
Behind its historically significant facade is now hidden a breathtaking newly finished contemporary house.
The urban single-family residence has three bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and “showcases an innovative and angular design that blends its history with state-of-the-art attitude.”