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By Sophie • Mar 20, 2013
This contemporary interior is a 2013 project by B2 Architecture that can be found in the Karlin section of Prague, Czech Republic.
It is a conversion of an industrial building that sought to maintain some of the building’s original elements and character while creating a comfortable, modern space.
This rustic residence is a 2007 barn conversion by The Anderson Orr Partnership that is located in Pusey, Oxfordshire, England.
In order to add space to the home without pushing beyond the envelope of the existing barn, the architects decided to lower new construction into the ground rather than build upward.
Wanka House, designed by Galera Estudio, is located in Cariló, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Located in a beach resort town, the home is a marvel of contemporary design: hip, stylish, and comfortable.
Mexican architectural firm Muñoz Arquitectos Asociados has designed the House Among Trees in Mérida, México.
Completed in 2010, this contemporary house was built on a site filled with beautiful trees. It was necessary to build around these trees, which resulted in an unconventional layout of the home.
This 1,760 square foot, two bedroom, two and a half bath duplex unit is located on the sixth and seventh floors of a historic building circa 1866 in Tribeca, New York City, USA.
18 foot ceilings, a floating staircase, an impressive glass walkway and two expansive terraces are just a few of the amenities of this beautiful duplex.