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Apartment With A Retractable Interior Wall by Fertility Design

By • Jan 15, 2013

Fertility Design, a Chinese firm,  recently created this understated, contemporary apartment.

The space includes a movable wall that separates the home office and library from the social areas when needed.

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Attico Migani by Victor Vasilev

By • Jan 7, 2013 •  Selected Work 

Victor Vasilev completed this modern residence in 2011 for a client located in Lugano, Switzerland.

Teak paneling is used throughout to bring unity and warmth to its sleek, minimalist interior.

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Outotunoie by mA-style architects

By • Jan 6, 2013

This contemporary home was created in 2012 by mA-style architects for a client living in Fujieda, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

The cantilevered living area provides panoramic views and plenty of natural light.

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Home Sweet Home by 3ndy Studio

By • Dec 12, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Home Sweet Home, a project by 3ndy Studio and located in Fossò, Italy, was designed with the intent to create a cozy and pleasant environment to consider home.

Finished in 2012, it has elegant wooden floors and rustic stone walls.

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Scandinavian Design: Vedbaek House by NORM Architects

By • Nov 2, 2012

Danish design studio, NORM Architects, have completed the Vedbaek House.

Many of the walls on the ground floor of this family home were knocked down to create an open plan space, and allowing the old, unique staircase to take centre stage.

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House in Foz Do Duro II by Jose Carlos Cruz

By • Oct 26, 2012

Portuguese architect, Jose Carlos Cruz, designed the House in Foz Do Duro II project in Porto, Portugal.

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Townhouse Tel Aviv by Levy:Chamizer Architects

By • Sep 28, 2012

Israeli design studio, Levy:Chamizer Architects, has completed the Townhouse Tel Aviv project.

As the name suggests, this modern, two story residence is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. The mainly white interior is defined by an open plan, straight lines and a few quirky items for a minimalistic yet friendly appeal.

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Oakpass Residence by Heusch Architecture

By • Sep 13, 2012

The Oakpass Residence has been completed by Heusch Architecture.

This modern residence is located in Beverly Hills, California, USA.

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Ginan by Keitaro Muto Architects

By • Aug 30, 2012

Keitaro Muto Architects created this minimal, contemporary home located in Hashima-gun, Gifu, Japan.

Gravel has been applied to the exterior walls of the 2012 project to mimic the ground for a gravity-defying effect.

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Tea House by A1 Architects

By • Jun 5, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Placed in a garden setting in Prague, Czech Republic, this minimalist tea house was designed by David Maštálka of A1 Architects and completed in 2008.

The tea house occupies an area of 23 square feet and is constructed from natural materials.

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Tiny Mini House by LineBox Studio

By • Feb 12, 2011

Mini House sits on a small and narrow lot on Craven Road, in the ‘Tiny Town’ neighborhood of Toronto, Canada.

Designed by Canadian architect firm LineBox Studio, this small detached home (566 sq ft!) was built in 2009.

The client’s vision was a compact, industrial Loft like structure to fit on the existing lot.

Transforming the clients vision of a loft style environment into a compact fully detached home was accomplished by LineBox Studio through the use of 17ft ceilings, exposed plumbing and electrical elements, thoughtfully placed windows.

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A White House in Copenhagen by NORM Architects

By • Feb 2, 2011

The Fredensborg House was designed by NORM Architects.

Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, this single-family residence is built on five small plateaus connected by steps, reflecting the shape of its surrounding terrain.

If you like white interiors, you will love this house!

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Ceramic House by Hector Ruiz-Velazquez

By • Jan 1, 2011

The Ceramic House is a project designed by Spanish architect Héctor Ruiz-Velázquez.

The small apartment is located in the attic space of an early 20th century building in Madrid. The challenge for the architect was to transform a small area into a new and minimalist living space with a variety of levels.

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