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Dinder House by Studioilse
The Dinder House: a conversion of a Regency-era property into a contemporary family home, was designed by Isle Crawford. A key element of the re-design was functionality – ensuring the home ...

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Londrina House by architect Guilherme Torres
Designed around a central open plan living area, Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres built this stunning modern home for a your couple in Londrina, Brazil. I love pretty much everything in

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Rooftop Glass House in New York City
Nestled in the heart of New York City sits the RAAD Rooftop Glass House. Contemporary in its design and alluring in its aesthetic, the glass lined courtyard and views that echo around it only add to the already impressive design. Specializing in the creation of space that emphasize the process of construction and the traditions […]

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When Religions Meet
House of One is an ambitious project aiming to accommodate a church, synagogue and mosque under one roof. The Berlin-based initiative is counting on crowd-sourcing funds to turn it into a reality.

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Penthouse with a Pool in Tel Aviv
Pitsou Kedem Architects brought the outdoors in, albeit urbanely, when they designed this penthouse in Tel Aviv.

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Minimalist Showroom In Tokyo
Studio Phenomenon’s Fumihiko Sano designed this bare-bones showroom for Maruwakaya, a company which links traditional crafts to contemporary art, in Tokyo.

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Coffee Shop With A View
Melbourne-based Figureground Architecture designed Industry Beans, a coffee shop and roastery within an existing factory shell. Using their experience in landscape and urban design, they included pivoting panels to keep the sun in or out

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Cabin in Topanga
Architecture graduate Mason St. Peter built this cabin himself after he saw his friend’s own place in Topanga, California.

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Cabin In The Woods
Raw, minimalist and modest, Adolf Bereuter‘s latest project is nestled deep in the woods in Wolfurt. The cabin is designed to tread lightly on the land and its sculptural form relies on both the structural and aesthetic integrity of the timber.