Australian architecture firm Alexander & Co. transformed an existing 80’s beach bungalow into this lovely family coastal retreat.
We don’t usually like to cover renderings, but when they look so close (and so good!) from reality, we feel like we need to shine the spotlight on their talented designers.
Almost as his signature, the Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres built this stunning modern AN House around a central open plan living area for a family with three teenagers in Mariga, located in the south Brazil state of Paraná.
This stunning 1885 beach home is only 20 minutes drive from Copenhagen and has so many wonderful features such exposed beams, bright spaces, nice pops of colour, cozy textures and an attic bedroom.
Far away from the luxury Prada and Miu Miu stores he designed all around the world, architect Roberto Baciocchi lives in an ancient house acquired in 80’s, located in Arezzo, Italy. Most walls and ceilings dating from 18th century have been preserved, sometimes with traditional process dating back to antiquity.
It was in 2011 when Studio Terra e Tuma Architects from São Paulo was approached by a young man with a very delicate request: to built a house for his mother Dona Dalva, a lady on her 70s, with very low budget. His mother’s house was collapsing and with serious health and safety issues. The…
We’ve been longtime fan of converted spaces into private homes. For this project in Leiden, Netherlands, architecture firm Atelier Space converted this schoolhouse from 1925 into a gorgeous light-filled family home.