We all want to live in a home that is comfortable and beautiful, but it's not always easy to maintain. Whether you're renting or buying, there are some essential things every homeowner should know before undertaking any home maintenance project.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Vanitjan (cover image), F. Muhammad
The Fluidity 2.0 High-Rise is a Mega Luxury Hotel and Office Hybrid Tower, created to integrate and complement the Swiss Alps landscape with a new built-organic architecture.
Project name
The Fluidity 2.0 High-Rise
Architecture firm
Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos
Location
Swiss Alps
Height
250 meters
House that is tied to the rock by means of a steel and reinforced concrete structure, destined to a direct experience with the visuals that the environment gives us, rooms that offer total contact with nature and the breezes from the coast.
Project name
Crown House
Architecture firm
Veliz Arquitecto
Location
Cuba
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The project is a luxurious high-end residential locating at one of the prominent locations in Erbil city. Over a plot area of 170000 sqm, and with a built-up area of 32000 sqm, the buildings comprise. 
Project name
M Towers
Architecture firm
Studio Bryar Ali
Location
Erbil, Kurdistan region of Iraq
Height
10- 17 floors
This project was drawn and rendered by M. Serhat Sezgin. The construction and site team consisted of teams within Zebrano Furniture. 
Project name
Calm Street Cafe
Architecture firm
M.Serhat Sezgin and Zebrano Furniture
Location
Doha, Qatar
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
When setting up a new garage, there are many different things to consider. You have to decide on the size of your garage and where you want it, how much work will be required for construction, what type of material to use, etc. Here are some useful tips that will help you get started with setting up your new garage!
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Max Vakhtbovych (Cover image), Eiji Tomita
This residential project, located on the outskirts of Paris, emerges as a single, sober volume with simple shapes that oscillates between massiveness and transparency due to the alternation between concrete and glass.
Project name
Le Copenhagen
Architecture firm
Christophe Rousselle Architecte
Location
Boulevard Rouget de Lisle, Montreuil, France
Photography
Takuji Shimmura
The location of the project is in the green cliffs of Norway. In designing this project, we transferred the continuation of the rock greenery to the project so that the house would be combined with the nature of the rock and become a part of it.
Project name
Cliff House
Architecture firm
Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio
Location
Geiranger, Norway
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray Renderer, Adobe Photoshop

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