AIRMIX is a lifestyle boutique located in Xi’an, designed by SpActrum. AIRMIX Lifestyle Boutique (Xi'an Store) is the first showroom store of the newly established lifestyle boutique buyer brand.
Project name
AIRMIX Lifestyle Concept Store
Architecture firm
SpActrum
Location
Qujiang Creative Circle, Yanta District, Xi'an, China
Photography
INSPACE
The location of the project site in a forest area, surrounded by mountains on one side and a beautiful view of the sea on the other side, was the positive potential of this project.
Project name
Sylvan Villa
Architecture firm
Parisa Parsa
Location
Nowshahr, Mazandaran, Iran
Inspired by Japanese design principles, Japan House is a finely crafted pavilion addition to a 1920s Californian Bungalow on Sydney’s lower north shore – a refined structure that skilfully entwines natural materials, light and landscape.
Project name
Japan House
Architecture firm
Sandbox Studio®
Location
Willoughby East, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Katherine Lu
Luxury Home Builder BedBrock Developers of Paradise Valley is Building the Very First SAOTA Residence in Arizona. The 17,000 Sq. Ft. Home on Camelback Mountain with a Projected Value of Greater Than $50 Million is Already Creating Buzz as a Finalist for the Prestigious 2022 World Architecture Festival.
Project name
Starlight
Architecture firm
SAOTA
Location
Paradise Valley, Arizona, United States
There are many ways to ensure that the house owner can use to reduce wastage of electrical energy which in turn helps to reduce electricity bills. Some may work better than others, there is no harm in giving each tip a shot before shooting it down. Find the best way to save up on electricity, a little goes a long way. 
Written by
Laura Graham
Photography
Binyamin Mellish
The clients were living on a rural property east of Seattle but found themselves drawn back to the growing vibrancy and culture of the city.
Project name
Helen Street House
Architecture firm
mwworks
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue

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