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Surrounded on all sides, due to the low nature of boundary fence lines ‘Hideaway’s’ garden has uninterrupted light for 70% of the day. This makes this garden of high value to the current owners' love and appreciation of gardening.
Project name
The Hideaway
Architecture firm
Alter & Company
Location
Kemptown, Brighton, United Kingdom
Photography
Lorenzo Zandri
Located in an urban renewal zone by a river in Da Nang, Vietnam, this residential construction uses the ground floor as a small cafe formed by rectangular brick walls, while the upper floor is serves as the living space of a nuclear family, which is combined by three different blocks on a square plane.
Project name
Cuckoo House
Architecture firm
Tropical Space Co.,Ltd
Location
Hòa Xuân, Da Nang, Vietnam
Photography
Oki Hiroyuki
Stone Lodges - Private Residences are spread across a forested hillside. Built on sloping land on the side of a mountain, they are inspired by the grammar of Mountain Lodges and the native design aesthetic.
Project name
Plavu, Kanikonna
Architecture firm
Earthitects
Location
Wayanad, Kerala, India
Photography
Justin Sebastian
Featured in Florida Design Magazine in 2022, this kid-approved home was built to last. This one acre lot proved to be the perfect canvas for a one-story, U shaped residence with contemporary Balinese flair, where “our goal was to make a beautiful architectural statement with a home that’s comfortable and practical for everyday life.”
Project name
Suncrest Residence
Architecture firm
SDH Studio Architecture + Design
Location
Pinecrest, Florida, United States
Photography
Robin Hill
This project consists of a single-story addition and renovation to an existing mid-century ranch house in Menlo Park, California. Conceived for a retired couple, the open and accessible design integrates the living space with the rear garden to create a well-lit domestic extension.
Project name
Bal House
Architecture firm
Terry & Terry Architecture
Location
Menlo Park, California, United States
Photography
Bruce Damonte
The villa of ‘The Little Much Farm’ straddles a remote hill side location overlooking the Sahyadri hills of Mulshi and its lake. This is home for a family and their friends to re-engage in the environs of the hills that surround Bombay. The spaces are planned as a series of potential happenings; layered, connected, scalar, with an element of discov...
Project name
The Little Much Farm
Architecture firm
Studio LAB (Language Architecture Body)
Location
Mulshi, Maharashtra, India
Photography
PHXIndia
This 1500 sq.ft. home is located on an east facing steep slope on the Port Washington peninsula. It is one of 43 closely spaced homes which comprise a co-op, formally a bungalow colony, established 80 years ago as squatter shacks for workers at the local sand and gravel pit.
Project name
Cliffside Residence
Architecture firm
Narofsky Architecture
Location
Port Washington, New York, United States
Photography
Phillip Ennis Productions
This silky shining dwelling is located in a rural expansion area. At first glance this rustic laid back house does not stand out among the surrounding houses. The burnt wood subtly refers to black barns in this area.
Project name
Silky Black House
Architecture firm
Joris Verhoeven Architectuur
Location
Berkel-Enschot, The Netherlands
Photography
John van Groenedaal