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Sitting on a tight plot in the heart of Kolhapur is the Brick Box, conceptualised by Ar. Dhanesh Gandhi. A four-storey family home spanning over 2500 sq.ft, this residence more than rises above its challenges. The plot was a linear, narrow rectangle of 16.5 ft x 40 ft, posing to be the main challenge for this project. Flanked by homes on either side, the northern and southern walls were designed to be dead walls, with the scope for light and ventilation being limited to the east and west.

The renovation of a historic building in Vila Nova de Foz Côa by the architect Filipe Pina, using slate and shale as the main elements, creates a new contemporary home that respects the history of the place.

In this series, I tried to create some interior space ideas for winter weather. I tried to create a cozy vibe by using some very special winter-warming fashion features in the design.

People are open to making changes in their lives that help the environment. The interior of your home should be no exception. Any reluctance to focus the interior design around sustainability and the environment usually comes from a belief that this approach imposes rules that can obstruct good taste and style, or that it restricts creative vision.

When it comes to planning building and renovation projects, visualizing the end result can be challenging. This is where 3D visualization comes in handy. By creating a detailed 3D model of your project, you can have a clear and realistic understanding of what the finished product will look like.

For Jin Tea Space, the designer utilized bamboo, which is a symbol of the spiritual core of traditional Chinese culture as well as tea, to create a modern tea retail store. She realized that the key for a retail space is not only product display, but also the space design and consumers' experiences

The house is designed around a courtyard with the public spaces overlooking it. The varied scale of public and private spaces and their different interactions with the outdoors was a central idea of this project. The public spaces were expanded volumetrically to emphasize their importance as congregational spaces. The concept of cross-axes has been employed in this project as well, an approach often adopted for smaller houses.

The project marks the corner of Fourth and Channel Streets as a gateway to San Francisco’s burgeoning new Mission Bay south neighborhood. It houses 150 low income, and formerly homeless individuals and families, currently including 261 children. It brings diversity of age, race, and income to this booming new district. Restaurant and retail space totaling 10,000-square-feet anchor the Fourth Street retail spine of the new neighborhood.