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A small rustic cabin on a rugged lakefront site in Muskoka, Little Dipper has a single goal in mind: to transport visitors into an immersive wilderness experience, drawing upon the property’s full range of natural features.

Before the client bought this property in Herne Hill all that stood behind the big, industrial style gates was a derelict, Victorian dairy. A courtyard with steel girders and a plastic roof, remnants of old machinery and a crumbling brick building. Whilst most people would have seen this building as the dilapidated site they could see before them, the client – an Interior Designer by trade – saw the site for what it could become.

Night Sky, designed by Peter Stutchbury Architecture, stands on a long, narrow block overlooking Blackheath Golf Course. From the street, it has a quiet presence, in no hurry to reveal itself – there are no obvious clues that this is a house that is both raw and refined; that has strength and power but, at the same time, a delicacy that speaks of the human hand

New Development Inspired by Needs of Low-Income Youth. Innovative Housing Opportunities announces the groundbreaking of a new affordable housing complex inspired by the needs of unhoused students and transition-aged youth in Riverside, CA.

The public housing sector shelters from the front to live with privacy and allied with nature. The limit of the house is the horizon of the landscape that the lot poses. The linear circulations are contained by their own exterior, the patios. They allow us to recreate the necessary privacy of each sector of the house.

Lighting plays a crucial role in creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere in your home. It can make a space feel larger, more comfortable, and more inviting. But with so many lighting options available, it can be challenging to know where to start. In this blog post, we'll explore six creative lighting solutions that you should consider for home use.

The tea pavilion located on the bank of the dam in Český Těšín was created as an intervention in public space as part of the Mood for Wood international workshop. When thinking about the concept, we start from the traditional Japanese architecture of tea houses rendered with contemporary means of expression. We work with a simple design principle of connecting wooden elements that create a complex static structure.

Let's explore how different framing options for canvas prints can add depth and dimension to your home decor or architectural design.