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Remodeling your home interior can be an exciting adventure that will breathe new life into your living space. Your home reflects your changing situation, so a renovation is an excellent way to enhance its appeal, functionality, and value.
Written by
Ivan Serrano
Photography
Vector4Stock
Casa Citerna is the result of a renovation and energy redevelopment carried out on a private house located in the Florentine Chianti. The house was originally part of a historic building later divided into several units.
Project name
Casa Citerna
Architecture firm
Officina Abitare
Location
Tuscany, Italy
Photography
Leonardo Morfini
Undone, a name given to this project after its [in]completion, refers to the late-phase decision to stop the work on the building’s facade and finishings. This choice was a reaction to the worsening socio-economic conditions in Iran at that time
Project name
Undone
Architecture firm
Ontic Works Inc.
Location
Bumehen, Tehran, Iran
Photography
Mohammad Hassan Ettefagh
Located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, SAVA explores the relationship of indoor and outdoor spaces in a 2-storey terrace house renovation known as Red House. With sizes of 6.4m x 29m on an elongated site, the design features a central courtyard, bridging the existing house structure and the new rear extension.
Architecture firm
SAVA
Location
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Photography
Ryan Chan, Aron Beh
This journey of renovation isn't just about following trends. It's about personalizing your space and making sustainable choices. You're encouraged to infuse your personality into every corner of your home. Sustainability can be woven into your renovation efforts, ensuring your home is both beautiful and kind to the planet.
Written by
Jane Smith
Photography
Life For Stock
How a sustainable home takes advantage of its exceptional ravine site, exemplifying a light-touch approach, dubbed ”viable sustainability” to give this home another 100-year lease on life.
Project name
Don River House
Architecture firm
Dewson Architects
Location
North York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Photography
©2021 RVLTR / A. Marthouret
This is a renovation project for accommodation in an old, detached house in the city center of Porto, Portugal. The existing house was designed by Januário Godinho, a prominent Portuguese architect. However, as it had been left unused for almost 10 years, the roof and floor had fallen off, and it was an unlivable situation.
Project name
Casa Kala
Architecture firm
Ren Ito Arq
Location
Porto, Portugal
Photography
Ivo Tavares Studio
Nestled in a lush Pacific Northwest wooded landscape this 1954 home renovation included maintaining the primary structure of the house with a full re-envisioning of the spaces of daily life.
Project name
Seehafer Residence
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Caleb Vandermeer