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High Point Residence is a luxury vacation home intended to bring multiple families together under one roof. Sitting on a large site with a steep drop off to one side, it claims expansive views over the valley and lake below.
Project name
High Point Residence
Architecture firm
Openspace Architecture
Location
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Photography
Raef Grohne
The house in Even Yehuda, Israel was built on family-owned land that used to be a citrus orchard in the past. Holding memories and smells from their childhood, it was imperative to keep grand openings that will dismiss the borders between the house and its green surroundings.
Project name
Even Yehuda House
Architecture firm
Leibel Architects
Location
Even Yehuda, Israel
Photography
Peled Studios
This project involved the revival and extension of a single level federation detached cottage. The scope involved refurbishing the street façade and retained lower level rooms, influenced by the original period detailing, and extending to the rear and above with a first floor and detached carport in a contrasting material aesthetic.
Project name
Modest Start Bold Finish
Architecture firm
Hobbs Jamieson Architecture
Location
Manly, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Luc Remond
The site is located on the outskirts of bustling Mumbai, in the quiet of the Sahyadri hills. The sweeping views of the Western Ghats in almost any direction are the highlight of this otherwise simple parcel of land. The capturing and framing of these picturesque landscapes was the primary inspiration behind the design.
Project name
Airavat
Architecture firm
lyth Design, reD Architects
Location
Khopoli, India
Photography
Fabien Charuau
Minus Workshop’s sustainable mission in a weekend getaway hub. Minus Workshop has taken over a design project from an eco-responsible couple having a great concern for sustainability which is a sizzling topic worldwide and beyond.
Project name
The Geometric Villa
Interior design
Minus Workshop
Location
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Photography
Steven Ko Interior Photography
In the southern part of Malé Kyšice town on the edge of the Křivoklát woods, there is a residential district originally home to weekend cottages. One such cottage on a flat plot of land was replaced by a passive home. The floor plan closely resembles a quarter-circle with walls made of exposed concrete blocks. The rounded wall and the ceilings are...
Project name
House That Opens Up to the Sun
Architecture firm
Stempel & Tesar architekti
Location
Malé Kyšice, Czech Republic
Photography
Filip Šlapal
The rehabilitation of this villa calls for various dimensions of dreams, both in the enjoyment of the interior and in the contemplation of the panoramic horizon. The contemporary language and materials, especially the volumes of white lacquered plates and large glass spans, clearly marked the enlargement, differentiated from the original house.
Project name
JAC House
Architecture firm
VISIOARQ Arquitectos
Location
Coimbra, Portugal
Photography
Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
An existing Victorian terrace property in the London Borough of Lambeth was renovated to include an internal refurbishment and extension at ground floor. The proposal creates a light and spacious living space to provide a better link with their garden and other living spaces.
Architecture firm
Mark Fairhurst Architects
Location
London, UK
Photography
Mark Fairhurst