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It is not unusual for adjoining buildings to become architecturally connected. But this project’s story is one of a kind: in the former imperial city of Dinkelsbühl, noa* has succeeded in giving different architectural identities, each with its own history and peculiarities, a common face.
Project name
Goldene Rose Hotel
Architecture firm
noa* network of architecture
Location
Dinkelsbühl, Middle Franconia, Germany
Photography
Alex Filz
Making changes to your home can be an exciting process, but ensuring you have enough space to accommodate those changes is vital. Whether adding a new room or simply expanding an existing one, having extra space will make the renovation process much smoother and less stressful.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Vector Pouch
LLI Design recently completed a total redesign and refurbishment of a 5 storey, period terraced townhouse in Highgate, North London. LLI Design’s work was commended with an award in the Residential Interior Private Residence London category, of the United Kingdom Property Awards in association with Rolls Royce.
Project name
Victorian Townhouse, Highgate
Architecture firm
LLI​ ​Design
Location
Highgate, London, UK
Photography
Richard Gooding
Archi-Tectonics renovated the existing 4070 sq ft residence and created new sculptural fences throughout the property. Interior renovation included re-designing the bathrooms and the kitchen / dining area, creating airy relaxed spaces featuring natural materials and playful accents.
Project name
North Salem Residence and Landscape
Architecture firm
Archi-Tectonics
Location
North Salem, New York, USA
Photography
Federica Carlet
Basements have long been an integral part of construction, providing a space for storage, living, and even commercial use. But in recent years, basement finishing and renovation has become increasingly popular, with companies like Penguin Basements in Hamilton leading the way. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of basement finishing a...
Written by
Milos Radakovic
Photography
Adam Winger
A collaboration between Blue Truck Studio and a new homeowner with DIY construction experience, this home for a young family was a triumph in overcoming obstacles. Originally a dilapidated and compact two-bedroom, the house transformed into an expansive three-bedroom through the addition of a third floor cantilevered off the back
Project name
Gates
Architecture firm
Blue Truck Studio
Location
San Francisco, California, USA
Photography
Open Homes Photography
The renovation was committed to preserving and integrating the existing cottage into the contemporary extension. This was achieved through the retention of traditional elements, such as the original stove that has been carved into the modern bathroom as a reminder of the properties history.
Project name
Courtyard House
Architecture firm
Nathalie Scipioni Architects
Location
Earlwood, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Kat Lucas
This is a renovation of a typical Zoute villa with white brick and thatched roof. Though the house had a great charm it was also very dark with very small spaces. Therefore a glass extension with minimal windows was added and spaces were connected in a continuous and more open layout.
Project name
Renovation of Old Cottage Villa
Architecture firm
Architects Claerhout - Van Biervliet
Location
Knokke, Belgium
Photography
Jan Verlinde, Andreas Vanwalleghem