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The Brandywine House, in an upscale residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C., was completed by Robert M.
When kitchen designer Alex Saint of Kitchen Architecture approached the project of adding a modern kitchen to an 18th-century thatched-roof cottage in Cheshire, England, he did so with the property’s historic integrity in mind.
This modern home in Gliwice, Poland, has a long, narrow footprint that stands out from the traditional neighboring dwellings.
From the back of this house in suburban Melbourne, Australia, you’d never guess it was a Victorian. Robson Rak Architects upgraded the Malvern home and added a new living space off the courtyard.
Image: West Elm The sofa is the most important piece in a living room, no matter how big or small the space is.
“Places grow when we fill them with experiences,” says Hungarian design studio Planbureau. The studio’s new product, Logiplaces, depict cityscapes molded from concrete, allowing users to explore locations near and far in a new way: through touch.
RSRG Architects completed the renovation of a 1,173-square-foot home in the Pinheiros area of São Paulo, Brazil. João Apartment features colorful furniture, an array of plants and original artifacts from around the world.
Image: Kircher Design and Build Super Bowl Sunday is coming up! Unless you’re one of the lucky few to have scored tickets to the big game, it’s likely you’ll be watching from home.
Pascali Semerdjian Architects designed the Toy House in São Paulo, Brazil. The 2,659-square-foot play area was built next to the owner’s home especially for entertainment — of children and adults alike.
Spring is on its way, and that means it’s time to welcome color back into the home. Indoor plants bring interiors to life, freshen the air and celebrate the growing season.
What if you could add a skylight to your basement or any other room that could use a slice of sunlight?
Mid-century American bathrooms were in love with pattern and color. The 1940s saw suburbs filled with bubblegum-pink bathroom floors, mint-green countertops, and even tubs, toilets and sinks in vibrant colors.
Located between the Algarve mountain range and the Ria Formosa Natural Reserve in Portugal, this villa was recently upgraded by Atelier Rua architects.
Villa Ljung is a charming vacation home near the sea in Höllviken, Sweden. The project was completed by Johan Sundberg Architecture and comprises three buildings: a residence, a garage and a small cottage for an aging relative.
Most of us have stuck to the safe choice of a white ceiling. After all, it goes with almost everything in the room — and someone once said a white ceiling makes a room feel bigger and brighter.
Scott & Scott Architects completed North Vancouver House, a rustic renovation of a 1950s post-and-beam house in Canada. The project is the result of a collaboration between the architect and the client, two history professors, and their shared interest in traditional buildings and materials.
Located in a lushly planted residential area of Singapore and surrounded by mature trees, this green modern residence aims to capture the spirit of its surroundings.
I/O Architects completed the design of Pagoda House in Sofia, Bulgaria. The two-level, single-family home is perched on a hill, offering panoramic views of the city on one side and the mountains on the other.
Chris Bosse, the director of Australian architecture practice LAVA, upgraded a narrow apartment and made it his own.
Architecture Open Form recently completed the redesign of LeJeune Residence, a circa-1890s home in the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough of Montreal, Quebec.