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Adapted to the Modern Worker On-the-Go: Creative Shortcut Stool and Chair

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With the modern worker is on-the-go, moving from meeting to meeting and from quiet to collaborative environments, Steelcase brand turnstone created the Shortcut stool and chair for short-term sits that keep pace in today’s office. Shortcut is ideal for conference room meetings or impromptu brainstorms around the kitchen. According to the project developers, the fully […]

How To Avoid Mistakes When Renovating

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Renovating. The word alone conjures images of messy, dust-filled rooms. Think of kitchen renovations where the stove, fridge and dishwasher have been pulled out and placed in the middle of the TV room—optimal for entertaining guests, right?  Even worse, bathroom renovations where your entire family of five is forced to share ONE bathroom while the […]

Visually Striking Applecross House Showcasing Large Roof and Balcony Overhangs

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Applecross House by Brian Burke Homes is an original looking two-level residence located in Perth, Australia, close to the Canning River foreshore. The aim of the architects was to maintain the essence of a traditional home, while planning an unconventional luxury retreat. Due to extensive use of glass and large terraces adjoining both levels, the […]

“Passage of Landscape” Residence in Japan Honoring Interconnected Spaces

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Passage of Landscape in Toyota, Japan is a private home designed by Achitect ihrmk near a terraced paddy field. The clients wanted a home that would allow them to wake up to the peaceful sounds of nature. Functionally, the brief required plenty of storage space to fulfill their daily needs: “I did not want to […]

Visually Provoking Modern Retreat in Bulgaria: Slight Slope Long House

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Located in Targovishte, Bulgaria, Slight Slope Long House is a modern residence envisioned by I/O Architects as a massive horizontal volume. According to the project developers, the topography of the site resembles a cavea of an antic theater: “The long structure is facing the favorable sun orientation and the view in slight opposition of the […]

Overlapping Spatial Volumes Defining Fenwick Street House in Australia

Fenwick Street House by Julie Firkin Architects surprises due to its unconventional architecture and indoor overlapping spatial volumes. Covering an area of 1,130 square feet, the project in Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia consists of a wooden addition to the original weatherboard cottage on the site: “This design was developed to maximize the available light and […]

Black Modern Refuge Surrounded by Vine Fields: Schuler Villa in Switzerland

Have a look at this black modern refuge surrounded by lush vegetation in the village of Boudry, Switzerland. Schuler Villa is a three-level, 690 square-meter residence designed and implemented by andrea pelati architecte. Aiming for a high level of privacy, the studio created a relatively closed facade towards the public spaces, while opening up the […]

Modern Home Design Reflecting the Owners’ Personalities: Golf House in Australia

Developed by Studio 15b for a retired couple, the Golf House in Brisbane, Australia is a modern residence overlooking a beautiful golf course. The project was planned on a single level, with no internal stairs. This idea was driven from the clients’ request of having a user-friendly home they could feel comfortable in for a […]

Modern 9-Room Peninsula Home in Sweden Opening Up to the Views

Boasting a living surface of 316 square meters, this peninsula home in Sweden designed by architect Boris Culjat is surrounded by a dream landscape. The main unit accommodates nine rooms plus kitchen and is structured on two levels. There is also a guest house on the site, with its own kitchen and living room with […]

Modern Family Home in UK Exuding a Fresh Character: The Butterton Project

LLI Design have recently completed The Butterton Project, which consisted of a total make-over of the ground floor of a newly built house in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. The clients, a young professional couple with two children, wanted a modern look that wasn’t cold and clinical. They wanted their home to be somewhere they could relax […]

Heritage Building in Portugal Gets a Striking Contemporary Extension: Curva House

Curva House in Australia by LSA Architects & Interior Design merges the appeal of a heritage Federation-style building with the contemporary vibe of a bold extension: “Created around a love of entertaining and family, the seamless link between the spaces allow for effortless flow with the strong use of texture and form. The formal gardens, […]

Contemporary Beverly Hills Home Boasting Circular Motifs

Dennis Gibbens Architects imagined a contemporary Beverly Hills home as a heavenly place under the Californian sun where living and entertaining go hand in hand. Completely renovating the existing structure and offering inhabitants the possibility to live a blessed life here, Dennis Gibbens Architects worked with talented craftsmen to convey the existing home into a stunning cul-de-sac property. Boasting […]

Why a Class in Communications is a Must for Architects

Ever felt like nobody gets you? Are you the one with all the great ideas, if only you could get others to open their ears and listen?  What is it about that guy/gal at work? You know who we’re talking about—the one who makes a room fall silent, all ears on them, everyone listening, nodding, […]

Modern Forest House Dedicated to Blues Music: Black House Blues

A couple in love with the blues imagined their life together. Painting the picture, they needed a place that would magnify this passionate love for soul-shaking music and help it unfold naturally.  This is how the Black House Blues in a small village called Kulautuva in Lithuania, was built. Spreading over 170 square meters, this modern forest house in Lithuania is dressed […]

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