The conversation and renovation of 2 flats into a single dwelling home, transformed them back to their original configuration as a Victorian terraced home. The client were a lovely young couple that lived in the top part of this unmodernised house.They had the opportunity to buy the bottom part of the house and their vision was to unite the two parts of the house into one single dwelling house and bring back the old charm that was lost due to past renovations.Brosh architects couldn’t agree more with their vision and welcomed this approach so they worked together in a perfect sync. Photography : Ollie Hammick See also :

Rural living in a beautifully situated circular barn house in the countryside adjacent to the edge of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug. “Everything that happens in our dream home, from heating to driving the electric cars, comes from the sun,” said the enthusiastic owners. Design, Sustainability and Circularity are not empty phrases in this house. But next to sustainability, this open-plan house is decorated in a mixture of modern and vintage design with rustic wooden elements that add warmth and a wonderful spiral staircase that is situated in the center of the ground floor living space. See also :

Southbank Apartment is a 3 Bedroom apartment in Brisbane’s iconic Southbank with one of the most spectacular views of Brisbane CBD – and beyond, designed by Wrightson Stewart. The immersive city views showcase the smart design principles of the apartment with uninterrupted vistas that really connect you to both the city and streetscape surrounds.The apartment’s design features a rich and textural layering of finishes, purpose built seating and custom wall treatments. The interior is a dialogue between masculine and feminine, with oak flooring, blackened timber joinery and warm bronze detailing. Photography : Kylie Hood See also :

A real estate developer based in Memphis, reached out to Jessica Gersten Interiors in January 2021 having just purchased an apartment at 111 Murray Street in Tribeca as a New York pied-à-terre for his family. Pulling from inspiration the client shared, Jessica developed a palette of jewel tone color, black iron and brass, travertine, and walnut, with accents of Mid-Century Italian and French design, combined with Contemporary Art and ceramics. In the apartment are references to the work of iconic designers Gio Ponti, Marco Zanuso, Ico Parisi, Jean Prouvé, Pierre Chareau and nods to artists Donald Judd lamp and Alexander Calder. The living room niche has walnut paneling and a seating area that includes an emerald green sofa with an Alexander Calder inspired end table, “Lady” chairs by Marco Zanuso, and a travertine coffee table ensemble of Jessica’s design. Contemporary ceramics by Berlin based artist Jojo Corväiá accent the coffee…

Juan Poggi was asked to convert an entire floor of a hotel Particulier in the heart of Paris, France. They immersed themselves within mouldings, woodwork and hardware in order to prepare this space for brocades, velvets and other gorgeous european materials, which they used to create a modern, yet traditional Parisian flat. Photography : carlos domenech photography See also :

Located within South Miami and its beautiful canals. this house is in an area surrounded by water and lush vegetation native to South Florida. Architect Juan Poggi rethought every space and made this house a comfortable and casual space to call a home. Furthermore, they designed several pieces to compliment the scale of this residence. Photography : mark roskams See also :

Among the mile-wide rolling cornfields on Österlen is Eva and Kristian’s four-lane farm. Creating a cozy and relaxed place to be able to gather the whole family was one of the goals of the renovation – which required both genuine understanding and a large dose of feeling for everything to be right. It looks stylish and almost modern, without in any way sticking out or making a fuss of itself. Rather, it blends in perfectly, but the farm was also built in the middle of the 19th century. Photography : SOFI SYKFONT See also :

This beautiful countryside home has been completely transformed by G.P. Schafer Architect, located in Mill Valley, a city in Marin County, California. This lovely countryside home offers a bright and airy new interior layout with plenty of charm. Decorated with a layering of textures and accessories, the interiors are brimming with warmth and personality. This home is very livable, with spaces that are ideal for family living and entertaining…  London-based interior designer Rita Konig was responsible for infusing every room of this countryside home with her characteristic quirky charm. (via ) See also :

Indie & Co.’s client, who had recently purchased this gorgeous Victorian property, decided to reconfigure the building into one rental flat, a home home office/ guest flat and a maisonette for herself. Working alongside her architectural team, designers were commissioned to design the scheme and specify the furniture, fixtures and fittings in a way that would tie all the areas of this unique layout together. Using a beautiful grey terrazzo in the kitchen and bathrooms gives continuity, as well as the beautiful golden oak that acts as a consistent theme through the space, coupled with accents of brass and copper to bring a sense of warmth and luxury. They selected a soft blue for the walls which serves as the backdrop to a unique wall sculpture inspired by nearby Hampstead Heath by Kaori Tatebayashi. The soft shades combined with the grain of natural timber exudes a serene calm, while carefully…

Let that light in! A beautifully lit ground floor wrap around extension and internal refurbishment to a dark a fragmented period property. The brief was to develop an open plan space that had a flow around the ground floor of the property. The works would need to open up a dark and disconnected ground floor in to one that allows the family to use all the spaces throughout the day and evening. It took a lot of effort from the clients and Iguana Architects to develop an interior design language that met their requirements and the clients were absolutely fantastic with their choices of finishes and lighting. Whilst it was a challenging project, it was equally satisfying seeing the project come to life. Its now a pleasure to go over and see the space, how happy the clients are and what a difference it has made to their life. Photography…

A 2100sf loft in the heart of the Flat Iron District by thread collective reconceives the loft as a place not just for young families or artists but for those in the golden years ready to experience the city from a new perspective. The single floor unit, is framed on three sides by large windows, flooding the interiors with natural daylight and creating a unique atmosphere for a New York apartment where light and windows are cherished. The design gut renovated the existing, which was a divided into small rooms, breaking through the space from front to back to create a new flow, with the program and uses defined by furnishings and interior built-ins, and sliding steel and glass partitions. The owner, Sandy Marker, has a close family with 2 grown sons who visit often from across the Hudson River. Having recently lost her husband, Sandy embraced the design process…