Haus Fink by Markus Innauer
Notice the impeccable joinery work between the different faces.
House by Flávio de Carvalho
Casa Vogue did the spread as a tribute to the Brazilian architect/artist, with a range of designer items and artwork.
Romita Comedor by Rodrig Espinoza
The building dates back to the early 1900s and its style was inspired by grand railway stations.
Bar Agricole by Aidlin Darling Design
The restaurant’s skylight openings were fitted with twisting glass sculptures made from warped Pyrex cylinders,
Clockwork by Souheil Al-Awar
Its only exterior signage is a slim neon arrow pointing down to its door, so finding the restaurant requires local knowledge.
London Park Apartment by Francis Sultana
Historic-preservation regulations stipulated that the spaces couldn’t be partitioned to give them more intimate proportions. The challenge was ‘to create a home, not a museum.’
Home of Isabel López
A former wax factory became a home with the help of architect Pablo Carvajal and landscape designer Fernando Caruncho.
Cafe Di Stasio by Allan Powell Architects
The design sets out to imbue serious dining with a simultaneously impromptu casualness, as if diners have found their own picnic space within an urban field.
Piso Viroc by Castroferro Arquitectos
Cement panels were used for storage, partitions and doors.
Crumpler Prahran by Russell & George crumpler
The light grid, monochromatic finishes, and grey rocks piled along the floors, all designed to frame the colourful products.
Villa Nocturne by Timothy Whealon
Built in the early 20th century, it became a ‘handsome shell, with a dilapidated interior’, redone in a Mediterranean-style.
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