Birdhouse by Adam Sokol
Situated on an urban infill site, the house builds on Buffalo’s rich architectural heritage, with works by Frank Lloyd Wright and H.H. Richardson only steps away.
Chevron House by Andy Martin Architects
Responding to the existing Edwardian architecture, where the walls/ceilings are left white and interventions strongly coloured.
Mews 04 by Andy Martin Architects
The original design of barrel vaults was transformed into a ‘sine curve’ form, with 3 large curved double glazed units
Home of Howard Slatkin
A New York apartment where every single doorknob, tile and 19th-century silk lampshade is one of a kind designed by him.
(Source: The New York Times)
Private House by Michele De Lucchi
A simple curved wall separates the living space from the rooms.
Casa Cor by Pedro Lázaro
The use of timber ties the exterior and interior together, but the switch from decking to ceiling draws a distinction.
House F-H by ALT
This timber extension provides several sanitary spaces for a town house that accommodates a family with five children.
Apartment by Ekaterina Avrutskaya & Alexander Akinkin
The orange faces are Nemo Chairs by Fabio Novembre.
100 Colors Tokyo by Emmanuelle Moureaux
Visitors picked the colour that best represented their feelings.
Bridge Street Residence by Beatrix Rowe
The mobile kitchen island and accessibility to the inner courtyard allows very flexible use of the kitchen space.
Goodman House by Preston Scott Cohen
A transported and re-erected Dutch barn frame is contained in this house like a guitar in its case.
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