All posts with tag:architecture

In recent years, the world’s leading architects have literally competed who will best merge their new project with the environment. The trend towards unity with nature is probably the key one in our time, and which is really delightful. Today we want to show you a fresh project of the young Dutch studio Enter the…

In her projects, architect Sarah Henry always strives not to lose touch with nature. She adhered to the same concept when designing her own home in Melbourne. Large opening windows, simple brick and concrete finishes, wooden furniture and always a lot of solutions for planting: flower niches, a well-kept garden and an area with an…

The exterior of this house in New Zealand proves to us that an all-wooden home is not a relic of the past and not only an option for mountain chalets. The designer here combines solid wood and plywood with dark furniture, stone and tiles: due to this, the interiors are textured, but not overloaded. Textiles…

A large family of architect Emily Fox lives in this house in Sydney. She has a husband, two children and a dog, but grandparents and other relatives constantly come to visit. Initially, this house was designed to be divided into two parts: the house itself and an apartment with a separate entrance. The architect decided…

Green hills, small bays, and scenic hiking trails: all these beauties can be admired by the owners of this home in New Zealand. The architects designed a simple yet functional home that blends seamlessly with the local landscape. In shape, it resembles old barns or local farmhouses, but is executed in a modern manner. The…

This home on Vinalhaven Island, Maine, is not the permanent residence to the owner’s family, but they come here regularly throughout the year. In summer, on the bay, which is located just a hundred meters from the house, you can sail by boat, and in winter – walk in the forest and enjoy the sea…

This modern house overlooking the ocean on Long Island turned out to be not only interesting from the architectural point of view, but also very functional – it’s protected from floods that periodically occur in these places. The building is elevated above the ground, and screens are placed on the lower level to help water…

The architects of this Australian home designed the building with five A-shaped structures that surround the courtyard and pool. The authors of the project were inspired by the simple and laconic design of summer houses from the past times. Each of the five pavilions has an exit to the courtyard, and they are connected to…

Australian design is immediately recognizable – it shows a complete harmony of unique historical architecture (the famous ‘Victorian terraced houses’) and sophisticated modern interiors. This home in Melbourne is exactly like that: artistic on the outside, stylish and sophisticated on the inside. The house has several characteristic arched openings – these are original elements that…