Fremantle House

The Fremantle House is a home of many colors, shapes, and stylish elements sure to set your interior design fire ablaze! Starting with the master bedroom drenched in a sea of dark walnut wood flooring, and a headboard and nightstands that are nearly a perfect match. This wood-centric space has a subdued 70s flair to it, while still offering a fresh modern appeal with grey tones throughout. Continue reading


Sauna Loyly

Saunas and bathhouses have always been an important aspect of the Finnish culture. It would make sense, then, that the revitalization project for Hernesaari – a formerly industrial area of Helsinki – would start with the construction of a public sauna and gathering space. Avanto Architects designed the Sauna Loyly as a cultural response to an area in desperate need of life and vigor. The unique faceted pavilion contains a traditional sauna and is meant to be the focal point of a waterfront installation that marks the emergence of a coastal park and urban residential development. Continue reading



We don’t know that we have ever seen a “nearly” full-scale library offering a rooftop terrace before, but the XSBK Flat by Cadaval & Sola Morales offers exactly that! Set in Mexico City this home delivers a wall comprised entirely of books. Truly any reader’s paradise, the space looks comfortably modern while delivering grey slate tile flooring, floor to ceiling windows, and enough charm to even make Romeo blush. Continue reading


Parqer Glass

No need to rethink a romantic date in the park or on the beach, with the Parqer Glass you and your loved one can comfortably enjoy your favorite wine outdoors. Continue reading


Groundfridge: Underground Food & Wine cellar

Oh you thought you had seen it all? Think again, because the Groundfridge is about to blow …your …mind! Unavailable until spring of 2017, you will have to hold on to your excitement for some time, but let the anticipation begin because this autonomic number is a chic new addition to the cellar world. Continue reading


Quintana 4598

The Quintana 4598 is a rare mixture of modular construction and modern design, packaged together in a unique multi-family exploration of materiality and flexible interior programming. IR Architectura had breathed new life into a building typology that is notorious for sacrificing imagination for “whatever’s cheap.” The result is a cohesive structure that not only gives tenants the most for their money, it adds urban intrigue to an area in Saavedra, Argentina that was in sore need of a facelift. Continue reading


LOFT Linear Kitchen

Loft delivers a fully equipped kitchen design that makes you want to just sit and stare. It delivers a rustic ambiance that is clutter free, while still being eclectic enough to create curiosity in a room in the home that is always the most popular – the kitchen! Continue reading


InBox Capsule Hotel

I’m sure you’ve heard the stories about hotels in Tokyo, Japan being little more than a roll-up mattress stuffed inside a shoe box. Heck, you might have even stayed in one. But I’m guessing you’ve never seen anything quite like this hotel in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which takes that concept and applies a thick coat of style and function. The InBox Capsule Hotel by DA Architects is an entirely new type of temporary housing, encouraging community while at the same time providing privacy and comfort in an entirely bizarre architectural package. Continue reading


Apartment LI

Apartment LI looks something like an archaeological find, heavy with stonewalls yet lightened by charming corners. Originally, this tiny space housed horse-drawn carriages and tack gear for the main house, and has been expertly refinished by Anne Rolland Architecte. Continue reading


Linear Cabin

The appropriately named Linear Cabin is a formally pure architectural interruption in an otherwise tree-populated site in the heart of Wisconsin. And I mean that in the best possible way. Johnsen Schmaling Architects have dropped this beautifully designed residential object on the land with purpose and conceptual intent. It’s simplicity lends itself to both economy of space and economy of budget. Standing at just 900 square feet, this modern cabin is just the kind of statement residential design often lacks. Continue reading