This beautiful, modern cabin has not one, not two, but sixteen points of entry within it’s 1350 square feet of spaciousness. Continue reading
The Woolloongabba Gardenhouse (say that five times fast) is concrete testimony that architecture can be quite small and still contain big ideas. It was designed by Australian firm REFRESH* for a client in Brisbane who was interested in doing a project that promotes urban density and infill. The 80 sq.m. Woolloongabba Garden house is a result of making the most of an incredibly compact space, and makes tiny living seem accessible for even the most skeptical square footage junkies. Continue reading
The Perched House Extension exists behind an existing residence on a narrow plot of land in Melbourne, Australia. Designed by Rara Architecture, the contemporary addition makes the most of a modest floor plan with formal efficiency, elegant detailing, and a distinct attention to natural light. It is a two-story renovation that does few things wrong, and is a tidy architectural package wrapped in an eco-friendly sense of sustainability and energy consumption. Continue reading
Farm life has never looked so relaxing as it does on Fallkill Farm, where an 1830’s farmhouse sits quietly after a full transformation took place.
Located in Hyde Park, NY, and sitting on a whopping 36 acres surrounded by all of nature’s glory, this rustic retreat was the handiwork of Wolcott Builders, who put the pieces of this barn-house back together beautifully. Continue reading
Between Two White Walls exists a thoughtfully enclosed, formally pure, and existentially self-aware work of residential architecture. It’s a home as introverted as it is grandiose – a sculptural wonder designed by Portuguese architect Corpo Atelier. The home is protected on two sides against exposition to future neighbors, and in between celebrates both sight and experience, leaving the ever-flowing volumes of interconnected space to do all the talking. Continue reading
Cubes are as chic as they come in this NYC loft apartment, beautifully designed by Desai Chia Architecture for the photographer who lives here; and their request somewhat simple – create a tranquil live/work environment that would be an inspiring space and a comfortable home in which to dwell. Nailed it! Continue reading