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London – Cleverly working around planning restrictions, Flow Architecture and Magrits completely transform a Victorian residence in London.
Shanghai – Without altering the layout or touching historical elements, Wutopia Lab use colour and texture to entirely 'rewrite' a Shanghai residence.
Shanghai – AZL Architects designed a cross-generational house in the rural outskirts of Shanghai, allowing several family members to care for their ailing parents.
Furano, Japan – Instead of tearing down a house that still holds Hokkaido’s agricultural heritage, Yoshichika Takagi turned it into a residential greenhouse for a large family.
London – Chance de Silva Architects and Scanner designed a residential house in London to explore the boundary between sound and architecture.
Tokoname, Japan – By building walls with openings in this Japanese house, Suppose Design Office created a continuous space divided into smaller areas.
Kyoto – In highly urban Kyoto, architecture studio 07Beach designed a wooden house that gravitates around a tree that grows in its centre.
São Paulo – Studio MK27’s Catuçaba house, nestled in the nature, works just as a modern, modular, and self-sufficient Brazilian farm.
Normandy, France – Freaks Architecture turned a concrete storage space into the ‘Viking house’, a perfect getaway from the Parisian life.
Paris – Villa S, an interconnected residence designed by Jakob + MacFarlane, pays an homage to Art Nouveau by blending together machine and organic form.
New York City – At this year's New York Design Week, Fernando Mastrangelo wants users to experience the future of design in real life.
Cardedeu, Spain – Lluís Alexandre Casanovas ‘restores’ a remnant of the real estate boom in Spain, as a way to preserve that historically troubling aesthetic.
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