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Seoul – A residential project by STPMJ architects reveals an unconventional way of building homes in dense areas of South Korea.
Amsterdam – In their Frame Publishers book, the UNStudio founders discuss how network knowledge permeated through several of their projects.
Stockholm – Architect Måns Tham maximised the sleeping and leisure space in a 100 sq-m Stockholm apartment by creating a series of nooks and niches.
Litvínovice, Czech Republic – A Czech family house in a small village imports minimalism in response to aesthetic oversaturation and housing needs.
Tokyo – The ceiling of the House of Wind and Light, a renovated apartment by Office Shogo Onodera, bears the tracks of its former layout.
London – Urban Mesh Design came up with hip-height compromises to adjust this residence to its two vertically disparate main dwellers.
Amsterdam – The newest print issue of Frame shows us how we will live tomorrow. Should we build upwards or outwards?
Utrecht – The founder of the Iconic Houses Network explains why these homes are such a treat for design fans – and what the masterpieces of the future could be.
Seoul – Daniel Valle Architects brought a typical 90s dwelling straight into the present with a process that mirrored the history of the neighbourhood.
London – With the help of some rather light materials, Craftworks turned the heavy ruins of a forsaken chapel into a bright four-bedroom home.
Copenhagen – The accordion features in the Brought Together House make room for stepchildren every other week –and turn into adult-friendly spaces when they’re gone.
Melbourne, Australia – A residential renovation by Austin Maynard Architects focused on sharing its garden spaces with the neighbours.
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