Articles tagged Residential

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In Los Angeles' Koreatown, this building hides some unexpected green spaces

Los Angeles – Mariposa1038, a 32-unit housing complex by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, connects residents through clever outdoor spaces.

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An Argentinean studio makes the most of a complex space thanks to an unusual roof

Buenos Aires – The very first project realized by Constanza Chiozza and Pedro Magnasco of CCPM Arquitectos involved the renovation of their own house in Buenos Aires.

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An unsightly shed on the French shore was converted into a comfortable cabin

Normandy, France – Freaks Architecture turned a concrete storage space into the ‘Viking house’, a perfect getaway from the Parisian life.

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A designer overcame one of the steepest streets in the U.S. to create a dream house

Los Angeles – Production designer Tino Schaedler picked a steep street in Los Angeles as the setting for his self-designed home.

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This is how to turn a decrepit listed building into a studio with a guesthouse

Herefordshire, England – David Connor and Kate Darby preserved a ruined cottage in rural England by encapsulating it within their new architecture studio.

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‘Nowadays you can be a gay architect, but you can't do queer architecture’

Tokyo – Adam Nathaniel Furman’s bold, bittersweet and bulbous Nagatacho apartment is more than meets the (queer) eye

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This Japanese house was entirely built without a single nail

Designed by Japanese architect Takasaki Masaharu, for the Shinon-no-ie house were only used natural materials.

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This Parisian house marries technology with green surroundings

Paris – Villa S, an interconnected residence designed by Jakob + MacFarlane, pays an homage to Art Nouveau by blending together machine and organic form.

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Every bit of this Dublin house is so damn weird (and we love it)

Dublin – Architect Jake Moulson turns the D2 Townhouse, a residential renovation in Georgian Dublin, into an ode to outer-space camp.

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Say, you don’t like brutalist buildings? Shed some light, then

What do a child’s bedroom in Barcelona, a brutalist pavilion in the UK and a villa in Mexico City have in common? At night, there’s LED everywhere.

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Into co-living? This furniture can increase social interaction in shared housing

London – Seray Ozdemir's half-company-half-collection, Corridor Society, targets communal dwellers by presenting furniture that helps make a shared house a home.

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Now, 90s nostalgia has reached housing – but in Spain, it’s actually bittersweet

Cardedeu, Spain – Lluís Alexandre Casanovas ‘restores’ a remnant of the real estate boom in Spain, as a way to preserve that historically troubling aesthetic.