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  • House of Eight Gardens by Goko

    Eight glass-walled gardens offer views of greenery to the occupants of this minimally furnished house in Cuernavaca, Mexico, by architecture firm Goko. The open-air spaces that give the project its name, House of Eight Gardens, were incorporated into the design by Mexico City-based Goko to enable daylight to illuminate the interior, as well to introduce elements of nature. “Our goal was to create a […] More

  • Mölle by the Sea by Elding Oscarson

    Elding Oscarson is the joint operation between Johan Oscarson and Jonas Elding. The collaboration is young, but combines substantial experience from employments in Sweden and Japan, covering both local and international architecture, from large projects to small product design. “Mölle is an extreme location with regards to topography and landscape, as well as history and […] More

  • The Water Tower by Architect Michael Carapetian

    The Water Tower by Architect Michael Carapetian ties in cozy and modern in a splendid reconstruction project dating back to 1970s. Nevertheless the project has been taken to modern day standards by architect Trevor Jones. In addition to a massive plot of more than half an acre, the house itself takes the scope of 3,500 […] More

  • Oeuf by Flat House

    Named after the egg-shaped plan of the central structure, Flat House designs a multi-purpose house – as a live-in art gallery and cafe for a young couple. The 80-square-metre space contains a cafe, art studio and double-height gallery on the public ground floor, and a bedroom, bathroom and terrace on the private upper floor. Continue below […] More

  • Writer’s Shed by Weston Surman & Deane Architecture

    Writer’s Shed by Weston Surman & Deane Architecture was designed by the London based architecture studio by the commission of author and illustrator as an inspiring part of his property in which he could create his works in. “The design responds to the client’s passion for children’s literature and mythologies.The space is conceived as a […] More

  • The Old School House by Architect Robert Wood

    The Old School House redesigned into a cozy family home has been remodeled by architect Robert Wood in the early 1990s. The architect has redesigned the old school property located in Finchingfield – Essex for his own occupation. The construction was originally built in the late 19th century. FIND MORE HOUSES ON ARCHISCENE. The current […] More

  • HouseAA by Moca Architects

    Originally from Dezeen.   Moca Architects designed the two-storey family home, named HouseAA, for a plot in a residential area of Nara city, in the Kansai region of Japan. Two bedrooms are positioned across the lower floor of the property, accessed through a recessed wooden door, while an open-plan living space is located on the […] More

  • Citizen M Paris by Concrete Amsterdam

    In a few years time Citizen M has established itself as a comfortable design hotel solution, with addresses open in London, Amsterdam and Paris. In charge of hotel chain’s visual identity are the talented creatives at Concrete Amsterdam architecture practice. One of their latest projects is Citizen M Paris located half an hour away from the […] More

  • Hungarian House by Foldes Architects

    Foldes Architects designs the warm yet modern hose in Hungary, whose residents are in a possession of a massive library. Instead of creating clutter, their precious books actually become integral part of the interior, thanks to the elongated shelf. FIND MORE HOUSES ON ARCHISCENE. The facade is simple and made out of a brick material,  the same […] More

  • Design Weeks Are Still Alive! Discover BELGRADE DESIGN WEEK!

    The crisis around the globe has in its silence canceled quite a few renowned design weeks, thankfully the annually held Belgrade Design Week is around for another year. Established in 2005 the week long design festival brings to the south of Europe talented creatives from countless design fields who share their work and knowledge through […] More

  • Quiet by TILT

    Quiet furniture pieces design coming from talented creatives at the TILT studio. For more images continue after the jump: More

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