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Today Architectural Digest brings you to Manhattan's Upper East Side for an all-access tour of the triplex penthouse at 180 E88th Street, currently on the market for $33,000,000. Featuring 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and a full roof terrace with incomparable views, the penthouse at 180 E88th is New York living at its most elevated.

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Vidude
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Talk about a nice house! This week I take you to the bigger wing of Baan Issara Bangna “ The new legacy of Freedom . Check out this 6 bedroom, 760sqm property with there own private pool, a junior master bedroom and another proper additional Master bedroom with 3 kitchen space and lots more! Honestly one of the best spaces I’ve seen yet!

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Vidude
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Passionate about creating a small home that considers a sustainable future, Marc and Felicity Bernstein at Hütt Homes collaborated with Blum to bring functionality into their family’s sustainable home. From the exterior of the small home, the architecture considers brick and concrete as main elements of the design, while the interior uses timber as a key material to minimise the home’s carbon footprint. Utilising an open plan approach in the small home allows for a connection to the rear and first-floor gardens. Throughout the residence, a sense of communal living has been infused alongside sustainable elements.

In the sunken living room – where the sense of the communal spirit of the small home is evoked – the surrounding timber edges allow for extra seating for larger gatherings. At the other end of the house, the kitchen and dining room showcase the collaboration with Blum through storage units and cupboards. Helping to provide functionality, organisation and ergonomics while increasing the home's passive living, Blum specified products such as the LEGRABOX in the kitchen and first-floor bedrooms to enhance storage and aesthetic function.

Moving upstairs to the private spaces, Blum has assisted with the home’s organisation and ergonomics with floor-to-ceiling cupboards in the master to staircase storage systems in the children’s rooms. Additionally, a net has been installed in the children’s rooms, hanging over the ground level and allowing for extra play space without taking away from liveable areas. Further assisting with the passive living of the home, a garden has been installed on the first level and a living green wall in the bathroom adds a natural flow of oxygen. Continuing the importance of indoor air quality, a mechanical heat recovery system has been installed to capture fresh air and remove any stale air. Furthermore, a heat exchanger allows for temperature stability all year while maintaining energy efficiency.

Throughout the small home, an emphasis on creating a carbon neutral project is referenced in the architecture and interior design choices. From the use of timber to the living green wall and connections to the gardens, sustainability is the key focus of Blum and Hütt Homes' collaboration. An inspiration for upcoming architects and designers to think and design responsibly, TMRW Home is a responsible family residence that considers the present and the future.

00:00 - Introduction to the Small, Sustainable and Timeless Home
00:48 - The Shape of the Land
01:12 - A Walkthrough the Home
01:41 - Making the Most of the Small Space
02:00 - Blum Addicts
02:14 - Blum's Input
02:45 - Blum Storage Options
03:10 - The First Floor
03:38 - The Top Floor
03:54 - 5 Principles of a Passive House
04:44 - Creating a Carbon-Neutral Home
05:13 - A Home That Ticks Every Box

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Vidude
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Donald Trump has many expensive homes and New York penthouses, but the most famous of his properties is Mar-a-Lago, the exclusive waterfront private club in Palm Beach, Florida. Estimated to be worth as much as $300 million, Trump bought the resort for an amazing deal after its original owner, Marjorie Merriweather Post, gave it to the government. With tons of gold accents and rooms built to resemble European palaces, the mansion and its sprawling estate are filled with expensive antiques and furniture, like a 1927 Steinway baby grand piano worth as much as $150,000. Trump has also made many extravagant renovations to the property, including a $7 million grand ballroom with gold leaf decorations, which is where he married Melania Trump.

Of course a club this exclusive charges huge fees for membership. We're talking a $200,000 initiation fee plus yearly dues of $14,000. But this price gives guests access to all the property’s many amenities, including spas, a beach club, and tennis courts. The Secret Service has also been charged up to $650 a night when they stay there, and these costs are expected to go up after some Secret Service agents move into the mansion once Trump leaves office. Mar-a-Lago also has a lot of secrets, like a library full of rare, first editions books. Here’s a look at the property which cost more than $120 million to build, and the renovations Donald Trump has added to the club to make it fit for a king.

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Vidude
3 Views · 10 days ago

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Welcome to Kapalua! This week, we are touring a 9.9 acre property which is THE MOST EXPENSIVE Mansion for sale in the state of Hawaii! Follow us on Instagram @EnesYilmazer , @AyersWorld !

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Property Address: 9 BAY DR, LAHAINA, HI 96761
Listing Price: $41,900,000
Property Link: https://tylercoonsmaui.com/hom....es-for-sale-details/

Specs:
7 Beds, 10 Baths
9.9 Acre Lot
6,645 Sq Ft

Listed By:
Tyler Coons
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Andrea Dunn
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Property Description:
Hawea Point brings together luxurious living and breathtaking views. The eponymous 9.9-acre estate is located on Hawea Point within the famed Kapalua Resort. The property includes over two acres of reserve land, ensuring the dramatic ocean and out-island views will always remain unobstructed.

The home lies at the center of the property, its every detail carefully crafted to offer unparalleled luxury while maintaining a low profile to connect the home to the landscape. Hawea Point has a fountain-centered courtyard and peristyle at its center, surrounded by sprawling living quarters and guest wings. The estate is tied together architecturally through the use of luxurious travertine marble floors, neutral colors, and tropical plants such as Red Ginger and Arabian Jasmine, calling to mind the elegant stone courtyards and gardens of Doris Duke's Shangri La.

Entering the courtyard from the porte cochere, the main living room, kitchen, and dining area are situated on the west wing (left side oriented to the southwest). Just beyond the pool, the yard dips and leads to the gated entrance to Namalu Bay, which is a favorite for snorkeling and cliff jumpers. Hawea Point's master bedroom is set in the northwest corner of the home. A semicircular wall of sliding glass doors brings the views of Molokai into the room.

The home's three-car garage has a Tesla charger. The private gym is accessed via the garage. Hawea Point is adjacent to the Montage Kapalua, which offers a world-class spa and access to Kapalua Bay Beach. This is a home that dreams are made of - a property of commanding beauty and exceptional luxury.

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Time Codes:
00:00 Introduction, Motorcourt
03:03 Central Courtyard
04:00 Great Room
05:43 L’or Coffee
07:45 Kitchen
08:49 Backyard, Outdoor Kitchen, Private Beach Access
11:02 Guest Suites
13:49 Primary Bedroom Suite
16:43 Grounds, Entertainment Lounge
18:34 Guest House
22:33 Night Tour
23:07 Outro

Vidude
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For this week's tour, we are at the beautiful Santa Monica touring an amazing beach house with unique curated pieces from all over the world! Follow us on Instagram @EnesYilmazer , @AyersWorld.

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Property Address: 966 Palisades Beach Rd Santa Monica, CA 90403
Specs: 5 Beds , 8 Baths
7,043 Sq Ft
0.13 Acre Lot
Listing Price: $21,995,000
Property Link: https://joycerey.com/listing/9....66-palisades-beach-r

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Veronica Klein
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Property Description:
This spectacular beach house on Santa Monica’s coveted Gold Coast was stunningly reimagined in 2014 by internationally-renowned Molori Design, showcasing exquisite European finishes, voluminous living spaces and panoramic ocean views. The primary suite is an elegant oasis, featuring walls of glass with breathtaking ocean views; high ceilings & fireplace; and a spa-like bath with a claw-foot tub, steam shower & oversized wardrobe closet. A second primary suite hosts a fireplace and private outdoor jacuzzi also with expansive ocean vistas. Adorned with 100-year-old reclaimed oak wood floors, the home boasts multiple formal and informal dining spaces, both inside & out. The lowest floor holds a cinema, game room & gym. The resort-like backyard with a second kitchen & BBQ leads to the infinity pool, spa, lounge area & fireplace, completing the ultimate beach lifestyle. The home is offered fully furnished & equipped with beautiful top-of-the-line decor, appliances, finishes, 24-hour security, smart-home technology, a private garage & extra guest parking. Overflowing with style and bursting with fun, live your dream in this one-of-a-kind coastal estate.

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Time Codes:
00:00 Introduction, Exterior
01:25 Entry, Patio, Outdoor Dining Area
03:22 Seating Area, Formal Dining Room
07:09 Hippo Insurance Services
08:21 Kitchen, Main Floor Staircase
11:53 Guest Rooms
14:35 Primary Bedroom Suite
18:55 Guest Room, Jr Primary Bedroom
22:42 Screening Room, Entertainment Space
26:48 Outdoor Kitchen, Backyard
29:10 Lounging Area, Beach Access
29:57 Outro

Vidude
5 Views · 15 days ago

Today EV checks out this $4,688,000 Architectural Island Masterpiece

A rare opportunity to own a Richard Henriquez-designed Coast Modern retreat, overlooking the newly designated Howe Sound Biosphere Region on the desirable west side of Bowen Island. This extraordinary waterfront property showcases one of the most beautiful natural settings imaginable, blurring the line between nature and landscape. Old-growth giant cedars surround this over half-acre waterfront property perched at the end of a quiet cul de sac.

Enjoy a front-row seat to year-round whale-watching, moody winter storms, and the most spectacular sunsets in the region. Believing an architect’s purpose is to create unique places in the world, Henriquez set out to do just that when he was commissioned to design this home built in 1978. Sensitive to the layered history of the region, and with a deep respect for the emotional resonance of the past, Henriquez designed Sonner House, honoring ancestral, familial, and historical presences.

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Chapters:
00:00 - Intro
1:38 - Entryway
1:48 - Dining Area
2:23 - Living Room
4:04 - Bedroom One
4:31 - Ensuite off the Bedroom
4:59 - Laundry Room
5:25 - Primary Bedroom
6:10 - Primary Ensuite
8:04 - Kitchen
8:44 - Bedroom Two
9:19 - Bedroom Three
9:47 - Rooftop
10:58 - Outdoor Space/Front Door
13:05 - Outro

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Listing By: Sue Scott
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Vidude
12 Views · 16 days ago

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Episode Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:55 Entrance
01:06 Formal Lounge
01:33 Study
01:56 Powder Room
02:02 Dining Room
02:24 Kitchen
02:39 Family Bathroom
03:02 Guest Bedrooms (Ground Floor)
03:40 Utility Room & Boot Room
03:58 First Floor
04:02 Principle Bedroom
04:24 Secret Room
04:49 Guest Bedroom Suite
05:18 Garden
05:49 Garage
06:10 Annex
06:50 Gardens
07:32 Garden Shed
08:00 Private Driveway
08:20 The Local Area - Datchet
09:02 Local Schools
09:17 Windsor Castle
09:38 Property Exterior At Night

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Vidude
7 Views · 24 days ago

The BIGGEST Mansions in The World

There are big homes, and then there are massive mansions.

Did you know that people literally have helipads and ballrooms in their homes? If that doesn’t say grand, we don’t know what does! Today, we’re going to be talking about 10 of the biggest mansions in the world, and well, this one’s about to get real crazy.


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finndahlenburg
0 Views · 24 days ago

Adding a rustic element within your home, Manetti Terracotta elevates interior spaces. Manufactured by Cotto Manetti for Artedomus, the tile contributes to the distinct character of View House by Archier.

In View House, Archier employs Manetti Terracotta as an honest and robust material that will age gracefully over time. As used in the View House entryway to counterpart the black brick façade, the reddish material aims to balance and warm your home. The tile also features in the downstairs bathroom, where its warming quality is amplified by a mirror placed opposite, allowing its presence to be seen from any perspective.

Before the terracotta tile reaches your home, it undergoes a process of slight refinement. After baking, the tile is washed with a gentle mixture of phosphoric acid and water to rid the surface of any white flecks. Then, once the tile is dry, a sealer is applied. The visual effect of the tile depends upon the type of sealer used, with some sealers enhancing the depth of the colour but a solvent-based, penetrating sealer will not change the appearance of the material. Authentic terracotta tiles traditionally feature a rough edge, therefore, if the design for your home requires a two-millimetre grout joint, the edge will need to be shaven. In following Italian tradition, incorporating a wider grout joint to the design of your home will respond to the roughness of the edge.

With the Cotto Manetti family creating the first same-named tiles in 1780, the current production methods are steeped in tradition and capture centuries of success. Supplying Manetti Terracotta, Artedomus has the privilege of bringing a piece of family history into your home.

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Photography by Adam Gibson.
Products, Terracotta, Stone, Bathware and Tiles by Artedomus.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Commercial Project.

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2 Views · 24 days ago

Responding to the issue of housing in Australia, Breathe Architecture creates some of the most sustainable homes in the country. Nightingale 1.0 is a carbon-neutral development, relying upon its own renewable source of energy to function.

The architecture of Nightingale 1.0 suggests that the complex will contain some of Melbourne’s most sustainable homes. Occupying the ground floor is a double-height commercial space, built from recycled brick as well as old steel and glass warehouse windows. In the entryway of the building, a connection to nature is emphasised with vines positioned to the side of the structure, allowing the greenery to grow against the wall.

Appliances by Fisher & Paykel contribute to the residences becoming some of Australia’s most sustainable homes. Aligning itself with the vision of a fossil-fuel-free complex, the company provides nine function electric ovens and sustainable 60-centimetre induction cooktops. A hidden double draw dishwasher is added to complement a seamless interior aesthetic.

Most importantly, the apartments of Nightingale 1.0 are some of the most sustainable homes available because they benefit from a renewable energy system embedded in the building. Comparing the system to a fossil fuel alternative, the renewable energy is ultimately cheaper, rewarding residents for their eco-consciousness.

By following the philosophy of ‘build less, give more’, Breathe Architecture is able to establish some of the most sustainable homes in the country. As a cost-effective, liveable solution to the problems facing the housing industry, Nightingale 1.0 shifts the perception of apartment living to give the concept significant long-term value.

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finndahlenburg
0 Views · 24 days ago

A modern and minimal apartment building, 231 Napier Street is designed by Edition Office for Milieu. Carefully designed with reference to the history of its site, the modern and minimal apartment building is comprised of eleven contemporary apartments, each expressing a sense of material honesty.

Located in the heart of Fitzroy and surrounded by culture, 231 Napier Street occupies a tranquil pocket of space, making it an escape from the bustle of city life. The modern and minimal apartment building is bordered by Gertrude, Smith and Brunswick Streets just north of the city.

The architectural detail of 231 Napier Street emerges from a close study of the built history of Fitzroy. “We studied the materiality of Fitzroy’s historic buildings, their relief patterns, the composition of windows and doors to the façade, and the rhythm of party walls that line the streetscape,” says Aaron Roberts, Director at Edition Office. The resulting modern and minimal apartment building strongly connects to its neighbouring context.

Internally, 231 Napier Street celebrates pared-back luxury. Full-height glazing enables the modern and minimal apartment building to borrow visual space from outside whilst bespoke joinery and an open plan layout maximises living space and encourages the circulation of fresh air through each home.
Reflecting a belief in refined simplicity and civic responsibility, shared by Milieu and Edition Office, 231 Napier Street stands as a modern and minimal apartment building that pays homage to its architectural context.

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Architecture and Interior Design by Edition Office.
Development by Milieu.
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Rowena Parade House is a modern house renovation, exploring the intersections between older heritage homes and modern, newer additions. With the intent to craft a sanctuary, or a private oasis, Technē has made considered, purposeful architectural design choices when integrating the older sections of the home with the new; the structure blurs the boundaries between each in order to create a modern and harmonious merging of forms.

Located in Richmond, in the inner city of Melbourne, Rowena Parade House is composed of a red brick heritage half, contrasting against a sleeker and modern house renovation. The architecture balances the two contrasting halves, working to create a warm and comfortable environment. As a modern house renovation, Rowena Parade House celebrates its original red brick structure. The dream home, as a modern house renovation, respects the original and authentic heritage architecture, where contemporary elements have been featured within the interior design, joinery and details. The joinery was treated as elevated furniture – hero pieces, such as the stone kitchen bench, shine throughout design. Inside, combinations of materials are used to celebrate the continual theme of blending – brick walls, a concrete floor, a timber ceiling, veneer and stone joinery.

The house tour showcases the painted mural located in the garden, as well as the dynamic interplay between the interior and exterior elements, made more apparent by the addition – a modern house renovation. Light reflects within the internal areas from the silver steel sculpture situated in the backyard and entertaining area.

The dream house features open plan living, kitchen and dining underneath the original roofing that, along with the front façade and chimneys, was able to be retained. The furniture speaks to a modern interpretation. Refined interior design aspects are showcased throughout with the use of circular detailing – this theme appears through the joinery and links back to the softer furniture pieces and the round window feature at the front of the house.

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Architecture and Interior Design by Technē.
Photography by Tom Blachford.
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Envisioning an elegant home inclined towards the raw and robust, Olive Cooke and Henry Tervenski exemplify how to use stone in your bathroom in crafting Base Camp Ewingsdale. Utilising natural stone by Artedomus, the main bathroom and master ensuite are individually defined.

Knowing how to use stone in your bathroom can allow you to create interiors that are both aesthetically superior and capable of standing the test of time. Combined with textures such as fabric, timber and plaster, natural stone contributes to a subtle selection of materials underpinned by a surprising sense of durability. Correctly chosen, the stone can have a transformative effect upon a bathroom space.

In Base Camp Ewingsdale, the main bathroom features Artedomus Travertine Zena. Neutral-toned grout – an effective yet understated detail – seamlessly blends the joints between the tiles, as well as the holes in the travertine itself. With its stone edges visually blurred by the grout, the bathroom proposes a compelling feeling of softness, making it a prime example of how to use stone in your bathroom.

The master ensuite champions a palladiana style of stonework. Large pieces of natural stone are joined to smaller connective pieces, creating a visually dynamic and unified image. Olive and Henry select a grey grout to function as a meeting point between the various tones.

Providing maintenance and installation tips, Artedomus offers expertise in how to use stone in your bathroom. Acidic and caustic cleaning products should be avoided, dismissed in favour of a PH-neutral option that does not harm the polish of the stone nor the effectiveness of the sealer.

During the process of renovation, knowing how to use stone in your bathroom strongly influences the end result. Base Camp Ewingsdale exemplifies the ability of natural stone to unify interior design and architecture, allowing a singular design intent to shine through.

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Photography by Andy Macpherson.
Architecture by Davis Architects.
Interior Design by Olive Cooke.
Build by Morada Build.
Landscape Architecture by Cooke Landscape Architecture.
Stones and Tiles by Artedomus.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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Traditionally, homes and pre-fabricated house's situated in the Australian landscape relied upon an imported architectural design from Europe, imposing on the landscape and unsuitable for the rural living experience. Courtyard House is a pre-fabricated house by CHROFI that challenges this former standard, instead embracing the harshness of the Australian environment.

The home works quietly by blending into its environment. The modules that make up the structure stand side-by-side and are linked together by a central courtyard. This alters the home’s sense of space, as the views extend through the rooms in the pre-Fabricated house and then further out into the landscape, successfully connecting interior and exterior areas.

As a pre-Fabricated house, the materiality of the building was dictated by weight, as the house was transported to the site on the back of a truck. Building a pre-Fabricated house within a controlled off-site environment offers ability to speed up construction times and manage wastage.

As prefabricated houses are built under a roof offsite, the home itself is protected from the elements while vastly minimising the impact to the site. For Courtyard House, CHROFI was drawn to Australian hardwood for the primary cladding; its natural finish speaking to the surrounding landscape of gumtrees.

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Architecture and Interior Design by CHROFI Architects.
Build by FABPREFAB Pre-Fabricated Homes.
Photography by Clinton Weaver.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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An exploration into the journey of building a home, the work of Whiting Architects and how their vision for the project has seamlessly integrated contemporary design into the heritage fabric of the original Brighton home.

This feature video and interview takes viewers on a journey through the stunning interiors of the Connect Six project, allowing them to truly understand the design and building process behind the project through the testimonies of those who created it.

We speak to Steven Whiting, founding director of Whiting Architects, and Josie Somerville, project architects on the Connect Six project, who give an in-depth breakdown of their process into the contemporary design that they've applied to their Connect Six project. Whiting Architects wanted to create a modest contemporary addition that perfectly matched the original heritage façade.

Ultimately Connect Six is a triumph in understanding the process of building and designing a contemporary home and integrating with Australian the existing heritage architecture.

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Filmed by Kintaro Studios.

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Gesticulating Wildly is a contemporary home created in collaboration between architects Carter Williamson, builders Artechne and interior designers Arent & Pyke. Fondly taking its name from its appearing like “a tall man standing at the back of the room, gesticulating wildly”, the home manages to respect its heritage Federation bungalow whilst celebrating a modern architectural addition at the rear of the house.

The contemporary add-on allows the new living spaces to open out onto the garden and outdoor landscaping. The windows are especially important in framing the areas of the landscape, bringing them into conversation with the interior spaces; they directly influence the spatial flow and operation of the house. The architectural structure romantically bends around an established tree that sits in the centre of the block, acting as a pivot point between the suburban and urban ideals expressed by the interior and architectural design.

Artechne worked closely with architect Carter Williamson and interior designers Arent & Pyke to ensure the contemporary addition of the home was purposefully executed. The materials in the house echo those found in the original building, specifically the use of slate, brick and timber floors for both architecture and interior design. The sections that are the most intriguing are the interior and exterior spaces where the new and the old speak to one another. The joinery throughout the interior is a considered element of the new addition, referencing the original details of the house where appropriate. The finer aspects of the architecture and interior design are the meeting of these materials, coming together to create enticing conversation for the clients to enjoy in the rituals of the everyday life in the house.

The new contemporary home, located in the inner west Sydney suburb of Ashfield, is the product of a powerful and well-defined partnership between the owners, architects, interior designers and builders. This process is realised and represented through each facet of the home; Gesticulating Wildly showcases how many people, all with vibrant and innovative solutions, together can contribute to completing the multifaceted puzzle of designing a contemporary home.

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Architecture by Carter Williamson Architects.
Build by Artechne.
Interior Design by Arent & Pyke.
Photography by Pablo Veiga.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

#ContemporaryHome #Architecture #InteriorDesign

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Embracing nature, Hawkesbury Farmhouse allows a family of 4 the space to grow. Designed by LiteraTrotta Architecture, the modern farmhouse is both a raw and refined dwelling.

Situated east of Hawkesbury River on an elevated piece of land, Hawkesbury Farmhouse is oriented west, facing the distant Blue Mountains. Assessing the pre-existing home, LiteraTrotta Architecture saw an opportunity to establish a modern farmhouse that would maximise the striking views available and feature moments of interior intimacy.

The residential and landscape architecture of the modern farmhouse celebrate the panoramic view. A light, angular roof form frames the external vista, whilst the wet edge of the pool visually cuts through the landscape. Inside the house, a curved timber screen delays the revelation of the view, enhancing its subsequent appreciation.

Responding to the extended floorplan of Hawkesbury Farmhouse, LiteraTrotta Architecture opens the roof to create a generous lightwell. The act allows natural light to touch the innermost parts of the modern farmhouse, establishing a feeling of intimacy and prompting the introduction of natural greenery into the interior.

Centred on points of difference, Hawkesbury Farmhouse balances raw and elegant characteristics. LiteraTrotta Architecture does justice to the dual nature of the modern farmhouse, ensuring that the sophisticated interior sits in harmony with the traditional farmhouse features.

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Architecture and Interior Design by LiteraTrotta Architecture.
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Production by The Local Project.

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Gordons Bay House by Secret Gardens and Milieu Creative is a waterfront family home with the perfect modern garden and landscape design to match.

Perched on a steep incline in picturesque Gordons Bay (Sydney, Australia), a tiered landscape and garden design from Secret Gardens sees the outdoor spaces match the uncompromising and site-specific house they surround.

A passion project of sorts for Secret Gardens founder Matt Cantwell, the brief for the waterfront family home was simple but demanding in its own right. “The garden and landscape design needed to complement the architectural style of the waterfront family home, but the clients also wanted something unique and confronting,” Matt explains.

Working within the inherited footprint, the project saw the architectural and interior renovation of a previously closed-off home, in which Davina Bester of Milieu Creative injected a sense of warmth and connection to the site through materiality, openness and key texturally refined elements to create the new waterfront family home for the clients, her brother Aidan and wife, Aleks.

Opening up to its ocean view overlooking Gordans Bay, the connected living, dining and kitchen space welcomes in the waterfront views and the aural and aromatic additions that come with it.

Achieving a balance of intimacy and ambition, a feat made all the more impressive by the project’s inherent challenges, Secret Gardens have created a dramatic and textural modern garden and landscape response to the site and the home’s architecture.

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Located in the exclusive bay area of Sydney Harbour, Sand Castle is a warm and playful three-storey house set apart by its detailing and calming views of the water. A home designed as a sand castle, the residence was devised by Luigi Rosselli Architects and Raffaello Rosselli Architect; the experience of designing the home is fondly described by Luigi Rosselli as sonata for piano – created by four hands. The building stands tall on its 45-degree slope; the site’s steep hill meant that access throughout the build was difficult. Likewise, the site was composed of sand, causing the ground to become considerably unstable, presenting multiple challenges throughout construction.

As a home designed as an architectural sand castle, being connected to the site and its surrounding context allows the building to stand out against its neighbours. From street level, the home appears as a wall of bricks, submerged into the immediate greenery. Access from the street is via a spiral staircase, which rises above a retaining wall, and when arriving at the top there is an opportunity to look back over the exceptional views. Entry to the home is also available through a lift, which was constructed by tunnelling into the site.

Spaces within the sand castle home are dictated by unusual angles, working in contrast to the solid nature of the built form. The spaces find balance, as would a sculpture, with furniture adding to the layered elements of the residence. The addition of shimmering textures and pops of colour create fresh interactions, grounding the home whilst keeping a certain element of surprise. The styling and interior design by Alwill Interiors creates contrasting colours and textures to the natural palette of the main material, brick. The irregular intricacies of the handmade brick interplays against the smoothness of the honeyed oak joinery and flooring.

The courtyard, which embraces the northern sun, remains the heart of the sand castle home. This is an interesting and distinctive comparison between the very steep front and the flatter plane of the house. The landscape design by Dangar Barin Smith adds to the privacy of the property. Approximately 99% of the plants that are used are native; this reasserts the garden as a significant factor in re-healing the land after the process of construction.

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Architecture by Luigi Rosselli Architects and Raffaello Rosselli Architect.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe.
Styling and Interior Design by Alwill Interiors.
Build by Cumberland Building.
Landscape Design by Dangar Barin Smith.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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Redfern Terrace is the home of an award-winning interior designer, Kirsten Stanisich. Co-Director of Sydney-based interior architecture practice Richards Stanisich, Kirsten’s home is located in the inner-city suburb of Redfern. A strong sense of community exists in the urban suburb, which is defined by a leafy outlook and warm energy, and this is reflected throughout Kirsten’s interior design choices.

Kirsten founded Richards Stanisich with Jonathan Richards, and the interior of her home is a reflection of her dedication to her craft. Redfern Terrace, as the home of an award-winning interior designer, concentrates on the finer details of the space, creating a quiet refuge from the inner-city environment.

Light plays an integral role in creating the calm and tranquil atmosphere of the house, allowing a sense of recharge and purpose. The garden space, despite its small scale, plays an important role in bringing light into the home. The front of the house faces east and receives the gentle glow of the morning sun, lighting the heritage stained-glass windows in the front door and dowsing the hallway in gentle colour. The two large glass doors that lead out into the back garden allow sunlight to fill the dining space in the afternoon. This offers a fresh way for light to interact with the space, unusual for a terrace house.

Whilst the layout of Redfern Terrace stayed the same, Kirsten – as an interior designer – was focused on the joinery, fixtures and finishes to bring the home to life. The contemporary pieces – including the e15 light fitting that matches the soft pink and lilac blue colours of the stain-glass windows – and the traditional aspects of the home speak to one another. The interior of the house acts as a foundation for Kirsten to continue to react to and build upon. As the home of an award-winning interior designer, Redfern Terrace highlights the interplay between the old and the new, exploring conversation between all elements in a three-dimensional and authentic way.

Interior Design and Architecture by Richards Stanisich.
Build by Promena Projects.
Photography by Felix Forest.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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As an architectural coastal home, Gordons Bay Residence by Popov Bass experiments with light, material and proportion to craft a sophisticated family home. The modernist-inspired dream house opens with a direct view through the interior and out towards the bay. This was achieved by lowering the living room to allow the main entrance to have a framed view of the blue waters beyond.

The house tour showcases the grand entryway, which was designed to link the building’s two levels together through a double height ceiling. Likewise, the bright blue tiles on the walls of the exterior entrance indicate a degree of contemporary playfulness that informs the home’s philosophy and feeds into its architecture, interior design and furniture. The furniture featured throughout the interior spaces align with this modernist aesthetic.

The living area, imbued with moments of intimacy with deliberate furniture placements, boasts unmatched views out to the bay through large glass windows. However, light is also significantly introduced into the living room through skylights. This was deliberately incorporated into the architecture and ensures that light within the space is diffused evenly throughout the day, especially as Gordons Bay Residence is an architectural coastal home. This allows the interior spaces to balance light with functionality, inspired by the structure’s theme of contemporary simplicity.

As an architectural coastal home, the design speaks to the surrounding natural environment. The house tour features a modernist, raw palette, as the main theme linking both the architecture and interior design is the home’s textured materials. The design of the dream home focuses on liveability and, as an architectural coastal home, Gordons Bay Residence needed resiliency against the harsh Australian landscape; all materials are immediately exposed to the elements due to its location. Concrete is used to combat the climatic conditions and corrosive bayside environment. As an architectural coastal home, the design also needed to utilise materials with textures and finishes that could change with the environment and endure. The concrete is paired with honey-coloured timbers and restrained detailing throughout the interior design.

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Architecture by Popov Bass.
Photography by Michael Nicholson.
Build by Zonie Constructions.
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The Kitchen Garden house by Owen Architecture, a project that evolved through a process of storytelling to reconnect the home to its site and create a home with a garden and kitchen designed as one.

Owen Architecture director Paul Owen explains that the feel and the story of a space is something that evolves and is part of a narrative that is created with the client. “When we meet the clients and present design ideas, we’re essentially getting them to imagine how their life would play out in the design.”

During the design process, Owen Architecture identified that the main living spaces in the house were detached from the site, meaning that the back yard was not used. Here Paul saw an opportunity to create a home with a garden and kitchen designed as one.

In furnishing the living spaces, Toby Scott says he drew on his knowledge of the clients’ personalities to bring colour and texture into the space. Pairing a brown leather armchair with a terracotta sofa and a pink rug stemmed from knowing that the clients weren’t afraid to try something different. The round rug was a response to the round kitchen island bench, which was itself an experimental move on the part of Owen Architecture.

Evolving through a process of story-telling, the Kitchen Garden House transforms an original Queenslander into a vibrant contemporary family home that is now open and connected to both the garden, kitchen and interior spaces.

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From its elevated position on the headland above Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Eagle’s Nest by Ian Bennett Design Studio is a concrete dream home which balances openness to the exceptional views of the ocean, headlands and Pittwater with a strong and grounded form that explores the nuanced qualities of concrete.

The experience within the concrete dream home is defined by two key elements – the expansive yet carefully curated views over the water and the coastline, and the concrete that encapsulates each space. While the architecture is first and foremost designed to capture the view, a different experience of the view is created over the two levels.

Downstairs, the panoramic view over the water is another reference to the central inspiration of Brazilian modernism, yet upstairs, where expansive stretches of glazing would be the most obvious response, Ian Bennett was conscious to offer a more nuanced and controlled experience of the views.

The commitment of all involved to the vision and integrity of the design of the home is palpable in the final result. From the deep and considered exploration of materials and contrast of concrete, to the uncompromising approach to overcoming challenge after challenge whilst maintaining the meticulous attention to every detail, Eagle’s Nest commits absolutely to the creation of a concrete dream home worthy of its truly unique site.

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An architect’s own home can be a challenge to design, with no brief or boundaries to adhere to, leaving the architect’s skill set and true style exposed for all to see.

This converted warehouse is an architect’s own home, designed by and for Rob Mills of Rob Mills Architecture and Interior Design. Located in Armadale, a Melbourne suburb known for its character and village atmosphere, the house was created through a warehouse conversion, which gave the architect plenty of scope and space to design a piece of architecture that truly reflected his likes and wishes.

Harnessing this space in the converted warehouse home, the house carries over three levels, with an apartment, sauna and garage at ground level, living in the middle, and bedrooms above. The interior design uses a minimal palette of stone, timber, stucco, glass and metal, with brass playing a large part in the design, especially in the kitchen where it is used extensively and effectively.

This glamour and drama are at the heart of the interior design of the converted warehouse. A spiral staircase adds a sculptural element to the house, while also providing an efficient method of travelling between floors. The office, which has an English aesthetic with lush yet classic-style furniture, features timber shutters that close off to create a focused environment or open to let in plenty of natural daylight.

Close connections to nature were important to the architect, Rob Mills of Rob Mills Architecture and Interior Design. A water feature trickles through the living space of the converted warehouse, providing a meditative element to the room. Materials were chosen for their non-toxicity, with stucco walls specified as a natural alternative to paint.

An architect’s own converted warehouse home, Armadale Residence features designer furniture throughout that is carefully chosen to subtly fit with the shine and glamour of the materials.

Architecture and Interior Design by Rob Mills Architecture and Interior Design.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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The Balmain Rock House by Benn + Penna Architecture and Newmark Constructions is the story of the restoration of an old heritage sandstone cottage and the addition of a new modern and contemporary concrete pavilion to an existing property in the inner-west of Sydney.

Explore the unique design of this stunning East Balmain contemporary home and discover the story of how architect, builder and client collaborated to turn a vision of Sydney living into spectacular reality.

Through the restoration of an old house in need of modernising, Benn + Penna Architecture have created a modern home which is perfect for their client's way of living.

Architecture by Benn + Penna Architecture.
Build by Newmark Constructions.
Produced by The Local Project.
Video by Kintaro Studios.

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A coastal home with a garden that punctuates its curves and amplifies its impact, Cove House was designed in 1969 by architect Ruben Lane and finished in 1973. Sitting resplendent on the Cronulla coastline and deserving of grounds equally as impressive, the residents of this coastal home briefed Secret Gardens to make bold choices and think outside the square.

With great respect for the existing design, curves and angles from the exterior of the house, as well as the interior, have been repeated. Large white curves of the coastal home are duplicated in the garden, with white concrete circles set in contrast to the fresh, green lawn. Cacti and round stepping stones draw you in from the street and over a bridge with a koi pond below.

On the sloping, northern side of the house, a courtyard looks out across the water and curved seating encompasses a built-in barbecue. Also overlooking the water is the swimming pool with a glass walled end and thoughtfully curved glass fencing. Considered and original garden design to rival the magnificent water views, this coastal home is elevated from incredible to iconic.

The result sees one of Sydney’s most amazing homes now accompanied by a suitably provocative garden, it is clear that Secret Gardens has achieved making this coastal and iconic home an even more celebrated destination.

Landscape Design and Construction by Secret Gardens.
Original Architecture by Ruben Lane.
New Architecture by Coastal Architecture.
New Interior Design by Brendan Wong.
Photography by Nicholas Watt.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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#CoastalHome #GardenDesign #LandscapeArchitecture

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A seamless blend between new and old, Marathon House by Neil Architecture renovation of a dream home in the leafy Melbourne suburb of Hawthorn East to create a modern family home. The original Marathon House was built in the late 1800s and reflects the Victorian neighbourhood in its aesthetic. The restoration and renovation of the home combines a love of historical features that made the original structure so endearing, as well as incorporating innovative and inspired solutions to create a modern family dream home.

Marathon House’s interior is made up of a series of spaces. The front rooms were retained to celebrate the detailed features and fireplaces. Further into the house, light hits the rooms in a way that enhances the expansive material palette. The archways play an integral role throughout the home’s narrative; the original Victorian archway at the front of the dream home was incorporated into the extension and renovation, seen in the double-glazed glass doors at the end of the hall, as well as the oversized brick archways in the garden. Reinforcing the connection to the landscape, the outdoor archways will one day be covered in the rich green of Boston ivy.

Neil Architecture, together in collaboration with Ben Scott Garden Design, developed a layout for the renovation of a dream home that incorporates the exterior gardens, framing them in the interior spaces to make private garden views. A key feature of the front landscaping, in keeping with the green streetscape, is the large date palm that was relocated to the centre of the garden of the home.

Classic features, such as the reinstated doorbell of the original home, mingle well with the modern aspects of Marathon House, neither fighting for dominance. Features, including the INAX ceramic tiling sourced from Artedomus that came from Japan or the dark marble pedestal basin from Artedomus, blend into the interior of the dream home with a quiet confidence. Recycled bricks were used throughout the renovation to create an aged illusion for the extension and a seamless blend between new and old of the dream home, as each considered material speaks back to the original design before the renovation.

Marathon House by Neil Architecture sees the renovation of a dream home to create a modern family home.

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Architecture and Interior Design by Neil Architecture.
Build by Guild.
Landscape Design by Ben Scott Garden Design.
Styled by Karin Bochnik.
Photography by Timothy Kate.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

#Renovation #Architecture #DreamHome

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Located in Caulfield on the outskirts of inner Melbourne, Gottlieb House is an iconic concrete house with a unique design that makes an important contribution to Australian architecture. Wood Marsh Architecture designed the house in 1989 for a family who placed full trust in the architects to create a three- to four-bedroom house that would not give anything away from the street.

Taking this brief in hand, the award-winning architects created an iconic concrete house with a design inspired by the art and sculpture of North American modernist artists Richard Serra and Donald Judd. Looking to the themes of these artists’ work, the architects treated the volumes of the house as separate components and created a sense of consistency between inside and out using a limited palette of concrete with a cement render, glass and stainless steel. With no guttering, the front of the house has been left to patina, creating some interesting visual effects on the concrete exterior.

The staircase foyer in the Melbourne house is a cylinder-like form that is lit from above via a circular skylight. A glazed sculptural spine splits the building and allows shafts of light to enter the interiors. The bedrooms are contained in boxes that are lowered into the ceiling of the living room below, which gives the impression of a double height space in other areas.

The clients asked Wood Marsh Architecture to also design all the furniture for the home and requested a large enough space to entertain a party of 300 people. The furniture is as unique as the house itself and adds to the sculptural aesthetic of the building.

The resulting design by these award-winning architects is an iconic concrete house that adds to the repertoire of Australian architecture.

Gottlieb House by Wood Marsh Architecture also features across 24 pages in Issue No. 5 of The Local Project's print publication - https://thelocalproject.com.au..../publication/issue-0

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Architecture, Interior Design, Custom Furniture, Objects & Art by Wood Marsh Architecture.
Photography by Derek Swalwell.
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#ConcreteHouse #WoodMarshArchitecture #GottliebHouse

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Taking cues from Japanese and Scandinavian design, The Darlinghurst Apartment by architecture and interior design studio Hecker Guthrie defies expectations of an inner-city small apartment to create a calm, light-filled interior that proves small living can be beautiful.

In Darlinghurst in Sydney, where space is a premium, this small apartment is inspired by the aesthetic of an art gallery space. The client’s collection of art, sculpture and ceramic objects, combined with their love of Japanese and Scandinavian design, informed Hecker Guthrie’s approach to the small apartment. The resulting apartment is defined by considered sightlines, subtle materiality and the careful use of natural and architectural lighting, creating a calm interior space imbued with a sense of luxury and refinement that belies its small size.

White acts as a minimalist base that complements the light, pared-back material palette of oak, ceramic, Japanese tiles, and stainless steel. Though many small and micro apartments forgo elements that could close off the plan and make the spaces feel smaller, Hecker Guthrie embraced timber furniture and joinery that frames zones, giving the kitchen and living areas their own sense of defined space while also maintaining connectivity and visual permeability. The inner-city small apartment thus achieves a sense that is has been designed to be intentionally light and open without losing the sense of spatial definition that is often missing in inner-city apartment design.

With the client’s beloved art collection personalising and warming the spaces and Hecker Guthrie’s considered and detailed design creating a calm and contemplative environment, Darlinghurst Apartment is a true sanctuary that sets a high bar for Australian inner-city small apartment living.

Produced by The Local Project.
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#smallapartment #innercitysmallapartment #interiordesign

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Defying all expectations of a small Victorian-era apartment set below street-level on a busy thoroughfare in Potts Point, Basement Apartment is a calm and light-filled underground pied-à-terre that balances a minimalist approach with an embrace of the building’s heritage.

The project came to Brad Swartz Architects on the recommendation of a client from a previous project – a pair of conjoined micro-houses created on the minuscule footprint of two rear-lane parking spaces. While the Basement Apartment is larger than those houses, and indeed many of the tiny studio apartments that the practice has become known for over the years, at 50 square metres, it is undoubtedly of a small scale. With the clients ’brief focusing on transforming the previously cluttered apartment into a serene space with the flexibility to suit executive letting, permanent living or even usage as an office, the architects’ experience in fitting a maximum of functionality into a minimum of space and creating a sense of tranquility in the process stood them in good stead.

Closing the door and drawing the curtain, one is cocooned in a peaceful haven below the busy city street. Bringing order to a previously dislocated, compact, underground apartment and creating calm amongst the chaos, Brad Swartz Architects once again rises to the challenge of effective small-space design.

Architecture by Brad Swartz Architects.
Build by Align Constructions.
Video by Cheer Squad.
Production by The Local Project.

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#apartment #interiordesign #architecture

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An architectural family house, The Way House stands steeped in history. Originally crafted by Darryl Way Architect, the renovated dwelling by vittinoAshe draws upon its architectural heritage in embracing its future.

Settled in close proximity to Perth’s Freshwater Bay, The Way House represents a significant family legacy. Built in 1975 by the client’s father – an established architect – the home stands as a labour of love. As an architectural family house, it was important to respect the built narrative of the residence when executing the modern-day renovation.

Internally, The Way House indicates its status as an architectural family house, with old architectural elements effortlessly cohered with the new. The new studio pays homage to the original house through the replication of clean lines, materiality and finishes.

Working with Artedomus – esteemed supplier of natural stone and ceramic tiles – Darryl Way Architects highlights The Way House as an architectural family house. Artetech Ombra Carbone porcelain panels are used as a minimal means of ornamenting the kitchen, positioned in striking contrast to red recycled bricks. In the bathroom, Artedomus INAX tiles communicate a minimal design language to foster a sense of serenity.

Crafting a house that embodies a meaningful history, Darryl Way Architects invests in an ongoing residential narrative. An architectural family house, The Way House articulates the important role that architecture plays in family life and provides an inviting space for the next generation.

00:00 - Introduction to The Way House
00:28 - The History Behind The Way House
01:16 - The Benefits of Open Plan Living
02:01 - Architectural Features of The Way House
02:24 - Creating Space Through Glass
02:37 - A Tribute to the Original House
03:42 - Introducing Artedomus Products
05:26 - The Embodiment of Family

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Photography by Ryan North.
Original Architecture by Darryl Way Architect.
Renovation Architecture by vittinoAshe.
Interior Styling by Mischa Way.
Build by J&M Nash Builders.
Tiles, bathware and stone by Artedomus.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
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Perfect Storm is an award-winning home designed as a concrete bunker which takes brutalist interior architecture to the next level. The concrete bunker in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Camperdown is an award-winning home, managing to transform a relatively small area into a spacious, modern-day apartment.

The building was once a biscuit factory that operated in the 1890s, the last remaining aspect of the original factory fit out was the concrete floor. The warehouse became the perfect shell for interior designer Matt of Killing Matt Woods and builder Sam of Green Anvil Co. to convert into a contemporary residential space inspired by brutalist interior design and architecture.

Taking obvious constraints, such as the restricted loft apartment floorplan with fixed kitchen and bathroom locations and the home’s small interior footprint, Killing Matt Woods creatively conjures up an atmosphere reminiscent of a concrete bunker, without compromising on space, light, ambiance and colour within the interior and architect of the concrete bunker home.

With its double height ceiling, the internal space and architecture feels larger and brings natural light into the interior of the award-winning home from the west-facing double height glazed wall. This illusion of space is also emphasised by the two entries into the apartment home, as the street level entry opens out into a central living area, where the eye naturally lifts up and out into the interior and its design. A considered level of attention to detail is also reflected in aspects such as the custom built joinery, the monolithic and brutalist feel of the kitchen interior design and bench, and the custom-made LED halo light, all constructed, installed and built by Green Anvil Co.

Sustainability is an integral facet to Perfect Storm’s award-winning home design, especially as the initial direction of the project was inspired by an excessive use of concrete which is not a sustainable material.

Instead, Killing Matt Woods consciously chose to use a concrete coloured paint for the interior design as a substitute for the award-winning home, knowing that a clever use of finishes could achieve a similar moody look and feel, without the environmental and economic impact of concrete within the concrete bunker.

Enjoy this The Local Project house tour of an award-winning home designed as a concrete bunker, Perfect Storm by Killing Matt Woods and Green Anvil Co.

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Interior Design by Killing Matt Woods.
Construction by Green Anvil Co.
Photography by Pablo Veiga.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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#AwardWinningHome #ConcreteBunker #InteriorArchitecture

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New Plymouth House is a waterfront home with a simple and calming interior design. The bold architecture emerges as a pushing and pulling of forms. The heavy base of the exterior grounds the structure whilst a lightweight timber facade emerges on the second floor. The wood facade presents as a strong and slightly masculine form, balanced against the softer interior design, which is elevated by a gentle ambiance and coupled with the softness of select furniture choices, a refined palette and incorporated timber materials.

Located in New Zealand, New Plymouth House is a waterfront home with a simple and calming interior design. EMA, with Fisher & Paykel, crafted a home of enduring charm and warmth, daring in its vision of seamless cabinetry within the home, as well as integrated appliances throughout the kitchen. The seamless amalgamation of the home’s kitchen cabinetry and joinery conceals the more practical elements of the home and aligns with a more contemporary aesthetic.

As a waterfront home with a simple and calming interior design, New Plymouth House has two living areas – a formal, upstairs living space and a more casual, relaxed lounge and decking downstairs. The interior design of the more formal living space blends with the open plan kitchen. Fitted with Fisher & Paykel appliances, there is a seamless blend of functional duties. The minimal aesthetic of the Fisher & Paykel appliances allows the kitchen to exist uninterrupted, hidden behind integrated joinery and cabinetry.

The layered materials within the home, coupled with distinctive furniture additions, allow New Plymouth House to stand anchored in place as a waterfront home with a simple and calming interior design. Rich cabinetry and joinery are fitted throughout the home, complementing the minimalistic interior design aesthetic. The New Zealand home is imbued with elements of homeliness, elevated by its refined palette and integrated joinery, emerging as a waterfront home with a simple and calming interior design.

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Architecture by EMA.
Photography by Simon Devitt.
Appliances by Fisher & Paykel.
Filmed and Edited by Swell Productions.
Production by The Local Project.

#AWaterfrontHome #SimpleAndCalmingInteriorDesign #Architecture #InteriorDesign #RefinedPalette #Cabinetry #DreamHome #Kitchen #NewZealand #IntegratedAppliances #Furniture #RealEstate

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An architect’s own family home is often an insight into their design ethos and the Melbourne home that Architecton Director Nick Lukas designed for himself and his family is no exception. Balancing the simplicity of rectilinear forms and raw materials such as concrete, steel and glass with elegant, detailed interiors, it is a contemporary family home designed to stand the test of time.

Externally, the architecture reads as a series of intersecting light and dark planes. Despite the abundance of glass, the front façade is deliberately closed, with a deep setback and double-height off-form concrete wall creating a sense of protection from the street. Operable black louvre screens create an additional layer across the glazing that allows the level of privacy and sunlight to be controlled.

The interior design continues the use of concrete but balances the rawness of the material with refined detailing and a contemporary yet timeless palette of natural stone and delicate Japanese ceramic tiles. The tiles are employed behind the bar in an effect that captures the movement and sheen of water, while in the bathrooms, Elba marble creates a sense of contemporary luxury. Glazing is strategically positioned to open onto views of the landscaped yard, in which the garden will grow and, with time, come to surround the home.

Exemplifying a unified approach to design, this contemporary home sees architecture, interior design and landscape all come together to create a place where the family can settle and put down roots.

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Production by The Local Project.
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#architecture #interiordesign #homedesign

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Carlotta Residence is the ultimate combination of raw and bold materials, accomplishing a balance between functionality, brashness and beauty. The property was purchased whilst the owners were living in New York; they brought with them the industrialised aesthetic made famous by the city that never sleeps.

As an industrial home, Carlotta Residence speaks to purposeful materiality. Elements of the household take on a life of their own, becoming independent and individual. The building is not a typical Sydney construction, instead it pushes the boundaries to create a sense of delicacy and harmonisation within its broadly brutalist design. This chemistry allows the house to play into the harshness of concrete whilst evoking the warmth found in a family home.

The multi-levelled home is the achievement of a collaboration between Matthew Woodward Architecture, Esoteriko Interior Architecture and the homeowners. Balancing the building’s identity as an industrial home, every aspect of Carlotta Residence is utilised to create playful moments and opportunities throughout the house – the structure’s dynamic features instinctively unfolded as the home was being designed and constructed. With the James Bond-inspired skylight at the bottom of the pool, bringing light into the office underneath, it is easy to ascertain why the theme of Carlotta Residence was industrial chic. The materials are a reference to the natural beauty of the views beyond the home; they reveal an element of truthfulness that is only enhanced by the intuitive architecture.

Architecture by Matthew Woodward Architecture.
Interior by Esoteriko Interior Architecture.
Build by Hunt Collaborative.
Photography by Murray Fredericks.
Filmed and Edited by Kit Baker.
Production by The Local Project.

#NewYorkInspired #CarlottaResidence #IndustrialHome

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When an architect designs a house with consideration and care, dwellings such as May House emerge. Taking a playful approach to colour and materiality, Neil Architecture reimagines a 1980s home as a relaxed, modern family residence.

When an architect designs a house, the design brief can often stipulate a complete renovation. However, Neil Architecture recognised the value of the original 1980s construction – settled into the leafy suburb of Malvern – and decided instead to complement the home with architectural additions.

To maintain the strong and simple form of the original structure, Neil Architecture covers the pre-existing truss with a perforated screen. Off-form concrete is used to create the carport, whilst a roughcast concrete render is applied to the fence – in doing so, the architect designs a house that interacts with the local built environment.

As an architect designs a house, the intent can be expressed through the finer details of the scheme. In May House, rusty red and green tones appear in the material palette, paying homage to the colours present in 1980s interior design.

May House sees a 1980s residence both celebrated and reimagined, embraced and rejuvenated. Managing the external architecture and interior detail, the architect designs a house that is imbued with a sense of warmth and continuity; a house for the future that is inspired by the past.

00:00 - The Local Project's Print Publication
00:10 - Introduction to the House
00:45 - Complementary Design
01:01 - Exterior Renovations
02:03 - 1980s Materiality
03:12 - Landscape Architecture
04:09 - A House Made for Entertaining
04:42 - Timeliness Rejuvenation
05:17 - Subscribe to The Local Project's Print Publication

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Photography by Tom Blachford.
Architecture, Interior Design and Styling by Neil Architecture.
Build by Neocon.
Landscape Architecture by Eckersley Garden Architecture.
Engineering by StructPlan.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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Located on the cliffs above Bronte beach in Sydney and with far-reaching views of the Pacific Ocean, this architectural home was designed by Luigi Roselli Architects and Alwill Interiors to be a “place for peace”.

The 1970s brick family home that previously stood on the site did not fully encompass the potential of this beautiful location. In creating the new family home, Luigi Roselli Architects and Alwill Interiors sought to design an architectural coastline house that is filled with light and has many opportunities to enjoy the views from within its interior.

As a house that carries over four levels, the stairwell was a key part of the architectural design. Luigi Roselli Architects clad the stairwell and lift in glass blocks, which allows it to become a sculptural lightwell, glowing in the centre of the family home and inviting interaction and use throughout the home's interior. The black grout between the blocks gives it a look that is reminiscent of classic lattice windows, and this is echoed by the gridded screens on the family home’s facade.

The interiors of the architectural home designed by Alwill Interiors play off the cooler aspects of the sea view, using smoky timbers to bring out the warmth in the rammed earth and stone base of the architectural house.

For the homeowners, who moved from a more compact lifestyle in Singapore, the architectural and interior design creates many opportunities for meditative moments as they watch the waves crash below and take in the distant blue horizon.

Architectural Design by Luigi Roselli Architects.
Interior Design by Alwill Interiors.
Build by Kinn Construction.
Landscape Architecture by Secret Gardens.
Filmed by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Video Production by The Local Project.

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A house made of concrete inspired by Brazilian modernism, Mosman House designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects and built by County Construction stretches out across its coastal site in Sydney, capturing views of the water and of the landscape design by Dangar Barin Smith. A series of landscaped terraces through the site are experienced before one comes to the home, and as a house made of concrete, this emphasis on the landscape provides an important natural balance and juxtaposition to the strength of the building.

The architects’ interest in Brazilan modernism is expressed in the building’s long linear form and its material palette, which emphasises the raw and the natural. As a house made of concrete, the project required close collaboration between architect and builder. County Construction were responsible for the construction of the project, meticulously planning the concrete superstructure to ensure that every piece was perfectly in place before the concrete was poured. Timber formwork was used to create a textural ceiling, another process that required significant expertise on the part of the builders.

Balancing the linear form and raw materiality of the house, the ephemeral qualities of light and space bring the building to life. Mosman House by Shaun Lockyer Architects may be a house made from concrete that overtly expresses its Brazilian modernist inspiration, yet the movement of light over the concrete walls, the curated apertures that emphasise the primacy of the landscape, and the layering of the interiors all contribute to the project’s delicate balance of intimacy and extraversion, lightness and weight.

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Architecture by Shaun Lockyer Architects.
Construction by County Construction
Interior Design by Justine Hugh-Jones.
Landscape Design by Dangar Barin Smith.
Engineering by Westera Partners.
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#ArchitectureInspiration #BrazilianModernism #InteriorDesign

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Designing and building three tiny cabins on a farm by the beach requires a deep understanding of the Australian landscape and an appreciation for the union between architecture, interior design and the environment. Located in Phillip Island, Five Acres is a farm by the beach, surrounded by rolling hills and a rugged natural landscape. The boutique accommodation pays homage to the traditional beach shacks throughout the interior design, with each structure envisioned as a tiny house.

As a modern Australian-inspired design, Five Acres is imbued with neutral, warm textiles and finishes. Husband and wife duo, Rom and Katie Lamaro, leapt at the chance of designing and building three tiny cabins in the Australian landscape. Each tiny cabin interior is composed of different colours to evoke relaxation and calm, curated by Belle Bright Project. Designing and building three tiny cabins on a farm by the beach meant bringing the outdoors inside. The earthy colour palettes are highlighted by contemporary accents, speaking to a more modern Australian-inspired design.

Each boutique accommodation has a slightly different experience. Belle Bright Project applied a modern interpretation of Laminex and their AbsoluteMatte products, which are designed and made in Australia. The modern, versatile fingerprint-resistant finish provides the perfect additional feature to each tiny house. When designing and building three tiny cabins on a farm by the beach, Rom and Katie had to cleverly repurpose materials. Designed and manufactured in Australia, the Laminex product complements the architecture of each dream cabin.

When designing and building three tiny cabins, Rom and Katie took inspiration from the landscape, while the interiors by Belle Bright Project are also infused with an environmental palette. The tiny cabin Barley is inspired by soft muted tones of the earth, bringing warm browns and terracotta into the interior. Clover is a darker, moodier interior, with highlights of black and green – the Laminex black softens when paired with the internal concrete finishes and oak timbers within the dream home. The Tiny House dubbed Rye boasts a green palette with softer tones, instilling a sense of calm throughout and reacting to its location as a farm by the beach.

The spaces within each cabin are inviting, luxurious and warm. Building a cabin with the specific intention of relaxation, Rom and Katie have ensured Five Acres is imbued with a contemporary serenity, cementing the Phillip Island getaway as a dream home.

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Designed by Mitch Bagley from Onsite Design.
Interior Design by Belle Bright Project.
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Build by Lamaro Homes.
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Creating a sustainable extension for the family home of client and builder Souter Built, Alexander Symes Architects motivates sustainable living through every detail. Featured as part of The Sustainability Series, Pepper Tree Passive House is a personal project crafted between cousins and sees the extension explore a passion for passive house and sustainable living. Following a twofold brief, Alexander Symes Architect created an office space, guest house and entertainment area with recycled and renewable materials that echo the ethos of likeminded sustainable buildings.

Extending the family home over a slopping landscape and around a tree protection zone, both architect and builder worked cohesively with each other to reflect the positive aspects of sustainable design. What transpired from this effort was an office space, living area, kitchen and guest living space that wrap around the home’s namesake, the pepper tree.

Covered by the canopy of the pepper tree, the garden was transformed, seeing hand-poured pavers lead guests up towards the passive house. Evidence of the passive house concept is also seen at the home’s entrance; wood and convict bricks are used similarly throughout the interior design, seeing sustainable living enhanced through natural thermal heating and cooling. Due to its north-facing position, the convict bricks add a thermal structure throughout, soaking up the natural heat of the sun, whilst the shade of the canopy does the same in the warmer months.

From planning to building to completion, Pepper Tree Passive House passionately showcases the skillset required for sustainable living, alongside Souter Built’s philosophy for sustainable building. Through the architecture and design choices, guests and clients alike can see firsthand how using recycled materials, instead of depleting natural resources, can leave a better footprint for the future of sustainable buildings.

00:00 - Introduction
00:41 - Unanderra Country
01:12 - The Builder and The Owner
01:42 - Building Around The Pepper Tree
02:17 - A Walkthrough Pepper Tree Passive House
02:56 - A Two Fold Concept and Brief
03:22 - Exploring The Concept of A Passive House
03:43 - Using Resources In Respectful Ways
04:00 - Wood Is Good
04:31 - Using Minimal Intervention on The Existing Home
04:59 - The Challenges Faced
05:20 - The Positives of Being The Building & The Client
06:00 - Moments To Celebrate

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Photography by Barton Taylor.
Architecture by Alexander Symes Architect.
Interior Design and Styling by Paiano Design.
Build and Development by Souter Built.
Styling by 55 Parrots.
Landscape by Grant Clement.
Engineering by Northrop.
Filmed and Edited by O&Co. Homes.
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Nestled within a forest clearing on Bruny Island, along the South East Coast of Tasmania, Bruny Island Hideaway by Maguire + Devine Architects emerges as off grid cabin filled with an undeniable charm and sense of escape.

Accessible via a car ferry and a short drive, Bruny Island Hideaway is the quintessential tiny cabin. The Japanese-inspired structure emerges calmly within the clearing, in a location that dictated the need to be off grid. With no water supply or sewage infrastructure, the off grid cabin required a self-sufficient design; solar panels, rainwater storage as well as a duel chimney, fireplace and stove feature throughout the home.

The cabin tour showcases a minimal design, as the architecture and interior design incorporates concealed joinery and appliances in a poetic yet functional way. The off grid cabin required furniture and joinery built into the space, resulting in a flexible interior design that is both cosy and comfortable. Designing a tiny cabin meant that consideration needed to be given to how the space functioned and cleverly integrated surfaces showcase an honest use of craft and material.

Internally, the off grid cabin features light pine cladding and lining, with knots and grains adding character to the space. The timber cladding is also incorporated in the exterior; the timber reinforces an authentic discourse that the tiny cabin has with the surrounding natural environment.

The off grid cabin design borrows design principles from Japanese architecture. The simplicity of the space speaks to functionality, while natural light informs a sense of openness within the small internal footprint.

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Architecture by Maguire + Devine Architects.
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Production by The Local Project.

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A luxury getaway home settled on a unique site, Crane Lodge immerses visitors in its natural context. Designed by Secret Gardens, the landscape architecture of the home enhances the sensory experience of the outdoors.

Located in the Sydney suburb of Palm Beach, Crane Lodge sits on an elevated site. The design brief for the landscape of the luxury getaway home centred on creating a sense of arrival whilst allowing access to the house across the terrain. Employing an inclinator, Secret Gardens instils the arrival process with a sense of anticipation and discovery.

Many endangered species of plant are championed in the landscape design of the luxury getaway home and are designed to appear slightly unkempt. Secret Gardens also includes indigenous plants for cooking and educational purposes.

A smattering of boulders surrounds the luxury getaway home, contributing to the impressive character of its external environment. Secret Gardens purposefully positions the swimming pool adjacent to boulders, creating the impression that the amenity emerged naturally.

The materials chosen for the landscape architecture of Crane Lodge express a sympathetic approach to nature. As a result, the luxury getaway home entirely embraces its context, with a landscape design that captures the essence of a bushwalk experience.

00:00 - Crane Lodge as an Experience
00:44 - The Client's Vision
01:05 - The Garden and The Setting
01:58 - Lodged Unusually High
02:21 - The Inclusion of Amenities
02:37 - The Team Involved
03:04 - Major Site Components
03:34 - A Strong Connection to The Outdoors
03:49 - A Natural Watering Hole
04:28 - Sympathetic Materials and Beautiful Features

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Photography by Nicholas Watts.
Architecture by Redfern Lynch Architects.
Interior Design by Carole Whiting Studio.
Build by Sherocon.
Landscape Architecture by Secret Gardens.
Engineering by GZ Consulting Engineers.
Filmed and Edited by O&Co. Homes.
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The spaces inside the home of an interior designer naturally reflects not only their lifestyle but their design interests and imperatives. For Cushla McFadden of Sydney interior design studio Tom Mark Henry, working on the interiors for her own family home presented its own unique set of challenges. As she notes, when it comes to design “you’re never really finished.”

The original house on Young Street was a single storey terrace, with one bedroom and one bathroom. As an interior designer, Cushla could immediately see the home’s potential. A second storey was installed, with an additional two bedrooms and a second bathroom. The boundary was widened to create a larger living space and the front living room was converted into a spare bedroom.

Tom Mark Henry’s minimalistic interior design aesthetic offers a calming space for the family to grow within. The family home’s finishes are pared back, with a neutral colour palette, allowing the inhabitants to add their own layers as they continue to grow over the years.

Being smaller in size, the terrace cleverly utilises every opportunity for storage. The same premise was used for light, where skylights provide most of the natural light in the home. This helped to maximise the feeling of space within the smaller-scaled structure.

The stairs are an important design feature inside the home of an interior designer, as they act as the focal point of the house, connecting the two levels. Cushla worked with a local Sydney steel manufacturer to fabricate the stairs, with the steel balustrade needing to be craned over the small site’s carport to be installed.

Inside the home of an interior designer, comfort, refinement and detail all come together.

Young Street is a curated and contemporary family home that not only projects an understated elegance but represents the evolution of Tom Mark Henry’s approach to interiors.

Interior Design by Polly Tom Mark Henry.
Build by Woodhouse Projects.
Photography by Damian Bennett.
Styling by Montana Valich.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.

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A Malaysian-inspired home in Brisbane, Three House by John Ellway Architect is an adaptable and responsive home defined by a sense of calm.Taking its name from the home’s ability be split into three separate modules, allowing it to be split into three self-contained dwellings in future, this Malaysian-inspired home is driven by both the clients’ brief and a response to the site. Set on flood prone land, the house needed to be elevated, which also helps it to be naturally ventilated. Meanwhile, the clients sought a house that would enable their parents, who live overseas, to stay with them for long periods of time, which drove the flexibility of the layout.

A palette of natural and pared-back materials creates a Malaysian-inspired home in the city environment. As a series of pavilions in the landscape, the connection to the outdoors is key to the sense of peace and calm. Openings are curated to create a Malaysian-inspired home with green outlooks, and changes in level demarcate graduations of privacy. Light is captured deep into the plan, and spaces between the pavilions create intimate courtyards.

Responding to the clients’ brief to create a Malaysian-inspired of retreat from their busy work lives, Three House by John Ellway Architect is a home immersed in the natural environment, despite its urban location.

Architecture and Interior Design by John Ellway Architect.
Construction by PJL Projects.
Engineering by Westera Partners.
Landscape Design by Studio Terrain.
Photography by Toby Scott.
Filmed and Edited by Nikolas Strugar of Ravens At Odds.
Production by The Local Project.

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Rose Park House is a forever home designed to create a journey of discovery. Carefully crafted by studio gram, the robust residence represents a legacy project for the clients; a home to last a lifetime and house generations to come.

Sitting at the fringe of the Adelaide Park Lands, Rose Park House is the final architectural project to be initiated by the clients. The design brief for the forever home entailed a structure that could stand the test of time and was a reimagination of the existing residence which was originally built in the 1900s.

Studio gram selects durable materials for Rose Park House. Dark-toned limestone and American walnut speak to a sense of longevity and visually contrast the bright natural light that fills the internal spaces. An investigation of the pre-existing home revealed architecture comprised of off-form concrete. The modern extension of the forever home continues the materiality of the original dwelling.

Rose Park House is also designed with a focus on accessibility. Accessible ramps, flush thresholds and wide apertures are featured in consideration of occupants who use wheelchairs. Smoothly integrated into the overall scheme, the features demonstrate that in a forever home, form and function are not necessarily conceived as competing interests.

As a forever home, Rose Park House is imbued with a feeling that is almost ineffable; a feeling of permeating goodness and rightful being. Achieving longevity and timelessness, studio gram crafts a forever home with a growing legacy.

00:00 - The Local Project Print Publication
00:16 - Introduction to Rose Park House
00:40 - A Legacy Project
01:06 - The History of The Queen Anne Villa
01:29 - Materials and Architecture That Leave a Legacy
02:26 - A Wine Room for the Ages
03:02 - Key Components of The Extension
03:40 - Practical and Fully Accessible
04:14 - Longevity & Long Lasting Relationships
04:53 - Subscribe to The Local Project Print Publication

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Photography by Timothy Kaye.
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Situated on a site measuring only 6 metres wide, Light Scoop House required a compelling architectural response. As is necessary when an architect designs a narrow home, Molecule Studio enables function in a compact space, crafting a serene residence well-suited to the lifestyle of the client.

Understandably, when an architect designs a narrow home, access to natural sunlight is given high priority. Located in the bay-side suburb of Brighton, Light Scoop House is named in reference to its tapered-edge pavilion roofs which pull natural light into the home and lift the gaze upwards.

If an architect designs a narrow home without considering the lifestyle of the occupant, the design will not succeed. Molecule Studio thoroughly examines the personal likes, dislikes and daily habits of the client, producing a tranquil home that captures sunlight across its textural surfaces.

Molecule Studio punctuates the spatial plan of Light Scoop House with landscaped courtyards. In doing so, the architect designs a narrow home that fosters a distinct feeling of retreat, effortlessly connecting the occupant to nature.

Light Scoop House demonstrates that when an architect designs a narrow home, the outcome can exceed expectations. Using a limited materiality, Molecule Studio creates a sense of calm and careful construction that extends far beyond the demands of the brief.

00:00 - The Local Project Print Publication
00:18 - Introduction to a Narrow Home That is Only 6 Meters Wide
00:47 - The Clients Original Goal
01:06 - The Architects Pre-Design Process
01:25 - Zen Vibes and Interconnected Design
02:05 - Behind the Narrowness of The Home
02:39 - Landscape Courtyards and Garden Connection
03:06 - Architectural Elements within The Home
03:37 - Central Materials and Their Links to Light
04:46 - Achievements of The Original Brief
05:54 - Subscribe to The Local Project Print Publication

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Photography by Tom Ross.
Architecture and Interior Design by Molecule Studio.
Build and Joinery by CBD Contracting Group.
Styling by Beck Simon.
Landscape Architecture by Eckersley Garden Architecture.
Engineering by OPS Engineers.
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Located in the leafy suburb of Remuera in central Auckland, this New Zealand home designed by and for Paul Clarke from Studio2 Architects is an architect's private home designed using recycled timber which pays tribute to the original house on its site, while creating a new design personalised to the architect’s family. While the house presents an integrative face to the street, it contains some surprises beyond the front entrance.

The footprint and some aspects of the interior floorplan of the previous house are reflected in the creation of this new family home. All spaces are open to its northerly aspect, with recycled timber sliding shutters in place of curtains to allow for full enjoyment of the mature trees and landscaping that surround the architect's private home. Recycled timber weatherboards from the previous home are reused in different areas, including the kitchen where they make up cabinet fronts and mask the kitchen appliances.

The homeowners’ two sons and the family’s dynamic are reflected in the naming of the house - House #3 - and also in the experimental detailing in the in-situ concrete formwork that acts as an architectural feature of the home. The width of the in-situ concrete formwork also recalls the weatherboards of the previous house.

An architect’s own private home that explores a sense of belonging, House #3 has sculptural features such as the peaked architectural skylights that protrude above the roofline and an interior design palette that is moody and uses a variety of natural materials to create a richness in texture, such as the recycled timber.

Architecture and Interior Design by Studio2 Architects.
Featuring Kitchen Appliances by Fisher & Paykel.
Video Production by The Local Project.
Filmed by Swell Productions.
Photography by Simon Wilson.

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An architect’s own home, Camp Cove House is the result of a rapid design evolution that saw an old brick house turned into a contemporary family dwelling. Utilising windows by Vitrocsa, Tobias Partners opens the house to natural light and the external environment.

Settled into the former fishing village of Watsons Bay, Camp Cove House is an architect’s own home. Although the house can be accessed via three separate entrances, an official house tour would begin through the Cove Street entrance, at the solid spotted gum front door with a bronze handle. As an architect’s own home, the spatial layout of the house is distinct and efficient; the kitchen-living-dining area sits to the right of the entryway, the lounge is to the left, the bedrooms and bathrooms occupy the second floor and the lower level is dedicated to utility.

Glazing by Vitrocsa plays an important role in transforming the pre-existing structure into an architect’s own home. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in the living room present as subtle and inconspicuous, visually giving way to the view. Whilst the glass allows light to flood the interior, the flush details at the junctions of the glazing system and architecture create a sense of continuity between the different thresholds of the home.

Camp Cove House is an architect’s own home, instinctively crafted to embrace its context. By taking an intuitive approach to the architecture and interior design, Tobias Partners is able to create a home that is effortlessly liveable.

00:00 - Introduction to the Architect’s Own Home
00:47 - Adapting the Original Site
01:44 - The Brief
02:26 - Entering the Home
03:42 - The Vitrocsa System
04:26 - The Garden
04:51 - Details of The Home
06:38 - The Architect Reflects on The Home

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Architecture and Interior Design by Tobias Partners.
Photography by Pablo Veiga.
Landscape Architecture by Myles Baldwin Design.
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Complementing an established art collection, D_Residence is a modern home with an open interiority. Crafted by Carrier and Postmus Architects (CAPA), the serene residence represents a unique approach to interior design and architecture.

Located in the maritime suburb of Scarborough in Western Australia, D_Residence is named in reference to the nearby sand dunes. A house tour of the modern home begins at its façade, where lush greenery is positioned as a natural barrier between the home and the harsh wind.

Utilising light and dark-toned brickwork from Austral Bricks at Brickworks, CAPA gently defines the modern home. Applied at the garage, basement level and entry, the dark-toned brickwork causes the practical amenities to visually recede and create an intimate arrival experience.

Combining with the blockwork which comprises the remainder of the façade, the bricks form a textural backdrop to the initial greenery. As the builder’s chosen medium, concrete is also featured in the modern home, offering a neutral complement to the owners’ art collection.

Aesthetically flexible, D_Residence testifies to the impressive design restraint of CAPA. Ultimately determined by the influence of its occupants, the modern home welcomes personal injections of colour, texture and vibrancy.

00:00 - Introduction to D_Residence
00:32 - Behind The Name D_Residence
01:00 - Taking A Journey with Landscaping
01:41 - The Street Presence of the Modern Home
01:57 - The Endemic Landscape Character
02:20 - Separating Interior Design from Exterior Architecture
02:40 - Venturing Through D_Residence
03:03 - Concrete and Brickwork
03:46 - The Range from Brickworks and Austral Bricks
04:11 - Favourite Aspects of the Modern Homes and Proud Moments

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Photography by Douglas Mark Black.
Architecture by Carrier and Postmus Architects (CAPA).
Build by Alita Constructions.
Styling by Amy Collins-Walker.
Brickwork by Brickworks.
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Balancing a striking southern perspective with a warm internal character, Grandview House overcomes the limitations of its former self. Created by Ian Bennett Design Studio, the contemporary home undergoes the tactful renovation of a pre-existing family dwelling.

Situated on the southern side of the Mona Vale headland, Grandview House once existed as a cold and uninviting residence with only minimal access to sunlight. The collaboration between Ian Bennett Design Studio and the clients – one of whom heads Northern Beaches Constructions – sees the house transformed into a warm and contemporary home, capitalising on views of Mona Vale Beach, Long Reef and Manly.

Entering the contemporary home, a walkway bridge sits above the ground floor, delineating two voids which allow sunlight to stream into the home. Further into the residence, the kitchen-living-dining area flows towards the external southern aspect. Upstairs, two children’s bedrooms branch off from the bridge, whilst the southern side of the house encloses a master suite, ensuite and an additional children’s bedroom.

An open plan format expands the visual field, softening the sense of transition between spaces and encouraging residents to explore the contemporary home. Voids crafted to the east and west draw natural light into the residence – as do apertures inserted into the awning – with louvre windows maximising cross-ventilation.

Crafting authoritatively in a maritime location, Ian Bennett Design Studio nods towards its working history in the Northern Beaches region. Grandview House stands as an intuitive response to its site; a contemporary home that effortlessly captures natural light and inspiring southern views.

00:00 - Introduction to Grandview House
00:40 - A Walkthrough The Contemporary Home
01:16 - Altering The Existing House
01:42 - An Introduction to The Owners
02:14 - A Collaboration of Architect and Owner
02:50 - A Floor Plan Designed for Family Living
03:31 - Family Conscious Design
03:57 - Utilising Durable Materials
04:55 - The Architect's Favourite Part of The Home

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Photography by Clinton Weaver.
Architecture and Interior Design by Ian Bennett Design Studio.
Build by Northern Beaches Constructions.
Styling by Atelier Lab.
Engineering by Greenwood Consulting Engineers.
Engineering by White Geotechnical Group.
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A stylist’s own tiny apartment, Hazel House is home to Melbourne-based Nat Turnbull. Capturing the work of architect Adriana Hanna and finishing expert Laminex, the apartment is a triumph in collaboration.

As a stylist’s own tiny apartment, it is unsurprising that Hazel House expresses a distinctly artistic perspective. The interior design sees an array of sculptural furniture abstractly reference the works of Tadao Ando and Donald Judd, as well as Nat’s own still-life art. In the bathroom, the architecture is curved to fit both a shower and bath whilst matte tiles create a sense of calming quiet.

For Laminex, the desire to work on a stylist’s own tiny apartment stemmed from both a creative curiosity and having worked with Nat in the past. Operating within the space allowed Laminex products to be used in a unique way whilst incorporating them into a system of professional styling.

As a stylist’s own tiny apartment, Hazel House indicates a professional approach to colour and materiality. In the kitchen, Laminex Peruvian Clay features on both the benchtop and joinery, its colour and texture interacting pleasantly with the natural light. The bedroom sees the cool-toned Laminex Pewter create a purposefully soothing atmosphere.

Transcending the elevated interiors that Nat frequently experiences, Hazel House is a more meaningful symbol of the stylist’s working life. The considered combination of brands, materials and finishes – all especially relevant to Nat – firmly establishes the residence as a stylist’s own tiny apartment.

00:00 - An Introduction to the Stylist’s Own Home
00:33 - Materials Used in the Home
00:55 - Designing the Bedroom and Bathroom
01:24 - Sculptural Shapes and Art in the Home
02:38 - The Stylist’s Favourite Piece
02:45 - Collaborators on the Project
03:24 - Using Laminex in the Kitchen and Bedroom

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Photography by Sean Fennessy.
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Styling and Interiors by Nat Turnbull.
Laminate and Surface Materials by Laminex.
Filmed and Edited by Dan Preston.
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In touch with a vast rural landscape, Wallaroo Residence rises from atop one of Canberra’s many slopes. Crafted by DNA Architects, the modern farmhouse gently weaves natural elements into its modern expression, emerging as a place of retreat.

Settled on the edge of Canberra, Wallaroo Residence follows a design brief readily assigned to DNA Architects. The luxury home presents as a modern farmhouse, a concept first proposed by its traditional pitched roof and then explored within an interior of considered materials maturely applied.

Aggrandising the entrance of the modern farmhouse, a floating porte-cochère leads on to an impressive set of glass doors. Internally, a timber-clad kitchen sits to the east of the arrival space, beyond which lies the family living room. From there, the residence separates into the laundry room and master suite which offers unobstructed southern views.

Along the back wall of the kitchen, Fisher & Paykel DishDrawers are effortlessly integrated into both the wall itself and the adorning joinery. On the kitchen island, a Full Surface Fisher & Paykel Induction Hob satisfies the desire for sustainable living and enables multiple pans to be warmed at once. In the laundry room, large capacity Fisher & Paykel Washer Dryers inject a sense of efficiency into the modern farmhouse.

Embracing its unique perspective, Wallaroo Residence testifies to the ongoing appeal of a city escape. With inhered functionality and a contemporary aesthetic, the modern farmhouse represents a distinguished interpretation of rural luxury.

00:00 - Introduction to theModern Farmhouse
00:35 - Hitting The Brief
01:10 - A Walkthrough of the House
01:47 - The Key Architectural Features
02:23 - Navigating The Weather Elements
02:44 - Separation Between The Family and The Entertaining Areas
02:55 - The Contemporary Kitchen
03:41 - A Focus On Sustainability
04:24 - The Modern Farmhouse Aesthetic
04:52 - The Architects Favourite Part of The Home

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Photography by Pablo Veiga.
Architecture by DNA Architects.
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Embodying a specific set of client stipulations, Wyoming is a modernist-inspired home with innate flexibility. Crafted by Inarc Architects, the open plan residence exceeds expectations for a house of its kind.

Located in the Victorian suburb of Kew, in close proximity to the Yarra River, Wyoming stands as a rejuvenated dwelling. Originally built in 1911, the settlement of the modernist-inspired home proposes the unique experience of feeling close to the city whilst accessing the countryside lifestyle.

The clients requested that the modernist-inspired home include areas for entertaining. To this end, Inarc Architects reimagines the original front rooms of the house as entertainment spaces which flow to the modern addition.

In response to the clients’ passion for the outdoors, Inarc Architects reinforces the sense of privacy attached to the garden space. An old hedge on the northern boundary is replaced by one of a similar style, exuding a sense of visual protection. Aesthetically, the modernist-inspired home champions white, as per the client’s request. White honed granite floors combine with classic Italian carrara to establish the limited colour palette.

Benefitting from meticulous spatial planning – both indoors and out – Wyoming offers a flowing, effortless living experience. Inarc Architects answers the clients’ requests with rigour, resulting in a highly-personal, modernist-inspired home.

00:00 - The Local Project's Print Publication
00:14 - Introduction to Wyoming
00:55 - A Walkthrough Wyoming
01:11 - Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works Plan from 1911
01:29 - Sticking to A Strict Brief
02:14 - Matching Old to New
02:50 - Interior Lighting
03:21 - Creating A Gallery Space
04:12 - Adopting Modernist Principles
04:50 - Inarc's Favourite Aspects of Wyoming
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Photography by Peter Clarke.
Architecture and Interior Design by Inarc Architects.
Build by Marino Construction Management.
Landscape Design by Robert Boyle Landscape Design.
Engineering by R. Terenyi & Associates.
Engineering by WSP.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
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Queens Park House is an architect's own minimalist oasis. Designed by Kyra Thomas Architects, the calming suburban home strongly contrasts its previous iteration as a storage warehouse.

Located in Sydney, Queens Park House was originally a storage warehouse with brick walls built to the boundary of its site. Converting the commercial property into an architect’s own minimalist oasis required opening up the building and rewriting its internal character.

Structurally, turning the warehouse into an architect’s own minimalist oasis involved removing the pre-existing roof and inserting walls into the interior of the building. The brick boundary walls are retained, enabling a sense of privacy within the suburban setting and paying homage to the history of the building.

As an architect’s own minimalist oasis, Queens Park House embraces natural light and fresh air. Four courtyards punctate the spatial plan, creating green space for different aspects of the house to relate to, as well as facilitating internal lighting and ventilation.

Responding to the residential needs of the client, Queens Park House stands as an architect’s own minimalist oasis. Custom and considered, the home testifies to the skill of Kyra Thomas Architects in transforming a commercial space.

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00:10 - Introduction to the Architect’s Own Home
00:49 - Warehouse Conversion
01:23 - The Brief
02:41 - Green Spaces
03:05 - Lighting
03:31 - Materiality
04:15 - The Architect’s Favourite Room
04:43 - The Finished Project
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Pointing towards the future of urban living, Laneway Glass House is an extended terrace house and a designer’s own home. Collaborating with Brad Swartz Architects, Henry Wilson reconfigures the spatial plan of an existing residence, establishing an exemplar contemporary space.

Settled onto a Darlinghurst laneway branching off Oxford Street, Laneway Glass House is a designer’s own home that aligns with its built context; a compact terrace house set among others of its kind. Organically brought together, Henry Wilson and Brad Swartz Architects quickly acknowledged the opportunity to build on the site, creating a rear lane addition that would serve as a prototype for similar developments in the future.

Materials are uniquely applied to the residence, suggesting the individual character of the project. In contrast to regular dwellings, this is a designer’s own home that sees materials used to articulate natural forms and subvert expectations for a compact space. In the kitchen, travertine is employed in a standard size without grout lines, enabling a broad, sophisticated and slab-like presentation.

A designer’s own home, the contemporary kitchen is a room of cleans lines and volumes. A commercial-like, monolithic space, the kitchen features stainless steel and presents as a formation of blocks slotted together to create a cohesive whole. Fisher & Paykel’s products are easily incorporated into the space – the Integrated Refrigerator seamlessly blends into the joinery and the Minimal Oven and Induction Hob complement the kitchen’s sleek aesthetic.

Paying homage to the Maison de Verre in Paris, glass blocks are employed to reflect and refract natural light whilst maintaining the private interior of a designer’s own home. Integrated into the façade, the blocks present Laneway Glass House as a shining jewel, sitting upon an otherwise mundane road.

00:00 - Introduction to Laneway Glass House
00:21 - The Architect and The Home Owner
00:47 - An Inner-City Location
01:25 - A Rear Lane Addition
01:43 - The Original Brief
02:21 - Flipping The Typical Terrace House
02:56 - The Creation of An Efficient Floor Plan
03:20 - The Spiral Staircase
03:56 - Utilising Materials In Unique Ways
04:20 - The Kitchen
05:01 - Taking Inspiration from Maison de Verre
06:00 - The Architect and The Home Owner's Favourite Aspects

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Imbued with a sense of tranquillity, Hidden Garden House is a minimalist residence with a restrained materiality. Designed by TRIAS in collaboration with the clients, the home emerges as a peaceful ode to simplicity.

Located in the Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, Hidden Garden House celebrates small living on the fringe of the CBD. A house tour of the property elucidates its floor plan. Entering the home, the living room leads to an elevated dining room, which in turn flows to the kitchen space. The kitchen wraps around a courtyard garden and upstairs, the bedroom and bathroom are separated by blocks of joinery.

As one of the occupants of Hidden Garden House is a ceramicist, their influence is apparent throughout the home. Terracotta floor tiles line the kitchen whilst white tiles in the lightwell bounce sunlight into the home. Brass hardware and elegant furniture also testify to the quality of the client’s work.

TRIAS uses natural materials to establish a sense of warmth in Hidden Garden House. Bagged brickwork proposes a feeling of tactility, while timber floors and joinery visually soften the interior. Smaller details such as pendant lights and brass finishes speak endearingly to the idea of careful consideration.

Refined and minimal, Hidden Garden House stands as a timeless residence; a ceramicist’s own home. Working closely with the clients and embracing their unique contributions, TRIAS translates a joint vision into an architectural success.

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00:15 - Introduction to Hidden Garden House
00:40 - The Surrounding Neighbourhood
01:01 - A Walkthrough of the House
01:43 - Views from the Upper Level
01:54 - The Hidden Garden
02:13 - The Creative Clients
02:35 - Hand Made House Features from the Client
03:09 - Warmth Through Material Selections
04:17 - Taking Pride in the Project
05:09 - The Architects Favourite Features
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Celebrating colour and materiality, Boronia House is the contemporary reimagination of a pre-existing dwelling. With interior design by Esoteriko, the family home captures an uplifting and lively environment.

Located in the harbourside suburb of Bellevue Hill, Boronia House is surrounded by expansive properties interspersed by leafy sections of green. Mirroring the height of the neighbouring houses, the family home is comfortably settled within its immediate built context.

In the kitchen, walnut panelling clads the cabinetry, complementing the dark limestone flooring of the original dwelling. An impressive double-height void frames the kitchen island bench from above, presenting the piece as the dramatic focal point of the family home. Guiding residents up through the void is a set of floating concrete stairs.

Throughout Boronia House, Esoteriko forges a strong relationship between the home and the natural vistas beyond. On the ground floor, outdoor joinery bridges the conceptual gap between family home and garden. An external seating area increases engagement with the landscape, alongside a new staircase and elevated swimming pool.

Embracing a natural connection alongside colour, Esoteriko develops the liveability of a family home. Boronia House enhances everyday life, prompting residents to adopt a more relaxed and explorative means of occupying space.

00:00 - Introduction to Boronia House
00:30 - The Entry to The Home
00:46 - Starting with A Gallery Space
01:00 - Refurbishment of The Kitchen
01:38 - The Custom Metal Work
01:54 - The Clients and The Brief
02:07 - Custom Pieces from Local Artisans
02:40 - Rising Up Into The Bedrooms
03:14 - Connecting The Landscape and The Living
03:48 - An Elevated and Extended Living Area
04:20 - Living Through Colour

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Landscape Architecture by Myles Baldwin Design.
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Designing an architect's own home and office space, Jolson architecture and interior design studio combines two distinct spaces that remain inherently separate. With a fascination of blurring lines between architecture, interior design and landscape design, Sunrise House becomes an exploration of how each discipline crafts a sense of space within.

Sitting on the edge of an industrial commercial zone, Sunrise House by Jolson architecture and interior design studio was once a 1950s sweet factory before becoming an architect’s own home. Greenery covers the building’s façade, offering a dynamic sense of style not often seen within Melbourne’s cityscape. Yet inside, the connection from inside to out is made through an open floor plan that allows for the family to easily transition between living areas.

From the entrance, the office and ground level of the house honours the original build by keeping the concrete, paring it back to expose the aggregate. Although, in spaces where new concrete was poured, Jolson celebrates the new markings with memories of his own family, establishing the structure as an architect’s own home as well as a workplace.

Retaining as much of the honesty and texture of the original building was key to bringing forth vibrancy. The main design idea in the open living space was to insert three walls. Black joinery adorns one wall containing a concealed kitchen, another a large artwork that celebrates the history of the building and a third wall containing a luxurious fireplace.

Through optimising the entirety of the volume within, Sunshine House becomes more than an architect’s own home, it becomes an art form. Jolson balances life, texture and colour – further complementing the minimal design aspects of an architect’s own home.

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00:11 - Introduction to Sunrise House
00:42 - The Original 1950s Confectionary Factory
01:01 - Combining A Family Home and A Commercial Office Space
01:17 - Placing An Emphasis on Natural Light and Garden Space
01:27 - A Sanctuary with Sculptural Elements
02:19 - A Connection Between Outside and Inside
02:52 - Moving Vertically Through The House
03:32 - Connection to History Through The Gym and Courtyard Space
04:14 - Living With Colour, Texture and Memories
04:55 - A Reaction to The Original Facade
05:25 - Masterworks Advertisement

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As the soothing colours of its interior spill into the garden space, Turramurra Threads feels deliberately nestled into its outdoor complement. Crafted by Benn + Penna, the calming family house is filled with a sense of peace resulting from its understated design.

Surrounded by charming heritage builds on the northern outskirts of Sydney, Turramurra Threads reimagines an existing Victorian construction. The design brief called for the historic front windows and delicate ceiling detail of the calming family house to be retained whilst an extension be added to the rear, celebrating established architecture in unison with modern amenity.

Featuring the original façade, the calming family house captures a simple spatial plan, directing residents from the old structure into the new. A secondary living space and master bedroom sits perpendicular to the entrance corridor, which leads onto three bedrooms and a study. Beyond, the extension forms a primary living pavilion, opening at its far end to reveal the garden.

Rays of sunlight penetrate the calming family house from three points of entry, indicating a studious approach to natural lighting and building materials. The beams enter from a small pocket garden that serves as a transparent border between the historic and additional architecture and a large skylight positioned on the southern slope of the roof.

Enhancing the functionality of a heritage home, Benn + Penna creates an open interior design that engages the garden space. Turramurra Threads is built to embrace the natural surrounds, using its subtle properties to establish a calming family house.

00:00 - An Introduction to the Calming Family House
00:30 - Location of the Home
00:43 - The Clients of the Project
01:23 - The Original House
01:51 - The Architects Brief
02:05 - Connecting the House to the Garden
02:25 - Using a Neutral Palette and Natural Materials
03:14 - The Importance of Light in the House
03:45 - The Large Skylight
04:07 - The Arch in the Living Room
04:24 - The New Extension of the Home

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Photography by Tom Ferguson.
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With calming detail and considered materiality, Williams Burton Leopardi transforms the heritage listed North Adelaide Residence into a modern home. Through the new expansions, different moods are evoked from room to room, seeing the modern home uplifted into a refined contemporary context. The infusion of muted natural light demarks the old from the new whilst material choices reference the original worker’s cottage.

Inspired by a desire for simplicity and quality detail, the redesign of the modern home mirrors the original fabric of the residence. The choice to remove the third bedroom allows for an extra living area, whilst elongating the structure into the garden ensures the home aligns with the lifestyle of its occupants.

The residence provides a visual experience with increased access to sunlight through integrated skylights and the introduction of natural materials. The use of oak wood references the heritage sandstone exterior and grounds the modern home. Further echoing the outdoors is joinery toned to match the washed oak flooring and the Turco Argento limestone kitchen benchtops.

By establishing an indoor-outdoor connection, a natural flow between the garden and the modern home is seamlessly achieved. Through folded doors and a large picture window, the inviting garden helps to enhance the liveability of North Adelaide Residence – where an intentional quality resonates through each material choice.

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00:13 - Introduction to North Adelaide Residence
00:38 - Single Fronted Cottages
01:07 - Bringing Grandness into A Workers Cottage
01:38 - Working with An Unusual Brief
02:13 - Creating Different Moods Throughout The Home
02:46 - The Separation of Old and New
03:17 - The Impact of A Narrow Site
04:00 - The Handmade Aspect to A Heritage Home
04:33 - The Materials Palette
05:18 - Subtle but Beautiful Details
06:02 - The Architects Favourite Aspects of The Home
06:49 - The Local Projects Print Publication

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In an area where expansive views can quickly overwhelm, Dovecote by Atelier Andy Carson is settled comfortably within the landscape. Comprised of The Headland and The Range, the award winning Airbnb pulls the surrounds into balance with its materiality and interior design.

Positioned alone in the South Coast town of Gerringong, Dovecote is butted by lush rolling hills that slope down towards the shoreline. A house tour of the award winning Airbnb reveals that it embodies a detailed design brief which stipulated a contemporary main house – The Headland – visually countered by a simpler construction, The Range.

A built reaction to place, Dovecote is designed to thrive in a harsh coastal climate. The material palette is tailored to robust functionality – metal cladding maintains its structural integrity under salty ocean spray and allows the award winning Airbnb to visually recede into the shadows of the hills.

In The Range, copper louvres to the western side enable residents to control access to natural light and views of the farmland. Decks are placed to the north and south so that on any given day, visitors to the award winning Airbnb can use the architecture of The Range as a windbreak or utilise passive solar power.

Through the concealment, introduction and reintroduction of striking vistas, Dovecote preserves the special qualities of its site. Atelier Andy Carson expertly controls the influence of the natural surrounds, ensuring that the award winning Airbnb is as liveable as it is showstopping.

00:00 - The Local Project's Print Publication
00:21 - Introduction to Dovecote
01:00 - Andy Carson - The Architect
01:29 - A Detailed Brief
02:17 - Finding Longevity in The Material Selection
02:54 - The Inspiration for The Headland
03:34 - A Walkthrough The Headland
04:13 - The Original Use for The Courtyard
04:32 - Approaching The Views
05:03 - The Inspiration for The Range
05:52 - Celebrating The Western View
06:20 - Immersion In The Landscape
07:04 - The Architects Favourite Aspects
07:31 - Subscribe to The Local Project's Print Publication

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Photography by Tom Blachford and Declan Blackall.
Architecture by Atelier Andy Carson.
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Styling by Dovecote.
Landscape Architecture by Peter Glass & Associates.
Engineering by Ken Murtagh.
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Approached with experience and discernment, Toorak Residence is an architectural dwelling with a considered interiority. Designed by Architecton, the luxury home embraces its context, enabling seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor space.

Located in the affluent suburb of Toorak in close proximity to the Melbourne CBD, Toorak Residence is strong element in the impressive architectural environment. Marked externally by a bold sculpture, the home sits at over 1000 square metres and features three spacious levels.

Arriving at Toorak Residence, the process of entry is elongated by carefully layered experiential details. Beyond the front gate lies an informal garden space – a tactile composition of pleasant greenery – which effortlessly navigates residents towards the main entrance.

Stepping inside the architectural home, the material palette is intentionally restrained. Architecton champions concrete, natural stone, timber and glass as the ideal canvases for light and bases for architectural detail.

Flowing out towards the landscape whilst internally welcoming sunlight, Toorak Residence does justice to the rigour of Artchitecton. A house tour reveals the architectural residence to be a peaceful dwelling, encouraging intuitive patterns of movement for superior living.

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00:15 - Introduction to Architectural Toorak Residence
01:02 - The Levels and Layers of the Home
01:46 - Blurring the Lines Between Living and Landscape
02:30 - The Material Palette of the Architectural Home
03:15 - A Sculptural Champagne Cork
03:28 - Lighting Considerations
04:08 - A Range of Versatile Living Areas
04:44 - Ageing Like a Fine Champagne
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A modern house, Fitzroy Bridge House is a work of collaboration led by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design. Featuring a glass bridge – from which the project receives its name – the home emerges as a considered and personal dwelling that celebrates its older architectural elements.

Located in the southern Fitzroy heritage precinct, Fitzroy Bridge House sits an enviable two kilometres from the Melbourne CBD. The residence occupies a long, thin site and is comprised of distinct pavilions, encapsulating both the pre-existing architecture and the work of the modern house.

As Fitzroy Bridge House is situated in a heritage overlay, the exterior of the home could not be altered in relation to the front two rooms. Entering the home, residents move through the Victorian-style environments before reaching the rear architecture of the modern house that features a refined internal courtyard settled into the dining room interior design.

Connecting two pavilions, the glass bridge forms the focal point of the modern house. The bold feature provides a view down to the manicured garden in the Japanese-inspired courtyard – a fine work of landscape architecture requested by the client and executed by Robyn Barlow.

A product of collaboration, Fitzroy Bridge House is closely connected to the client. Warm, inviting and personal, the modern house expresses its own built narrative, enabling the client to retell the story of its creation for years to come.

00:00 - The Local Project's Print Publication
00:20 - The Name Behind Fitzroy Bridge House
00:57 - South Fitzroy Heritage Precinct
01:36 - Moving Through the Home
01:53 - Dissolution of Interior and Exterior
02:16 - The Bridge
02:40 - The Rear Retreat
03:14 - Involvement of the Clients and Their Non-Negotiables
03:57 - Key Sustainable Moves
04:51 - The Cellar
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Photography by Derek Swalwell.
Architecture, Interior Design and Styling by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design.
Build by Warwick Constructions.
Landscape Architecture by Robyn Barlow Design.
Engineering by Clive Steele Partners.
Filmed and Edited by Dan Preston.
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Channelling the sense of warmth that has long-defined the family concept, Wimbledon House befits its purpose as a modern family home. Crafted by Taylor Pressly Architects in collaboration with the clients, Dave and Katie Penfold of Penfold Property Group, the functional home provides a timeless environment for communal living.

Situated at the junction between Elwood, St Kilda, Balaclava and Elsternwick, Wimbledon House reflects thorough consideration of local design heritage. Recycled red brickwork references the previous iteration of the house as well as the influential art deco movement, wrapping the lower half of the exterior and tracking its fluid curves with a stack bond format.

Occupying a central position in the spatial plan is a landscaped courtyard which opens onto a staircase, executed by S&A Stairs. The spiral staircase connects the levels of the modern family home with a smooth three-dimensional curve, painted white.

The handrail, neatly attached to the primary architecture of the modern family home, represents a particular achievement of S&A Stairs. While the company of the past would have taken days or weeks to build the rail, the modern-day S&A Stairs draws upon its 102 years of experience in order to complete the work within hours, using 5-Axis CNC technology.

By accommodating a family with ease, Wimbledon House succeeds in what is considered its core function. Offering a modern family home, Taylor Pressly Architects associates the communal domestic experience with elevated living, during which occupants can enjoy pieces of luxury craftmanship.

00:00 - Introduction to the Modern Family Home
00:24 - The Site of the Home
00:47 - A Two Level Space
01:27 - The Featuring of a Curved Staircase
01:48 - Bringing Warmth to The Home Through Materials
02:25 - Transparency Through The View Lines
02:50 - Creating a Central Heart to The Home
03:04 - The Key Feature Areas: Kitchen and Staircase
03:25 - Creating the Staircase
04:32 - Building a Functional Family Home

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Photography by Peter Clarke.
Architecture by Taylor Pressly Architects.
Build by Melbourne Construction Management.
Stairs by S&A Stairs.
Filmed and Edited by Cheer Squad Film Co.
Production by The Local Project.
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In crafting Lower Shotover House, the architect designs a hidden home that offers a dramatic interior landscape to complement the impressive external context, ensuring it was built for residing in place. Crafted by Bureaux, the home embraces a natural materiality as the means to connecting to the outdoors.

Based in Queenstown, Lower Shotover House faces north, overlooking the Shotover River and Coronet Peak. The architect designs a hidden home that takes inspiration from the old musterer’s huts settled on the mountainside. Capitalising on the protective quality of the hill, the structures look out upon the landscape with a feeling of safety. Importantly, the architect designs a hidden home that utilises a stone composition and a house tour reveals the resulting echo of the rugged surrounds, as well as the proposition of permanence.

In materiality, Lower Shotover House reflects a playful interpretation of the natural context. The architect designs a hidden home that sees stone, black travertine and charcoal timber interior linings combine to establish a cosy interior design. Crafted in recognition of the clients’ lifestyle, Bureaux enforces a robust material palette that can withstand the markings of an active family in a timeless fashion.

A dramatic home, Lower Shotover House features rich timber walls, carefully framed windows and pools of soft lighting. The architect designs a hidden home in which residents are led through the interior with ease; a project where nothing is over-lit and the architecture captures both the compression and expansion of space. Residents must ascend a step in order to enter the kitchen, suggesting an element of theatricality within the experience of the home.

As the architect designs a hidden home, they consider the relevance of orientation to the outcome. Lower Shotover House faces north and, as such, measures are put into place to retain heat and maximise the impact of the sweeping views. While stone walls and a green roof influence the thermal quality of the building, doors measuring three metres high can be pushed back in order to control the thermal climate of the interior. The green roof also engages the surrounding hillside mass, blurring the boundary between landscape and home.

Immersing occupants in the mountainside experience, Lower Shotover House forms the ideal place of retreat. Through a process of consideration, the architect designs a hidden home that, though contemporary, is ultimately defined by a prevailing sense of timelessness.

00:00 - Introduction to the Hidden Home
00:26 - Bunkering Into the Side of the Hill
01:00 - The Materials Used
01:40 - The Importance of Creating A Robust Home
02:10 - The Soft Pools of Light Throughout the Home
02:30 - Creating a Warm and Dramatic Feel
02:58 - The Building Aspect
03:29 - The Views from the Upstairs Bunk Room
03:51 - The Green Roof
04:17 - A Dramatic Kitchen
04:29 - Finding Joy in the Movement Between the Tight Spaces
04:51 - Creating A Timeless Masterpiece

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Photography by Sam Hartnett.
Architecture and Interior Design by Bureaux.
Build by Nicoll Thomson Builders.
Landscape Architecture by SITE Landscape Architects.
Joinery by Leading Edge Joinery.
Filmed and Edited by Cadre.
Production by The Local Project.

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0 Views · 24 days ago

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Located in Sydney’s east, Grove House is a garden home that possesses a sense of community through its connection to the shared grove between the surrounding heritage houses. Supplying architecture and interior design, Clayton Orszaczky delivers a family home that wraps around its occupants like a cocoon. As the house tour begins, the desire to keep the original fabric of the house – while sensitively connecting to the new additions – can be seen through each design choice of the garden home. Inside, a careful consideration of materials and space has been infused from the original formal rooms to the dining and family living room and into the extensions. However, it is the original timber staircase greeting guests from the entrance that establishes a graceful connection between the original home and new additions.

Directly responding to the clients’ desire to connect to the gardens and grove beyond, Clayton Orszaczky encourages the new additions of the garden home to directly respond with the original fabric. A core aspect of the home, the kitchen and dining space connects to the gardens through large glass doors and windows which directly draw in both northern and eastern light. A further dialogue between the existing home and the new was addressed by specifically choosing to emphasise the contrast of eras through the use of off-form concrete, steel windows, timber veneer, black porcelain and modern furniture.

Collaborating with Tanya Wood Landscape Architect on the ground level and roof garden design, Grove House establishes a renewed connection between home and garden. Looking at the garden home from the grove, it can be seen that the soft form of the exterior contributes to the grove and the shared community space. Continuing the house tour from the back fence to the shared grove, an immediate connection with the landscape, surrounding greenery and neighbours can be experienced.

Throughout the house tour, the transition between the existing and new areas of the garden home are seen through the proportional ratios. Specifically choosing to speak to this dialogue between old and new additions, Clayton Orszaczky has used concrete for mass – similarly to how masonry was used in the original home. Additionally, continued references to the terrace house form is seen within the new additions and the renewed relationship between light and form further contributes to the connection within the home and to the garden and grove.

00:00 - Introduction to the Inner-City Garden Home
00:27 - The Architects
00:47 - Preservation of the Heritage Aspects of the Home
01:02 - A Walkthrough of Grove House
01:44 - The Clients
02:09 - Connecting to the Garden
02:27 - The Grove, A Community Garden
02:54 - The Landscape Designers
03:06 - A Contrast Between Old and New
03:34 - The Use of Concrete
04:06 - The Key Relationship Between Form and Lighting
04:30 - The Architects Favourite Moments

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Photography by Jack Lovel.
Architecture and Interior Design by Clayton Orszaczky.
Build by Out ‘N’ Up.
Landscape by Tanya Wood Landscape Architect.
Structural Engineering by SDA Structures.
Geotechnical Engineering by D.Katauskas Geotechnical Consultant.
Heritage Architecture Consulting by Zoltán Kovács.
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Afforded the freedom of an open design concept, interior design practice Folk Studio crafts Curl Curl House. Showcasing the collaborative work of architectural practice TRIAS, the magical home captures the spirit of the Australian coast.

Settled into Curl Curl, the coastal suburb of Sydney located just north of the Central Business District, the same-named house reflects its immersive environment. The natural character of the local context sees bush meet coast and a beachside lifestyle cohere with suburban influence. Upon accepting the design project, Folk Studio promptly met with architectural firm TRIAS in order to solidify the creative vision – a residential sanctuary – and ensure that the architecture and interior design of the home work together to form the ideal domestic experience.

Featuring an L-shaped spatial plan, Curl Curl House encloses a collection of communal zones on its ground floor, including a living room on each end. The position of each living room marks a change from the spatial arrangement of a typical house, which sees kitchen, living and dining spaces continue on from one another. Purposefully located, the living rooms function as calming areas within the magical home, removed from the bustle of the communal zones.

Inspired by the Australian beach, bush and coast, the aesthetic palette of Curl Curl House reflects a sense of natural serenity, enhanced by contrasting injections of brickwork that pay homage to the suburban context. Integral to the design of the magical home is the garden space growing along its perimeter. As a result of TRIAS condensing the architecture of the home, the garden space is maximised and enables a natural vista to be accessed from every room of the house. Hit-or-miss brickwork screens adorn the upper levels of the façade, intercepting the incoming natural light to create shifting visual patterns within the magical home.

Achieving a residential oasis, Folk Studio and Trias craft a magical home that serves as an escape from the hectic nature of everyday life. Curl Curl House stands as a residence in which its owners can take pride, rewarded by the sense of careful curation permeating the dwelling.

00:00 - An Introduction to the Magical Home
00:38 - The Collaboration of Folk Studio and TRIAS
01:51 - Adding Intentional Gestures to the L-Shaped Floor Plan
02:32 - A Beach, Bush and Coastal Palette
02:51 - Watching Visions Come to Life
03:22 - Having the Garden as an Integral Piece of the Design
03:46 - Seeing Green from all Areas
04:11 - The Hit and Miss Brickwork Screens
04:38 - Creating a Sanctuary and an Oasis for the Clients
04:58 - Finding Joy in the Client's Comfort

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Photography by Clinton Weaver.
Architecture by TRIAS.
Interior Design and Styling by Folk Studio.
Build by Avalon Constructions.
Engineering by SDA Structures.
Landscape Architecture by Lindy Hulton-Larson Landscape Architect.
Joinery by Luke Geercke Cabinet Makers.
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finndahlenburg
0 Views · 24 days ago

An interior designer’s own home, Pavilion House reflects a studious approach to the relationship between architecture, landscaping and the internal environment. Crafted by Nina Maya Interiors and Maya Sternberg Architects, the home captures an escapist experience using an array of sculptural forms.

Situated in Avalon, a coastal suburb of Sydney, Pavilion House stands as an interior designer’s own home, settled in close proximity to the beach. As the beach house sits far back on a 1000 square-metre block, a house tour of the residence begins with a sense of land, space and privacy reminiscent of a luxury hotel. Architecturally, the building champions a pavilion style with an orderly spatial layout and front façade comprised of glass.

Entering Pavilion House, occupants find the kitchen and dining room, followed by the living quarters and, further back, all bedrooms and bathrooms. As an interior designer’s own home, the residence effortlessly proposes a luxury living experience influenced by hotel designs from around the world. A seamless connection between indoor and outdoor space is maintained using doors which stack to their sides – opening the home to the external environment – and a sophisticated treatment of landscape.

Balancing aesthetics and functionality, Pavilion House is a prime example of an interior designer’s own home. Having excavated a large portion of the front of the property, Nina Maya Interiors builds a refined outdoor dining area surrounded by palm trees, white pebbles and a custom marble table. In addition, the landscape features a firepit area and outdoor spa space, complete with a bar, vanity, free-standing bathtub and rain shower.

The lighting of Pavilion House also nods towards its status as an interior designer’s own home. In the lounge, a continuous skylight runs seven metres across the length of the room, inviting natural light to play across the plaster wall. Raw finishes combine with a restrained colour palette to enhance the calming quality of the sunlight and sculptural furniture within the interior design.

Exuding a sense of relaxation, Pavilion House is an uplifting iteration of an interior designer’s own home. Nina Maya Interiors forges a strong connection between both the internal and external aspects of the home, establishing a coherent place of retreat.

00:00 - Introduction to the Interior Designer's Family Home
00:35 - Introduction to Nina Maya Interiors
00:55 - The Location of the Home
01:11 - A Brief Based Around That Holiday Feeling
01:47 - Pavillion Style Architecture
02:06 - A Walkthrough of the Home
02:23 - Evoking a Ubiquitous Feeling
02:43 - The Connection Between Indoor and Outdoor
03:15 - The Landscape Architecture
04:05 - A Light-filled Home
04:27 - The Hand Carved Coffee Table
05:14 - Organic, Round Soft Forms
05:34 - Nina's Favourite Features

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Photography by Felix Forest.
Architecture by Maya Sternberg Architects.
Interior Design by Nina Maya Interiors.
Build by Customconstruction.
Styling by Joseph Gardner.
Landscape Design by Pacific Outdoors.
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Vidude
4 Views · 25 days ago

We are back in Malibu to tour Grant Cardone's $80 Million home on the famous Billionaire's Beach in Malibu. Follow us on Instagram @EnesYilmazer , @AyersWorld !

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Time Codes:
00:00 Introduction
01:08 Grant Cardone
07:02 Entry, Formal Living Room, Movie Theatre
07:51 Formal Dining Room, Wine Room,
10:08 Grant Cordone's Companies
12:36 Family Room, Kitchen, Pool Area
18:09 Advice from Grant Cardone
20:52 Laundry, Bedrooms, Family Lounge
27:08 Grant's Bedroom
28:31 Gym, Primary Bathroom
31:13 Outro

Vidude
4 Views · 25 days ago

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Episode Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:44 Entrance Hall
01:44 Study
02:04 Formal Lounge
02:47 Boot Room & Powder Room
03:20 Dining Room
04:07 Informal Reception Room
04:32 Library
04:58 Chef's Kitchen
05:29 Main Kitchen
06:21 Lower Ground Floor
06:30 Cinema
06:37 Guest Bedroom/Annex
06:49 First Floor
07:05 Principal Suite
08:29 Gallery Landing
08:35 Bedroom 2
09:03 Bedroom 3
09:31 Second Floor
09:44 Bedroom 4
09:57 Bedroom 5
10:26 Utility Room
10:46 Garden

Vidude
2 Views · 26 days ago

Wow! Truly beautiful Luxury 19th Century Palace Riad For Sale Marrakech. Boutique hotel. Fabulous location in Laksour. 26 suites. Restaurant. Bar. Spa. Pool. 6 courtyards, some of them monumental. Top quality historical features throughout the property. With an asking price of just 4.75m Euros this is your chance to own a true Marrakech monument. Call me on +212658025028 or mail colin@bosworthpropertymarrakech.com and I will arrange a private viewing for you.

Vidude
2 Views · 26 days ago

This is a very special NYC APARTMENT TOUR EPISODE, we are touring one of the most expensive and most unique luxury penthouse apartments in all of New York City. This place is literally a mansion in the sky floating above NYC. Is it worth it?!

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Address: 180 East 88th Street #PH
Price: $33,000,000
5,508 ft² $5,991 per ft² 10 rooms 5 beds 4+ baths
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At the highest elevation north of 72nd Street on the UES, the newly released penthouse at 180 E. 88th Street offers one of the most unique opportunities in the history of New York City. From rooms with extraordinarily high ceilings, the home embraces thrilling panoramic views in all directions. This volumetrically impressive duplex residence houses two living room spaces (one with gas fireplace and wet-bar), a large dining area, eat-in kitchen, five bedrooms, plus den, four full and two half baths in 5508 interior square foot, and includes a stair to a 3rd level roof landing. The home enjoys a spectacular array of private outdoor leisure and entertaining spaces. Totaling 3,500 square feet on 3 levels, this deep, set-back terrace space includes double and single-height covered “loggia” spaces as well as a magnificent 2100 square foot roof terrace that hovers 467 feet over the city, and is divided into two substantial, highly usable areas. Conveniently, a private elevator navigates the 3 floors.An electronic fob-controlled elevator arrival unveils unparalleled views directly overlooking Central Park and New York City skyline.

The open plan living room, dining room and great room with gas fireplace are surrounded by floor to ceiling windows and include direct access to set-back terraces framed beneath dramatic archways. There are grand ceiling heights throughout that range from 13-feet 6-inches to over 28’. The 23’10"x 18’ custom designed Molteni & C Dada kitchen features a center island with white lacquered cabinetry, Statuario marble counter-tops, as well as a full suite of Gaggenau appliances, including two ovens, two dishwashers, and natural brass fixtures by Fantini. Nestled south-east of the kitchen is a den, perfect for a home office or library or an ideal guest bedroom.A sculptural spiral staircase extends upwards towards the privacy of the upper floor bedrooms while overlooking southern views of the city and entertainment areas below. The primary suite enjoys a cozy gas fireplace and romantic loggia terrace overlooking Central Park with a generous dressing room including an ensuite five fixtured bathroom surrounded in glass that features radiant heat flooring, silver travertine slabs, mosaic tile accented walls and floor, oak cabinetry with undermount Duravit sinks and honed Bianco Grigio marble countertops, rain shower, and cove lighting complemented by Fantini fixtures in natural brass.

The secondary bedrooms share direct access to a 44′×10′8" loggia terrace overlooking the eastern cityscape and monumental bridges, with bathrooms featuring hexagonal Carrara marble mosaic tiles and Fantini fixtures.At over 2100 square feet, the private roof terrace offers views in all directions and includes a gas fireplace. Inside the landing at this roof level there is an additional powder room for guests.Pre-war style inspired detailing has been refreshed to meet modern luxury expectations. 180 East 88th Street is an increasingly limited collection of 47 condominium residences with 24/7 doorman & concierge services and an impressive 8 floors of amenities including a fitness studio, double-height basketball court, soccer pitch, playroom, game room, and residents’ lounge with catering kitchen. Additionally, wine storage, residential storage, and bike storage are available for purchase

Timestamps:
0:00 - Great Room
1:51 - Loggia
3:39 - Dining Room
4:33 - Kitchen
6:05 - Office / Bedroom
7:29 - Guest Wing
9:18 - Owners Wing
11:39 - Rooftop Oasis

Filmed, Edited and Produced By EBC PRODUCTIONS 2022 #nyc #nycapartmenttour #newyork

hannappu533755
3 Views · 26 days ago

When Anthony Mark moved into a 129 sqft micro apartment on the Upper West Side in 2010, he thought it would be a temporary money-saving move. Eleven years later, he’s transformed his tiny home into a custom-designed by HP Design, multi-functional retreat. Anthony describes his style as “casual elegance” and believes smart shopping and mixing affordable finds with some more high-end buys is the key to creating a comfortable home no matter what the size.
HP Design has lowered the ceiling of a part of the toilet to place a bed on it to free up the cramped space of the apartment. The kitchen is luxuriously renovated with solid surface, a sliding panel to cover the kitchen when not in use, making the space seem more airy. The desk hidden in the kitchen counter frees up space, making the living area as spacious as possible.

Micro Apartment 12sqm ( Tiny Apartment 129sqft ) | Space Saving Ideas | Never Too Small
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hannappu533755
1 Views · 26 days ago

This 23sqm micro apartment in the heart of Taiwan offers plenty of storage which was a must in the design brief. Whilst apartments can get smaller and smaller, people still find it hard to get rid of many belongings so there is typically still a big need for hiding things away. As for many micro apartments, one of the solutions to maximize space was to go vertical by adding a sleep-out gallery above the study. The colour palette chosen by NestSpace with white paint and timber textures is fresh and warm. With increased high price housing problems, it is getting harder to have a proper-sized room in cities. However, we should not frame our life by size; it’s about depth and versatility in living. Pull up this idea, NestSpace Design proposed a practical scheme throughout a 23 sqm apartment to echo small space livings in metropolises.
This micro-apartment has a perfect location for shopping and commute, yet the limited dimension was not comfortable. Since its former plan could not maximize space efficiency, along with low sunlight and ventilation, NestSpace Design redistributed the flat, removing one of the original walls to create a space-saving and flexible place.
The concept was the meaning of “Miao Miao”, far away from the mundane to run through the context. The more you go inward, the further you get away from the hustle and bustle of the outside. Minimizing materials and colour palette would result in a widespread and refreshing view in a little home. The floor plan develops from horizontal and ended up vertical, roughly divided the space into four proportions.
A relaxing moment begins at the entryway; the short corridor helps to shift the mood. Then is the multi-functional public area, where it encourages fun things to happen. The bedroom is on the mezzanine level, while a study recessed beneath it. Besides function, the steel-construction also implies an individual walking into a hidden realm that provides a sense of security. On the opposite side are the well-equipped kitchen and cupboards. Despite the narrow scale, the interior incorporates complete functions for a house.
For a music lover with many collections, it is vital to have sufficient storage at home. Aside from large cabinets along the walls, the staircase was also integrated with a storage role to showcase CD collections. The design team covered the kitchen island cabinet with guitar-inspired rusty texture to show the owner’s rocker spirit and love for music. This apartment provides a decompression hideaway that is both open and private through a fresh, simple design.

Tiny Apartment Ep41 | Space Saving Ideas | Never Too Small
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The George micro apartment creatively uses space and design to create something functional and beautiful. Designed by J-IN's Douglass Wan, this unique space comes as a renovation to a studio apartment that once housed nurses in the 1950s. Coming in at just 28 square meters, the small space is fully equipped with all the amenities of an apartment double its size. A corridor of hidden storage separates the front door from the living area and is constructed entirely of plywood. The bed doubles as a large seating area, and thanks to a floating plywood fixture, further storage is found above the sleeping area. The kitchen is located on the other side of the storage wall and uses an opening in the pass to allow light to stream through.
The George micro apartment is an amazing example of effective use of space. As apartments grow smaller and more cramped, it is imperative that more designers and architects look to examples like this to make the most of the small spaces available. The apartment is focused on smart design and in doing so, manages to work with the minimal space, instead of working around it.

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1 Views · 26 days ago

Ever wondered what it would be like waking up within two places at once? Part classic Parisian allure perfectly blended with oceanic cobalt blue of Santorini islands. Thanks to Airbnb, you may be tempted to book a night or two in a super chic apartment by Studio Batiik, who are known for transforming small spaces into something extraordinary. And that’s exactly what they did in the cosmopolitan 10th arrondissement in the heart of Paris. Inspired by Moroccan and Greek-style architecture (even though it may not be immediately obvious), this 11m² micro dwelling reflects a truly unique personality through careful transformation and design. Once a former personal quarter of an elegant home, it has been reinvented into an avant-garde escape. Thanks to Rebecca Benichou, director of Studio Batiik, the tiny apartment living just reached a new level of functionality. The studio’s approach borrows from the traditional art of Javanese batik, with nuances of colour, materials and motifs, granting modernity, details and cheerfulness without imposing it. Entirely minimal in design and function, it is a genius example of how to maximise zones without compromising on the overall aesthetics and functionality. The linear space is comprised of hidden built-in niches concealed within the white crisp and pastel walls that open up to reveal a clever configuration of kitchenette, fridge and an oven. And if that’s not enough, it also fits a small table with cobalt blue highlights and two terracotta coloured stools for a pop of brightness. It conveys a harmonious taste of sophisticated shapes, restrained colours and organic lines that signify bespoke design.

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Architects was amazed that in such a high demand area for living space, an apartment in the middle of an 80s renovation was frozen in time and used for nothing more then storing furniture. The original homeowner had begun the renovation before becoming ill and so it sat until now. A gem in the middle of the city with wallpaper half removed and only a wall faucet and a few tiles pointing the way to the kitchen. Luckily there was no electricity, otherwise lit up the apartment would have looked worse then it already did. Although incredibly small at only 36sqm (just over 380sqft) and in a state of obvious disrepair, architects was excited to take on the project not only because of the shortage of living space within the area, but also those stunning views outside the windows and the story that came with the apartment. Architect Karen’s creative solutions to small space living and her desire to retain some of the original history resulted in multi functional spaces with both modern and historical references.
The apartment opens to a small hallway with an exposed closet on the left and the bathroom door, clad in cork on the right. From there it leads into the open concept living space that includes a glass panel within the bed platform overlooking the living, dining and kitchen areas. It’s a modern moment on top of pale wood cabinetry and surrounded by the aged and patina’d walls that were left to tell the tale of the previous owner, much the same way antique collectors prefer to leave coffee or tea rings and dents on furniture.
Gluing a sheet of cork onto the bathroom door creates a space for the occupant to pin up photos, notes and mementos at whim, its an easy DIY idea that can be replicated in very little time.
The bathroom is a teeny tiny space so functionality of space was a top priority. Recessed shelves where built into the wall above the sink and toilet and a row of hooks was installed on the opposite wall. This part of the bathroom was reduced to its minimal limits and opens up on the other end to the shower.
To let natural light into the bathroom, the shower has been fitted with an operable glass window that opens to the living room. This also means that the bathroom can be accessed from two locations
Both shower accesses are through openings one foot off the ground to contain the water and stop it from spilling into the connecting zones. While the way into the living room is an operable window, the one to the sink and toilet room is a glass free opening.
The brilliant emerald green subway tiles used in the shower stall create a splash of shiny colour within the living zone – in complete contrast to the neutral palette of heavily patina’d plaster walls. The contrast continues the complex story that the designer hoped to keep alive.
As architect and designer, Karen Matz wanted to leave the majority of the surfaces the same as they had been for last few decades. One of the ways she did this was to only fill the holes in the walls and remove the loose wallpaper and paint without opening them up to do the rewiring the apartment desperately needed. She was able to achieve this by mounting the new electrical cables and outlets on the outside of the walls – fully exposed.
The dining room is tucked into the corner between the kitchen and living room and the three zones complete the floor space within the open area while an additional zone – the bedroom – is positioned where a kitchen island would normally be placed – only a little higher up.

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Apartment 6 comes with high ceiling, architect Cameron Neil saw the opportunity to insert a hybrid pod which incorporating kitchen, bathroom, dining area and a loft bedroom to maximise the 40m2 space.

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This bright tiny studio apartment is located in Sweden. The interior is decorated laconic and creative, based on white color with yellow and green accents, which is typical to Swedish style.
What is surprising, that here are place for bedroom, living room and as well, for dining area. The designers have done a creative job in this studio apartment. Despite, that flat is really small, it is functional and everything has its own place.
In many of Europe's older cities, small living spaces can be quite common, especially in cities as old and as dense as Paris, France. Over the years, we've appreciated a number of interesting small space renovations and quirky conversions in the City of Lights, ranging from a former doorman's residence, a bathroom-turned-micro-apartment, to an old garage transformed into a home for a family of four. And as anyone who's lived in a small apartment will tell you, a lot of creativity and careful attention to details is needed to maximize the space that's available, and to make all the miscellaneous pieces work together.
No matter how big your home, you want to be able to maximize your use of the space. In a larger area, this is a bit easier to do with the careful placement of furniture and organized storage solutions. However, as a home gets smaller, space-saving solutions have to get a bit more creative. One way to maximize space in a small home is through the use of levels. We see this often in lofted bed designs, but there are myriad ways to use vertical space to keep a small home organized and feel spacious. Tiny apartment featured in this post are a bit undersized, but in their design, certainly don't feel that way.

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1 Views · 26 days ago

NEVER TOO SMALL 40sqm/430sqft Tiny Cabin - The Pod

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At the forefront of small footprint living; architects and designers are experimenting and perfecting the creative use of space. Transforming the way we live and interact. Never Too Small is dedicated to small-footprint design. Featuring micro-apartments, tiny homes and self-contained projects alongside their designers.

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Doméstico is located within the Qorner building in Quito, near La Carolina Park. The apartment tower was designed by Safdie Architects and developed by local firm Uribe Schwarzkopf. The lower portion opened this year while work continues on the upper levels.
Architects Juan Alberto Andrade and María José Váscones – who are based in the city of Guayaquil –were tasked with designing a 27.5-squre-metre studio apartment for an active, middle-aged woman.
The goal was to create open space within the compact studio without sacrificing basic living amenities.
"The project is born from the need to solve, through architectural strategies, the spatial and formal limitations of this new way of living, in a way that relates directly to urban and social mobility," the team said.
The team ended up inserting a floor-to-ceiling unit with built-in, space-saving furniture and storage. This "habitable artifact" enables living functions to be condensed into a single organizing element that "transforms easily and does not sacrifice comfort".
The unit – made of water-resistant melamine boards – stretches along several walls and allows for an open area along the studio's large window.
Its placement, shape and functions were determined by the studio's geometry and sightlines, along with the location of the building's infrastructure.
The upper portion holds storage space and is accessed via a wheeled, metal ladder that can be moved around. The lower part accommodates everyday activities.
Upon entering the studio, one steps into a compact galley kitchen with a fridge, stove, sink and cabinetry. A backsplash is lined with a mineral surfacing material from the company Silestone.
Just beyond is the main room, which features an open space with a sitting area.
Lining one side of the room is the organizing unit, which contains a bed and desk/table, both of which fold up. A door in the corner leads to a bathroom with a sink, shower and toilet.
Up high, green metal shelves add a pop of colour to the austere apartment. Additional elements in the unit include aluminium door pulls and ceramic flooring.
"Doméstico presents itself as a connection between architecture and furniture design, in which the space is created in relation to the new needs, and the constant reduction of space," the architects said.
"This premise questions the traditional dwelling limits, and puts in evidence the new parameters of contemporary domestic living."

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0 Views · 26 days ago

This 27 square meter (290 square foot) apartment in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia divides the small space into two zones – public and private.
A minimalist design approach maximizes the feeling of space and light. The private space is hidden behind a storage panel with sliding doors.

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This... is Tokyo's Smallest Luxury apartment! Last time we looked at Tokyo's cheapest (and worst?) apartment (https://youtu.be/Y9xTdu4_sgs), and today we are are going a little deeper with Tokyo, Japan's TINIEST Luxury apartment!

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Complimenting a clients existing home, and using durable, hard wearing materials suited to the coastal lifestyle. Architect Rob Ashby designed a self-contained 60m2 studio as a retreat for visiting friends and family.

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The attic apartment has an area of 23m2 and does this color combination interest you? Except for the toilet, all spaces are open from the bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen, The bed is located in the skylight area to receive natural light during the day (can be closed if it is too sunny), at night you can lie down and watch the starry sky, which is quite interesting. The kitchen area, the dining table is quite spacious with white tones, the dining chairs and the black kitchen shelf legs add prominence to the area. Glossy white brick toilet wall creates a spacious feeling, the toilet floor is covered with anti-slip black tiles, contrasting colors also highlight the area, this particular toilet is also located under the sky, so choose the right way. The black background tile project is also reasonable. Right at the entrance (stairs) is a coat hanger and a shoe storage area.
No matter how big your home, you want to be able to maximize your use of the space. In a larger area, this is a bit easier to do with the careful placement of furniture and organized storage solutions. However, as a home gets smaller, space-saving solutions have to get a bit more creative. One way to maximize space in a small home is through the use of levels. We see this often in lofted bed designs, but there are myriad ways to use vertical space to keep a small home organized and feel spacious. Tiny apartment featured in this post are a bit undersized, but in their design, certainly don't feel that way.

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Architect Jean Graham from Winter Architecture together with the client and their carpenter designed a unique space designed for a family of four. The Compartment Apartment divides and arranges the 45m2 space to allow every family member a sense of privacy. Scandinavian style interior fittings using re-purposed joinery for kitchen and new converted Ikea furniture expands the utility of the space and storage. While curtains separate rooms from each other but still allow light to pass through; maintaining a sense of what's beyond. www.winterarchitecture.com.au

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Architect aimed to make the most of his dark, irregularly shaped apartment by using lots of white and creating clever "micro elements" like a retractable dining table.
Encompassing 700 square feet (65 square metres), the Hopp Apartment is located on the garden level of a 1930s, multi-storey building in the city's Chelsea neighbourhood.
The unit has various limitations and idiosyncrasies due to renovations that were made to the building's foundation.
"Its odd layout and challenging features of exposed foundation walls and large structural columns were further complicated by being partially submerged below grade and hemmed in by foundations," Martin Hopp, who runs the eponymous local studio.
"This gave the apartment a subterranean feel that only allowed for brief moments of natural daylight."
Hopp set out to introduce a feeling of lightness and brightness, along with maximising space by using built-in millwork and flexible "micro-elements" that enable openness, privacy and multi-functionality.
In the L-shaped social area – which accommodates cooking, dining and lounging – he and his team lined the walls with all-white cabinetry.
Built into one spot is a "rotating table" that can be easily tucked away when not in use. The team also added a folding door that forms a separation between the kitchen and the rest of the room.
Across from the dining nook is a living room with a built-in, white sofa. Between the dining and lounge space are steps to the unit's front door, and beyond it, a wooden deck.
The bedroom is located just off the kitchen and is fitted with simple furnishings and ample storage space. To the other side of the kitchen is a corridor that leads to a bathroom and an office space.
The bathroom features shelving and backlit glass panels that were made possible by the discovery of a two-foot-deep cavity during demolition. The discovery "gave us the opportunity to think creatively about how to use the space", the design studio said.
Similarly, the team got creative when designing the office, which was formerly a large closet. In addition to serving as a work area, the space now doubles as guest quarters, owing to the insertion of a Murphy bed designed by Hopp.
Privacy is provided by sliding wooden doors, along with a pivoting door that extends across the hallway.
"A slightly oversized closet was an opportunity to create a multi-functional space that could be guest room, home office and storage area all at the same time," the studio said.

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Living in a place like NYC forces you to make the most of the space you have. That’s why the city is filled with so many fascinating small spaces, like this one.
How much can you fit into 240 square feet? This apartment/studio will give you a great idea of what might be possible in just about any small living space.
This masterfully designed space was designed and created by Brooklyn architect Tim Seggerman with inspiration from furniture designer George Nakashima.
The entire apartment is a master class in finish carpentry: There are cabinets of cypress and bamboo; a gently chamfered ash-and-beech staircase; flooring of quartered white oak; a desk of red birch slats that slips out into the living space. The lighting in the loft, much of it recessed behind panels of papyrus, lends the space a subtlety that doubles the sense of warmth. “It’s basically a piece of woodwork,” says Seggerman. “I’m very proud of that.”
The architects designed the loft and put a rather spacious bedroom on it, the designer even made room for a micro library in the bedroom, To the right of that you just slide some doors over and you’ve got your laundry room area, the kitchen is located below the attic, taking advantage of the space under the stairs, the living room and the office share the space next to the kitchen, the toilet is small and compact, with a bathtub and separate curtain.

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Tara was designed around large fluid spaces and compartmentalised, functional storage and furniture. White surfaces and metal cladding reflect and diffuse light inside the 30m2 space, allowing light to open up the bathroom and kitchen despite having few windows. Everything fits neatly together, all to make the best possible use of the apartments existing space.

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Heren 5 architects in collaboration with furniture designer Paul Timmer, designed the interior of Loft Buikslotherham, fully utilising the width of the space. The most important housing functions, cooking and eating, are situated directly behind the large glass façades with view of the lightboat and the canal.

The living room, sleeping area, storage and bathroom are situated in the back of the loft. With the extra high 3.5m ceiling used to place the sleeping area on top of the kitchen, with an extra bed under the living-platform, to provide sleeping space for guests. Inventive switching and stacking created a compact loft with a generous feel.

The large interior-unit is realized in a subtle palette of birch wood and white Corian. The ‘diamond edge’-detailing, designed by Paul Timmer, gives the design its unique look.

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Across the world, the design of our city homes has been increasingly shaped by an investor first market. Melbourne is facing some of the highest housing prices in the world and local developers Nightingale Housing & Hip V Hype are creating alternative models for home building that are more sustainable and livable.. In the rapidly changing suburb of Brunswick, Hip V Hype has reworked the site of a 140sqm home to accommodate three homes the same size with shared spaces and exposure to the street. Nightingale is building a new ‘village’ purposefully designed to accommodate families alongside singles and couples in sustainable small footprint apartments. These projects represent a change to home building in Australia and worldwide, where affordability and sustainability are quickly becoming the focus, and developers are expected to build communities rather than just homes.

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Originally a 22m2 art deco apartment, Nanopad was redesigned to showcase it's unique features and better take advantage of it's shape. Floating and compartmentalised storage opened up previously closed in spaces, allowing the addition of a kitchen, and an extended battened bathroom. While still maintaining the art deco detailing inside.

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Farida's 400-square-foot studio apartment in Toronto, Canada is perfectly set up for a creative young professional. She's been living here for almost 4 years and has done a great job of creating defined spaces within the open-concept condo space. She has a twin bed at one end which saves loads of floor space, and a wall unit that provides storage for books and crafts, but also acts as a room divider for a bit of privacy. She has a full-size closet for clothes, a desk for doing hair and makeup, and also for sewing projects. In the living room, she has a loveseat which is perfect for lounging, and a comfy spot to do her cross-stitch projects. In the kitchen, there's a small table for eating or for computer work and a linear kitchen with a surprising amount of pantry storage space. Finally, in the hallway, there's a coat closet, a laundry closet, a bathroom with a stand-up shower, and a bit of an entryway. There's also a West-facing balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows all along one wall of the condo.

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We love checking out small and alternative spaces like tiny houses, yurts, float homes, etc. but it's also worth remembering that there are loads of small apartments and condos in cities that allow for simple, minimalist living if that's where you want/need to be. Small space living isn't restricted to rural areas or to alternative structures. That being said, living in the city can be quite expensive (although rural living might appear cheaper, but you often need a vehicle!). Lots of things to consider when choosing where and how you want to live :)

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Limited by it's heritage status, Architect Brad Swatz designed this 27m2 space to accommodate vast amounts of internal storage. Simple panels allow light and air flow, opening the home up to city views. Hidden spaces and sliding walls creating a sense of luxury in a small space.

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A hotel-home hybrid created by an architect and graphic designer. Nestled amongst other unremarkable units Itinerant blends together it's multicultural surrounds. Designed by Timothy Yee the apartment is a minimal yet luxe hideaway, consistent throughout it's 29sqm space.

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Located on the second floor of a 14th century historic mansion, first converted into apartments in 1722, Appartement Haut Marais is home to architect Thomas Fournier of Concina, who completely redesigned the apartment, restoring it to it’s former heritage glory. One of the major reconstructions to the apartment involved removing a straight concrete staircase leading to the mezzanine and replacing it with a spiral shaped wooden staircase from the 1900s. Other restoration work included reinstalling ceiling cornices and replacing the old laminate flooring with solid oak parquet. In the living room, Fournier built two custom bookshelves into the wall and creatively hid the radiator behind a painted wooden cover that also serves as a display shelf; a large frameless mirror screen against the wall reflects the surrounding space. The bedroom, located on the mezzanine behind a system of sliding shutters, has no direct natural light, something that was combated by covering the wardrobes with mirrors, making the space feel larger than it is. For the bathroom, Fournier drew on his Italian heritage with tuscan glazed terracotta flooring, red marble and the hand-painted Tuscan tiles.

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Flat Eleven was originally part of a larger home belonging to the parents of owner/architect Claudio Pierattelli, in a historic building opposite the famous Palazzo Pitti in central Florence. Creating a truly separate home, he added an independent entrance, a kitchen, and opened up the space to allow rooms to flow from one into another. Repainting the new apartment and cabinetry white, as well as replacing the flooring with a lighter, semi-gloss French herringbone parquet, allowing light to bounce throughout the home and illuminate the entire flat. The new kitchen features a full complement of hidden appliances, as well as concealed extraction and a floating two person dining table. A refurbished cantilevered staircase leads from these bright, open living spaces to a redesigned loft bedroom, where a glass balustrade allows light to still reach the bedroom. With this redesign, Claudio converted a dim set of living spaces into a contemporary, bright and open home perfect for minimal city living.

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