Nodding to modernism, while sitting firmly in the contemporary, Sanctuary House by Mim Design is a delight of circles and form.
The brief for Magy Apartment in Shanghai followed Karel Teige’s proposal that ‘a minimum dwelling could only exist with its connection with public facilities’ from his book Minimum Dwelling, 1932.
Responding to the natural landscape, this home by Architects Ink in South Australia offers a compact solution, using the gradient of the site to its advantage.
Designed by Palindrome Spaces, Villa in the Sky weaves together contemporary aesthetics with traditional features in the heart of India.
Coolatai House by Cera Stribley is a getaway for the owners who wanted a bathroom view with an ‘outdoor feel’.
Gloss House by Studio Doherty explores unconventionality in every corner, including the main ensuite, laden with a pistachio sorbet hue.
Carving through a rabbit warren of unusable spaces, YSG has exploded this lovely home’s potential into a magnificent Black Diamond in name and lustre!
Light filled and encased in foliage, Debris Block House by Bangalore based studio CollectiveProject is setting a new paradigm for Indian architecture.
Goy Architects’ sensitive adjustments and additions to this apartment form a cosy home layered with timber and greenery.
Bay Pearl by Kirsten Johnstone Architecture transforms an existing Brighton family home through an innovative renovation and reconfiguration.