A wonderful ‘balcony’ with space to grow an indoor garden is just one of the unexpected delights to be found in this four-room flat.
Instead of building up, Mitsuori Architects dug down, resulting in a home that responds better to the needs and aspirations of its occupants.
Shona McElroy had a brief of conflicting requirements when designing this family home – but underpinning it all was a space to truly relax in.
OVON demonstrates how efficient space planning can enhance comfort and accessibility in a compact four-room flat.
Knock Knock Studio brings out the potential of an odd-shaped flat, and on a modest budget too.
By reshaping the space and bringing in the light, Space Sense Studio has turned a standard inter-terrace property into a home that’s full of ease and comfort.
In this four-room flat, Local Architecture Research + Design (LAR+D) created public spaces for hosting and showcasing personal objects while hiding away private rooms.
Located in Setagaya, (arguably Tokyo’s trendiest ward), House on the Way is just that, a house in the making.
Parallelogram Design plays with textures and crisp lines to craft engaging experiences in this three-room BTO flat.
A close-knit family wanted a five-room flat with five rooms. See how The Interior Lab delivered with a brilliant reconfiguration of space.