atelier here has designed a sophisticated home that plays on materiality to accentuate its spatial qualities.
The family living here enjoys the outdoors via a miniature Japanese garden and green pockets on every floor.
Articulated by a vertical rupture of unfinished brick, Splinter Society has made clear the divide between old and new in Tear Away House.
This home in Melbourne is a contemporary abode that responds to both the majestic gum trees and locals who pass by.
d’Phenomenal designs an unconventional family home complete with a rock climbing wall, and a library and entertainment den.
How do you reconcile a proclivity for open living with the desire for privacy in a dense single-dwelling neighbourhood? Enter Void House.
Borrowed landscape and a highly considered interior outfit saw L Architects transpose this ground floor unit to look and feel more akin to landed living.
Baby One More Time when it comes to the former Britney Spears’ mansion in Beverly Hills to change hands.
A simple, unadorned exterior to Palm Avenue in India belies the depth of thought that went into this multigenerational house by Architecture Discipline.
A resale bungalow that was seemingly stuck in the ’90s aesthetics has been given a 21st century design intervention by Vivre Creative Design.
This Balinese-inspired family house takes the aesthetics of tropical homes, but with a fresh and modern update.
When it came time to design his very own family home, Norman Lim, partner at Asialand ID, started by reconstructing the estate to extend its floor area and enlarge the semi-detached house, transforming it into a nature-inspired sanctuary.
This posh, contemporary residential estate by Studio Lotus is a master stroke in architectural ingenuity and exquisite, yet homely interior design.
This modern contemporary family home by Black N White Haus is a cocoon of calm, with a light colour palette and practical yet stylish features to minimise clutter.
Obbio Concept has created a modern and engaging family home that’s designed with all its inhabitants in mind.
Here are the seven beautiful houses in Singapore that are in the running for the title of Outstanding Landed Home at LBDA 2019.
This four-bedder landed house in Singapore looks like it’s been transported from England.
With a rich palette of natural patterns and earthy colours, Dots N Tots Interior has given this home a look that will stand the test of time.
A terraced house in the Katong area enjoys influences from Singapore’s Peranakan and colonial heritage, befitting the owners’ mixed backgrounds.
Previously old and outdated, this decade-old semi-detached house now has an improved spatial layout and styling. Wynn Neo of I.D.I.D employed a contemporary palette of warm neutrals and classic embellishments to good effect.
The homeowners’ affinity for earthy tones and modern design are executed to great effect by Design Zage in this terrace house. Glossy white surfaces are paired with woodgrain patterns to lend a contemporary but laidback look.
Rescued from decay, this Victorian mansion in Melbourne, Australia blends its past with an elegant, new contemporary character.
Clever space configuration and textural interest bring about an engaging aesthetic for this expansive family dwelling designed by M Atelier.
Situated among rice fields and home to nature-loving residents, the tranquil location and the down-to-earth nature of agriculture is the inspiration for the design of this Taiwanese house.
See how Gwen Tan and Berlin Lee embrace nature instead of shutting it out by way of an unconventional layout and remarkably open design.
Customised furniture and clever design ideas create discreet yet beautiful multifunctional spaces in this Taipei home.
Whiting Architects delivers a stylish design that belies the constraints of a small site in Melbourne, Australia.
Formwerkz Architects revisits the laid-back charms of living and socialising out of a box in the tropics of Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Architects Kohei Yukawa and Hiroto Kawaguchi design a contemporary home that celebrates the relationship between family and nature in Kyoto, Japan