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Caring Wood named RIBA House of the Year 2017

01-12-2017

Caring Wood named RIBA House of the Year 2017

Macdonald Wright Architects’ Caring Wood has been named RIBA House of the Year 2017. Floornature looks at more of the interesting home projects covered in the year 2017.

The minimal Muji Hut on sale in Japan

22-11-2017

The minimal Muji Hut on sale in Japan

A small hut with a minimal but functional design.

Luigi Rosselli Architects - Pool House in Randwick

24-10-2017

Luigi Rosselli Architects - Pool House in Randwick

The swimming pool plays a fundamental role in the renovation and extension of an early 20th century home by architect Luigi Rosselli in Randwick.

Maury Island Cabin by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer

20-10-2017

Maury Island Cabin by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer

The Hoedemaker Pfeiffer Design Team has revamped an 1890s house on Vashon Island, Washington, injecting new life into an old building that was suffering from all the different decorative layers added over the years.

11 residential interiors in Florence by Pierattelli Architetture

19-10-2017

11 residential interiors in Florence by Pierattelli Architetture

The Pierattelli Architetture studio has designed the interiors of eleven apartments in two Florentine residences: the Ricasoli and Levi Palaces, just a short distance from the historic centre.

Villa Mediterraneo 02 by Metroarea

09-10-2017

Villa Mediterraneo 02 by Metroarea

The Metroarea architecture studio from Trieste has created what is usually called a “dream villa”. They took six different factors into consideration when designing its shape and spared no expense on interiors. The end result is spectacular.

FMG flooring for outdoor spacing: all the advantages of Twenty and Twenty+

05-09-2017

FMG flooring for outdoor spacing: all the advantages of Twenty and Twenty+

With its collection of porcelain stoneware tiles “Twenty”, FMG enhances the surfaces of all outdoor spaces, making them resistant, inalterable, and easy to clean and install. With Twenty+, indoor and outdoor spaces can be brought together by a single surface, enhancing the depth of the perceived space

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