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Taliesyn’s Monsoon House

27-08-2021

Taliesyn’s Monsoon House

Indian architectural studio Taliesyn built Monsoon House in Kerala, a luxurious, generously sized single-family home: 3500 square metres on two levels, with a total of four double bedrooms. The project strives to achieve cleanliness of form, with a great variety of materials, patterns and furnishings creating an air of elegant opulence. The home’s large size permits inclusion of a number of spaces and services, including an indoor pool, a gym, a home theatre, two lifts, a dance floor, a massage centre and a banqueting hall. The painstaking design, the resources used and the refined diversity that go into Taliesyn’s Monsoon House make it the dream home of any Indian household, though of course not everyone could afford it.

Feldman Architecture’s Surf House

25-08-2021

Feldman Architecture’s Surf House

California studio Feldman Architecture recently released the pictures of Surf House, a private villa on the sea in Santa Cruz, built in a discrete style taking great care to minimise environmental impact, using reclaimed wood for all the indoor and outdoor cladding. The large, well-lit spaces, the warm colour of Monterey cypress wood, the ocean view and the surfboards in the boathouse make Feldman Architecture’s Surf House the perfect example of luxurious “California dreaming”.

Philipp von Matt Architects between architecture and art O12 – Artist House in Berlin

02-08-2021

Philipp von Matt Architects between architecture and art O12 – Artist House in Berlin

Philipp von Matt Architects designed an artist’s home and studio completed recently in Berlin’s Mitte district. The fruitful ongoing dialogue between the architect and the client, a French artist, was very important in the creation of a sculptural work in which art and architecture constantly interact.

Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura designs MG House, a contemporary house in a rural setting

30-07-2021

Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura designs MG House, a contemporary house in a rural setting

In Bragança Paulista, in the state of São Paulo, in Brazil, the Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura studio designed the MG House, a contemporary house immersed in a rural setting. Respecting the clientâ's request, who wanted to build a single-storey home, the construction develops on one level with all the rooms connected in a fluid manner, to enjoy a deep and continuous relationship with the surrounding countryside.

Innauer Matt Architekten’s concrete and wood house

23-07-2021

Innauer Matt Architekten’s concrete and wood house

A concrete house covered with rounded larch shingles putting a contemporary twist on the traditional Austrian home

House of timber, steel and polyolefin

09-07-2021

House of timber, steel and polyolefin

A house made of steel, timber and polyolefin by LDA.iMdA. Architetti associati evoking the archetypal child’s drawing of a home.

Villa EB: a reclamation project characterised by formal harmony

01-07-2021

Villa EB: a reclamation project characterised by formal harmony

The architects of Italian studio monovolume architecture + design renovated Villa EB in the province of Bolzano, reclaiming a mid-twentieth-century duplex with a focus on details, from materials to interaction with the home’s natural setting.

SAOTA Silver Pine, a house in a pine grove in Moscow

25-06-2021

SAOTA Silver Pine, a house in a pine grove in Moscow

South African architectural studio SAOTA has completed its first project in Russia, a contemporary home in Moscow. The Silver Pine house stands among tall pine trees on an island in the Moskva River. Its high-performing glazing system is capable of withstanding the challenge of rigid Russian winter temperatures while allowing the house to enjoy a profound relationship with its natural surroundings. The interior design features contributions by ARRCC and Max Kasymov, with a number of furnishings by OKHA.

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