Located in the centre of Frankfurt, Germany, between the town hall and the Main river, is the completely refurbished and newly extended Historical Museum Frankfurt. Kossmann.dejong designed three exhibitions for the building.
Designed by Cox Architecture and completed twelve months before schedule, the Anna Meares Velodrome is a world class venue featuring an international competition standard 250 metre timber cycling track.
Situated on the shores of Lake Memphremagog in the Municipality of Potton, this cottage, designed by Atelier BOOM-TOWN, comfortably accommodates more than a dozen people, enabling them to appreciate the location thanks to its wide openings onto the surrounding nature.
Overlooking the Moorooduc plains sits an impressive new home designed by emerging design company, Little Brick Studio. Their design inspiration for the luxury, modern Australian home takes cues from the breathtaking views from the property.
A staircase will always play a starring role in the look of a home, so be captivated by these stunners.
Murray Legge Architecture doubled the size of the existing house and preserved its 1920’s charm by leaving the existing house untouched while adding a modern dining area, study and master bedroom suite.
Cox Architecture designed this project quietly and intentionally nestling itself within the established streetscape. The group of homes set a new benchmark for sustainable, affordable housing at low-to-medium density zoning in peri-urban suburbs.
Designed by Duccio Grassi Architects Max Mara is pleased to announce the reopening of the redesigned flagship boutique in New York City. The reimagined freestanding boutique is realized in a historical Victorian style building on Madison Avenue and 68th Street.
Situated at the top of Beverly Hills is the newly constructed 7200 SF home on Trousdale Place. The residence has been designed by Mayes Office to offer sweeping views from the Pacific Ocean to downtown Los Angeles.
The client’s brief to Windust Architects x Interiors included the standard “kitchen/ dining/ living”, together with an ambitious 4 bedrooms and 2 x bathrooms.
Axelrod Architects redesigned and transformed this single-family house in Tel Aviv to reflect the clients’ love of serenity and sleek modern design.
The buildings were conceived by Architectenbureau Cepezed with a focus on a variety of theme’s, such as representativeness, spatial quality, functionality, flexibility, comfort and sustainability.
Designed by Pleysier Perkins, architects, the existing footprint, building fabric and original character of this 1980s single level brick house has been largely retained, with the addition of a master bedroom suite.