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Located in São Paulo, Brazil, the AA House was designed by Pascali Semerdjian Architects where the design was led by the original structure. They focused on horizontal and vertical planes and worked with different textures, compositions, and materials to not only create a unique design, but one that was cohesive as well. One design element that ties the plan together are the vertical louvers that can be seen on both the exterior and the interior. On the facade, they add an extra laye

When you see the before photos (at the bottom), it’s hard to believe where this project started and where it is now – night and day. It began as a rundown detached stable and garage when it was purchased by the current owners of the property, which is located in a suburb of Seattle. The painter and digital designer couple chose to turn the unused stable into a flexible studio space they would work and paint in, while also having it work as a guest space for visitors. They

Part of artist Olafur Eliasson’s latest exhibition, Waterfall is a massive, life-size replica of an actual waterfall that almost doesn’t seem real. The plumes of water appear from mid-air before pouring down into the Grand Canal at the Palace of Versailles. From the front, it looks as if the water arises from nowhere and it’s not until you move around to the side that you see the metal structure erected to pump the water up to the top. From Eliasson: The Versailles

We’ve seen dog-friendly offices before, but Kurgo might take the cake, er chew toy, so we decided to share the space today because it happens to be Take Your Dog To Work Day. The Salisbury, Massachusetts-based company is dog-friendly for a reason – dogs are their target demographic as they manufacture and sell accessories and travel supplies for dogs. Besides making their employees and their dogs happy since they get to spend the day together, the four-legged set can also

The boiling hot days of summer are upon us meaning plenty of outdoor time. Hopefully some of that time includes a bit of relaxing and reflecting as you try to stay cool. There’s no better way to spend summertime downtime than sitting in a swing and letting the breeze gently sway you back and forth. Here are ten spaces we wish were ours because we’d love to relax there and swing all summer long. Designer Jonathan Adler and his partner Simon Doonan, an author an

Filmmaker Zach Both got creative when it was time for him to hit the road for work last year. Needing to hit various locations around the U.S., 23-year old Both bought a 10-year old Chevy cargo van off of Craigslist and converted it into a mobile studio. This gave him complete freedom to work wherever the project took him, while giving him a comfortable place to live and work. Once he bought the van, Both renovated the interior, taking inspiration from modern architecture. Despite ha

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop are responsible for this project located in the Chileno Valley, just a few minutes away from downtown Petaluma, California. The Hupomone Ranch is a 160-acre homestead that had been left uncultivated for over 30 years when the young family who owned it decided they wanted to build a barn house there that would “reflect their commitment to sustainable farming, draw on the natural serenity of the site and build on the sense of place in western Petaluma whe

Co-founder of A-INDUSTRIAL, a design/build creative studio in downtown Los Angeles, Jackie Munoz focuses on residential and small business clients bringing her unique, personalized sensibility to each project. She began by studying Architecture and Environmental Design at California Polytechnic University in Pomona and Architecture at the National Technical University School of Architecture in Athens, Greece, and received a Bachelors of Architecture (B.Arch) before going on to work in

NOWNESS takes us inside the home of architect Deborah Saunt, founder of London-based firm DSDHA, which she runs with her husband David Hills—Saunt. Designed to be partially underground, the home is spacious and light-filled despite being subterranean. Architecture is something that can never stand still. It has to respond to the day, the season, the year. WATCH: More on

Spanning three levels and built on a hillside, this Mill Valley, California house was designed by Zack | de Vito Architecture + Construction to be open plan, sustainable, and energy efficient. Part of the design focus was to create an indoor/outdoor relationship, which includes 2,875 square feet of deck space. There are five bedrooms, three of which were designed as flexible spaces – they can be master bedrooms, in-law suites, home offices, or family rooms – to adapt to th

A Scandinavian family looking for a holiday home that would accommodate their children and guests hired YLAB Arquitectos Barcelona to design a unique, modern space that was comfortable and welcoming. The Vallès Oriental Residence is situated just south of the Maresme Mountains in a valley with views of the coastal mountain range, which is home to pine and holm oat forests. The design splits the house into two volumes, which are connected by a large outdoor space that houses a swimmin

While most communications agencies are part of a larger, international group, the New York City BGB Group is privately owned, which means they can control how their colorful personality can come through via their TPG Architecture-designed offices. Working with managing partners, Gregory Passaretti and Brendon Phalon, TPG Architecture designed the new space to reflect their personality with bright colors, themed conference rooms, and other details that are bound to make their staff hap

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