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Water Flows All Around This Lakeside Home

September 20, 2022 Erin 0

Photography by Benjamin Benschneider Kor Architects has designed a new lakeside home in Washington State that uses materials like wood, stone, concrete, and steel, as well as a series of water features. Photography by Aaron Leitz The design of the home includes various water features. The first water feature can be seen at the front […]

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Cacti Were Used To Create Privacy For This Home In Los Angeles

May 15, 2022 Erin 0

Architects Annie Barrett of aalso architects and Hye-Young Chung of HYCArch have completely transformed an existing Spanish-style house in Los Angeles for a couple anticipating semi-retirement. Working together with Landscape Architect David Hocker of Hocker Design, the front garden has been created with a dense screen of San Pedro cacti, replacing the need for a […]

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A Seating Nook Under The Stairs Offers A Quiet Place To Read In This Home

August 25, 2021 Erin 0

Los Angeles designer and architect Rob Diaz has completed his latest project, the contemporary renovation of a home in Sherman Oaks, California, and included in the updated interior, is a built-in seating nook. The wood-lined seating nook is located under the stairs and adjacent to the living room. The seating nook includes a large white […]

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Piet Oudolf creates “ever-changing” garden for Vitra’s architecture park

July 4, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
Piet Oudolf garden at Vitra Campus

Winding paths lead visitors through this landscaped garden at the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, Germany, which Piet Oudolf designed to complement the site’s iconic architecture. The Oudolf Garten covers an area of approximately 4,000 square metres at the furniture company’s production site, which features buildings designed by some of the world’s leading architects.

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A Terraced Yard Makes The Most Of The Sloped Property At This Home

April 28, 2021 Erin 0

Photography by David Sievers Mountford Williamson Architecture has designed a new home in Australia, that includes views across the neighboring vineyard and beyond. The ‘L’ shaped floorplan of the home creates protected outdoor space and works with the topography of the site. Photography by David Sievers Making use of the sloped site, the yard has […]

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Before & After – A Modern Remodel For A 1970’s Brick House

April 26, 2021 Erin 0

Fabric Architecture has completed the modern remodel of a 1970’s red brick Australian classic which had come to the end of its life. Located in Shelly Beach, the original house had a carport at the front. When talking about the updated facade, the architects mention, “The design consists of a low scale private street frontage […]