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Marble Arch Mound set to be repurposed in redevelopment of London estate

September 29, 2022 Lizzie Crook 0

Elements of the dismantled Marble Arch Mound that Dutch studio MVRDV designed for central London last year are planned to be reused in the renewal of Ebury estate in Pimlico. Materials and trees used to create the controversial attraction beside Marble Arch will be repurposed into gardens and a play area at the redeveloped housing

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Studio Terpeluk renovates Lanier and Asawa-designed Noe Valley home

September 28, 2022 Kate Mazade 0

San Francisco-based Studio Terpeluk has renovated and expanded Redwood House in Noe Valley with redwood interiors and terraces. The three-storey Redwood House was originally designed by American architect Albert Lanier and sculptor Ruth Asawa in a hilly  San Francisco neighbourhood characterised by Victorian and Edwardian houses. Studio Terpeluk was selected to expand the 1976 house

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Fala Atelier nestles “very tiny palazzo” in garden of Porto home

September 28, 2022 Jon Astbury 0

Portuguese practice Fala Atelier has completed a garden apartment for a home in Porto topped by a “concrete crown” inlaid with marble geometry. Called Very Tiny Palazzo, the 40-square-metre annexe provides a studio or guest room nestled in a lush garden, which it overlooks through fully-glazed elevations. Small, simply finished and largely transparent, the structure is

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Fire damage to Peter Woosley’s High Sunderland house was “like a personal bereavement”

September 28, 2022 Lizzie Crook 0

This video offers a glimpse of Loader Monteith’s restoration of the fire-torn High Sunderland house in the Scottish Borders, which is shortlisted for this year’s RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. Originally designed in 1957 by Peter Womersley, the home is one of five buildings that production studio Stephenson& has documented for a

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4/Way House by Deegan-Day responds to “allure and danger” of LA site

September 27, 2022 Jenna McKnight 0

US studio Deegan-Day Design & Architecture has designed a California weekend home to hold strong against wildfire and capitalise on views. Located near the city of Malibu, the 4/Way House sits on a southeast-facing ridge in the Santa Monica Mountains, in a community called Topanga. Joe Day – a founder of local studio Deegan-Day Design &

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TRU Architects designs Bugok Friday House with indoor and outdoor living spaces

September 27, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0

South Korea’s traditional hanok homes informed the design of this compact house on a mountainside in Bugok, Changnyeong County, which features semi-outdoor spaces for relaxing in the summer. Bugok Friday House was designed by Seoul-based TRU Architects for a family who wanted a countryside retreat they could visit at weekends from their main home in

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Caleb Johnson Studio clads Pieri Pines lake house in Maine with local cedar

September 24, 2022 Kate Mazade 0

Caleb Johnson Studio has created a timber-clad family home in Otisfield, Maine that has no primary bedroom in order to “reinforce familial bonds”. Caleb Johnson Studio — an architecture office based in Portland, Maine — sought to reenvision local cabin vernacular with Pieri Pines. Commissioned by three brothers, the two-storey house references traditional Maine camps and

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Ten homes with walk-in wardrobes that store clothes in interesting ways

September 24, 2022 Nat Barker 0

In this lookbook, we pick out 10 home interiors that feature walk-in closets designed to provide bedroom storage that is both practical and appealing. Walk-in wardrobes create a bespoke storage solution that is hard to achieve with standard furniture. Often they are considered a luxurious feature used to declutter the bedroom in large houses, but as

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Fuse Architects renovates pyramidal 1960s coastal house in California

September 23, 2022 Jenna McKnight 0

US studio Fuse Architects added cedar cladding, expanded the windows and brightened the interiors of the Plover House on the coast of California. The weekend home is located in Pajaro Dunes, a resort community that lies just south of Santa Cruz. The community sits along the shoreline of Monterey Bay. The three-bedroom house was designed

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RAW Architecture celebrates bamboo’s versatility at home and community centre in Indonesia

September 23, 2022 Jon Astbury 0
Image of the waved roof line at Piyandeling Artisan House

Indonesian studio RAW Architecture used bamboo for the structure, interior walls, decorative carvings and door handles, at this home and community space in West Java. Located in the village of Mekarwangi, Piyandeling Artisan House, which has been shortlisted in the rural house category of Dezeen Awards 2022, combines a three-bedroom home with an open-air meeting hall and facilities for

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