Bates Masi Architects designed this spacious minimalistic coastal residence located in Sagaponack, New York, for a large family and their numerous guests.
Studio Schicketanz completely redesigned in 2011 this mid-century single family residence located in Carmel, California.
Located in Montréal, Canada, this contemporary loft apartment interior was designed by Gepetto.
In the year 2009, Vancouver made an attempt to augment the density in single family regions by permitting the homeowners to reinstate their garage areas with laneway houses. With this new requirement, people initiated the work of constructing laneway houses and Mendoza Lane House was the first one completed. As per this bylaw, 60000 properties became eligible for the infill development. By early 2010, Mendoza house was finished and it satisfied Vancouver’s 2009 bylaw according to which small infill houses were to be added onto existing single family properties all over the city.
The best way to judge the taste of a homeowner is to explore the architecture and interiors of their house. Well, despite of how true is this statement, one thing is for sure, interiors always reflect your style. This time, I have brought to you a very unique architectural delight that is certainly going to blow your mind. I simply loved the lively ambiance, well balanced interiors and remarkable color flow.
As the property is of highest public interest and the interiors listed by English Heritage as very significant, the floor plan had to be broadly maintained but all staircases, balustrading and partitioning, where possible, were replaced. The Studio and Arran worked closely together removing all bathrooms, floor finishes, built in wardrobes and the kitchen.
Up and down Detroit’s streets, buildings stand abandoned and in ruin. French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre set out to document the decline of an American city. Their book “The Ruins of Detroit“, a document of decaying buildings frozen in time, was published in December 2010.