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Yabu Pushelberg injects opulence into a Gehry building on Hong Kong’s hillside. Plus, we select seven of the best new products and materials for creating your own dream cooking space.
By Diane Chan |
3 days ago
Tags: Kitchens, Residential
For an artist in the Portuguese city of Porto, Nuno Alves de Carvalho renovated an early 20th-century building and inserted a dramatic column of shelving that delineates studio and residential zones.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
Tags: Commercial, Residential
Batay-Csorba Architects reprogrammed an old-fashioned Victorian house with a three-storey addition that not only adds room, but also modernizes the existing space for a more open, functional plan.
By David Dick-Agnew |
24 days ago
Using smart architectural features, Montreal’s Atelier Général opens up a 150-year-old duplex into a bright, connected home.
By Catherine Sweeney |
April 20, 2015
Containing the world’s most ambitious vertical park, Boeri Studio’s tree-decked towers in Milan welcome back some long-forgotten fauna to the city.
By Paola Menaldo |
March 30, 2015
Tags: Green Design, Residential
On an Oslo rooftop, a pair of hives designed by Snøhetta make a nice home for 160,000 honey bees.
By Lorraine Johnson |
March 10, 2015
Tags: Residential, Urbanism
The curated fair brings lavish, fanciful design – by Zaha Hadid, Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof, Commonplace Studio and more – to the United Arab Emirates from March 16 to 20.
By Erin Donnelly |
March 6, 2015
Tags: Installation, Residential
Local firm David Baker Architects converts a derelict motel into affordable and sustainable housing for people who were formerly homeless in the city’s needy Bayview neighbourhood.
March 4, 2015
BattersbyHowat Architects takes on the ultimate challenge: renovating Arthur Erickson’s all-concrete icon into a livable – and waterproof – family home.
By Adele Weder |
March 2, 2015
Lisbon architect Manuel Aires Mateus turns a neglected farmhouse surrounded by wheat fields and cork oak trees into a timeless paradise of minimalist serenity.
By Rupert Eden |
February 27, 2015
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