Paseo Mallorca 15, designed by OHLAB in Palma, Spain, is a beacon of contemporary, sustainable living. This residential marvel, crafted in 2022, boasts energy-efficient design and a façade that masterfully plays with light. Its Passivhaus standard for energy use, lush courtyard gardens, and luxurious amenities like a spa and rooftop pools redefine urban elegance.
Timber House in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Mesh Architectures, is the city’s inaugural mass-timber condominium. This six-story structure comprises fourteen homes built with glue-laminated timber, embodying sustainability and modernity. It features energy-efficient elements, intensive insulation, and renewable energy-powered appliances. The building’s design, merging eco-friendly materials and passive-house principles, sets a new standard in sustainable urban living.
Unveiling Project 1710: a modern twist on traditional Mallorcan architecture by JLE Arquitectos. Settled amidst the rustic charm of Palma de Mallorca, Spain, this residential house artfully combines the region’s customary design with a fresh perspective.
Despite the expansive 14,000 m^2 (approximately 150,694 ft^2) plot, only a fraction is developed, ensuring this home stands as a beacon of modernity while embracing its enchanting surroundings, from the mountains to the meticulously designed gardens.
Slate House is an eco-luxurious apartment building nestled in the heart of Brighton, Melbourne, Australia. Designed by the renowned Austin Maynard Architects, this stunning, fossil-fuel-free multi-residential complex offers 14 spacious, high-end apartments that harmoniously blend with the area’s rich architectural heritage.
Discover how Slate House redefines sustainable living in one of Melbourne’s most iconic and affluent suburbs, famed for its vibrant bathing boxes.