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Maison Victoria: Reviving a 1911 Montreal Brick House

Modern kitchen with sleek white cabinets, black island, and wood bar stools. Minimalist lighting fixtures.

This stunning house in Montreal, Canada, designed by the talented team at Le Borgne Rizk Architecture, is a remarkable example of harmonizing old and new. Built in 1911, the beautiful red brick property with its delicate wood cornice had been trapped in the 80s, until the young family who purchased it sought to reconcile the interior and exterior. The resulting transformation opened up the ground floor, creating a seamless dialogue between the kitchen and dining room.

House No. 11 – Santa Isabel: Camarim’s Architectural Gem in Lisbon

Spacious open-plan dining area with tall windows, natural light, and minimalist decor.

Camarim, the renowned Portuguese architectural firm, has transformed a historic building in Lisbon into a captivating residential masterpiece. House No. 11 – Santa Isabel, designed in 2021, seamlessly blends the building’s early 20th-century charm with a contemporary, bespoke design. Situated between an industrial school and a cemetery, this house has a unique and captivating setting that the architects have expertly navigated, creating a harmonious living space that celebrates its surrounding context.

Busch Place: Seamless Pasadena Remodel Honors Killingsworth

Cozy modern living room with stone fireplace, plush seating, and expansive windows.

Ritual House, a leading architecture and interior design firm, has recently completed the stunning remodel of the private Busch Place residence in Pasadena, California, United States. This project involved seamlessly integrating a disjointed ’90s addition into the original design vision of renowned architect Edward Killingsworth. The result is a harmonious blend of contemporary and mid-century modern elements, creating a truly remarkable private house that showcases the exceptional design skills of Ritual House.

Apartment for a Bachelor: Where Modern Design Meets Functionality

Apartment for a Bachelor: Where Modern Design Meets Functionality

Welcome to a tour of the “Apartment for a Bachelor,” a stunning example of modern design in the heart of Moscow, Russia. This remarkable space, redesigned in 2022 by Alexander Tischler, offers a unique blend of functionality and style, tailored to the lifestyle of a modern bachelor.

The apartment’s interior is a testament to Tischler’s innovative approach, featuring a glass home office, personalized art objects, and a kitchen that challenges traditional design norms. With a color palette dominated by beige and black, the apartment is divided into distinct ‘blocks’ that create a sense of order and coherence.

Let’s delve into the details of this inspiring living space.