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CR House: Elevated Design with Golf Course Views in Nordelta

FeaturedA modern, multi-level building with stone foundation, wood and concrete accents, and lush landscaping.

CR House, designed by remyarchitects, is a stunning residential project located in Nordelta, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This contemporary house showcases a thoughtful integration of the exterior landscape and the interior spaces, creating a harmonious living experience.

Featuring a facade defined by intertwining volumes and green spaces, the home offers uninterrupted views of the adjacent golf course from the elevated social areas. The design separates the private and recreational zones, with the lower level dedicated to outdoor living and the upper floors housing the bedrooms and a multipurpose space with a terrace overlooking the golf course.

East West House: Blending Dutch and Chinese Influences

Sleek, modern kitchen with concrete and wood accents, open shelving, and island seating.

The East West House, designed by Bloot Architecture in 2023, is a modern renovation and expansion of a classical 1930s brick corner house in The Hague, Netherlands.

Commissioned by clients with Dutch and Chinese backgrounds, the project blends Western and Asian architectural elements to create a warm, attractive, and functional living space. By incorporating a diverse material palette of wood, concrete, and steel, the design achieves a harmonious balance between the two distinctive styles, resulting in a cohesive and captivating family home.

White Skube House: Srijit Srinivas Architects’ Unique Cuboid Design

Modern building featuring intricate lattice work and minimalist facade with geometric patterns.

In Trivandrum, India, the White Skube House by Srijit Srinivas Architects showcases a minimalist design approach that seamlessly blends with its densely settled surroundings. This second home for a joint medical family features a skewed cuboid form, accentuated by a pristine white exterior and thoughtful spatial planning to accommodate their functional needs.

Rak House: Embracing Opulent Minimalism in Casablanca

FeaturedStriking modern architecture with textured concrete facade, wood paneling, and lush greenery.

In Casablanca, Morocco, Studio CAYS has reimagined the traditional home design with their 2024 project, the Rak House. This extraordinary house challenges conventional living arrangements, creating a grand, open-concept space that seamlessly blends the interior and exterior.

Featuring a 18-meter-long and 12-meter-wide reception area, the Rak House prioritizes harmonious living, with a vast living room and expansive dining area that cater to both intimate and social moments.

River Hills Residence: Lakeside Retreat in Austin

A modern, open-concept home nestled among lush trees with expansive glass walls, terraced steps, and warm lighting.

Emerging from a sloping berm in Austin, Texas, the River Hills Residence by Miró Rivera Architects embodies the laid-back ethos of the city. This lakeside house retreat overlooks a sweeping lawn shaded by towering native trees, offering a seamless connection to the surrounding landscape. Featuring a central courtyard and expansive glass walls, the home’s design combines modern elements with natural materials, creating a harmonious retreat.

House S: Blurring Boundaries – A Spatial Transformation in Spain

FeaturedMinimalist, wood-accented interior with open layout and modern furniture.

XSTUDIO‘s Masterful Transformation of House S in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. This 130-square-meter house, located in a four-story building, underwent a comprehensive renovation that reorganized the original compartmentalized layout, creating a more open and airy living space.

The designers integrated the home’s corner location and private patio, maximizing natural light and cross-ventilation while introducing a cohesive wooden envelope that ties the living areas together.