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Moscova Fil Rouge: Transforming a Milanese Apartment

Minimalist open-concept living space with burgundy accent wall, grey sofa, and modern kitchen.

Designed by the TGA Studio in 2024, the Moscova Fil Rouge project in Milan, Italy, showcases the transformation of a two-bedroom apartment into a flexible three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence. The design prioritizes optimal space utilization, including a unique bathroom layout that separates the master en-suite from a secondary bathroom. The living area features a versatile double-folding glass partition, allowing the space to function as either an open-concept living room or a second bedroom.

N Apartment: Redesigning a 67 sq. m. Home in Tel Aviv

FeaturedCozy modern living room with large windows, neutral color palette, and contemporary furniture.

Situated in the heart of Tel Aviv, Israel, the N Apartment showcases a captivating blend of contemporary design and historical charm. Envisioned by the talented interior designer Maya Sheinberger, this 67-square-meter apartment has undergone a remarkable transformation, redefining its structure and the life of its owner, a Tel Avivian consultant in her thirties. With a focus on natural materials, custom storage solutions, and flexible living spaces, the N Apartment embodies a harmonious fusion of aesthetics and functionality.

Water’s Edge Residence: Sustainable Design in Hot, Humid Texas Climate

FeaturedA modern, open-concept lakefront home with wood and stone exterior, large windows, and a tree-lined view.

Located in Austin, Texas, the Water’s Edge Residence, designed by A Parallel Architecture in 2021, is a house that defies the typical lakeside development formula. With a focus on value, durability, and experience, this project offers a refreshing alternative to the grandeur and ostentation often found in the region’s high-end properties.

Situated on the shores of Lake Austin, the home celebrates connectivity to the water and provides flexible public spaces for the owners’ charitable endeavors.