In the heart of London’s esteemed Hampstead, Mark Zudini masterfully revitalized the House in Hampstead, an extension to a historic detached house built in 1926.
With the prime objective of crafting a timeless ambiance, Zudini seamlessly blended the home’s rich history with modern design elements, resulting in spaces both warm and grand—perfect for gatherings large and small.
In the picturesque setting of Garda, Italy, Liberty Garda stands as a testament to architectural resilience and innovation. Designed by the acclaimed PadiglioneB Architettura Integrata and redesigned in 2023, the house perfectly marries historic charm with modern sensibilities.
Drawing inspiration from traditional “Terrazzo alla Veneziana” floors and the warmth of Vicenza stone, the abode is a harmonious blend of the past and present.
In the heart of Split’s historic Veli Varoš neighborhood, an attic space with a past riddled with disrepair has been transformed. Architect Helena Miler, enchanted by the charisma of this Croatian coastal city, embarked on a renovation journey that took grit and vision.
From its decrepit state, the attic apartment has risen, reflecting the vibrant spirit of the Adriatic and offering views that encapsulate the best of the Mediterranean. This architectural rebirth pays homage to traditional Varoš roofs, while inviting in the sun, sea, and scenic landscapes of Split.
In the heart of Ukraine, a country revered for its rich history and natural beauty, the Relogged House emerges as a testament to innovation. Crafted by the brilliant minds at Balbek Bureau in 2022, this loft penthouse masterfully reimagines the traditional log cabin concept.
Balancing industrial style with the tranquility of its surroundings, the design blends dark woods with light panels, concrete elements, and minimalist geometries, taking cues from Rick Owens’ ruggedly chic Italian apartment.
In the heart of Lisbon, Portugal, the Apartment in Cais do Sodré has been transformed into a contemporary masterpiece by designer Vasco Lima Mayer. Seamlessly melding its inherent Lisbon architecture, marked by high ceilings and broad corridors, with modern elements, the residence exudes a rich tapestry of history and modernity.
Overlooking the Tejo river, the revitalized apartment captures the vibrant spirit of Lisbon’s capital, establishing itself as a property with a distinctive character.
In the scenic locale of Cambiano, Italy, a revolution in contemporary design unfolds as Elasticofarm unveils The Hole with the House Around.
As a reimagination of a 1970s house, this masterpiece offers more than just a roof; it’s a suspended marvel that blurs the boundaries between interior and exterior. In its embrace, one doesn’t merely view the majestic Alpine arc on clear days but lives amongst it, creating a harmonious dialogue with the landscape below and the vast sky above.
In the heart of Bologna, Italy, renowned for its rich history and gastronomic delights, lies Casa Fondazza. Designed by Carlotta Franceschi in 2017, this traditional 160sqm (1,722sqft) apartment merges historical elegance with modern practicality.
Precious frescoes adorn its walls and ceilings, and a detailed restoration has given the space a contemporary touch, making it an ideal home for a young family.