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Casa Forest, Basel

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Casa Forest, Basel

Casa Forest, Basel

Casa Forest, Basel

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Swiss firm Daluz Gonzalez Architekten has set a nest-like terrace into the roof of an angular house it has completed in a forest near Basel, Switzerland. The Zurich studio, which is led by Juan González and Rubén Daluz, was asked to design the home for a family of five with a keen interest in nature. They call it Casa Forest. The clients wanted to make the most of their scenic plot, which is bordered to the east and south by deciduous trees.
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J House, Tel Aviv

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J House, Tel Aviv

J House, Tel Aviv

J House, Tel Aviv

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A bridge forms the entrance of this house near Tel Aviv by architect Pitsou Kedem, which also features a perforated facade referencing the traditional regional latticework. J House is an 800-square-metre family home located in Herzliya, an affluent northern area of the Tel Aviv District. Local studio Pitsou Kedem Architects has already designed many houses in the area, including one with a concrete upper storey that rests on a largely glazed ground floor, and another with windows concealed behind geometric perforated surfaces shutters.
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House MM, Mallorca

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House MM, Mallorca

House MM, Mallorca

House MM, Mallorca

House MM, Mallorca

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Modern Mallorca: Ohlab compose a home out of a series of white boxes

Mallorca’s House MM attracts attention for all the right reasons. Created by local firm Ohlab, headed by Paloma Hernaiz and Jaime Oliver, it is gently nestled within a hillside in Palma, yet its modern white form creates a clean contrast to the natural, rocky and verdant surroundings.
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IHWARUAE, Seoul

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IHWARUAE, Seoul

IHWARUAE, Seoul

IHWARUAE, Seoul

IHWARUAE, Seoul

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The Unsuspecting Dream Home

IHWARUAE is a home in Seoul’s Ihwa-dong neighborhood within the Jongno-gu District. Like that starting sentence, the home appears to be regular, nothing special and of no interest. Step inside (and read on) and you’ll discover that IHWARUAE is actually a slow lifer’s dream home.
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House-Is, Tokyo

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House-Is, Tokyo

House-Is, Tokyo

House-Is, Tokyo

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Do.Do. Designs playful House-Is residence in Tokyo

Japanese studio Do.Do., led by principal Kei Harada, brings together comfort and practicality in ‘House-Is’, a single-family residence in Nishiojima, Koto-ku, Tokyo. The home is three levels in total, the upper-most reserved in total for a rooftop garden. Upon entering, guests and residents find themselves in a compact work space, where the client (graphic designer) maintains a small conference room and studio.
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Srygley Pool House,Arkansas

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Local architect Marlon Blackwell has created a pool house in the back yard of an Arkansas residence, featuring an overhanging sleeping loft that contains bunks designed “like a ship’s cabin.” The Srygley Pool House was built behind a suburban home in the southern US state. The minimal two-story structure contains bunk beds for six children, as well as a small kitchen and dining space on the ground floor.
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A House in São Paulo by Campana Brothers

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A House in São Paulo by Campana Brothers

A House in São Paulo by Campana Brothers

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Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana have built a house in São Paulo that is covered in palm fibre to give it a hairy exterior. Located in the city’s leafy Jardim Paulista neighbourhood, the four-storey house takes its cues from Brazil’s indigenous housing, where fibres from the piassava palm are used to create a shield against the tropical heat.
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