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James Perse’s Malibu Residence on the Market

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James Perse's Malibu Residence on the Market

James Perse's Malibu Residence on the Market

James Perse's Malibu Residence on the Market

James Perse's Malibu Residence on the Market

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James Perse’s Malibu Residence Is the Most Stylish “Farmhouse” on the Market

Having been a part of the fashion industry for over two decades, it’s safe to say that James Perse knows a thing or two about design. His eye for interior and lifestyle goods has previously been documented on our page, so it really comes as no surprise that the Los Angeles native’s Malibu home is quite the stunning example of architecture as well.
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DRA House, Bali

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DRA House, Bali

DRA House, Bali

DRA House, Bali

via ignant.de | Photos © Mario Wibowo

Located in Sanur, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali, the DRA House stands against lush tropical sanctuaries, offering a true Balinese experience.

Designed for an Indonesian family by D-Associates, the residence offers an escape from busy life in Jakarta. The 897 sqm villa comprises of four bedrooms, each equipped with its own bathroom, living space and the kitchen, all centered around the swimming pool and the lawn. It also includes several references to the Balinese traditional architecture, like the foyer pavilion being inspired by the ‘aling-aling’ element in Bali’s dwelling compound.
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Miyagawa Bagel

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Miyagawa Bagel

Miyagawa Bagel

Miyagawa Bagel

Miyagawa Bagel

via dezeen.com | photos © Akira Nakamura

Architects office Roovice has converted a former warehouse in Miura, Japan, into a bagel shop, replacing the existing walls with polycarbonate panels to make the building more transparent. Once used to store fishing gear, the warehouse is located in the Miyagawa-cho, a seafront area at the very tip of the Miura Peninsula.
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D10, Germany

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D10, Germany

D10, Germany

D10, Germany

D10, Germany

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This Beautiful Glass-Walled Home in Germany Features a Surrounding Terrace

Located in a residential area near Ulm, Germany, Werner Sobek have designed the D10 house. The detached home is accessed via a private driveway, as the residence comes together thanks to two parallel shear walls..
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Monte Do Córrego, Portugal

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Monte Do Córrego, Portugal

Monte Do Córrego, Portugal

Monte Do Córrego, Portugal

Monte Do Córrego, Portugal

via ignant.de | Photos © Fernando Guerra / Sergio Guerra

On the outskirts of Portugal’s Santiago do Cacém, admist the parched pastoral landscape of Alentjo sits a gleamingly white curved building designed by Atelier dos Remédios.

The family home, which goes by the name of Monte Do Córrego, was designed to seamlessly blend in with the surrounding agricultural landscape. Fronted by a minimal gate, the building’s entrance is set into the earth, opening to reveal an expansive, open-plan interior topped by a green roof and connected to a maze of courtyards.
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Woolloongabba Gardenhouse, Australia

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Woolloongabba Gardenhouse, Australia

Woolloongabba Gardenhouse, Australia

Woolloongabba Gardenhouse, Australia

Woolloongabba Gardenhouse, Australia

via designboom.com | photos © Roger D’Souza

Refresh Design Builds Woolloongabba Gardenhouse in a Queensland Backyard

In a Brisbane inner-city suburb, architecture studio Refresh Design has developed a model of infill-development, designed to increase the density of urban areas. The scheme — named ‘Woolloongabba Gardenhouse’ — serves as a response to the scale of sprawling Australian homes, which are among the largest in the world. The project has been conceived as a blueprint for similar ‘gardenhouses’, transforming the underutilized backyard of an existing property into a multi-generational home.
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Mitchell Street, Northcote

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Mitchell Street, Northcote

Mitchell Street, Northcote

Mitchell Street, Northcote

Mitchell Street, Northcote

via wallpaper.com | Photos © Peter Bennetts

There’s almost no clue as to what lies behind this 1920s bungalow in Northcote.

Past the front door, only a couple of the original front rooms remain; one used for a study, the other a guest bedroom. ‘The house fits in with the period streetscape. You’re not really aware of what’s going on behind the timber facade,’ says architect Feras Raffoul, director of FGR Architects. ‘Our clients had become attached to the period home, even though it had its shortcomings,’ he adds.
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Casa Linder, Dallas

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Casa Linder, Dallas

Casa Linder, Dallas

Casa Linder, Dallas

Casa Linder, Dallas

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Casa Linder is a 3,700 square foot single-family residence located in a well-established, but transitional East Dallas neighborhood. Informed by the owner’s fondness for reclaimed materials, and inspired by the historic architecture of the Texas Blackland Prairie homestead vernacular, Casa Linder embraces the architectural heritage of the earliest Dallas settlers by blending the simple forms and materials of the original prairie dwellings with contemporary planning and crisp detailing.
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Main Stay House, Austin-Texas

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Main Stay House, Austin-Texas

Main Stay House, Austin-Texas

Main Stay House, Austin-Texas

Main Stay House, Austin-Texas

via dezeen.com | photos © Allison Cartwright, Charles Davis Smith

Texas firm Matt Fajkus Architecture has completed a family home in Austin that features rooms with sliding glass walls, enabling the spaces to be fully opened to the outdoors. Called the Main Stay House, the dwelling is located on a slender urban lot in Austin’s Bouldin Creek neighbourhood.
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