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The Wolesley Residence by Australian architecture practice Mckimm has been conceived for a young family of five. Located in Brighton, one of Melbourne’s most exclusive suburb, the L-shaped dream house opens onto a courtyard and a swimming pool. The ocean-blue murals are by Melbourne artist Lucas Grogan.
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Villa Marittima, located at St Andrews Beach in Victoria, was selected from the 11 residential projects that were in the running for the honour. The project description details that the expansive ocean views are revealed as visitors ascend the home’s tranquil spaces. Much like when climbing a sand dune, the panoramic vista is the reward at the top.
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Conceived as a response to the needs of professional chefs.
Housed in a jaw-dropping whitewashed apartment in Paris, this kitchen is exclusively furnished with stainless steel appliances. Designed by high-end kitchen makers Abimis, the space is a perfect union of form and function.
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The picturesque town of Valle de Bravo in the State of Mexico, located on the shores of the artificial Lake Avándaro, is characterised by cobbled roads and traditional white stucco streetscapes with wrought iron balconies, projecting timber eaves and red tiled roofs. The high altitude sustains a warm, temperate climate, which, coupled with the scenic setting, has transformed the historical town and wider municipality into a cosmopolitan getaway, two hours’ drive southwest of Mexico City.
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On the outskirts of São Paulo, Brazilian architecture practice Terra E Tuma has replaced a dilapidated suburban home with a low-cost building made from structural wall blocks. Named after the neighborhood in which it sits, ‘Casa Vila Matilde’ was completed in just ten months.
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For the series ‘Land of Nothingness‘, Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne traveled to Namibia where she captured serene photographs of its vast landscape. The calm atmosphere in the images is dominated by pale hues of the desert and spotted with wildlife. At the same time, Lavigne seems to explore the themes of solitude and slowness in her photographs.
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