Palmero is a minimal, mid-century modern residence in Los Angeles by Owiu that gives nod to Japanese ryokans.
An old farmhouse in Valencia, Spain gets a modern, light-filled renovation that opens up its thick walls and features a sunken living room.
Located on North Stradbroke Island, the Baker Boys Beach House by REFRESH*DESIGN gives nod to camp life giving the feeling of being outdoors.
A tiny, A-frame cabin in southern England residing where a forest and stream meet that's self built using sustainable materials.
Anatomy Architecture + Atelier designed the House Between The Wall in Bangkok, with a bold, white facade and minimalist, cozy interior.
The Art Maisonette in Letná is a 1930s Prague apartment that got a facelift from esté architekti to reflect a love of Czech graffiti art.
Angelucci Architects designed the Nido House in Melbourne with a central courtyard that opens up the core of the home while adding a private outdoor space.
With panoramic LA views, the glass pavilion California House by GLUCK+ rests on a steep lot in the Hollywood Hills
Tasked with building a tiny home, Matt Williams Architects designed a small, triangular retreat in Dolphin Sands on the coast of Tasmania.
Pavilion House is a minimal residence located in London, with a new glass pavilion extension designed by Bureau de Change.
Working with the existing configuration, BURR Studio transformed a former office in Madrid into the modern NN06 apartment with blue metal details.
Komon architekti transformed the Attic Apartment with a Black Box in Prague by opening it up and going monochromatic with the color palette.
A compact, modern cabin in Québec, Canada, designed by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architectes, hides in the forest while reflecting the surrounding trees.
Splinter Society designed the house mullet Colonnade House which transitions to a modern extension made using a row of concrete columns.
ICON and Lake|Flato came together to design and build House Zero, a mid-century modern ranch house with 3D-printed, energy efficient concrete walls.