Bathrooms

Sharp Peaks, Soft Hills and Sunlight are the Guiding Elements Dictating the Design of Lac Léman’s Swiss Villa

Sharp Peaks, Soft Hills and Sunlight are the Guiding Elements Dictating the Design of Lac Léman’s Swiss Villa

  By at the the same time blending in and standing out this project testifies to a rare dexterity and achieves statement-making tribute to both its spectacular lakeside setting and to the many hands that made it. Just as its alpine setting has been formed by many...

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The Simple Over the Superfluous: High-End Design Choices Boost Collective & Environmental Well-Being by Aligning with a Concern for Our Planet

The Simple Over the Superfluous: High-End Design Choices Boost Collective & Environmental Well-Being by Aligning with a Concern for Our Planet

  The United Nations projects that more than two-thirds of the world’s population will inhabit urban areas by 2050. City-living will have a key and lasting influence on the new luxury mindset that was once defined by materialism and excess. The new luxury will...

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With Its Pulsating Views, This Award-Winning Tailored Penthouse Becomes Bangkok’s Magical Urban Oasis

With Its Pulsating Views, This Award-Winning Tailored Penthouse Becomes Bangkok’s Magical Urban Oasis

  Standing next to the iconic St Regis hotel located on the prominent Rajadamri Road in the commercial district and heart of the city of Bangkok, this luxury penthouse features stellar views of the city skyline and ultra-polished fixtures and details. The pad was...

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Understand a Legacy’s Level of Persistence and Step Inside This Precious Neighbourhood’s Historic Renovation

Understand a Legacy’s Level of Persistence and Step Inside This Precious Neighbourhood’s Historic Renovation

  Every moment can be elevated by its environment. Pac Heights (or Pacific Heights for long) is one of the most prestigious and elegant neighbourhoods in San Francisco. It became the home for many of the nouveau riche in the late 1800s when the cable cars made...

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Towering Oak Trees in California’s ‘Horse Country’ Inspire a Contemporary Farmhouse Vision that Comes to Be

Towering Oak Trees in California’s ‘Horse Country’ Inspire a Contemporary Farmhouse Vision that Comes to Be

  Woodside is a small town in San Mateo County, California on the San Francisco Peninsula. It’s home to many horses and is among the wealthiest communities in the United States. Turning off one of its busy roads, a pair of house hunters drove over a bridge...

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Bathe in Privacy and Blend in on the Edge of an Extreme Hawaiian Landscape

Bathe in Privacy and Blend in on the Edge of an Extreme Hawaiian Landscape

Situated along a rugged stretch of coastline, this getaway family retreat embraces the spirit of Mauka-Makai – the symbolic flow of lava from mountain to sea. This site in Manini'owali Beach, loosely referred to by islanders as Kua Bay in Kona, captures the stark...

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Discover a New Sense of Belonging on the Edges of the Earliest Rice Fields in South Central Portugal

Discover a New Sense of Belonging on the Edges of the Earliest Rice Fields in South Central Portugal

Infused with an elegance that only the most unpretentious simplicity can realise, every detail here invites you into a deep retreat. The gaze is carried far – no cities or landforms to hinder it. The marshes, heaths, pine forests and beaches stretch as far as the eye...

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Structural Illusions Accent Discretion and Topography in Cape Town

Structural Illusions Accent Discretion and Topography in Cape Town

The idea of a pavilion typology informed this boutique project where the structure is kept to the minimum, materiality is celebrated, and spatial boundaries are blurred. The morphology of the cottage is brought to life by two, thin floating planes stacked on top of...

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A Los Angeles Hillside’s Self-Contained Oasis

A Los Angeles Hillside’s Self-Contained Oasis

Principles were adopted from the site’s neighbour – Stahl House – and the ground-breaking Los Angeles Case Study Houses, which were built between 1945 and 1966. The generous allocation of outdoor space here maximises the potential of the liveable climate, reconnecting...

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