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Gallery of S.A Residence / Shatotto - 4

SHATOTTO Architects designed the amazing SA Residence in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A square basic form made of raw concrete with multi storied buildings, apartments and a water court as swimming pool in the middle of the house SA Residence by SHATOTTO Architects

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Juranda House / Apiacás Arquitetos

Juranda House / Apiacas Arquitetos luxury home, dream home, grand mansion, wealth and pure elegance!

Formwerkz Architects

World Architecture Festival Awards - 2013 Shortlist

World Architecture Festival Awards - 2013 Shortlist Shortlisted in the House Category: Diamond House in Singapore by formwerkz architects (Photo courtesy of World Architecture Festival)

Checker Box Office Complex / Arsh Design Group

Checker Box Office Complex / Arsh Design Group

Image 13 of 36 from gallery of Checker Box Office Complex / Arsh Design Group.

Residence in Hollywood Hills by Griffin Enright Architects

Could we have floating stairs to basement? If so, then we forgo under-stair storage. However, we could create a wonderful reading nook under the stairs. Residence in Hollywood Hills by Griffin Enright Architects

House Extension by Bloem en Lemstra Architects

Cookbook wall within nook // House Extension by Bloem en Lemstra Architects. :-) has glass roof, light, bright.

the combination of a bed and a space to read with loads of pillows = amazing!

An idea for an extra room in my dream home? Books, a reading nook, a pull out bed. What else do you need?ideas for a guest room or even a kids room!

Polish design studio completed the 29 Square Meters project, which is located in Wroclaw, Poland. The designer finally turned the space with only an area of 29 square meters to a cosy apartment. The priority of this makeover was to… Continue Reading →

House in Chayagasaka by Tetsuo Kondo Architects

House in Chayagasaka, Nagoya, by Japanese architect Tetsuo Kondo designed as a series of overlapping boxes without no internal partitions.

House in Chayagasaka by Tetsuo Kondo Architects

House in Chayagasaka, Nagoya, by Japanese architect Tetsuo Kondo designed as a series of overlapping boxes without no internal partitions.

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