Describe this home in ONE word! 😍 The DY Apartment is a contemporary open-plan studio primarily consisting of wood. The wood creates a calm and warm environment while providing simplicity and refinement at its finest. The apartment is designed by @ruda_studio from Odessa, Ukraine // Visuals by @bklmshva.
Which facade is your favourite? 😍 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5? Image 1: The Signal House designed by @frahergroup and located in London, United Kingdom (Photo by @adamscottimages) Image 2: The Sanders Modern Residence designed by Jordache K. Avery and located in Atlanta, Georgia (Photo by Caroline Williamson) Image 3: Casa E designed by @orensearquitectos and located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Image 4: The West Village Townhouse designed by @ramsarchitects and located in New York. Image 5: The Collage House designed by S+PS Architects and located in Mumbai, India. Which facade do you prefer? 😍
Swipe left! What do you think? 😍 Casa da Árvore is a 280 m2 contemporary family home focusing on the Brazilian roots – with natural materials and earthy tones. The house has a strong emphasis on the integration between the interior architecture and the exterior space, which gives the sense that the outdoor and indoor become one. This is further highlighted by the flamboyant tree imposing the living room. The house is designed by @suite_arquitetos for the CasaCor in São Paulo, Brazil. // Photos by @ricardobassetti.
Who’d love to experience this? 😍 There is definitely more to architecture than structures, shapes, and architectural language. The contextual element is as important – if not even more important. This video shows the magical moments which nature can bring to a home. A reindeer ‘in the middle of a living room’. To make such experiences possible, the right architecture needs to be in place to embrace and include the surrounding habitat. This is a house in Senja, Norway. // Video by @auroraborealisobservatory via @architectanddesign.
Describe this concept in ONE word! 😍 The Lost House is an innovative concept aiming at keeping the cinematic landscape undisturbed while providing the opportunity to have a beautifully situated and truly private cabin. With the push of a button, the house rise or hide — creating a truly secret gem. The concept of the Lost House is designed by @nott_design // Visuals by @n_sholopova #restlessarch
Which bunk bed is your favourite? 😍 1, 2, 3, or 4? Image 1: Cycladic-styled bunk beds emerging from the building’s shell designed by @omniviewdesign and is located in Mykonos, Greece. Image 2: A playhouse bunkbed by @aenny04. Image 3: A functional bunk bed with storage space by @amberinteriors. Image 4: Space-inspired bedroom with a slide. Which bunk bed idea do you prefer?
Who’d love to live here? 😍 Homes with an authentic feel and a truly welcoming atmosphere are rare to find. This house showcases a true natural home with Scandinavian design accents. The interior features a wealth of cozy corners, exposed beams, calm textures — and even a swing in the middle of the kitchen. In the backyard, an incredible lounge arrangement with outdoor cinema gives the best conditions for the late summer evenings. The home is designed by @marzena.marideko and is located in Warsaw, Poland // Photos by @marzena.marideko.
Which cabin is your favourite? 😍 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5? Image 1: The Log by K2 Visuals. Image 2: The Back Country House by LTD Architectural in Puhoi, New Zealand (Photo by @jo_smith_photographer) Image 3: The Vega Cottage by @victor_boye + @ejanouch in Vega, Norway (Photo by @akeeson) Image 4: The Magical Treehouse in Georgetown, Maine (Photo by @kylefinndempsey) Image 5: The Carpineto Mountain Refuge by Paolo Danes + Massimo-Gnocchi in Carpineto, Italy. Which cabin do you prefer? 😍
Describe this terrace in ONE word! 😍 Built into the roof structure, this terrace shows great resemblance to an open-sky loft. Framed by the large roof cut-out, the space is defined yet strongly integrated with the urban environment. This creates a cozy and intimate outdoor space which is further enhanced by its height allowing the residents to have a great lookout and sustain a certain level of privacy. The terrace is designed by @scandinavianhomes and is located in Stockholm, Sweden // Photos by @kronfoto.
Who’d you bring? 😍 Casa Cook is a beachfront resort with an architectural design attempting to redefine the meaning of touristic accommodation by offering an experience connecting the individual to the history and the culture of Kos. With the use of simple materials and raw surfaces, the design creates a relaxed atmosphere – yet stylish and luxurious. The resort is designed by @lambsandlionsberlin in collaboration with @mastrominas_architecture and is located in Kos, Greece // Photos by @georg_roske and @georgefakaros.
Which bedroom is your favourite? 😍 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5? Image 1: A glazed pyramid bedroom of La Ferme Aventure located in La Chapelle Aux Bois, France (Photo by Alsace) Image 2: Loft bedroom with pitched skylight designed and visualised Vertex Design. Image 3: Corner bedroom in close connection with nature designed by Openbox Studio and located in Khaoyai, Thailand. Image 4: Calmly nuanced modern bedroom designed and visualised by Vladislav Kislenko in Moscow, Russia. Image 5: Concrete bedroom designed by Ângelo Fernandes. Which bedroom do you prefer? 😍
Who’d love to live here? 😍 The Thornton Residence is a weekend retreat nestled in the Victoria bush landscape. Sitting thoughtfully within its idyllic bush setting, the house is cut into the hillside and designed as three separate pavilions linked by floating glazed bridges. An expansive deck links the pavilions and creates a beautiful outdoor space where it is possible to enjoy the breathtaking features of the surrounding nature. The house is designed by @detail9architects in collaboration with @dohertydesignstudio and is located in Thornton, Australia // Photos by @derek_swalwell.