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Former Industrial Warehouse Converted Into Versatile Living Space

Andrew Simpson Architects completed the redesign of this 19th century industrial warehouse conversion in North Fitzroy, Australia. According to the architects, the building was once a jam factory, a carbonated water factory, and then an advertising agency. Now, it’s a home fit for a family.The 4,700-square-foot, two-story building now accommodates “two side-by-side dwellings which …

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Look ma, no handrails: a house designed for danger

Designboom presents a lovely wood-lined “Re-slope house” on a sloping site in Kobe, designed by Tomohiro Hata. Call in the handrail police; it is yet another in the series of what have been called deathtrap houses, with none of the protection between levels required in western building codes. Here, it …

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House in Romania Gets an Origami-Like Modern Extension

LAMA Architects completed the renovation and extension of G3 House in Otopeni, Romania. The owners wanted their 1,076-square-foot home — which had a basement, ground floor, second floor and attic — to gain more space with a modern twist.“The core of this project is the modern reinterpretation of the traditional pitched-roof house,” the architects said. “We wanted …

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L.A. Bridge Project Elevates Contemporary Design

Los Angeles broke ground this month on an ambitious bridge project, designed by Michael Maltzan of Michael Maltzan Architecture.The 3,500-foot bridge, made of up of 10 pairs of arches that will light up at night, is replacing the iconic Sixth Street Viaduct, which was built in 1932. It will span the Los …

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Minimalist Home Uses Aqua to Accent Angles

This modern home in Gliwice, Poland, has a long, narrow footprint that stands out from the traditional neighboring dwellings. The irregular shape of the building inspired Widawscy Studio Architecture to design the angular interiors in a similar manner.The family home exudes a minimalist style both inside and out, with a simple color palette and …

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Rustic Renovation Celebrates Minimalism in Canada

Scott & Scott Architects completed North Vancouver House, a rustic renovation of a 1950s post-and-beam house in Canada. The project is the result of a collaboration between the architect and the client, two history professors, and their shared interest in traditional buildings and materials.“The house, while extensively renovated over the years, had a modest …

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