In a quiet Queenstown neighbourhood, a family house by RT+Q Architects defies the disadvantages of its site and poses creative solutions to bring light and air into its interior spaces. Olha Romaniuk writes.
RT+Q Architects bring light, space and a family together in a semi-detached residence that makes the most of its site. Olha Romaniuk writes.
Architology introduces quiet drama to a family apartment home while fulfilling the objective to create both a family home and a master suite for two. Yvonne Xu writes.
In downtown Tokyo, a renovated apartment designed by Masatoshi Hirai Architects Atelier features an open living space for a family of four to spend more time together. Joanna Kawecki writes.
In this modest apartment, spatial zones dissolve into one another to adapt to the lifestyle of a bachelorette.
This home by K2LD Architects plays with internal scale to make the most of sweeping views across Melbourne.
This minimalist apartment in a vibrant Hong Kong neighbourhood invites its occupants to immerse themselves in the local environment. Rik Glauert writes.
See how the Five To One apartment in Manhattan, New York maximises a modest floor plate with several different spatial configurations. Stephanie Peh writes.
Located in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, the SS3 House possesses generous spatial volumes conveyed with raw materials that backdrop a vast collection of memorabilia, creating a homely atmosphere for a family spanning three generations. Stephanie Peh writes.
Situated on a tight plot of land, the Conformable Minimax House reflects the calm and pleasant atmosphere of its mountainous location in West Java, Indonesia with an honest take on materiality and a stripped-down aesthetic.
Amid the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong’s city centre, Liquid Interiors has designed a smart and eco-friendly home for a pilot in search of a little peace and quiet. Sylvia Chan writes.