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Historical Tel Aviv apartment gets fabulous transformation

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This historical single family apartment originally designed by architect Yosef Berlin in 1925, was recently re-designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects, located in Tel Aviv, Israel. This spacious two level home is comprised of 2,152 square feet (200 square meters) of contemporary living space. From the architects: An historic, neo-classic building in the heart of Tel Aviv originally designed by the […]

Historical preservation of Maison V in Villennes-sur-Seine, France

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Maison V is a major renovation project including an annex pavilion with a swimming pool by Olivier Chabaud Architecte, located in the city of Villennes-sur-Seine, France. Additional additions to the residence includes new furnishings and interior design, a gym, and major overhaul to the gardens. The architect respected the origin of the building with a global […]

Historic home transformation with eclectic interior in London

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This traditional historic home with an eclectic interior was substantially repaired in 2011 by architect and owner Chris Dyson Architects, located in the heart of London, England. The house was bought from a leather coat manufacturer in 1997. The aim at the outset was to concentrate on the building’s history and place in Spitalfields a unique quarter of […]

Abandoned textile factory breathes new life in Katowice, Poland

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An old and abandoned textile factory gained a new life after several months of extensive renovations by Grzegorz Layer Architekt, located in Katowice, Poland. One part of the building was adopted to became a tailor’s workshop and a showroom of Poszetka – men’s fashion producer. The brand’s philosophy assumes providing hand-crafted issues of unique men […]

Enchanting restoration to a historic Scottish Castle

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Dalcross Castle is a classic sandstone Scottish tower house owned by a family of four that was tastefully restored by Maxwell & Company Architects, located near Inverness, Scotland. The castle was originally built in 1620, and the family purchased the dilapidated home in 1996, captivated by the building and its history. The castle was originally […]

Miner’s cottage restoration in Australia: Vintage House Daylesford

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Vintage House Daylesford is an 1860s miner’s cottage that has been completely restored and re-designed by interior designer Kali Cavanagh, located on the border of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs, Victoria, Australia. Surrounded by various established trees, Vintage House Daylesford sits high on almost an acre of land with views over Wombat State Forest and Doctors […]

La Suite Sans Cravate in Belgium by Véronique Bogaert

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La Suite Sans Cravate is an historical house that has been converted by Véronique Bogaert into a luxury guesthouse with four guestrooms, located in Bruges, Belgium. The success of the owner’s restaurant was the inspiration for the guesthouse, and with an expanding family, there was not enough room for them to continue taking up residence […]

Modern conversion of an old Australian workers cottage

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Hamersley Road Residence is the conversion of an early 1900’s Australian workers cottage into a modern family home by Studio53, located in Subiaco, an inner western suburb of Perth, Australia. The external timberwork, moulded plaster, handmade tiles and flannel flower glass of the existing house give the home a distinct arts and crafts aesthetic. The house […]

Redesign of a charming Peranakan shophouse in Singapore

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House at Neil Road celebrates the traditional charm of Peranakan shophouses with the addition of new spaces sensitive to the building’s rich heritage, by ONG&ONG, in the conservation district of Singapore. Akin to traditional shophouses, the spaces are interspersed with courtyards that serve as visual focal points. The original courtyard forms the heart of the […]