Are you ready to create the home of your dreams? Renovating or remodeling a space can feel both exciting and intimidating, but with proper planning and the use of resources, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. One key step in preparing for a home renovation is selecting the perfect furnishings and décor – pieces that will make your house look stunn...
The renovation of this project was based on factors such as enlarging the space through visual continuity between related zones, creating functional filters, legibility and coordination of the project components together, more light in the public zone, and injecting a new spirit into the house.
5th Golestan Alley, Ebrahimi St, Jomhouri Blvd, Tonekabon, Iran
Did you know that a remodeled kitchen can net you an ROI of nearly 54%? Learn more about the three rooms in your house that deserve renovations.
Thrilled with the beach town location of their summer house in the Los Angeles area, but not with its loud ’90s-era architecture, a family of four approached Blue Truck Studio with a directive — tone it down. What they had: a house with wild geometry, such as octagon-shaped rooms and triangular spaces.
30th Street House
Blue Truck Studio
Manhattan Beach, California, USA
A second chance for the renowned "ice house". This house is a perfect example of how architecture not only creates a home, but also shape communities for the better.
Mi Design Studio
Palm Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Cam Murchison, May Photography, Villa Styling
Although upgrading a house can be fun and exciting, tackling the post-renovation mess can be hectic. No matter how organized the renovation process is, dirt, dust, and debris are bound to be left over. That said, if handled properly, post-reno cleanup can be a breezy exercise.
MXMA Architecture & Design completed a renovation of the Prince Philip house, a typical 1960s house that had already been enhanced by a contemporary addition. The main challenge of this project was to blend the architectural languages of two different eras in order to create a coherent, elegant, and well-integrated ensemble in its environment.
MXMA Architecture & Design
Outremont, Quebec, Canada
Charmed by the ever-so-popular typology of the A-frame cottage, the new owners of this 1950’s property aspired to renovate and revitalize the cottage into a 21st century home. Located in the Eastern Townships, near Montréal, this unique structure sits on an evergreen forest, nearly touching the water on its breathtaking waterplane.
Matière Première Architecture