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Located 160km northeast of London, Norwich is a historic city with about 150,000 inhabitants that houses the new home of a couple of clients of the brazilian architect Julliana Camargo. The clients decided to face a new phase in English lands.
Project name
Norwich House
Architecture firm
Studio Julliana Camargo, Thiago Natal
Location
Norwich, England
Photography
Nick Guttridge
An ancient barrel-vaulted workshop hides under the dust of history along one of the oldest trade streets of Bolzano. noa* network of architecture breathes new life into this space, transforming it into a welcoming bistro poised between historical heritage and contemporary finesse.
Project name
Bogen
Architecture firm
noa* network of architecture
Location
Via Dr. Josef Streiter, 31, Bolzano, Italy
Photography
Alex Filz
Owen and Tom, a young professional couple, engaged Sandbox Studio to transform their rundown Victorian terrace in Paddington, Sydney, into a modern home, while restoring its heritage character. We designed a minimalist alteration and addition, increasing the space and light without overdeveloping the site.
Project name
Paddo Terrace
Architecture firm
Sandbox Studio®
Location
Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Katherine Lu
Located at the edge of a heavily wooded 3-acre plot in East Hampton, New York, The C+S house is a complete redesign and renovation of an existing 1970’s era residence and serves as a retreat for the Manhattan based clients; a graphic designer, and an art consultant and curator.
Project name
C+S House
Architecture firm
AE Superlab
Location
East Hampton, New York, USA
Photography
AE Superlab
Renovation of a protected farm’ annex dating from the 19th century located in Montagny-les-Monts in Fribourg township. This village is part of a region that was long known for its tobacco growing.
Project name
La Tabatière
Architecture firm
Noue Studio
Location
1774 Montagny-les-Monts, Switzerland
Photography
Noue Studio
Proving that well-designed home renovations are more cost-effective than moving, the latest home project by Sandbox Studio turns a 2.5-bedroom 1920s bungalow into a light-filled 4-bedroom family home.
Project name
Maison de Famille
Architecture firm
Sandbox Studio®
Location
Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Campaigntrack
Located a few steps from one of the most emblematic avenues of the city of Mérida, Casa Maca is a historic former residence from the Porfiriato era. Visitors are transported to the past, where they are easily captivated by the vitality of the structure’s colors and textures.
Project name
Casa Maca
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, México
Photography
Manolo R. Solís, Tamara Uribe
The rebirth of Villa Hatvany-Lónyay. The villa that was originally designed by Miklós Ybl and built on the Ottoman-age Golden Bastion has been entirely renewed. After the Hatvany-Lónyay era the SS used the building as a casino but later it was completely demolished in a bombing raid.
Project name
Villa Hatvany-Lónyay
Architecture firm
BORD Architectural Studio
Location
Buda Castle, Budapest, Hungary
Photography
Tamás Bujnovszky