Noho loft occupies a unique location in Manhattan, impacted at the intersection of two alleys, with window exposures into what is effectively the middle of a block. A collection of folk art is envisioned as the foreground texture for a clean modernist interior, inserted into the industrial-quality building envelope of the alley facades of this ornate Landmark building. Visit Abelow Sherman Architects
The Portola Valley Barn is a dynamic space, separate from an existing main residence, designed for large-scale entertaining as well as relaxation. Reminiscent of the tin-roofed, weathered rural vernacular of the picturesque surroundings, the compound comprises three primary structures connected by interstitial entryways containing a kitchen and powder room.
This Tribeca penthouse was modernized by David Howell Design. Description by David Howell Design: Housed in one of New York’s original cast iron façade buildings,...
Situated on a cobblestone street in TriBeCa stands an 1892 building, originally designed by Julius Kastner for a liquor merchant, and later taken over by a pistachio baron.
The Recyclable House was designed and built by Quentin Irvine, Managing Director of Inquire Invent Pty Ltd. Aesthetic inspirations for the house were drawn from iconic Australian galvanised steel wool sheds, hand crafts and industrial.
Javornice Distillery project was completed by ADR, an architectural studio founded by Ales Lapka and Petr Kolar. At the site of the original farmhouse from the...