Enchanting Beachfront House in Peru by Doblado Arquitectos

Doblado Arquitectos designed this enchanting beachfront house in La Jolla, Peru. Its most distinguishing and stunning feature would have to be the carved out niches between the spaces of the different parts of the house. These are filled with windows that let natural light in and keep the residence private. At night, the home is lit with electric lights that give the whole place a gorgeous feel. [via design-milk]


Lovely Cross Stitch House in Australia by FMD Architects

Ohio-based FMD Architects designed this lovely single storey home in Melbourne, Australia. Description by FMD Architects: The site is a single storey terrace on a small 5m wide block in the inner city of Melbourne. The brief was to create new Living and Dining spaces, relocate the existing kitchen and bathrooms and improve access to natural light in the main living and main bedroom areas. The existing Victorian eastern end of […]


Cozy York Bay Addition by Paul Rolfe Architects

Multi-awarded design practice, Paul Rolfe Architects, has designed this very welcoming residence in York Bay, Wellington, New Zealand. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to occupy the whole place while the wooden walls and floors add more coziness to the home. [via homedsgn]


Lovely Swedish Summer House by Enflo Arkitekter

Enflo Arkitekter, in collaboration with DEVE Architects, has created this lovely summer house located in the serene landscape of Swedish Gotland. What makes the home ultimately relaxing is its wood material along with its slim volume that allows natural light to dominate the whole place. [via thisispaper]


Relaxed Balmain House by Fox Johnston

Young Sydney-based architecture and design practice, Fox Johnston, has designed the Balmain House in Australia. The whole place reverberates a great feeling of warmth as the natural light and ventilation fill the living the spaces. Description by Fox Johnston: “This house was designed to provide simple, functional, generous, private and light-filled living spaces for a young family within the constraints of a small inner city block sandwiched between 14 adjacent […]


Distinctive Korean Residential Complex by OBBA

OBBA, Office for Beyond Boundaries Architecture, has designed a unique residential complex called ‘Beyond the Screen’ in Naebalsan-dong, Seoul. What sets this complex apart from other designs is its brick screen feature to the front and back that allows natural light and ventilation to enter. Photos by  Kyungsub Shin via ignant