The paradox of House Under Shadows is that in creating sporadic darkness, the building in fact also does the opposite – it shapes light.
Adam Kane Architects responds to a rural site with a heightened understanding of the natural setting, optimising its location across from the Daylesford Botanic Gardens.
Following a significant renovation, this 1960s walk-up on Moulmein Road, Singapore, is now an airy and elegant home, perfect for life in the present day.
The latest residential project from Studio IAAD is both discreet and majestic. A dichotomy of styles that nevertheless blends together perfectly to pay homage to the client and a stellar collection of art.
An art collection is deeply personal. Built gradually over time, it lends insights into what the collector finds appealing and the tone of life they want to lead. What better place for Decus Interiors to begin conceptualising Coastal Home than with the client’s art?