What happens when rational, Modernist architecture puts down roots in a lush, tropical setting? Concrete Jungle, a new book by gestalten, explores locations across Asia and the world to find some of the most visionary residential adaptations of an international style to distinct local settings.
Through fusing restraint and a honed eye, Williams Burton Leopardi rearticulates a confused 1990s home to engage with its intended Modernist principles, while opening embracing its enviable view.
A simple, unadorned exterior to Palm Avenue in India belies the depth of thought that went into this multi-generational house by Architecture Discipline.
Exclusive to James Richardson, rD by Ross Didier is a new range of furniture borrowing design cues from the mid-century Melbourne tramway and turning it into utilitarian luxury.