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NewsNews • 23 Feb 2021

Minimalist Logan Pavilion designed to evolve over time

Located on a sagebrush plain north of Jackson, Wyoming, Logan Pavilion is a timeless and minimalist home designed to integrate with the landscape and meet the evolving needs of an architect’s family. Kevin Scott Originally constructed by Eric Logan, Design Principal at CLB Architects, on a tight budget and four-month construction schedule the home draws from the vernacular of the hay shed. The gabled roof is held up on tall columns, a symbol of shelter on the open plains and exterior materials such as rusted sheet steel were selected for their ability to weather gracefully and blend in with the landscape. Oiled Masonite wall panelling and oiled concrete floors were selected as economical interior finishing solutions that emphasi... More

Project • By IN-EXPATHousing

The Loft Box

With a clean, white interior, the Loft Box is a minimalist's dream come true that goes beyond the conventional floor plan. While simplicity reigns in this home, a complex configuration of spaces ensure it’s bright and spacious inside out. False ceilings were removed in favour of a double-volume loft space, bringing fresh air and diffused light into the interior. More

Project • By Comelite Architecture Structure and Interior DesignApartments

Small Apartment Renovation

This 88 square meter Small-Apartment Renovation carried out in the Flemish region of Belgium is an excellent example of contemporary modernism. The tall ceilings, all-white backdrop and neutral accents provide a fine blend of classy sophistication and style. The curated furniture and decor are incredibly trendy, while the open floor plan provides excellent circulation. Bold artwork has been selected to accentuate the austere white ambiance and an intimate terrace carries the same vibe outdoors. More

Project • By European HomeArt Galleries

Bateman's Row with Ergofocus Suspended Fireplace

Read the full story on the European Home blog. Theis and Khan is a London-based architecture group that designs everything from churches to shops, art galleries to health centers, offices to housing developments and more. One of their recent works was an expansive mixed-use building: 3 floors of commercial space with 4 residential units above. As it turns out, the exacting clients for this particular space were themselves. This project, known as Bateman’s Row, accommodates Theis and Khan’s office space, an art gallery and their family home in the units above. This design made the most of a restricted urban site, creating a contextual building within the busy cityscape. The interior uses elements of exposed concrete ceili... More

Project • By European HomeResidential Landscape

Victorian / Minimalist with Trisore 140 Fireplace

Read the full story on the European Home blog.Both Liraz and Raz spent their younger years in the Israeli Military where they first met. Following their years of service, they spent the next eight months traveling. With time spent in Peru, Brazil, and all throughout South America, they eventually made their way over to the States. After a whirlwind of traveling for many years, hopping from U.S. city to city and apartment to transient apartment, they were finally ready to settle down with their three young children and find a place to call their own.In Newton, Massachusetts they found a beautiful home overlooking Crystal Lake. Having only two previous owners over the past century, Raz and Liraz were ready to take this traditional home a... More

Project • By CosentinoPrivate Houses

Coco Rocha Kitchen

Supermodel Coco Rocha recently unveiled her newly renovated kitchen at her home in Westchester, New York, just an hour north of Manhattan. Awash in white with bright pops of color, Coco and her husband James Conran designed and managed the entire project to create a space that was both contemporary and family friendly. Rocha explains how much she loves the large open plan kitchen, living and dining space and emphasizes the crucial role of materials in this transformation; “We kept the design simple yet contemporary…Materials were really crucial in bringing the whole look together.” After a total gut-renovation of the 1980s home, the kitchen, living and dining space now open up into one giant 50-foot long room with a wall of windows that... More