House in Koamicho by Suppose Design Office | Dezeen
Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a house in Hiroshima, Japan, where residents move between rooms through covered courtyards. Called House in Koamicho, the two-storey residence is situated on a long narrow plot. Two glazed spaces between rooms are planted with small trees and break up the succession of rooms, affording glimpses of the
Naman Pure Spa — MIA Design Studio
Architecture-, Interior- and Landscape design consultant specialised in Hospitality and Residential Projects. MIA is an innovative Master planning, Architecture - and Interior design studio in Asia and was founded by three diverse individuals; Manh Nguyen Hoang, Steven Baeteman and Bao Bui Hoang. The company was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2003 and expanded in 2009 to Bali, Indonesia. Presently MIA employs 40 regular members of staff, among which are architects, landscape…
Casa Grecia by Isay Weinfeld | Dezeen
Slideshow: a mysterious orange door on a suburban São Paulo street leads to a dream house and gardens designed by architect Isay Weinfeld. The house includes a cinema, wide outdoor patios for entertaining and a swimming pool running the length of the garden. The four boxy shapes that make up the house are each finished in a
House in Nishimikuni by Arbol Design
House in Nishimikuni by Arbol Design with cedar-clad walls and a garden that snakes between the rooms in Osaka, Japan.