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International Projects

  • sincerely austere

    How does one insert ultramodern living spaces into a former industrial military building? Acanthus Ferguson Mann Architects of Bristol, England, accomplished it with a kitchen and bath retrofit that's bold enough to hold its own inside the heavyweight building, yet is also sleek and translucent.

     
  • inside and out in africa

    Architects all over the world strive to establish a strong indoor-outdoor connection in their work. But a 12,863-square-foot lodge in South Africa by Los Angeles-based DRY Design takes the idea of living with nature even further than most.

     
  • grape expectations

    around the world in four very different houses.

     
  • watership down under

    around the world in four very different houses.

     
  • school of rock

    around the world in four very different houses.

     
  • domain in spain

    around the world in four very different houses.

     
  • austerity powers

    Normally, Kogan would have extended the rich wood floors from the rest of the house into the master bathroom, “but in this case,” he says, “the clients wanted sterile and extreme.” What they got was a polished, durable oasis of white Brazilian marble that nearly blankets the room without...

     
  • brazilia familiar

    São Paulo, Brazil, native Márcio Kogan loves the cacophony of his hometown. The spirit of diversity that permeates this South American city allows the architect to peddle his unabashedly modern designs without fear of offending anyone. In fact, not a single eyebrow is raised (except in admiration)...

     
  • on the boards / tropical modern

    At first glance, this minimalist house in Juba, Sudan, looks like it could slip into any design-conscious Los Angeles neighborhood. But its boxy volumes, open-air courtyards, and natural materials are designed for a very different cultural context.

     
  • green dream

    In the workaday world, creative architects are limited by such prosaic matters as clients' tastes and budgets.

     
 
 
 
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