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Surprises lurk beyond the original façade of this Remuera bungalow. Like a well kept secret, a renovated bungalow hides a black steel and glass addition from the street. Hot House, Window Frames, Bungalow, Facade, Stairs, Wellness, 1930s, Black And White, The Originals

Well connected

Like a well kept secret, a renovated 1930s bungalow hides a black steel and glass addition from the street.

L: The rear of the house features modern black steel joinery, glazing and a large deck. R: The floating American oak stairs contrasts visually against the shuttered concrete wall. White House Architecture, Architecture Design, Plan New York, Brown Leather Chairs, Harris House, Oak Stairs, Hot House, Design Apartment, Timber Deck

Well connected

Like a well kept secret, a renovated 1930s bungalow hides a black steel and glass addition from the street.

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast. Puerto Rico, Warner Studios, Hot House, Caribbean, Beach House, House Design, Luxury, Architecture, Foyer

The legend of El Dorado

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast.

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast. Hot House, Puerto Rico, Greenery, Caribbean, Beach House, Mansions, Luxury, Architecture, House Styles

The legend of El Dorado

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast.

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast. Hot House, Glass Boxes, Puerto Ricans, Open Up, Windows And Doors, Caribbean, Beach House, The Originals, Luxury

The legend of El Dorado

The home of Puerto Rico’s leading luxury residential developer is a fitting gem on the Caribbean coast.

This holiday home in the Hawke’s Bay is equal parts relaxation, art gallery, viewing platform and a subtle homage to Palm Springs. The Pony Club, Ceiling Shelves, Florence Broadhurst, Hot House, Island Bench, The Day Will Come, Mid Century Style, Cladding, Palm Springs

Modernist horizon

This holiday home in the Hawke’s Bay is equal parts relaxation, art gallery, viewing platform and a subtle homage to Palm Springs.

Shadows fall on the spectacular rough-sawn timber façade that rises from a white gravel courtyard. Standing at the entrance portico, its verticality hides the gentle hip roof and mountainous scene behind it. White Gravel, Sawn Timber, Hot House, Hip Roof, Palm Springs, Facade, Entrance, New Homes, Exterior

Modernist horizon

This holiday home in the Hawke’s Bay is equal parts relaxation, art gallery, viewing platform and a subtle homage to Palm Springs.

Bord-du-Lac Residence by Henri Cleinge, architect in Dorval … – Stone House Architecture Extension, Architecture Résidentielle, Contemporary Architecture, Contemporary Interior, Melbourne Architecture, Design Exterior, Interior Exterior, Old Stone Houses, Old Houses

Hot House: Chemin Bord du Lac

A multi-generational home extension in Quebec uses contemporary flair to build on the past.

This Auckland home is a cabinet of curiosities filled to the rafters with meticulous design and well-curated art. Auckland, Concrete Houses, Concrete Walls, Crazy Paving, Hot House, Dark Wood Stain, House Layouts, Modern Architecture, Sweet Home

Wunderkammer

This Auckland home is a cabinet of curiosities filled to the rafters with meticulous design and well-curated art.

A-frame chalet nestled in the woods by la SHED architecture Quebec, La Shed Architecture, Chalet Design, Hot House, Getaway Cabins, Glass Facades, Of Montreal, Modern Cottage, Architect Design

Lakeside sojourns

This chalet beside a Canadian lake is built for relaxation, socialising and unabashed communion with nature.

A-frame chalet nestled in the woods by la SHED architecture Quebec, La Shed Architecture, Chalet Design, Hot House, Getaway Cabins, Glass Facades, Of Montreal, Modern Cottage, Architect Design

Lakeside sojourns

This chalet beside a Canadian lake is built for relaxation, socialising and unabashed communion with nature.

Theatricality, robustness and confident pride of place make this Waiheke home a true head-turner. Hot House, Confident, Concrete, Exterior, Windows, Architecture, Places, Buildings, Pride

Hilltop stage

Theatricality, robustness and confident pride of place make this Waiheke home a true head-turner.

OHLAB team realizes eco-house in mallorca, spain World Architecture Festival, Green Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Piscina Interior, Madrid, Journal Du Design, Hot House, Best Architects, Concrete Houses

Hot House: MM House

The interior of the 2016 House of the Year at the World Architecture Festival uses chiselled forms to follow the sun.

Palma de Mallorca, Spain, house was featured at The Annual World Architecture Festival in Berlin, Germany. Architecture Design, World Architecture Festival, Cabinet D Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Hot House, House Names, Passive House, Wallpaper Magazine

Hot House: MM House

The interior of the 2016 House of the Year at the World Architecture Festival uses chiselled forms to follow the sun.

Four angular white volumes form house in Mallorca by Oliver Hernaiz Architecture Lab Architecture Design, World Architecture Festival, Cabinet D Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Architecture Awards, Hot House, Passive House, Spanish House, Eco Friendly House

Hot House: MM House

The interior of the 2016 House of the Year at the World Architecture Festival uses chiselled forms to follow the sun.

Forest & Beach House developed by Troppo Architects. Find all you need to know about Forest & Beach House products and more from Bookmarc. Brisbane Architecture, Australian Architecture, Australian Homes, Residential Architecture, Architecture Design, Conceptual Architecture, Modern Mountain Home, Hot House, Exterior Cladding

Coastal spirit: Beach and Forest House

A home by Troppo Architects in northern New South Wales that is “always forest, always beach, always lighthouse.”