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Located in Montpellier, a historic city near the south of France on the Mediterranean Sea, “I Park” is a housing project with a plant-covered facade that catches the eye even from afar. Developed across the street from the city’s

As one of the few places to where we can safely retreat, green spaces have gained a new significance during the pandemic. While some countries are already well ahead of the curve in ensuring that a minimum of green

A clashing mix of pea-green walls, leopard-print furnishings and candy-striped beds feature in this hotel that British designer Luke Edward Hall has completed in Paris . Hotel Les Deux Gares is tucked down a narrow street in Paris' 10th

Absolutely all walls of this Swedish apartment are green – an unusual and bold, but very effective design solution. The irregular layout makes this housing even more special, as the rooms are not square, but of complex, uneven shapes.

Kitchen trends come and go. For a while, homeowners favored a gleaming white, sparkling-yet-sometimes-sterile blank canvas of Carrara marble countertops and slick subway tiles. More recently, we saw the rise of that fad’s polar opposite—the black kitchen . But

Small, simple, elegant and contemporary brick apartment blocks, that suit their surroundings and have easy access to green space and amenities, are being held up as the best examples of residential design and construction in the New London Awards

This photo series is designed to give you some coffee-break inspiration. Take five minutes for yourself and enjoy browsing these enviable spaces to get ideas for your own home. Yellow can be a foil for cool shades of grey,

Rising in Docklands beside ExCeL exhibition centre is The Botanist, the latest phase of the new 796-home Royal Eden Docks neighbourhood that seeks to “incorporate nature in its architecture”. Green credentials of this E16 location are enhanced by communal

Covid-19 lockdown has got Londoners craving fresh air, wide-open spaces and nearness to nature. However, this trinity of needs is not always satisfied by green space. There are home buyers who find greater peace by the waterside — walking

snøhetta has completed a timber office building for ASI reisen, an international trekking and adventure travel company. located in natters, just south of innsbruck, austria , the four-story building is surrounded by a lush exterior. this ‘green curtain’ is

Unsung Alperton in the borough of Brent has such a low profile that most Londoners have not heard of the place. Fans of The Who rock band will know that the late drummer Keith Moon grew up there, while

International flair meets Swiss technology in house with stunning glass walls, unique olive trees, and views of Lake Geneva and the Alps Photos by Elisabeth Fransdonk (http://www.emo-photo.com/), copyright of Naef Prestige Knight Frank/Agence Nyon. Additional photos by Radek Brunecky. Lovers of spectacular design

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