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Gallery of The Hill House / AR Design Studio - 1

Gallery of The Hill House / AR Design Studio - 1

Galería de Casa de la Colina / AR Design Studio - 8

Galería de Casa de la Colina / AR Design Studio - 8

Image 8 of 17 from gallery of The Hill House / AR Design Studio. Photograph by Martin Gardner

I am noticing that a lot of modern kitchens are doing full height cabinets along the back wall, with the only counter space being the center island. I love the way that assists in interactions between work space and social space in the home!

White partitions offer some separation between the three spaces, but are punctured by large openings

Casa Chontay, Lima, Perú - Marina Vella Arquitectura | Urbanismo - © Gonzalo Cáceres D.

Image 3 of 24 from gallery of Chontay House / Marina Vella Arquitectos. Photograph by Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart

The Hill House by AR Design Studio

AR Design Studio adds glazed extensions to house in England

Glamorous and exciting architecture inspiration. See more luxurious interior design details at luxxu.net

Nothing beats large windows. Notariaat by Belgian architects Atelier Vens Vanbelle. / large windows to be considered for final design. an inviting feature of a space that attract people to the inside

Folding Box by sculp[IT]architects (3)

Folding Box by sculp[IT]architects

Brick and concrete house

MM++ Architects replaces the old walls of a Vietnam house with red bricks and pivoting glass

Architecture & Interior Design | #1166

Architecture & Interior Design

Emerald Bluffs House, the latest offering by New Zealand's RTA Studio, is burrowed into the idyllic landscape just outside of Lake Wanaka in the country's Central Otago region. Take an interactive tour of Emerald Bluffs House The scenic location was pa.

While renovating the detached Rock Creek House property, the architects removed ornamentation from the brick facades and extended the walls upward to create a larger attic space.

Image 28 of 43 from gallery of Rock Creek House / NADAAA. Photograph by John Horner