Alemanys 5; Girona, Spain


Situated in the heart of Girona, within the perimeter of the first wall and overlooking Sant Domènec Square, is the apartment Alemanys 5, whose original building dates from the 16th century. The perfect mix between medieval and modern architecture makes this home something special. After restoration the house is divided into a 180 m2 and 100 m2 apartment, which you can rent.

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A New Zealand residence; Wanaka Valley, New Zealand

Hawkebury Estate Farm Managers House, Wanaka, New Zealand

At the base of a windswept slope in the Wanaka Valley in New Zealand lies this amazing 3 bedroom home. The house consists two elements, a private and public space, which are connected with a staircase in de centre. Constructed of a local stone called Gibbston Valley Schist, makes this house part of its surrounding.

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An Intended Mass; Ramat Hasharon, Israel


It’s not the first place where you would look for great caves, but Israel has several hidden beauties. For example this “Intended Mass” in Ramat Hasharon. The central idea was to divide the concrete box with openings and divisions that create different relationships with the closed areas of concrete. The long exterior swimming pool, that looks to come out of the house, contribute to the overall geometry.

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