Angular brick volumes form nArchitects’ Equal Rights Heritage Center in New York


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Equal Rights Heritage Center by nArchitects


Three red brickwork volumes form this cultural centre in New York, which Brooklyn-based studio nArchitects designed to commemorate the state’s fight for social equality. Read more


Angular brick volumes form nArchitects’ Equal Rights Heritage Center in New York


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Equal Rights Heritage Center by nArchitects


Three red brickwork volumes form this cultural centre in New York, which Brooklyn-based studio nArchitects designed to commemorate the state’s fight for social equality. Read more


Plywood features in Montreal house renovation and extension by Naturehumaine


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Des Erables by Naturehumaine


Architecture studio Naturehumaine has designed a minimal plywood stair with a children’s play nook for this house in Montreal, as part of its renovation and extension. Read more


Taller Paralelo turns abandoned Mexico City building into Cachai House


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Cachai House by Taller Paralelo


Architecture studio Taller Paralelo has overhauled an abandoned building in Mexico City to create this residence, which is arranged around a courtyard with a reflective pool. Read more


Faceted volumes surround courtyard at FreelandBuck’s Second House


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Second House by FreelandBuck


This house in Los Angeles by US architecture firm FreelandBuck comprises a series of volumes with steeply pitched tops, which draw on the roofscape of its neighbour. Read more


Faceted volumes surround courtyard at FreelandBuck’s Second House


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Second House by FreelandBuck


This house in Los Angeles by US architecture firm FreelandBuck comprises a series of volumes with steeply pitched tops, which draw on the roofscape of its neighbour. Read more


“Precarious tents” inform Casa Lluvia in rural Chile by Equipo Cazu Zeger


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LLU House by Equipo Cazú Zegers


Santiago studio Equipo Cazu Zegers took cues from temporary shelters used by lumberjacks when designing this isolated retreat in southern Chile. Read more


Brazilian house Jardim do Sol sits atop garage for owner’s antique cars


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Jardim do Sol house by Hype Studio


A glass-bottomed pool forms a massive window to the concrete garage underneath this home in Brazil’s Porto Alegre, designed by locally based Hype Studio, where over 40 antique cars can be stored. Read more


Marvel Architects completes cedar-clad retreat on Long Island’s Peconic Bay


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Red Creek Road Residence by Marvel Architects

An opening cuts through this Hamptons residence by Marvel Architects, revealing an infinity pool and Peconic Bay beyond when viewed from the driveway. Read more

New Public Hydrant would let New Yorkers drink from city water mains


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New Public Hydrant by Agency-Agency and Chris Woebken

New York designers Agency-Agency and Chris Woebken have created a series of bright blue plumbing fixtures that could turn the city’s fire hydrants into public drinking fountains or showers. Read more

Atelier Pierre Thibault completes shed-like guesthouse in Quebec gardens


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Résidence des stagiaires by Pierre Thibault

Matching wooden walls, floors and furnishings blend together inside this pair of gabled buildings, designed by Canadian studio Atelier Pierre Thibault to offer communal accommodation for visitors to a Quebec nature reserve. Read more

Waterfall cascades from Costa Rica beach retreat by LSD Architects


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Waterfall house by LSD Architects

This beachfront retreat in Costa Rica, by local studio Laboratory Sustaining Design, includes a waterfall that flows between the outdoor pools stepped down its steep site. Read more

Brickwork fronts slender East Harlem residential building by Robert Marino and Leehong Kim


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East Harlem housing by Robert Marino Architects and Leehong Kim

Windows are recessed into the pink brick facade of this residential building, which New York architects Robert Marino and Leehong Kim have designed for a slender plot in Upper Manhattan. Read more

Worrell Yeung updates apartment in former Manhattan hotel with “classic materials”


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NoMad Loft by Worrell Yeung

New York studio Worrell Yeung has overhauled an awkwardly shaped apartment inside a landmarked hotel in the city, adding decorative marble and brass to reference its history, and a curved plaster hallway to clean up the layout. Read more

Gonzalez Moix designs Biblioteca Sur community library in Lima


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Community Library in La Molina by Gonzalez Moix Arquitectura

A library by Gonzalez Moix Arquitectura is the latest addition to a cultural complex in the residential district of La Molina, Peru, which also includes a plaza, school, and public park. Read more

Main Office staggers Casa LT down lush slope in Mexican surf village


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Casa LT by Main Office

Architecture firm Main Office has extended and renovated a residence in a Mexican surfing town to nestle among trees, plantains and ferns on a steep slope overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Read more

Black extension by Hatem + D and Étienne Bernier contrasts pale-brick Quebec City home


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Residence La Salle by Hatem+D + Etienne Bernier Architecte

Quebec City studios Hatem + D and Étienne Bernier have given a 20th-century residence a new life, by refurbishing the existing building and adding a small extension to the back yard. Read more

Cliff House in Idaho steps down a granite slope to a lake


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Cliff House by McCall Design and Planning

This waterfront property by US studio McCall Design and Planning is built into rugged granite boulders that face Idaho‘s Payette Lake. Read more

Neumann Monson completes shared building for Des Moines municipal services


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Des Moines Municipal Services Center by Neumann Monson Architects

Neumann Monson Architects has designed a municipal services building for the city of Des Moines, to consolidate its various departments and facilitate collaboration. Read more

Deborah Berke Partners completes low-slung black residence in Connecticut


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Sackett Hill House by Deborah Berke and Partners

This low-slung residence in rural Connecticut, completed by New York firm Deborah Berke Partners, is clad in black siding to blend into the surrounding forest. Read more