We visit a Herne Bay home with a honeyed glow and a sweet-sounding past, transformed by Verso Architecture + Interiors.
This home is at ease within the rugged nature of Queenstown’s Jack’s Point.
This former factory has been transformed into a spacious family home, a sports car repository and an equine genetics laboratory.
Dreams of living in a tree house culminated in this Costa Rican vacation spot, dripping in verdure.
Set within a brazen, nonconformist building of 11 bespoke apartments, this abode fittingly offers an edge to Melbourne’s bohemian suburb.
When day becomes night, the true colours of this Mexican home come out to play.
Ancestry, an indie-rock song and an innate desire to keep one’s family safe make this Auckland home unique and truly welcoming.
This wonderland of bold moves and blue-chip artworks is a paean to taste on the Portuguese coast.
The brief for this Sydney apartment called for a concrete box… the result, surprisingly, is a warm and inviting gem.
With a clear mandate to be elegant, yet passive, Queenstown’s Team Green Architects has delivered a home that is powerful in many respects.
This not-so-small Manhattan apartment is a delightful example of the magic that colour can bring to a previously dark enclosure.
This small space is home to an emergency doctor, Albóndiga (Meatball, his pet bulldog) and a large collection of pot plants.
This compact home is full of designer furniture and surrounded by a landscape of lakes and forests.
This generous apartment packs a lot of living into a relatively small area, and does so with refined Italian style.
This tiny Spanish apartment oozes colour, graphic flair and personality while residing a stone’s throw away from the Sagrada Familia.
It is high and low brow, quotes modernism and pop culture, and is functional yet intensely sculptural. Yet, best of all… it is tonnes of fun.
Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, this home on a hill of Auckland’s North Shore is steeped in family history and luscious detail.
The renovation of this Mount Albert house champions balance, tactility and the gentle power of detail.
Concrete and timber join forces in this house to offer a visual and physical experience that is close to architectural magic.
This apartment bridges three buildings from two different centuries through impeccable décor and a hefty comic book collection.
A couple and their extended family share a home made up of two houses that are separate yet delightfully stitched together.
A language of movement is expressed here: as if shaped by the wind, the sun and the ways in which it is used and moved through.
Three generations of Bauhaus-influenced artists grace this hillside home.
A Tutukaka home was born from a simple yet idyllic brief: to recapture the relaxed feeling of endless holidays.
An art studio and underground gallery have been added to this Brazilian modernist-inspired home for a creative couple.
This grand old home exudes a sense of plantation-style luxury: relaxed sunsets and textured, light-filled interiors.
The revamped interiors of this Hamptons holiday home retain the sense of sophistication for which the area is known.
Built as an upside-down ship’s hull, this home brings the idea of an eternal, maritime summer to a completely different level.
Privacy and community, work and play, contemplation and collaboration are all themes explored in this 1887 German villa.
Though not exactly a house, the residential world can learn a lot from the luxury lodge’s ‘blend into nature’ attitude.
With sparkling waters on one side and lush mountains on the other, this house is the stuff tropical dreams are made of.
One of the fastest-rising stars in the European industrial design galaxy invited Novelnyt to tour her Rotterdam home.
This Auckland villa was renovated with the hope of maximising the social and entertainment potential of its garden area.
This home in Melbourne’s Barrington blurs the spatial boundaries between inside and out.
Mosman House draws the eye to the celebrated view while inspiring a tactile connection to the interior of the house.
Strict heritage protections did not stop this villa from becoming somewhat of a rebel among its neighbours.
A sprawling 16th-century Swiss house near Lake Lugano pays homage to two eras and to the couple that has restored it.
These two tiny cabins inspire slow living and back-to-nature retreats during the warmer months.
A Parisian Passive House, an Arrowtown abode and a home with an alpine view: three houses which were designed to be kind.
An award-winning musician and his partner team up with an up-and-coming young designer to build a fresh and vibrant home.