Set on the shores of Puerto Escondido, Casona Sforza is a restorative escape inspired by ancient traditions.
Exclusively for CB2 (and the child in you), by the clever Italian design team, A/R Studio. Grey/brown gravel asphalt playfully chalked with cream in 100% fine Argentine wool pile.
Reality is achieved with hard twist wool and gabhe dyeing technique, making each unique. Rocks not included. Rug saver recommended.
This green-roofed home by Snegiri Architects bows in deference to the enveloping woodlands.
A Czech designer partners with local stonemasons and carpenters to convert a tattered structure into a boutique guesthouse in the Carpathian Mountains.
To accommodate a young family leaving the city, design firm Stewart-Schafer revamps the kitchen and living areas of an outdated upstate home in just three months.
Listed for the first time in decades, this two-family gem is fitted with exposed brick, exquisite woodwork, and ornamental mantles.
CplusC Architectural Workshop renovates a Sydney residence to celebrate family togetherness and a connection with the natural world.
Moscow-based firm CXEMA references the old quarters Morocco’s cities with vibrant hues and a unique approach to the compact layout.
Urban living gets a splash of color in this new net-zero multifamily building.
Designed by Mexico City–based firm BAAQ', Casa Naila features four pitched-roof volumes that open up to the pristine shores of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca.
Stepping into the holiday home of interior designer Denise Portmans is like visiting her Los Angeles design shop-a revelation in West Coast style.