Fabulous originality and inventiveness has gone into the creation of this extraordinary house design. Visualised by UDesign, this house is not only a luxury home but a work of art. From the outside entryway of the home with its dramatically aligned trees to the explosion of colour that awaits behind the door, this unique residence is designed for someone who loves to entertain, to impress, and who revels in the joys and discoveries of art. The tropical landscape also plays a major role within the superb interior, where it taps up against edge-to-edge windows and translates into sculptural indoor plants. The greenery joins a powerful palette of brights that paint energised and uplifting settings throughout.

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Located in a residential area of São Paulo, Brazil, the design concept for this luxury 1280 square metre home all started with the swimming pool. Designed by Matheus Farah + Manoel Maia Arquitetura, this luxurious home design centres around a huge pool that can be seen from the majority of rooms in the house, where the easy indoor-outdoor living style is bestowed. The architecture of Ibsen House was created to facilitate shared moments and connected living by way of impressively large sliding walls, whilst also providing intimate privacy. The home’s most private space is located underground, where special neon lighting and acoustic treatments shape the Redroom, the ultimate party hideaway.

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Smooth microcement decor moulds this interesting home concept with curvaceous walls and a calmly cohesive pale colour scheme. Visualised by Eugene Shkilnyuk, this unusual decor scheme is rooted in an ultra modern realm, although a moment of stone age styling chisels out a unique kitchen island design that straddles majesty and madness. Shaded with heavy black accents, this monochrome home interior holds high contrast living spaces that are emphasised under spectacular round skylights and a modern lighting system that snakes freely across microcement ceilings. The material palette and lighting scheme holds firm in the master bedroom, where we visit a minimalist workspace and an open plan ensuite bathroom.

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While these two distinctive home interiors differ in scale and colour palette, they find common ground in sleek modern decor, industrial accent walls, and open concept bedroom designs. The first of our two featured home designs is a soothing pale grey interior with rugged exposed brickwork and a slatted wall bedroom design directly off the living room. In colourful contrast, our second featured home interior comes alive with teal and bright yellow accent pieces that warm and uplift cool concrete industrial feature walls. A glass wall bedroom design opens up on two sides to fully meld it with the neighbouring lounge and kitchen diner spaces.

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Located in Thevakkal village in the Ernakulam district of Kerala, India, The ‘House That Rains Light’ is a beautiful biophilic home designed by LIJO.RENY.architects. The 274 square metre (2950 square foot) property features sky-lit vertical volumes, landscape voids and strategic fenestration to promote cross ventilation in the hot climate. The open concept construction also creates a unique shared living experience, where family members can remain connected even when in different rooms and on different floors. Huge green walls dramatically wrap around the modern façade to form shaded pergolas over a roof terrace. Multiple courtyards bring nature inside of the home, effectively erasing the exterior boundary.

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