Architect Giovanna Cornelio has a talent for seeing beauty in unusual places. She turns eyesores into luxury apartments.
Dorota and Mariusz Szlachcic are architects in the Polish city of Wrocław. They now live in a dream-home that they designed themselves -- in a park that's just 15 minutes from the historical city center.
When Anna Gunnarsdóttir remodeled her bungalow near Rejkjavik, she opted to preserve its concrete exterior. The living space has big windows, and the garden features a typical Icelandic thermal bath.
Milan is a center for design. So it’s fitting for architect Giovanna Cornelio to live in a breathtakingly beautiful luxury apartment. What’s surprising is that it’s in a 1950s eyesore whose interior she’s redesigned.
Jakob Bruntse and Johan Homgren had a weekend home built near Stockholm in the shape of a triangle, inspired by the surrounding grounds. The main room has glass walls almost all the way around.
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