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Hoxton Square Loft

Housed in a former upholstery factory, the Hoxton Square Loft uses a mix of existing and custom elements to preserve its industrial heritage. The interior retains the authenticity of the building with exposed brickwork, original wood floors, and vintage radiators. Continuing this salvaged aesthetic, cabinets made from reclaimed floorboards create a linear kitchen in the open living area, while honed marble countertops, brass fixtures, and a temperature-controlled pantry add a subtle sense of luxury. While the bedrooms mainly step away from their factory roots with blue tongue and groove paneling, sisal flooring, and velvet window treatments, pieces of the past remain in a wardrobe made from an old elevator shaft and reclaimed quarry tile.

Photos: Rory Gardener / Mark Lewis Interior Design

  • Maui Clifftop House

    Composed of a series of mini houses, the Maui Clifftop House adopts a U-shaped design to expose every room to the ocean views. Each private unit is made of a bedroom and bathroom, connected by a central kitchen and dining area. The interior complements its natural seaside setting with a palette of stucco and bamboo plywood on the walls, floors, and ceilings. Externally, the folded pattern of the roof not only works with the climate's harsh winds and extreme sun but also helps the home's weathered wooden facade fade into the rocky landscape. Its oversized design creates double the living space with covered outdoor areas while acting as a wooden sky deck with some of the most stunning views on the island's northern coast.

    Photos: Cristobal Palma / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti

  • Montebar Villa

    Perched on the edge of the Swiss Alps, the Montebar Villa uses its exterior facade and contoured form to blend into its mountainous setting. To abide by local restrictions, the design started with a dark gray pitched roof, leading to its current single-material exterior of porcelain stoneware tiles. Each tile was meticulously designed and placed to the exterior walls, six-sided roof, and custom shutters for a seamless boulder-like cladding that gets lost in the landscape. In contrast to its monolithic facade, a glazed south-facing wall bathes the interior with natural light and provides views of the vineyards and valley below.

    Photos: Jacopo Mascheroni / JM Architecture