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Jumeirah Vittaveli is a brand new Resort developed by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts that opened earlier this month.

Located in the Maldives, the resort has 91 villas and suites, each with its own private pool, private massage room, direct beach or lagoon access, and more.

An expansive 8,600 square foot presidential suite offers three bedrooms, two private swimming pools and a deck with outdoor seating, shower and spa.



Unforgettable experiences are the result of this perfect blend of spectacular beauty and gracious hospitality, where guests capture the essence of opulence in its most essential form. Impeccable choice, seamless service and unadulterated pleasure shape the character of this resort paradise, where every detail has been meticulously crafted to inspire journeys of discovery and enjoyment.


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This apartment, located on the island of Lilla Essingen in Stockholm, Sweden, boasts of stunning views over the surrounding canals.



Photos courtesy of Skeppsholmen


The apartment measures 77 m2 (830 square feet) + a 30 m2 (320 square feet) terrace, and consists of three rooms and a kitchen. This is an apartment flooded in light streaming in from high windows and terrace doors, from morning to evening. This very trendy three room and kitchen apartment has an open layout, and the full window wall facing the water creates lovely light throughout the apartment.

The kitchen furnishings are stainless steel, and include a professional restaurant kitchen. There is built-in LED lighting above the customized counter, which is also made of stainless steel, to increase the professional kitchen look. The cabinetry has no handles, but rather the elegant soft close function.


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The “Elle Maison” is a private house in Geneve (Switzerland) outskirts. It’s located on an medium high plateau from which you can enjoy the view of the city and of the lake. The whole lot has an area of 830 square meters with an area destined to the building of 247 square meters.



The plan is oriented north-south but the facade of the building moves on different axis. Starting from a central block the house has a performance offset as the lay of the land. The build is developed on three levels, the first and the second floor to be lived in, the basement floor is designed as a garage with two parking spaces.

The first level is dedicated to the living area with the kitchen, the living room, a bathroom and a guest room, while the upper floor is dedicated to the sleeping zone with a main bedroom with bathroom and cloak room and a studio. The different levels are linked by a concrete stair, paved by white glossy Quartzite stones, in an unique open space from the entrance to the roof. In this area a fireplace welcomes family’s guests.


Photography by Andrea Martiradonna

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Home style influences from Scandinavia and Asia meld wonderfully together as they have the same relaxing and serene ideal in mind. The simplicity of this mix works in homes of all sizes but is a particularly great choice if you have a modestly sized place.

The small footprint of the home will benefit from the feeling of balance and calm that this interior style brings in its smooth textures, crisp geometrics, cohesive colour palettes, neat statement lighting, natural accents and quirky accessories. Take a look through these five inspirational small modern apartment designs for ideas on how to bring a little Asian and Scandinavian aesthetic into your space.




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Portuguese Villa AH

Nestled in some greenery in Almancil, Portugal sits the stunning Villa AH. This beautiful new dwelling was created by CORE Architects according to its owners very own designs, with the goal of bringing a true housing dream that was years in the making to life.


At the same time, designers wanted to avoid building a dark fortress; they expressly maintained the goal of letting as much stunningly bright natural Algarvian light flood into every single room. This goal helped bolster the stunning view provided by the chosen plot’s vantage point, giving dwellers constant sight of the ocean.



Perhaps one of the best features of the house is the way that the primary materials used in the structure, as well as most of the decor and furnishings, were all locally sourced. In order to build this owner’s dream, designers were able to support the local economy and pour their money back into the area. This, in combination with a decor aesthetic that suits the home’s immediate location and respects local traditions, makes the whole space feel authentic and, indeed, dreamlike.

Photos by Alexander Bogorodskiy


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Studio 30 Architects

In a lovely little suburban village in the united Kingdom, creative designers at Studio 30 Architects have renovated and revitalized and old Victorian building and is accompanying coach house into a stunning contemporary home that’s perfect for a growing modern family.


In order to create a modern family home without interrupting the visual fabric of the street and taking away the history that the house offers, designers chose to keep certain elements as close to their original state as possible, so long as doing so was practical. For example, rather than simply replacing the floor boards outright, teams chose to lift them, install modern floor heating, re-oil them, and settle them back in place more solidly than they sat before. 

Elements like this created a certain dialogue between the modern adaptation and the building’s unique history.


Photos by Salt Productions

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Amidst, the bustling streets of Toronto, Canada, StudioAC has created a contemporary apartment that is nothing short of darling. The Candy Loft is the perfect space for anyone whose tastes fall somewhere between cutesy and sophisticated.


Upon entering the apartment, visitors experience an entrance space that, besides welcoming friends and family, serves to provide more private spaces in the home a bit of delineation, away from the front door. The aim of this corridor was explicitly to buffer the owner’s living spaces from the rest of the building outside its limits.



Photos by Jeremie Warshafsky

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