The Edit Vol.I with Estudio Horma, Conrad Architects and more

The internet is full of inspiration. Every day I discover beautiful design and inspiring interiors – “The Edit” is home to a wide variety of projects, from architecture to photography to graphic design.

Let’s start Vol. I with the minimalist AVM House by Estudio Horma. The project’s footprint on the ground floor is deformed to embrace a patio that gives meaning to each of its rooms. The geometry of this level maximizes its façade length to extend its relationship with the outside, undoing the traditional limits and thus establishing a new link with it.

AVM House by Estudio Horma

The successive transitions between interior and exterior allow a fluid movement around the plot and an attractive relationship between the void and the sculpted body, which reduces the scale of the exterior and interior spaces of the house.

Text by Estudio Horma, Photography by Mariela Apollonio

Work by Studio Lennarts & De Bruijn, Conrad Architects and Erik-Herrström and more

Entry Hall for a Toorak development featuring Alberto Giacometti by @conradarchitects.
Image by @thirdaesthetic
Identity for Manon de Vlieger designed by Studio Lennarts & De Bruijn
Erik Herrströms identity for Stockholm-founded law firm Björkhem
Drawn Chair by &tradition
Pyramid House by DF_DC Architects, Photography by Simone Bossi

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