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An underutilised space with no existing plumbing, and an angled wall. This was the awkward starting point for this now open, flowing bathroom

Three strong gable forms give this home a presence on the land while a vein of stone leads you into and through the home  

With a restful aesthetic emphasising pale blue and marble, this kitchen connects a classic Victorian interior with a modern reinterpretation at the rear

'Don't touch the interior!' ran the rally cry for this renovation where the aesthetic and function of the home's exterior has been fundamentally reconsidered

Winter's coming but that doesn't mean stow the gardening tools. Plant spring bulbs now for a welcoming spring. Here are some suggestions.

This hip Tribeca studio reflects two preoccupations of the owner – collecting works by celebrated artists and enjoying audiophile-quality sounds

Keeping your interior cool in summer is as costly as keeping it warm in winter? Not if you think passive. Discover the three green strategies used here

This deck features a pebbled rooftop area complete with sculpture. The ‘garden’ evokes the natural world without needing watering or weeding

The beachside location was a major drive for this bathroom design. See how a feature corner was created to soak up the scenery from the bathtub. 

This grand home has been subtly transformed. The reworked formal lounge is one of the most elegant spaces, now with great through flow.

New tapware can be a one stroke way to upgrade your bathroom – or help underpin a wider makeover. Here are some tips

Taking a double height slice out of the existing home allowed for a light, open, more approachable interior for this comprehensive makeover