Dezeen’s high 5 homes of December 2022

Dezeen’s high 5 homes of December 2022

Dezeen’s Homes of the month roundup for December encompasses a renovated household house in southern California and a London dwelling clad with cork.

Our new Homes of the month sequence collects 5 of the most well-liked residences featured on Dezeen every month, highlighting present developments in residential structure and serving to designers and householders plan their very own initiatives.

December’s listing features a vacation house in Mexico, a coastal cabin in Sweden and a brick-and-concrete home within the Belgian countryside.

Listed here are Dezeen’s high 5 homes from December 2022:

The exterior of Highgrove House
Photograph by Right here and Now Company

Highgrove Home, USA, by Lorcan O’Herlihy

Nestled amongst a cluster of timber on a Malibu hillside is Highgrove Home, renovated by California architect Lorcan O’Herlihy, founding father of the studio LOHA, alongside together with his spouse Cornelia.

The couple remodeled the uncared for Nineteen Nineties home right into a household residence with mountain views, overlaying the unique fibre-cement siding with a gray wood rain display screen that reduces photo voltaic warmth acquire and emphasises the constructing’s crisp, rectilinear type.

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Villa Petricor
Photograph by César Béjar

Villa Petricor, Mexico, by CO-LAB Design Workplace

A sequence of arched openings are supposed to create a way of fluidity all through Villa Petricor, a vacation house within the seaside city of Tulum.

Mexican studio CO-LAB Design Workplace constructed the concrete home round a number of clusters of timber, looking for to make occupants really feel linked to the plush environment.

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Interior image of an open-plan living area at Cork House
Photograph by Lorenzo Zandri

Cork Home, UK, by Polysmiths

The disruption brought on by the coronavirus lockdowns pressured structure studio Polysmiths to assume past standard constructing supplies similar to concrete, plasterboard and plywood when designing this house in east London.

As a substitute, venture architect, shopper and developer Charles Wu opted for cork panels to clad inside and exterior surfaces, whereas additionally utilizing domestically sourced timber and lime plaster.

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Exterior of House Tjurpannan by HelgessonGonzaga
Photograph by Mikael Olsson

Home Tjurpannan, Sweden, by HelgessonGonzaga

Stockholm studio HelgessonGonzaga coated this darkish timber cabin within the Tjurpannan coastal nature reserve with tar to reference close by boathouses and jetties.

The easy 90-square-metre construction options full-height glazing alongside each of its longer sides, offering the dwelling areas and bed room with double-aspect views of the encircling panorama and entry to sheltered wood terraces.

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Exterior image of House Be
Photograph by Stijn Bollaert

Home Be, Belgium, by A2o architecten

Home Be was designed by Hasselt-based observe A2o architecten to have a “tough however refined” character, because of board-marked concrete and uncovered brickwork.

Set amid a big backyard landscaped by BURO Landschap, the home is comprised of three foremost components – a glazed “backyard room”, a bed room and workplace block and a separate visitor annex, all united by lined paths.

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