Apple Bay house has been designed by Wellington-based designers Parsonson Architects. The contemporary property was finished in 2006 and is located in Apple Bay, Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand.
According to the architects the contemporary Marlborough home is used as a holiday house, it sits on a west facing hillside in a bush clad bay in the Marlborough Sounds.
The intention was to create a delicate platform amongst trees for life to unfold. The contemporary Marlborough property is in two parts, each with a fine roof that follows the lie of the land. The upstairs living areas are one large space with decks at each end to enjoy both the morning and afternoon sun. Downstairs bedrooms float amongst the trees with windows opening across the tree tops. Images courtesy of Paul Mcredie.
London and Bath-based architectural practice, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, have designed the new Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design. Based in a refurbished Georgian townhouse complex in Soho, London, just minutes away from Vogue House, the college offers a 10-week and a one-year course relation to the fashion industry.
St. Catherine street in Montreal’s Gay Village is to be handed over to pedestrians for an artistic event now in its fifth consecutive year from May 14 to September 16. The street will open up spaces for creative installations and art exhibitions.