You ready for nothing but gorgeous photos of incredible homes? You better be, because we’ve got an exciting selection coming at you today. We’ve got indoor terrace gardens, giant hanging pendants (similar to ones found here), and a beautifully spekcled terrazzo kitchen for you to drool over. Thank you to Amos Goldreich Architecture, Bijl Architecture, and Borland Architecture, for these stunning projects that we’re sharing with you today.

The bigger the window, the better the view, and this home knows it. These giant floor to ceiling windows make the most of that spectacular countryside view.
We’re absolutely loving the muted palette of this home’s kitchen. Concrete and soft timbers definitely create a relaxed, open, and peaceful vibe.

We’ll never get over how fab a large slab of terrazzo looks – especially when it’s as abundant as the shot above. To have a kitchen with all this much speckled goodness would be an absolute dream!
We’ll say it again – terrazzo is king. Just look at the same space with a soft sunset – there’s so much busyness and chaos, but it’s so calm and relaxed. HOW!?

All we’re going to say is this sofa is large enough to do a full cartwheel across, and for that, We Stan.
This monochromatic kitchen is broken up by that window/splashback featuring what appears to be a gorgeous green-clad wall. What a beautiful backdrop to cook against.

Images 1 – 8: Shoreham House by Borland Architecture, Photography by Fraser Marsden.
Images 9 – 17: A House For A Gardener by Amos Goldreich Architecture, Photography by Ollie Hammick.
Images 14 – 20: Cross Cut House by Bijl Architecture, Photography by Tom Ferguson.