Architecture

Curated to feature SATORI & SCOUT’s most refined architecture and home designs to give you inspiration for all your own projects, enjoy the aspirational lifestyle.

Spanish Apartment Mixing Terracotta With Brick 8.9

Harmonious Home Of Terracotta And Brick

“…Interestingly, each tile has been added into the home upside-down to give further quirk to the visible textures. Offering an exposed ribbed texture…”

Chatsworth Road House Earthy Decor 8

Earthy House Of Modernity x Skylights

“…With all windows carefully positioned to capture a particular angled view, panorama or orientation towards the direct sunlight, you would be hard-done-by to have a favourite room or space…”

Tiny Apartment Of Full Optimisation 7.6

Super-Compact Taipei Apartment. Too Small?

“…A quality example of how even the smallest of spaces can be packed with all the functionality, space optimisation and comfort we all need…”

The Cover House In Japan 8.1

The Privacy Of A Chamferred Home

“…Located in Tokyo (Japan), the home is pretty much inward-looking with an exterior-facing living area…”

The Pure White Apartment 7.3

Minimalism Of The Menchuks Apartment

“…The Menchuks Apartment by Hrystia Koliasa is probably about the furthest limit that SATORI & SCOUT’s designers would ever contemplate…”

Barn Conservatory With Awesome Views 8.9

Impressive Off-Grid Conservatory House

“…The central double-ended glazed conservatory is as much the inward-facing heart and soul, cosy and warm centre of the home as it is the exterior-addressing hallway core…”

The New Zallinger Cabins 8.6

The Semi-Insulative Zallinger Refuge Cabins

“…What most caught SATORI & SCOUT’s eyes is the chalet’s cladding, blocks of wood that are seemingly more like a semi-complete Tetris game than a solid, insulative method…”

The Brick Shell Concrete Home 7.8

A Concrete Home, Brick Warehouse

“…The glaring difference between the cool white of the concrete and the sandy brown of the brick is really quite apparent…”

Italian Alps Hillside Cabin 7.3

Views From The Italian Mountainside Cabin

“…Designed by architects Roberto Dini and Stefano Girodo of Politecnico di Torino, such a wonderfully simple structure can be found high (and tiny) up in the steep mountains…”