Collection by Diana Budds

International Style

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Our intrepid writers and editors have crossed oceans, traversed rugged terrain, and trekked around the globe in search of design-forward homes. The May 2013 Global Style issue hits newsstands April 16 (here's a first look at the cover, which features a house on the Greek isles) and to whet your appetite, here's a look at some of our favorite homes located in off-the-beaten-path international locales: Ghana, Indonesia, Israel, and El Salvador, among others.

Yang Yeo and his girlfriend Ching Ian relax on the back stoop of their renovated and radically updated Singapore...
A 20-foot glass wall, ample sunshine, and an enviable collection of furnishings help this well-appointed living room...
A free-flowing, open-plan dining and living area is built of local Dahoma wood and has sliding screens and jalousie...
In the seating area, a trolley found at a flea market functions as the coffee table alongside an expansive...
The family room contains furniture reminiscent of Ligne Roset’s Togo collection and a CH 07 egg-carton lamp by...
By keeping the front and back gardens at the same elevation as the living area, Kogan created one giant living space.
Adding 290 square feet to this already small (just 566 square feet) black A-frame in Brecht, Belgium, was all the local...
Exposed pine dominates the downstairs reception area.
Ran and her brother, Gen, read on one of the structure’s 44 continuous steps.
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