Collection by Luke Hopping

Modern Homes Across Eastern Europe

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Venture across the vanquished Iron Curtain to see strikingly modern homes in Poland, Russia, and beyond.

The north wall of the IST home functions as a cut-away, offering a peek inside an efficient yet cozy dwelling.
"The credenza is probably my favorite piece of furniture, and in the Yugodom I set up one in each room," Milakovic says.
"Most [floating homes] are reinvented boats with an unhealthy condensation inside, translated into humidity.
Dragisic used basic materials and colors throughout the apartment: white for the custom shelving, charcoal gray for the...
Though the house sits cozily at the back of a birch forest clearing, Zhidkov says no trees were cut during construction.
The central, welded-iron staircase is the house’s most striking contemporary feature.
NArchitekTURA chose a monochromatic white interior for its "Apartment of the Future—R&D Laboratory" in Dobrodzień,...
Rok Oman of OFIS Architects started the renovation of what would become Villa Criss-Cross by tackling a thorny site...
The budget was nearly as tight as the space in this cheerful renovation of a 516-square-foot flat in Bratislava.
Architect Konieczny lifted the existing ground and wrapped it around the roof and exterior rooftop staircase,...
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