Johnston Marklee carved arches into the facades of this California beach house to frame sea views. The form is carried throughout the interior, creating a series of vaulted doorways, rooms and corridors.
This Melbourne home features quirky details that draw on the decorative forms of Arts and Crafts architecture, such as arched doorways, off-kilter chimneys and a pyramid-shaped roof.
Arched openings and curved walls feature throughout this compact family home in Japan, designed by architecture studio Alts Design Office.
Pitsou Kedem referenced traditional vaulted ceilings for this renovated apartment in Jaffa, Tel Aviv. It features imperfect arched doorways infilled with blackened tin bars and curved doors.
An arched doorway casts light into a reception room featuring a curved white concrete staircase in this renovated French farmhouse, connecting the old part of the building to a new faceted extension by Paris studio Dixneufcentquatrevingtsix.
Circles and pointed arches puncture this Indonesian home and studio that Realrich Sjarief designed for himself. The architect expressed his love for geometric forms through circular windows, which opens outwards to create twin semi-circle panels.
A soft colour palette of pale pink and white accentuate the arched alcoves in a kitchen volume inserted into this Melbourne apartment by young studio BoardGrove Architects.
This contemporary holiday home designed by Diego Paccagnella is modelled on a traditional Venetian house. It boasts custom furniture, rich colour tones and arched windows framed in dark wood.
A custom millwork box serves as an unconventional sleeping nook inside this Toronto apartment. It sits adjacent to a walk-in wardrobe, and features an arched doorway and a white drapes for privacy.
Nook Architects retained the original Catalan arched ceiling, arched balcony doors and hexagonal tiles for the renovation of this Barcelona apartment. Mirrors help to make the space appear larger.
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