AD Top 10 Most Viewed Homes of the Month – Best of August 2023

AD Top 10 Most Viewed Homes of the Month – Best of August 2023

One more month, we review the most viewed houses of the last 30 days by our readers. In this month’s selection are stately apartments, Mediterranean designs and many, many swimming pools. The water!

These have been the most viewed houses of the month of August on the AD website

What is the AD reader looking for in August? After taking a look at the most viewed houses this month, the answer is obvious: serene corners that shout “vacation” for each of the tiles in their pools. The figures show that your favorite AD houses have been those in which whites and cream tones reign, the ones that invite you to relax in the summer between unusual architectural details and signature designer furniture. A well-deserved rest before, invariably, ending up in the water.

Here we leave you all AD houses most popular of August in case you had missed any.

  • Aerin Lauder on the steps of her home in Florida

    © Simon Upton

    Aerin Lauder, granddaughter of Estée Lauder, opens a house in Florida: a summer dream with a pool and rattan furniture

    The most repeated word throughout the process, from the purchase to the end of the reform, has been ‘magical’. Both Aerin Lauder and interior designer (and old friend) Stephen Sills kept using it to describe the shelter that the businesswoman has just opened in Palm Beach, Florida.. A town that, on the other hand, is not unknown to her: her parents live on the other side of the street (“close, but not that close,” she says with a laugh), and she has spent all her vacations with her husband and their two children, in the Lauder family mansion, which belonged to the queen of cosmetics, their grandmother Estée.

  • Sonia Sabnani.

    In Valencia there is a prefabricated house that has stolen our hearts

    In architecture, there are times – most of them, in fact – when it is not necessary to flaunt the entire arsenal of resources and tools available to design a building that packs one or two surprising punches. The environment, the atmosphere and the sensations transmitted by the chosen materials, shapes and objects are more than enough to achieve this effect. wow! that makes one dream of inhabiting a space. A expertise calm which, without a doubt, is one of the hallmarks of Turnthe Valencian architecture studio that hides behind Serene House.

  • © Trevor Tondro

    This family home champions serene, modern décor (signatured by Jeremiah Brent and William Hefner)

    A couple commissioned the architect William Hefner and interior designer Jeremiah Brent a turnkey Mediterranean-style home in Los Angeles. The first goal was to get away from the highly ornate style of her parents. They liked clean lines, a neutral palette, and plenty of room to breathe: “A serene, modern decor,” they say.

  • Elton Rocha

    A charming modern rustic house based on microcement, pipe and terracotta

    In Alella (Barcelona) Miriam Barrio has renovated an old 435-square-meter farmhouse surrounded by vineyards with microcement, reeds, and terracotta. With this dream panorama he found himself Miriam Barriowho was entrusted with a complex mission: modernize that rustic house without losing its essence. Rustic house soul with contemporary heart.


    This house between party walls with only four meters of façade manages to be spacious and bright (and we know its secret)

    Historic centers are usually full of single-family houses separated by party walls, that is, by walls shared by two adjoining properties. On many occasions, the facades that cover these houses are narrow, creating dimly lit interior spaces that are difficult to condition. NUA arquitectes achieves the impossible: that a house between very narrow party walls turns out to be spacious, bright and contemporary and, as if that were not enough, also energy efficient.

  • A white and simple house to experience Mediterranean summers like those of before

    It all started by chance, as happens with the best stories: seven years ago, Jan Dönhardt and Kathleen Boonen, sentimental and creative couple, they discovered the zone of the Lower Ebro (Tarragona) during a photographic production for his communication agency. “Was a crush at first sight”, they recall. Those landscapes of the Golden Coast they reminded Dönhardt of the warm simplicity of the Ibiza of his childhood, and when they saw the old house, everything seemed to make sense: they had to make it their second home.

  • They look at Alós

    An 80s beach house becomes an ode to Mediterranean serenity in Denia

    Lime mortar, ceramics and pebble are the ingredients of this serene beach house, which looks to the greatest to concentrate on creating resounding and (only apparently) simple solutions. Jose Antonio CoderchCarlo Scarpa, Mateus Areas (AD 100 / 2023) y Studio KO (AD 100 / 2023) have been the references of Marta Woodward when facing Aire Housethe reform of a house from the 80s in Denia (Alicante).

  • © Nicolò Panzeri

    This minimalist and bright apartment is a master lesson in how to unite two separate floors with style and precision.

    The authors of this beautiful minimalist apartment with a terrace in the center of Milan were clear about their mission. Converting two floors into one, while bringing back the building’s original 1950s and 1960s charm. SAM Architects, a young studio in love with the functional and clean style of the 20th century, gracefully redesigns a clean, elegant and light-filled space, designing bespoke furniture in natural oak and choosing period accents that recast the idea of ​​true charm. And all crowned by a stupendous staircase, the real glue in this masterful reform.

  • © Lionel Moreau

    In this small 33 m2 apartment, everything has been thought of in detail

    Adjacent to one of Bordeaux’s flagships, the Grand-Théâtre, is this small apartment of 33 m2 on the third floor of a listed building with all the functions and comforts of a large apartment: kitchen, bathroom, separate bedroom and… plenty of storage space. But to achieve it, “we had to make the space more fluid, keep as much light as possible and work on the sensation of low ceilings, with only 2.25 meters”, explains interior designer and designer Matthieu Récopé de Tilly, in charge of the reform together with the interior designer Margot Le Métayer.

  • Clinton Weaver

    A suggestive green house where concrete, wood and minimalism are the keys

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