The decorative "S" on the side of this seaside home near Melbourne stands for Somerset, the name given to the prefab.
Sacramento architectural designer Curtis Popp created an imaginative media room for his family, complete with a Saarinen Tulip table, Philippe Starck chairs, and art made by local artists. His wife Susan found the bright-colored initials in a local shop—the couple’s daughter recommended the letters be switched to read “ps," for “postscript.” Read more about this affordable Sacramento remodel here.
Resting atop an oak table in the home of architect Benedetta Tagliabue sits a “B” trophy, awarded to her and her late husband Enric Miralles for their work on the Santa Caterina Market rehabilitation project in Barcelona’s medieval core.
A kitchen in Stockholm displays a lucky number "7" and the letters "EYO."
El Salvadorian architectural, interior, and furniture design company Cincopatasalgato built this indoor-outdoor lake house as the weekend home of a family that lives in San Salvador. The large "S" sculpture was salvaged from the 2001 earthquake in the city and repurposed by designer Gerardo Dumont.