Category: House

Parametric Fragment \ Takashi Yamaguchi

Parametric Fragment \ Takashi Yamaguchi

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• January 19, 2012 • Comments (0)

Japanese architect Takashi Yamaguchi has completed the a private house located in Matsusaka, Mie, Japan. The structure consists of double skin system of the main frame and a surface of aluminum panels. To reduce the amount of radiant heat in summer, west and south sides are designed without openings and the width of space in […]

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Garden Home \ in.it.studios

Garden Home \ in.it.studios

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• January 10, 2012 • Comments (0)

A Garden Home – The Modern, Spacious & Affordable 21st Century solution to the ‘Granny Annexe’ The site – the rear of a detached home in Kent, England, offers a unique contemporary living space for a couple who required additional room for elderly loved ones. The 2 bedroom home provides 98 sq/m of independent living […]

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Contemporary yet Sustainable Guest House \ in.it.studios

Contemporary yet Sustainable Guest House \ in.it.studios

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• December 14, 2011 • Comments (0)

in.it.studios does perfection. Another project complete, another success story to tell. In the beautiful location of Oxford, one of our clients required a garden room with a fitted kitchen and bathroom; accompanied with a large decking area. This particular garden studio is perfect for two main purposes: All year round Guest House A relaxing space […]

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House 712 \ H ARQUITECTES

House 712 \ H ARQUITECTES

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• November 24, 2011 • Comments (0)

The house was for a young couple without children, and had some initial programmatic requirements which were pretty conventional (a garage, three bedrooms, a study, etc). The plot, which was triangular and around 400m2, was part of a land promotion protected by the Incasol for self promoters and was subjected to a tight schedule for […]

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Live Work Home by Cook+Fox Architects Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

Live Work Home by Cook+Fox Architects Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

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• November 23, 2011 • Comments (0)

Live Work Home Achieves LEED Platinum Certification NEW YORK, NEW YORK – November 21, 2011 – Live Work Home, a winning design proposal from Cook+Fox Architects in the From the Ground Up Competition in Syracuse, New York, has been awarded LEED-NC (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for New Construction) Platinum certification, the highest possible […]

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Savion House \ Alex Meitlis

Savion House \ Alex Meitlis

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• November 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

Israeli based Architect Alex Meitlis has recently completed “House in Savion“, Israel. A single family residence located not far from Tel Aviv. The plot has been divided by vertical walls creating many different spaces, some enclosed with roofs, some semi enclosed and some totally open. The house only occupies a third of the site, while […]

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Serpentine House \ Phil Darwen Design

Serpentine House \ Phil Darwen Design

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• November 16, 2011 • Comments (1)

Phil Darwen Design has designed the Serpentine House. This hilltop location cried out for a structure of unparralleled design and unique liveability. The house itself contains virtually no straight walls and instead consists of generous curves and sinuous connecting arcs to create a unique courtyard style design. The entry boasts a crescent shaped intrusion of the […]

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Kings Beach House \ Phil Darwen Design

Kings Beach House \ Phil Darwen Design

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• November 16, 2011 • Comments (0)

Phil Darwen Design has designed the Kings Beach House. Equivalent to a lavish, five-star resort, this residence occupies one of the best, elevated ocean-view blocks in Kings Beach, Caloundra, with spectacular 280-degree ocean views both north and south over the Pacific. Spread over four palatial levels with a separate guest wing, this home exceeds expectations at […]

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Erupting Stability \ Ted Givens AIA

Erupting Stability \ Ted Givens AIA

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• November 14, 2011 • Comments (1)

Erupting Stability – (Tornado Proof Suburb) By Ted Givens AIA (Design Partner at 10 Design Hong Kong) Isn’t the Wizard of Oz a clear example of the awesome force that a tornado can muster? How can Jaws drive people out of the ocean screaming when a house blown through the sky brings back nostalgic memories? […]

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Casa Culver City \ DLFstudio

Casa Culver City \ DLFstudio

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• November 10, 2011 • Comments (0)

The original house was a massive monochromatic, cavernous, almost windowless building that was remodeled to create spacious, bright interiors with warm contemporary exterior finishes including hardwood for the roof eaves. The cozy interior consists of a living room, kitchen, dining, office, 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, master ensuite and appointed with wood veneers + natural-colored tiles. […]

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