Interplay between 2 neutral materials – concrete and timber is the interesting part for this project, BV House, designed by Biselli + Katchborian architects. Spatial organization is clearly defined in 3 different levels. Due to the site condition, the big ramp has created a quality of floating effect to the house with a welcoming sense. [...]
Austrian architects Maria Flöckner und Hermann Schnöll has designed a house named 47°40’48”n/13°8’12”e, where is its exact site location. However, architect’s idea – “home at any place, could just as well elsewhere are”, the house is also interchangeable with other sites. Due to its two bold horizontal plates and full height curtain wall in-between, a [...]
A minimal design by Marcio Kogan, Casa Corten House. A simple plan with high ceiling level and large opening that use to harmonize between inside and outside. When you walk through the building, you can see material changed in the journey, it is a good project to demostrate how the interaction between the materials that [...]
As you can see, a very contrast materials between inside and outside, where external skins are covered by rusting effect steel and fine materials with lighting effect internally. The idea of the house was to spatially distinct between public and private area in Architects Nakayma‘s spatial organization. 2 bedrooms with a bathroom are placed just [...]
JLI house designed by Spain based MCP Arquitectura as a concept of massive, void and liquid. The house aims to bring new freedom to the design, in order to cover the contemporary ever-changing ways of living, the architect attempts to explore how the space in between transform to each other and the fluidity of movement [...]
A contemporary residential complex of 15 unique houses, “El Secreto” designed by GLR architects. It is featuring clean geometrical forms with a highlighted wall at first floor of each block. The 15 unique houses presented in different characteristics by 3 different floor plans with 5 facades in each plan.
Architects Michelle and Richard Black recently designed an ingenious, adaptable artist’s shed for a Melbourne-based potter that doesn’t really look like a shed at all. Functional design, sustainability and quality materials have now become crucial components.
A ‘house L‘ situated in Glienicke Germany, designed by Pott Architects. A house was designed to harmonize with its natural surroundings.
This is a tropical architecture in Bali Indonesia, designed by Singapore based WOHA architects, who has built a global reputation for innovative design for projects in tropical environments. WOHA believes that it is the responsibility of the architect to create diverse, innovative and exciting environments.
The Alphaville architects Kentaro Takeguchi and Asako Yamamoto designed and built their own house W-Window House in Kyoto. The staircase was impressed me and my first thought was just a folding paper. Remember our previous post of W chair? It would be best match with this house!
Childhood recalled? Is this a house or children playground? This is my first impression to the project. Architect Sou Fujimoto has created a wooden house to express the versatility of lumber. It blurs between wall, ceiling, floor and chair (where people can sit) that embody the architectural experience within the whole structure.
House O, designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, who is a one of Japan’s most promising young architects in Japan. Sou Fujimoto believes architect should create a better living environment to the end user. The wall is not just the tool to divide the space but is how space in between people can share.