The renovation project for the mother house of the Deaconess Community of St-Loup was awarded to Localarchitecture and architect Danilo Mondada.
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.
Project: Blue Frog Acoustic Lounge Architect: Serie architects Location: Mumbai, India Images © Serie Serie architects has transformed a warehouse into a cutting-edge music venue in India’s entertainment capital, the Blue Frog acoustic lounge, which incorporates a restaurant, bar and live music stage.
Waterdrop, a new project for Roca presented at 100% Design London. A spectacular and engaging experience capturing the beauty of water, designed by Héctor Serrano Studio.
Project: Boxhome 2007 Architect: Sami Rintala Location: Oslo, Norway Area: 19m2 (200sqft) Images © Sami Rintala An ecological sustainable design, Boxhome, which was designed by Sami Rintala architect to explore quality of space, material and light over size.
Project: Fresh Water House Architect: Chenchow Little Architects Location: Sydney Northern Beaches, Australia all images © Chenchow Little Architects The house overlooking the water of Sydney’s northern beaches, designed by local architects Chenchow Little Architects, who was received ‘The Most Innovative Use of Steel Award’ in the 2007 Housing Industry Association Awards.