Posts filed under 'Architecture'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.11.2016 - Tagged as: Robert Konieczny
Photographer: Jakub Certowicz
The highest value of the plot is a wonderful view stretching out. The idea was for the house to become its framework that crops it. The most appropriate building turned out to be a fully open on mountain landscape one-story building, which gives the same view to all of the interiors.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2016 - Tagged as: Carlos Tiscar, Fran Silvestre
Eco – The seat designed by Carlos Tiscar in an astonishing architectural environment by Fran Silvestre.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2016 - Tagged as: RAS Arquitectura
Photographer: Jose Hevia
The project is carried out in an underground space near the sea, with barely any outside lighting and in serious humidity conditions. However, the interior of the simply-built, very small structure — barely 55m2 — had a real monumental look, presided over by two octagonal stone pillars from which domes and vaults rise to cover the space and bear the weight of the upper floors.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.11.2016 - Tagged as: Piero Lissoni
Photographer: Amit Geron
The Conservatorium is set within a former music conservatory, a century-old redbrick landmark just up the road from Amsterdam’s boutique-lined P.C. Hooftstraat and directly opposite the Stedelijk Museum.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.11.2016 - Tagged as: Mosa
Located in Paris’s twelfth arrondissement, the Hotel Kyriad Bercy has just finished refurbishing its communal areas, all of which have been skilfully redesigned by the Paris-based firm of architects 2A & Azoulay.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.11.2016 - Tagged as: Squire
Photographer: Gareth Gardner
This project comprises a private house situated within the Mayfair Conservation Area, which was granted planning consent by Westminster Council in November 2009.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.11.2016 - Tagged as: Oyo Architects
This family house designed by OYO is the result of a close collaboration between client and architect. OYO was given carte blanche, which opened the possibility to focus on an ecological and compact building from the start. Unlike most single family houses in Belgium OYO started with the idea of positioning the living rooms on top of the bedrooms.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.11.2016
Photographer: Adrien Williams
Having bought a beautiful plot of wooded land in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, the client dreamt of building a country house that would be in perfect symbiosis with its natural environment. This rugged, sloped site came to a natural plateau just below its highest point, becoming the perfect location to erect the house.