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Posts tagged as 'residential architecture'

Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, photo: Masao Nishikawa

Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, photo: Masao Nishikawa

The client for the Wrap House by Apollo Architects & Associates, a graphic designer working in an advertising agency, acquired a piece of land on a hilltop with a good view and requested Apollo design a residence “with airiness and openness”.

 

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Aguirre House, Bayona by Carrascal Blas Arquitectos, photo: Lluìs Casals

Aguirre House, Bayona by Carrascal Blas Arquitectos, photo: Lluìs Casals

For a house in the old city centre of Bayona, Spain with restricted dimensions (a 4×9 meter plot), Madrid-based Carrascal Blas Arquitectos have conceived a sequence of relatively autonomous rooms defined by variations of proportion, form and layout of ceilings and a diversity of materials.

 

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Wed 17.6.

Roof House by Leth & Gori (DK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.06.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Roof House by Leth & Gori, photo: Stamers Kontor and Leth & Gori

Roof House by Leth & Gori, photo: Stamers Kontor and Leth & Gori

Architects Leth & Gori have transformed and extended an existing villa in Fredensborg, Denmark by building upwards.

 

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Dalslandsstugan 2.0 by Note Design Studio

Dalslandsstugan 2.0 by Note Design Studio

Note Design Studio, well known to us for their product design, have designed an innovative, sustainable house for an architectural competition organised by Sweden’s Dalsland region and the Swedish architects organisation.

 

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Framing House by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects, photo: ©Yoshihiro Asada

Framing House by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects, photo: ©Yoshihiro Asada

For the Framing House by FORM / Kouichi Kimura Architects, the client requested a space that could be used as a gallery in addition to the habitable space. The request resulted in a passage from the street through the back of the building that functions as the line of flow from the gallery to the habitable space.

 

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Window House by Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects, photo: Yasutaka Yoshimura

Window House by Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects, photo: Yasutaka Yoshimura

A weekend house facing to the Sagami Bay with view to Mt. Fuji and Enoshima. The site is just 3 x 8m with 60% of footprint, and the building has become 3-stories almost automatically because the ground floor had to be a piloti by consideration of the storm surge. (text by Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects)

 

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Mon 1.6.

Brick House by Azevedo Design, Inc. (US)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.06.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Brick House by Azevedo Design, Inc., photo: Cesar Rubio

Brick House by Azevedo Design, Inc., photo: Cesar Rubio

Originally a laundry boiler room, the brick house is now a full service guest apartment. The ground floor is 8′-2″ x 11′-6″; approximately 93sf. It hosts a full kitchen, living room with couch and coffee table or dining table, and fold out cushions for a lounge chair on the stair landing. (text by Azevedo Design)

 

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McIlwrick Street Residences by B.E Architecture

McIlwrick Street Residences by B.E Architecture

Like an old European village, B.E Architecture’s McIlwrick Street Residences is a small cluster of buildings you can see through and walk between such that the significant addition feels as though it could have always been there. Located in Windsor, west of Sydney, the McIlwrick Street Residences are a three-townhouse development located on a single residential block in what is the third-oldest place of British settlement on the Australian continent.

 

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