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Single House in Lake of Biel, Switzerland by Bauzeit Architekten

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Bauzeit Architekten

Placed on a gentle slope on the southern shore of Lake Biel, the new edification was built on the old romantic garden of a 19th century villa that no longer exists. The remaining parts of it, an ancient cave, a pond and the vegetation, were kept and form part of the new project.

Image Courtesy Yves André

  • Architects:Bauzeit Architekten
  • Project: Single House in Lake of Biel
  • Architects Team: bauzeit architekten, Roberto Pascual, Peter Bergmann, Yves Baumann
  • Design Team: Yves Baumann, Britt Hoeres
  • Software used: Autocad 11


Wanderlust Hotel ( Level 1 – Reception + Restaurant Interior) in Little India, Singapore by Asylum

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Asylum

Hidden amidst the myriad of industrial shops, alongside flower sellers and street-side newspaper vendors in the vicinity of Little India, lies an eclectic boutique hotel – Wanderlust, which was originally an old school in the 1920’s. Derived from the concept “Industrial Glam”, anachronistic industrial elements that could be found within a stone’s throw made its way into the first level of the hotel with an unexpected twist. Filling the space with counters constructed by raw oxidized steel, neon signs set against tinted mirrors and re-constructed supermarket carts, the juxtaposition of these varied elements nevertheless permeate the interior with a quirky character.

Communal Table

  • Architect: Asylum
  • Name of Project: Wanderlust Hotel ( Level 1 – Reception + Restaurant Interior)
  • Location: Little India, Singapore
  • Company: Asylum
  • Creative Director: Chris Lee
  • Design Director: Cara Ang
  • Interior Designer: Cherin Tan
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Foodcourt area in Forum Shopping Centre in Gliwice, Poland by Zalewski Architecture Group

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Zalewski Architecture Group

The restaurant area (foodcourt) in the most popular and the largest FORUM shopping centre in Gliwice (Poland) covers an area of ​​approximately 1000 m2 . It is located in the main atrium of the facility on the first floor and on two mezzanines above the first floor (not used yet).

Foodcourt area in FORUM shopping centre


Casa Vlady, House Refurbishment in Buenos Aires, Argentina by BVW Arquitectos

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: BVW Arquitectos

Our friend and client found this old house in the district of Palermo in Buenos Aires. The house had potential. However, it was in need of a complete restoration: several insensitive interventions throughout the years had caused damage to the original profile, making it gloomy and desolated.

Image Courtesy Lula Bauer

  • Architects: BVW Arquitectos
  • Project: Casa Vlady, House Refurbishment
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Project Area: 156 sqm
  • Project Year: 2009/2010
  • Photographs: Lula Bauer / BVW Arquitectos
  • Software used: SketchUp


Toledo Apartment Renovation in Spain by Sara Romero y Mariano Vallejo, Arquitectos

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Sara Romero y Mariano Vallejo Arquitectos

This project consists of the rehabilitation and a total renovation of a home in the Historic Center of Toledo, Spain. The original building dates from the Baroque era (mid-eighteenth century) and it rests inside the narrow and crooked streets of Toledo, with low natural light. We access the house through a small patio and the building has scarce and small windows.

Interior View (Images Courtesy Juan Carlos Quindós)

  • Architect: Sara Romero y Mariano Vallejo, Arquitectos
  • Name of Project: Toledo Apartment Renovation
  • Location: Toledo, Spain
  • Area: 100 m2
  • Project date: 2010
  • Tecnic Architect: Daniel Reguera
  • Collaborator: Milagros Piñuela, architect
  • Builder: Valentín Lotca, construcciones y reformas
  • Photographer: Juan Carlos Quindós


Sweet Parliament Home in Gwangju, South Korea by Andres Jaque Arquitectos

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Andres Jaque Arquitectos

A project by Andrés Jaque Architects for the Gwangju Design Biennale 2011

Homes tend to be thought of like places where conflict, diversity and collective are left behind to find familiarity and unpolitical calm. But a number of daily evidences could be seen as an opportunity to think domestic interiors as places where we get to meet social networks (both online and offline), to manage our associations and to take part in discussion arenas. Shared homes are parliaments in which we get to share our living, get connected and confront otherness. Homes are material and non-material conglomerates of problematic limits. Insides that get shaped as interscalar selectively connected multilocations.

Sweet Parliament Home (Images Courtesy Jorge López Conde)

  • Architect: Andres Jaque Arquitectos
  • Name of Project: Sweet Parliament Home
  • Location: Gwangju, South Korea
  • Curated by: Anthony Fontenot
  • Design Team: Dagmar Stéeová (coordinator), Álvaro Carrillo, Roberto González, Jorge López Conde, Kristian Ly Serena, Silvia Rodríguez
  • Research Team: Álvaro Carrillo, Eugenio Fernández, Deborah López, Montse Montoro, Ana Olmedo, Eduardo Tazón, Enrique Ventosa
  • Photographs: Jorge López Conde


Casey Key Guest House in Florida by TOTeMS Architecture

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: TOTeMS Architecture

The project consists of a small single family guest house set within a mature oak hammock, located on a barrier island on Sarasota bay. The narrow island is approximately 600’ wide at the project site, and spans between the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Distinct native ecologies of this subtropical environment are clearly evident. From east to west they include: shallow bay waters, mangroves, oak hammock, sand ridge, dune, beach, and Gulf.

Exterior to north (Image Courtesy William S. Speer)

  • Architects: TOTeMS Architecture
  • Project: Casey Key Guest House
  • Location: Casey Key, Florida
  • Building Area:1600 sf
  • Project site size: 1.75 acres
  • Lot size: 175’ x 583’ (feet)
  • Software used: AutoCAD and SketchUp


MariSol Malibu Beach House in California by Berkus Design Studio

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Article source: Crown Pointe Estates, CPB   Architecture

MariSol’s Malibu Beach House Wins Three Grand “Gold Nugget” Awards, Including House of the Year at the 48th Annual Pacific Coast Builders Conference & Exposition

AN FRANCISCO, June 23, 2011 — MariSol’s Malibu Beach House was awarded the highly sought-after and extremely competitive “Gold Nugget Grand Award” for  BEST HOME Over 3,000 Square Feet, topping 3 other impressive finalists from Washington State, Utah and Northern California. MariSol’s Showcase Estate also won Gold Nugget Grand Awards for Kitchen Design and Bath Design.  In addition, in a close vote, MariSol was runner up for the Grand Award for Residential Project of the Year, instead receiving an Award of Merit in that category as well as an Award of Merit for both Outdoor and Indoor Living Spaces (Awards List Available by request).

Malibu Real Estate Home of the Year


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