Article source: Design Insight Inc.
- Architects: Design Insight Inc.
- Project: Modern Farmhouse
- Photography: Craig Caulfield
- Software used: AutoCad, formZ
- Interior designer: Lynne Shears, ASID
- Local architects: BHH
- GC: Tomlinson & Sons, Inc.
Article source: SEFAR® Architecture
An iridescent glass façade created with SEFAR® Architecture Vision dresses up a high-rise building in ‘Suurstoffi,’ a new mixed-use development in Risch Rotkreuz, Switzerland. Vision produces a shimmering metal patchwork from the outside in and clear views from the inside out.
Article source: TG-Studio
TG-Studio has fully modernised this Mews House in London’s Fitzrovia.
The three storey terraced mews house was formerly used as an office building before our client Mike Penn bought it in 2012. Mike, a well-known fashion/portrait/ horse photographer (“Best Horses in The World”), asked TG Studio to transform the building into his London home and studio office. Now the accommodation comprises: ground floor, studio/office space with cloakroom and guest bedroom with en-suite; first floor, large full width entertaining space featuring kitchen, dining and living area; second floor, large master bedroom with en-suite and walk in wardrobe.
Article source: BURO II & ARCHI+I
In an ingenious way – the introduction of a ‘light street’ – this renovation project adds new life, light and space to this deep and dark former offi ce building. This indoor street is the walkway for all reception functions, as well as the supporting element of this energetic concept.
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Article source: TEK Architects
Commissioned by The Greenbrook Nature Sanctuary, exhibitions within this visitors’ center building primarily focus on the human and geological history of the New Jersey Palisades region, and follow a linear, chronological arrangement. The building was constructed of natural, maintenance-free materials found on site, while natural light is the primary source of illumination. The construction cost was $275,000, and is an early example of sustainable design in a ground-up building.
Article source: M artı D Mimarlık
As its corporate social responsibility project, the Automotive Industry Exporters Union has targeted at establishment of a school to encounter the need for qualified employees in the sector and the initials steps for this school to be registered under the Ministry of Education have been taken in 2008.
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Article source: SPACESPACE
This site is situated at a residential area in Ikoma-city, Nara where is little colder in winter compared to the inner-city of Osaka. But it shares a border with Osaka and the residents can commute in only 30 minutes, so it functions as a bedroom suburb of both Osaka and Nara. This area is a typical suburban residential area of Japan and designed to satisfy the orthodox practices of city planning. The inner road and the building distance are wide enough and each house has the southern garden.
Article source: Andrew Maynard Architects
How do you create a home in 4.5m?
It’s tricky, but a lot of fun. A family of four had lived in this modest, ageing house for almost eight years. As the children neared their teenage years something had to be done. Abandoning their home and moving elsewhere was not an option as the family was an important part of a thriving community.
Article source: Architect Show Co.,Ltd
This house is located in a quiet residential area of Nagasaki Prefecture.
The M4-house, was designed on the concept that to achieve both the design and improvement of living environment while ensuring the privacy and security performance.
Article source: Dürig AG
The project for the new mosque in Prishtina takes the interplay of the single religious believer and the community of believers as the starting point for its design. The mosque is a place for worship for the Islamic community, where the single believing individual meets within the community for the common worship and praying which thus becomes an expression of the ceremonial act within the community.