Archive for the ‘Family house’ Category
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
Article source: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
This detached house is located in Punta Canide, Oleiros, in the Bay, with stunning sea views. Due to this location, the building should respond to some very specific buildable constrains and setbacks, required by municipal regulations, as well as the morphology of the land itself, which required adapting to the slope of the plot, with a drop of nearly three metres. We also searched for the best orientation to promote the best views of the building sight.
Three materials are the absolute protagonists of this work, concrete, wood and glass.
Image Courtesy © Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
- Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos (Lucas Díaz Sierra, Gustavo Díaz García)
- Project: Family house
- Location: Oleiros, A Coruña, Galicia, España, Spain
- Renders: Antonio García Andrés
- Client: Privado
- Draft: Vivienda Unifamiliar en Punta Canide
- Infographics: Antonio García Andrés
- Área: 550 m²
- Date: 2015
Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Article source: GARDERA-D Architecture
The House R is located at Anglet on an estate of 1000m². The relatively large dimensions of the plot (50x20m) give a horizontal lecture to the field which compose the start of the project. The North-South orientation, the sun path and the pre-existing houses around the site were also predominant data for the design of the project.
The house is set back from the street, clearing a parking space for three vehicles.
Image Courtesy © GARDERA-D Architecture
- Architects: GARDERA-D Architecture (Gardera Patrice)
- Project: House R
- Location: Anglet (64), France
- Delivered: September 2010
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: Aresto Arquitetura
The terrain of 1347 square meters located in the city of Cajamar is inserted in one of the regions of greater natural diversity of the state of São Paulo, the region of the Japi mountain range.
The surrounding Atlantic Forest reveals an enormous natural complexity with the abundance of species, forms and colors, exposing a system in balance and very delicate. Thus, the conceptual motivation of the project was to represent this stability through the balanced composition of two blocks with divergent directions, colors and textures, but with identical formats.
Image Courtesy © Aresto Arquitetura
- Architects: Aresto Arquitetura
- Project: Japi House
- Location: São Paulo, Brazil
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad and Revit.
- Interior square meters: 381.50 sq. meters
- Project Date: 2014
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: studio razavi architecture
The defining concept for this house, commissioned by a photographer as both his summer house and studio, was based on developed facade studies which define a simple and smooth building skin varied in height and punctured by openings.
Two volumes define the main living & work spaces, both converge to the North corner freeing up as much space as possible on this small lot and turning all window openings to face South and West. The main space is compressed at the entry and releases up towards the landscape, the fan shaped plan gradually provides more floor area, volume and light. The second volume is exclusively dedicated to the owner’s studio. All rooms and bathrooms are reduced to a bare minimum and provide maximum surface area to living and work spaces.
Image Courtesy © olivier-martin gambier
- Architects: studio razavi architecture
- Project: HOUSE FOR A PHOTOGRAPHER
- Location: Bretagne, France
- Photography: olivier-martin gambier
- Floor area: 130m²
- Year: 2013
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
Article source: OOA | Office O architects
House QM answers the building regulations in a different and “twisted” way.
House QM is situated in a new allotment that exists out of square plots of the same size, with the same building regulations; houses must recoil 5m of every side of the terrain, have 2 levels and must have a flat or sloped roof.
Image Courtesy © Tim Van de Velde
- Architects: OOA | Office O architects
- Project: House QM
- Location: Gistel, Belgium
- Photography: Tim Van de Velde
- Head designer: Magalie Munters
- Project period: 2013-2016
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
Article source: Le Atelier
The house located in the 30 000 populated town in 150 km from Moscow. Private houses area in such places is highly diversified. There are absent any rules or limitations, one street can be place for houses build from trash and 3-storey height brick castle from 90-s. Surroundings full of “architecture without architects”, everything is always in process: if you need new room you construct it, without any project and with material you have for the moment. Belongings are divided by different generations and woodcarving neighbour with their plastic luxury. How to work with this diversified and often revolting surroundings?
Image Courtesy © Ilya Ivanov
- Architects: Le Atelier
- Project: Shatura House
- Location: Shatura, Russia
- Photography: Ilya Ivanov
- Lead Architects: Sergey Kolchin, Nadezhda Torshina
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 219 sq.m.
- Completion Year: 2016
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Article source: Jan Skuratowski Architektur
The new single-family house was designed as a separate residential unit and can hold its own next to the existing building from the 80s. It is situated on a partly raised plateau in the south-eastern part of the property. The two buildings differ in their roof design and thus emphasize their autonomy. At the same time, the new building paraphrases the existing building’s design: by its polygonal ground plan, which follows the hill’s shape, and expressive cantilevered floors. Wood was used a material to contrast the rather heavy sand-lime brick of the existing structure. Hierarchically, the new building is supposed to subordinate to the existing building and is therefore set slightly to the rear of the site. The new structure appears like a pavilion and, thanks to the flat roof, has a large accessible roof terrace that expands the small plot effectively. The greening of the roofs is intended to give the new building an animated character and link it with nature and the hill.
Image Courtesy © Simon Menges
- Architects: Jan Skuratowski Architektur
- Project: House M
- Location: Titlisstrasse 24b, 4313 Möhlin, Switzerland
- Photography: Simon Menges
- Software used: ArchiCAD 18
- Client: Christoph Müller
- Energy standard: Minergie
- Structural engineering:
- Wooden structure: Pirmin Jung Ingenieur für Holzbau AG
- Basement: Ingenieurbüro W. Herzog AG
- Building physics: Pirmin Jung Büro für Bauphysik AG
- Builders: Wohlwend Baugeschäft AG
- Plot area: 371 m2
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Article source: Ming Architects
Flanked between the koi pond and the swimming pool, the double volume courtyard – a fulcrum to the house, was introduced to break the monotony of spaces in this linear house. Horizontal and vertical movements are endless and ample daylight floods the key living spaces. A 3-storey high feature steel staircase floats above the koi pond, with a vertical feature wall of black river pebbles as its backdrop. A slim bridge suspends over the courtyard and ties the front and rear wings of the house.
Image Courtesy © Ming Architects
- Architects: Ming Architects (Tan Cher Ming)
- Project: Courtyard House
- Location: 22 Toh Yi Rd, Singapore
- Software used: Google SketchUp Pro, Autocad
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Article source: Fernanda Canales
How to create a new house for twelve families that share the same site but different services? This project aims at redefining the concept of private domestic space within a collective structure. In a 400 square meter rectangular site, the building has three levels, plus one subterranean parking level with service areas and storage rooms. Each level has four apartments, with variations in each apartment, depending on different interior heights and views from the balconies in each room. The rooftop offers four terraces, each belonging to one of the duplex apartments in the last floor.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo
- Architects: Fernanda Canales
- Project: Portales Housing
- Location: Mexico
- Photography: Rafael Gamo, Sandra Pereznieto
Sunday, September 4th, 2016
Article source: 3+1 architekti
Steep, fertile, south-facing slope.
The growing number of houses and cottages in the area, which was almost untouched by construction half a century ago (fields, meadows, orchards).
Quality of buildings is rapidly declining on the contrary to quantity.
Image Courtesy © Pavel Plánička
- Architects: 3+1 architekti ((Plánička, Panenka, Urbanová))
- Project: Family house Brná
- Location: Brná, Ústí nad Labem, Czech republic
- Photography: Pavel Plánička
- Land area: 1075 m2
- Floor area: 160 m2
- Enclosure: 630 m3
- Project: 2013
- Realization: 2015