Archive for the ‘Farm House’ Category
Thursday, June 1st, 2017
Article source: Olson Kundig
Surrounded by wheat fields on a high-altitude plateau stand a small glass house and a solid, traditional barn. The owners, inspired by Philip Johnson’s Glass House, wanted a refuge that opens up to the prairie and mountains. The structures are conveniently close to each other and enjoy a sense of isolation at the end of a long country road. The roof of the wood-frame barn, which houses farm equipment below and guest rooms above, was inspired by the local vernacular and is echoed in the shed roof of the glass house.
Image Courtesy © Olson Kundig
- Architects: Olson Kundig
- Project: Glass Farmhouse
- Location: Oregon, USA
- Software used: Autocad
Friday, April 28th, 2017
Article source: Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos
The project is an extension of a 17th century farmhouse and wine cellar in the countryside of La Mancha, which creates a centre devoted to wine culture. A new star–shaped piece is placed in the ancient courtyard, connecting old buildings and new ones. Its large scale is fragmented into smaller open spaces, each of them linked to the new functions around it. The courtyard, centre of the activity of the old farmhouse, is transformed by this star–shaped construction but maintains its character as an exterior space. The peaks of the star open towards the landscape giving entrance to the new complex. In this way the complex acquires a new relationship with the surroundings.
Image Courtesy © Luis Asín
- Architects: Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos (Angela García de Paredes, Ignacio Pedrosa)
- Project: Bodegas Real Winery
- Location: Finca Marisánchez, Main road from Valdepeñas to Cózar km.12,8, Valdepeñas, Spain
- Photography: Luis Asín
- Client: Bodegas Real
- Project team: Alvaro Rábano, Alvaro Oliver, Andrea Franconetti
- Interior design: Quinita Cotorruelo
- Architect on site: Teresa Díaz
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Article source: BoysPlayNice
At the site of the original farmhouse from the late 19th century, in the village of Javornice in southern Bohemia, there is a new, partially reconstructed area Javorník distillery. Its owners, thanks to the neighboring farm, which has long been their property, could create a farm with all the necessary facilities. It is not only a newly built small fruit distillery, but also other reconstructed building like former pub with a dance hall, stables and a barn. New to the buildings there is a shop, fruit store, refrigerated fermentation plant, a customs warehouse basement, wood house, garage and there is accommodation for family members and guests. There is also an extensive orchard and garden as part of Javorník distillery. Homestead stands under the ruins of Helfenburk in the picturesque hills between the towns Bavorov and Vlachovo Brezi at an altitude of 480 m. The surroundings are mostly forests, grasslands and farm fields.
Image Courtesy © Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice
- Architects: ADR s.r.o.
- Project: Javornice Distillery
- Location: Javornice, U Dubu, Czech Republic
- Photography: Jakub Skokan, Martin Tůma / BoysPlayNice
- Client: David Voverka
- Lead Architects: Petr Kolář, Aleš Lapka
- Collaboraters: Jana Zoubková, Markéta Kavalírová
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 483,5m2
- Project year: 2013
- Completion Year: 2016
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Article source: Schiattarella Associati
Masseria Grottone, part of Masserie Maresca Farm-Hotel, built between 1812 and 1860 is an agricultural complex a few miles away from Ostuni. Dipped in 40 acres of centenary olive trees and Mediterranean scrub: a natural context of extraordinary richness.
Abandoned for several years, the restoration and extension project has been assigned to the firm Schiattarella Associati having a long history dating back to 1970s and a know-how linked to some of the most significant projects of the last years such as the Seoul Metropolitan Museum, the Children Museum in Kyonggi, the Art Center in Addirriyah and many relevant projects in Italy as well such as the Spanish School of Archaeology, the Cube House in the Olympic Village and the Pediatric Ward of the Umberto I Hospital in Rome.
Image Courtesy © Antonio Fatano
- Architects: Schiattarella Associati (Andrea Schiattarella, Carla Maresca)
- Project: Masserie Maresca
- Location: Ostuni (BR), Italy
- Photography: Antonio Fatano
- Client: MASSERIE MARESCA
- Year: 2012-2016
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
Article source: Idee architects
Among the grapefruit garden of a large farm, Mian Farm Cottage has a fine view of Ba Vi mountain range. The owners of the farm aim to create a place far away from the city which produces fresh food, has a green space, a great landscape and for families gathering.
Image Courtesy © Trieu Chien
- Architects: Idee architects
- Project: Mian Farm Cottage
- Location: Mian Farm, Son Tay, Hanoi, Vietnam
- Photography: Trieu Chien
- Software used: 3dS Max and Autocad
- Architect: Tran Ngoc Linh
- Project team: Nguyen Huy Hai, Do Van Thoan, Nguyen Ngoc Quynh, Nguyen Dac Nguyen, Nguyen Dang Quang
- Area: 140m2
- Completed: 2016
Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Article source: Guillaume Pelletier Architecte
Canards Maurel-Coulombe is an artisanal farm that produces the finest Foie Gras in Quebec.
The clients wanted to create a space where customers could have a total gourmet experience of duck foie gras. Like a Japanese tea room, this project is a space where art, nature, tradition & gastronomy becomes one. The contemporary exterior screen porch is an extension of an old traditional wooden house. The wood timber structure is placed in a way to make a visual connection between the farm and the products boutique. The tasting room faces the landscape from where you can see the ducks in the field. By night, the screen porch becomes a lantern.
Image Courtesy © Saul Rosales
- Architects: Guillaume Pelletier Architecte
- Project: Moustiquaire Maurel-Coulombe
- Location: Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Saul Rosales
- Software used: Autocad and SketchUp
- Construction: Dominic Heneault
- Gross Built Area: 256 ft2
- Completion Year: 2016
Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016
Article source: Patterson Associates
The ancient architype of The Castle as an Outpost or Fort is rarely articulated in the modern world. This New Zealand farmhouse project explores this typology by being both commanding and defensive in one form.
Image Courtesy © Simon Devitt
- Architects: Patterson Associates
- Project: Parihoa
- Location: Muriwai, Auckland, New Zealand
- Photography: Simon Devitt and Jean Luc
- Client: Mr & Mrs M & A Storey
- Design Director: Andrew Patterson
- Project Architect: Andrew Mitchell
- Team: Andrew Patterson, Andrew Mitchell, Luke Douglas, Grant Scurr
- Builder: Ross Seward Builders
- Electrical: Craig Scobie Electrical
- Engineer: Chris Groev, CPG New Zealand
- Site Area: 240 hectares
- Total Floor Area: 472m2
- Start Date: 2003
- Completion Date: 2009
Friday, November 4th, 2016
Article source: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS
Renesa Architecture Design Interiors’s latest addition to the farmhouse arena will take you back in time to the European-esque villa design philosophy.
A beautiful mix of contemporary straight lines with the oblique classical touch gives it a post-renaissance design ambiance to the surroundings.
Image Courtesy © Vibhor Yadav
- Architects: RENESA ARCHITECTURE DESIGN INTERIORS
- Project: The White Habitat
- Location: New Delhi, India
- Photography: Vibhor Yadav
- Sanjay Arora: Founder| Principal Architect
- Sanchit Arora: Studio Head Architect Concept Design Head | Graphic Design.
- Vandana Arora: Interior Designer| Decor Head
- Virender Singh: Studio Technical Head| Architectural Assistant
- Built Up Area: 17,000 sq feet approx on a 3 acres spread (approx)
Friday, October 21st, 2016
Article source: William McDonough + Partners
The site design of this small organic farm and residence transitions from a cultivated landscape of orchards, gardens, and farming towards a restored native ecology of meadow grasses and coastal live oaks. The interwoven site and architectural design celebrate the native Northern California landscape and a deep connection to place. The main house is a series of pavilions with rolling zinc roofs that echo waves and wind patterns coming off the ocean, just visible from the property. Striated color patterns in rammed earth walls extrapolate the gentle curve of existing site topography. The building is passively heated and cooled, and energy uses are supported almost entirely by on site harvesting (PVs). The farm includes comprehensive rainwater and graywater harvesting. The project is LEED Platinum certified.
Image Courtesy © Emily Hagopian
- Architects: William McDonough + Partners
- Project: Meadow Farm House
- Location: California, USA
- Photography: Emily Hagopian
- Landscape Architect: Bernard Trainor + Associates
- Interior Design: Carla Carstens
- Area: 5,800 sq ft
Tuesday, October 4th, 2016
Article source: Norm Architects
Situated on the border of a working farm in Suffolk (UK), the Reydon Grove Farm has been designed as a long and narrow flat roofed pavillon, to give the building a sufficient magnitude and scale to correspond sizes of the existing barn and the old dairies on the site.
It is proposed to use the site for a single bungalow that will be sited in the north east corner of the site that is well screened from the wind by the trees towards the east, separating the farm site from the meadows.
Image Courtesy © Norm Architects
- Architects: Norm Architects
- Project: Reydon Grove Farm
- Location: Suffolk, UK
- Area: 247 m2