Archive for the ‘Farm House’ Category
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
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Article source: Patterson Associates
This is a robust structure, designed to form the centre piece of a remote, symmetrical and thundering surf beach. It is sited on one of New Zealand’s iconic coastal sheep and cattle stations and is intended as a farm experience for family groups up to 12 people.
Image Courtesy © Greg McKenzie
- Architects: Patterson Associates
- Project: Annandale Scrubby Bay
- Location: Pigeon Bay, Banks Peninsula, Christchurch, New Zealand
- Photography: Stephen Goodenough, Simon Devitt and Greg McKenzie
- Client: Mark & Jacqui Palmer
- Team: Davor Popadich, Grant Scurr
- Builder: Hoogervorst Builders
- Engineer: Tyndall & Associates
- Start Date: 2009
- Completion Date: 2013
Sunday, August 21st, 2016
Article source: Andrew Trotter
Masseria Moroseta: a white stone farmhouse standing proudly on the ridge with views across the olive trees to the sea.
Built using traditional techniques and local materials, the modern architecture is influenced by masserie (farmhouses) of the past. Set in five hectares of olive groves with trees up to 500 years old, Masseria Moroseta is an enclave of pared-down relaxation and rural simplicity.
Image Courtesy © Salva Lopez
- Architects: Andrew Trotter
- Project: Masseria Moroseta
- Location: Ostuni, Italy
- Photography: Salva Lopez
- Software used: Autocad
Friday, May 27th, 2016
Article source: McIntosh Poris Associates
McIntosh Poris Associates transformed a 1,900-square-foot historic farmhouse, maintaining its blend of existing raw and rustic details, and refreshing others for a contemporary feeling. A consistent palette of materials includes solid-wood floors, crisp white walls, original molding refinished in black, and neutral-toned furniture. Local artists and crafters created much of the furniture from re-used and salvaged industrial materials.
Image Courtesy © Brett Mountain
- Architects: McIntosh Poris Associates
- Project: Birmingham Renovation
- Location: Michigan, USA
- Photography: Brett Mountain
- Size: 1,900 square feet
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Article source: Montserrat Nogués architect
From a listed farmhouse in a ruinous estate, located in the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone in the region of Garrotxa, it is rebuilt and extended the farmhouse Can Calau.
Image Courtesy © Marc Torra
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
Article source: LINK Architects
Inspired by the original 19th Century design, a rundown farmhouse on the east side of the River Glomma – Norway’s longest and largest river – has been brought into the 21st Century by LINK Architects.
Image Courtesy © HUNDVEN-CLEMENTS_PHOTOGRAPHY
- Architects: LINK Architects
- Project: Contemporary design for traditional farmhouse
- Location: Glomma River, Norway
- Photography: Hundven-Clements_Photography
Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
Article source: OfAA– Office For Appropriate Architecture
‘Suitable Farmhouse’ is a villa for a mid 40 year old couple who decided to return to their hometown to live with their 80 year-old mother. The villa is intended to provide two individual households under one roof because each party has been upholding their own lifestyles for a long time. Two main private spaces are designed as two independent studios and they are located in opposite corners of the house. The mother has an active lifestyle, where she frequently comes and goes, while the couple is more introverted and reclusive, preferring to stay home, cook, and watch movies. The mother enjoys spending the majority of her time tending to the garden, while the couple enjoys inviting guests with whom to cook and entertain. These two varying sets of influence help to shape the design of this farmhouse.
Image Courtesy © HyoChel Hwang
- Architects: OfAA – Office For Appropriate Architecture (Zooyoun Yoon)
- Project: Suitable Farmhouse
- Location: Chungyang-gun,Chungnam,South Korea
- Photography: HyoChel Hwang
- Software used: Vray, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Adobe
- Structure: Base – concrete mat, wood structure
- Exterior Finish: Stucco Flex
- Interior Finish: Silk wall paper, wood flooring
- Landscape Consulation: Janghum Kim
- Contruction: EDENHEiM Contruction Inc.
- Site Area: 1,702 m2
- Building Area: 97.65 sqm (house) 33.96 sqm (garage)
- Gross Floor Area: 131.61 sqm
- Height: 3m (1F, attic)
- Project Year: 2015
Thursday, December 10th, 2015
Article source: ALLESWIRDGUT ARCHITEKTUR ZT GMBH
Situated near Eisenstadt, Burgenland, just beyond the Esterházy winery, is the historic dairy farmhouse of Trausdorf. Until not long ago, the entire estate lay in hibernation, somewhere between agricultural use and dilapidation.In 2012, the Esterházy Foundation held a design competition – in which AllesWirdGut came out winning – for the repurposing and conversion of the architectural ensemble. The first phase of the revitalization is started in 2015 with the former servants’ quarters being reconfigured by AllesWirdGut (architecture) and Mobimenti (interior design) into a function hall for the neighboring winery.
Image Courtesy © AllesWirdGut / Guilherme Silva Da Rosa
- Architects: ALLESWIRDGUT ARCHITEKTUR ZT GMBH
- Project: Revitalized Dairy Farmhouse
- Location: Trausdorf, Burgenland, Austria
- Photography: Guilherme Silva Da Rosa
- Team: Jan Schröder, Paula Groß, Harald Groll, Jakub Klíma, Eva Bírová
- HVAC: ZENTRAPLAN Planungsges.m.b.
- Interior architecture: MOBIMENTI
- Structural Physics: Dipl.-Ing. IankoIvanov
- Statics: Simon-Fischer ZT-GmbH
- Client: EsterházyWien GmbH (more…)