Archive for the ‘Farm House’ Category
Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
Article source: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Inspired by both agricultural buildings in the area as well as a hundred years of the site as orchard and farm, the Orchard house utilizes simple forms, materials and minimal details to create a weekend retreat and reprieve for the owners and their family.
A meandering drive through meadow fields leads to a semi-public entry garden where cars are kept at a distance and the structure offers only glimpses of life within; visible through a louvered sunscreen wall and the strategically placed punctures that frame precise views of the gardens and distant farm fields.
Image Courtesy © Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Article source: Arnau Vergés Tejero – Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura
The internal refurbishing of a farm barn, so that a new generation of farmers can live there, grows to the point of becoming this zoning ordinance project. Such process will lead us to think about the set of huts, sheds, walls and paths which have settled in country houses through the years, and now we need to understand before we work on them, as there has been so little, maybe nothing, done in vain. A set of parts which have shaped the area, corners and tiny squares with the romantic essence of small towns.
Image Courtesy © Marc Torra Ferrer
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014
Article source: Ciclostile Architettura
Podere Navigliano is an antique tuscan farmhouse in the heart of Sienese Clays where nature and history are the undisputed protagonists. This project is the evolution of thought Smallness which characterized all previous projects of the office.
In this case especially the materials but also the attention to the historical context and the environment are at the heart of the project; the reinterpretation of traditional elements has allowed to find a new language, a new aesthetic inseparably linked to the tradition.
Image Courtesy © Fabio Mantovani
- Architects: Ciclostile Arctettura
- Project: PODERE NAVIGLIANO
- Photography: Fabio Mantovani
- Interior: Edoardo Morelli
- Landscape: Arch. Paolo Pejrone
- Structure: EN7
- Thermal installations: Ing. Massimiliano Marchesini
- Electrical installations: Ing. Luca Nanni
Friday, November 21st, 2014
Article source: Atelier Vens Vanbelle
The property is situated at the back on the plot and originally consisted of a typical old farmhouse and an extension dating from the 90s, with a distinct architecture: a fully glazed facade, with a curved shape in plan, with a roof which consists of several parallel smaller roofs. The clash of these two building typologies is a strange thing. This house had become too small for the residents, so there was a need for an extra bedroom, bathroom and if feasible also an enclosed entrance hall.
Image Courtesy © Tim Van de Velde
Sunday, November 9th, 2014
Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
The following interior design was realized for a restaurant built on a farm surrounded by a lush forest.
Since the menu is characterized by the fact that dairy products, such as cheese and yogurt, made from fresh milk produced on-site at the dairy farm is used in each and all of their dishes, we were tasked with providing a space to attractively showcase said menu by evoking the imagery associated with the power of fresh ingredients and the natural setting of the forest surrounding the farm on which these quality products are made throughout the entire space.
full view, Image Courtesy © Atsushi ishida
- Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
- Project: Dream Dairy Farm Restaurant
- Location: chiba, Japan
- Photography: Atsushi ishida
- Area: 75sqm
- Client: narita dream dairy farm
- Completion: August 2014
- Ceiling: timber,resin boards ,painted board
- Floor: wood
- Wall: special painted drywall,wood
Monday, September 8th, 2014
Article source: GASS Architecture Studios
Situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountains in Stellenbosch and nestled between rolling vineyards, a koppie (small granite hill) and a river below, Hillside is simultaneously arresting and juxtaposed as fits flawlessly into its surroundings. You approach the house up a steep driveway meandering through the vineyards. The driveway and the forecourt are a modern interpretation of a traditional farmhouse. This is characterized overall by the planning of the house’s location but also more specifically by the gravel driveway, expansive forecourt, drive-in open garaging reminiscent of a barn and water feature evocative of an animal’s drinking trough. This modern drinking trough is then fed by a modernist architectural waterspout from the roof of the house.
Image Courtesy © Kate Del Fante Scott
- Architects: GASS Architecture Studios
- Project: HILLSIDE
- Location: Stellenbosch, South Africa
- Photography: Kate Del Fante Scott
- Main Contractor/ Builder: Christo Kaufmann of PR Homes
- Quantity surveyors: QEAS Quantity Surveyors
- Engineers: GOBA Consulting Engineers
- Landscaping: Plant Culture
- Joinery: GASSNER
- Doors and Windows: Status Aluminium
- Timber floors: Oggie Flooring
- Home Owners: Kay and Rupert and children: Alex, 23, Charlotte, 22 and Isobella, 8
- Text by: Jean-Pierre de la Chaumette
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Article source: CWB Architects
The Owner’s were looking for a modern farmhouse to replace the small existing cottage on a 6.8-acre parcel they purchased in Upstate New York. This 2,700 square foot, solar powered home was the result of the Owner’s vision for a home connected to the landscape, the aspect they valued most about the site.
Image Courtesy © Rachael L. Stollar
- Architects: CWB Architects
- Project: Bug Acres of Woodstock
- Location: Upstate, New York
- Photography: Rachael L. Stollar
- Software used: Vectorworks, Mac-based drafting software
Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Article source: Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd
The Client (Builder by profession) wanted to develop his plot in affluent south Delhi neighbourhood as a Weekend \”Home / Farm House\”. The requirement of the client was two bedrooms with attached toilets, living room, dining room and kitchen on the ground level only. However he added a extra room with attached toilet for guest on first floor.
Image Courtesy © Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd
- Architects: Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd
- Project: Chattarpur Farm House
- Location: Mehrauli Delhi, India
- Site Area: 1150 Sq m
- Constructed area: 2500 sq foots
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
Article source: Casagrande Laboratory
Ultra-Ruin is a wooden architectural organism that is growing from the ruins of an abandoned red brick farmhouse in the meeting place of terraced farms and jungle. The weak architecture follows the principles of Open Form and is improvised on the site based on instincts reacting on the presence of jungle, ruin and local knowledge.
Image Courtesy © AdDa Zei
- Architects: Casagrande Laboratory
- Project: ULTRA-RUIN
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Photography: AdDa Zei
- Project Manager: Nikita Wu
- C-LAB team: Frank Chen, Yu-Chen Chiu
- Site: ruin of an abandoned farm house and surrounding terraced farms
- Interior space: 210 m2
- Terraces: 520 m2
- Materials: Mahogany, Zelkova, Camphor, Taiwan Cypress, bronze, steel, stone, brick
- Completed: 2013
Thursday, February 20th, 2014
Article source: DAAD Architecten
In collaboration with Van Paridon X de Groot landscape architects, DAAD Architects has designed Natuurderij KeizersRande for Stichting IJssellandschap. This biodynamic dairy farm, which also has a public and educational function, is located at an extraordinary spot along the IJssel near Diepenveen, where the lower and higher floodplains meet. The design allows the grounds to be flooded. Natuurderij KeizersRande is an extension of the existing KeizersRande estate.
Image Courtesy © Rob de Jong
- Architects: DAAD Architecten
- Project: NATUURDERIJ KEIZERSRANDE: MOUND IN THE FLOODPLAINS
- Location: Diepenveen, The Netherlands
- Photography: Rob de Jong
- Software used: Vectorworks and Archicad.
- Realisation: 2013
- Design: DAAD Architecten
- Landscape design: Van Paridon x de Groot
- Client farm: Stichting IJssellandschap
- Client mound: Rijkswaterstaat (program: Room for the River)
- Building contractor: Niehof
- Contractor mound and river forelands: Combination IJsselfront (Boskalis en Van Hattum en Blankevoort, advies Witteveen+Bos)
- Engineer: DLV