Archive for the ‘Farm House’ Category
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
Saturday, February 15th, 2014
Article source: Jeffery S. Poss, Architect
A spring 2012 graduate architecture studio focused on the design and development of a “Wash/Pack Pavilion” for the campus’ Sustainable Student Farm. The farm was initiated in 2009 to promote alternative growing practices and sustainable agriculture research. The project continues as a research endeavor.
Image Courtesy © Jeffery S. Poss, Architect
- Architects: Jeffery S. Poss, Architect
- Project: Wash/Pack Pavilion
- Location: Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Research Project: 2012
- Expected Completion: 2014
- Research Assitants: Jordan Buckner, William Burdell, Meagan Calnon, David Emmons, Charles Huss, Daniel Jeuk, Ethan Rattray, Fadi Salem
Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
Article source: Studio Farris Architects
Studio Farris Architects was commissioned to convert both house and stables of an 18th century farm located in Lennik, a small town in an agricultural area close to Brussels, into a single family house.
The family’s wish was to get as much natural light as possible to enter the house while maintaining its authentic charm.
Image Courtesy © Johan Jacobs
- Architects: Studio Farris Architects
- Project: Farmhouse
- Location: Lennik, Belgium
- Photography: Johan Jacobs, Tim Van de Velde
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
Article source: Design Insight Inc.
Image Courtesy © Craig Caulfield
- 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.
Thursday, October 24th, 2013
Article source: Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura
La Carrera is a farmhouse dating from the seventeenth century. It consists of a different buildings collection with the house and the cottage as the most representative.
The task of solving the project required the creation of a new home at the farm house barn for the young generation of the Carrera’s family, but our intervention also sought to dignify around the farm and its access.
Image Courtesy © Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura
- Architects: Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura
- Project: CARRERA’S FARMHOUSE BARN
- Location: La Vall d’en Bas, Spain
- Photography: Arnau Estudi d’Arquitectura
- Construction years: 2011
Saturday, October 19th, 2013
Article source: Bates Masi Architects
This residence is primarily used when the clients’ extended family comes from England for long visits. They come to relax and to reconnect with their family and with nature, away from city crowds and traffic, at a retreat they neither want nor need to leave for a month.
Image Courtesy © Michael Moran
- Architects: Bates Masi Architects
- Project: Northwest Peach Farm
- Location: East Hampton, NY, U.S.A
- Photography: Michael Moran
- Clients: Larry Bellone & Sarah Smith
- Structural Engineer: Steven L. Maresca
Thursday, September 26th, 2013
Article source: Smertnik Kraut Architekten
The estate and the farmhouse with adjacent forest have been in the family’s property for a long time before the decision was made to construct a summer residence. The actual residential building of the farm was too small by the size for the family. The barn in the close proximity was therefor large enough.
Image Courtesy © Josef Mandl
- Architects: Smertnik Kraut Architekten
- Project: ALPL
- Location: Alpl-Styria, Austria
- Photography: Josef Mandl
- Typology: Residential
- Area: 332 sqm
- Site Area: 165.223 sqm
- Year: 2008
- Design & Project Team: Richard Smertnik
- Software used: Archicad
Saturday, September 7th, 2013
Article source: Casey Brown Architecture
Located on the edge of the coastal escarpment south of Sydney, the site enjoys beautiful views of rolling green hills and a distant panorama to the sea. The clients brief sought a new country residence with private guest accommodation and large entertaining areas. A microclimate of heavy rains, strong winds and western sun had to be addressed, coupled with the need for the new works to sit comfortably within the established character of a complex of existing buildings.
Image Courtesy © Patrick Bingham-Hall
- Architects: Casey Brown Architecture
- Project: Jamberoo Farm House
- Location: South of Sydney
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- Photography: Patrick Bingham-Hall
Thursday, September 5th, 2013
Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
The following interior design was realized for a retail store of a company which runs its own dairy farm, featuring products, such as dairy products, sweets and bread, made using milk form said farm as the main ingredient.
Full View, Image Courtesy © Atsushi Ishida, Nacasa & Partners
- Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
- Project: DREAM DAIRY FARM
- Location: Chiba, Japan
- Photography: Atsushi Ishida, Nacasa & Partners
- Use: shop
- Area: 86sqm
- Client: narita dream dairy farm
- Constructor: aslego
- Completion : 2013.7
Saturday, August 31st, 2013
Article source: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
The old farm house comprises five buildings and is located on a unique site in close proximity to the Gaasbeek Castle. What strategy needs to be developed to revive a dilapidated building without reconstructing it in a nostalgic manner? The decisive question is how such a homestead can be adapted to modern housing requirements without destroying its agricultural character.
Image Courtesy © LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
- Architects: LENS°ASS ARCHITECTEN
- Project: Rabbit Hole
- Location: Gaasbeek, Belgium
- Photography: Philippe van Gelooven, Bieke Claessens, Andri Haflidason