Archive for the ‘Guest House’ Category
Sunday, May 17th, 2015
Article source: Gustavo Guimarães Lda.
Love is an act of construction.
Miss’Opo is born from the desire to transport the Joy of intimacy to a more comprehensive life project, one of a public nature.
The Programme, six apartments, a restaurant space, a foyer/shop/gallery, a multipurpose space and technical areas are distributed throughout the building as if rooms in an old house.
Image Courtesy © Carlos Trancoso, Mariana Lopes
- Architects: Gustavo Guimarães Lda.
- Project: MISS’OPO Guest House
- Location: Oporto, Portugal
- Photography: Carlos Trancoso, Mariana Lopes
- Team: Cláudia Reis, Teresa Bento, Miguel Fernandes, Carla Cruz
- Client: Miss’Opo
- Fire Engineering: GPIC, MEW (Mechanical, ELEC, Water) GPIC, Fernanda Valente
- Program: Guest House&Restaurant (760 square meters)
- Awards: Selected for the 1st edition of “Respect for Architecture” Oporto 2012
- Status: Built
- Year: 2010/2012
Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
Article source: SPARCH SAKELLARIDOU/PAPANIKOLAOU ARCHITECTS
The goal is to transform the site into a hospitality experience, the feeling of space and program into the art of experience, the actions into a viable and flexible development program.
The border: The listed buildings demarcate the central outdoor space with their shape, they accumulate the cultural activities, touristic infrastructure, hospitality, relaxation and entertainment programs (Interactive Museum, Agri-tourism, Baths, Accommodation). The enhancement of uses with reversible constructions of (container) type in a discreet relationship with the listed buildings reinforces the concept of limit and functions as a transitional element from and to the central area (Central Square), into the diffusion area (Natural Element).
General Νight View, Image Courtesy © sparch Sakellaridou/ Papanikolaou Architects & Ch. Marathovouniotis
- Architects: SPARCH SAKELLARIDOU/PAPANIKOLAOU ARCHITECTS
- Project: Germanina Agriculture Farm
- Location: Cyprus
- Architectural design: Rena Sakellaridou, Morpho Papanikolaou (Sparch Architechts) and Christos Marathovouniotis
- Collaborators: N. Apergis, I. Kloni, E. Papaevangelou, V. Arvanitis, V. Yiannakis, M. Chatziioannidou (Phase A), Papaevangelou, G. Papanikolaou (Phase B)
- Students of architecture: G. Kontominas, I. Tatli, S. Stylidis (Phase B)
- Consultans: P. Kinato s, I. Pagonis, K. Polychronopoulos (Civil Engineers), I. Papagrigorakis (Mechanical Engineer), A. Tabathani (Electrical Engineer), A. Agisilaos (Surveyor Engineer), S. Barbarian (Landscape Architect)
- 2nd PRIZE, International Architectural Competition in two Phases, 2011 & 2013
Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
Article source: Serge Schoemaker Architects
The Garden Studio in Bussum involves the design and construction of a freestanding shed in a private garden that functions as a study, guest accommodation and storage. The challenge to fit a relatively large structure in a long, narrow garden resulted in an elongated plan. A geometric form entirely clad in shingles, combined with the transparent corner and rotated siting at the rear of the garden lends the studio a distinct presence and identity.
Image Courtesy © Raoul Kramer
- Architects: Serge Schoemaker Architects
- Project: Bussum Garden Studio
- Location: Bussum, Netherlands
- Photography: Raoul Kramer
- Team: Serge Schoemaker. Beatrice Nespega
- Client: Private
- Program: Residential
- Gross Floor Area: 30m2
- Status: Completed (2014)
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
Article source: Veszprémi Építész Műhely
Mill Kopácsy is located at the most beautiful area of Veszprém, in the valley of stream Séd.
1.The history of the building’s architecture
Where the current mill takes its place there probably had been one already in the middle ages.
The first report that proves the earliest existence of the mill is from 1765, which we found in the protocol of the city, Veszprém. There is also a note about the building in a fifteen years younger map. We also know that its name was already Kopácsy in the 1830’s, and that it had three water-wheels. There is also a map from 1857 which contains the mill, but the L figured building does not have yet some parts we know nowadays, because they were built later on. In the 1950s the building was socialized and private homes were settled in the main building and the outhouses as well. Then, in the 1980’s, the building was used as a tailoring and as a locker. Because the appliances were heavy, the wooden frame was enforced with steel, so that it became strong enough. After the tailoring had been given up the building was standing being empty and rusty for a pretty long term.
The building’s frontage which faces the street is classicist. The other fronts of it are simple plastered walls, with some scattered windows on them, and the building has the signs that it was rebuilt more times.
Image Courtesy © Dávid Kovács
- Architects: Veszprémi Építész Műhely
- Project: Reconstruction and expansion of Mill Kopácsy
- Location: Veszprém, Hungary
- Photography: Dávid Kovács
- Software used: ArchiCad
- Architect Team: Zsolt Kovács, Jana Beránková, Dávid Kovács, Gábor Gaschler, Ágoston Barkács
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Article source: Dom – arquitectura
The existing volume could not be changed, so we adapt the guest house program to it.
First of all we covered with insulation and waterproofing the roof, and then we did the same with the facades and interior space.
The idea is to open the inside space to outside, so the users could be available to enjoy the large garden with views. The cover is extended with a new wicker pergola with iron structure, so we can increase the terrace space and visitors will be more in touch with the garden, the nature and the orchard.
Image Courtesy © Dom – arquitectura
- Architects: Dom – arquitectura (Pablo Serrano Elorduy)
- Project: Mountain Guest House
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Software used: Autocad
- Interior Designer: Blanca Elorduy
- Collaborators: Pablo Carroggio
- Surface: 65 m2
Saturday, October 4th, 2014
Article source: WeNew Innovation
The Urban Spa was created exploring the thematic and symbols found on the streets. This is a business model for the young entrepreneur, between 25 to 40 years, which corresponds to 35% of the growth of companies in Brazil.
The idea is to have a space that provides a new look and contemporary tools of wellness & well being to help these new entrepreneurs to better cope with their stressful work demand. In this project, the Luxury found in most spas gives room to a more stripped and irreverent kind of spa.
Image Courtesy © Guilherme Tamburus
- Architects: WeNew Innovation
- Project: Urban Spa
- Location: Equipotel Fair, São Paulo (Brazil)
- Photography: Guilherme Tamburus
- Execution: Linea Cesplan, São Paulo (Brazil)
Saturday, June 28th, 2014
Article source: AATA ARQUITECTOS ASOCIADOS
The requirement of the client was consisting of a small cabin for guests.
It was thought as an element that stands on the ground with almost no intervention of it. For the same reason it was thought in 2 stories. That way less surface deals with the ground.
The project is a 540cm cube (exterior measure) of wooden structure with two stories inside.
Image Courtesy © impulsando.com
- Architects: AATA ARQUITECTOS ASOCIADOS
- Project: Guest House
- Location: Navidad, Chile
- Photography: impulsando.com
- Owner: Mario Cerda Sepúlveda
- Year of Project: 2005
- Construction: Carlos Vidal
- Year of Construction: 2006
- Surface: 26m2 useful
- Cost: 15800 €
Sunday, December 15th, 2013
Article source: APOLLO Architects & Associates
This three-story residence is designed to function not only as a house but as a guesthouse that occasionally accommodates foreign guests and exchange students. It is made of concrete using wood formworks composed of 40mm-wide cedar. The authentic and solid materiality of concrete is contrasted by sharp stainless steel louvers covering the second floor window, and this facade gives a touch of elegance to the streetscape of the neighborhood. Louvers effectively provide security and privacy at the same time.
Image Courtesy © Masao Nishikawa
- Architects: APOLLO Architects & Associates
- Project: CALM House
- Location: Bunkyo ward, Tokyo
- Photography: Masao Nishikawa
- Architect: Satoshi Kurosaki
- Date of Completion: April 2013
- Principal Use: Private Housing
- Structure: Reinforced Concrete
- Site Area: 125.81m2
- Building Area: 88.05m2
- Total Floor Area: 225.67m2(70.55m2/1F, 74.53m2/2F,73.67m2/3F,6.92m2/PHF)
- Structure Engineers: Masaki Structure (Kenta Masaki)
- Facility Engineers: Shimada Architects (Zenei Shimada)
- Construction: MaekawaConstruction
Tuesday, September 10th, 2013
Article source: J. M. Carvalho Araújo, Arquitectura e Design S.A.
Answering the request for the conception and design for a Gourmet Restaurant, we developed the project with the idea of a Guesthouse, private equipment as complement of the first. The group intends to relate to the wine production, and to frame this investment in a global brand strategy, instead of an isolated act in the territory.
Image Courtesy © Hugo Carvalho Araújo
- Architects: J. M. Carvalho Araújo, Arquitectura e Design S.A
- Project: De Lemos
- Location: Viseu, Portugal
- Photography: Hugo Carvalho Araújo
- Team: José Manuel Carvalho Araújo, Joel Moniz, Sandra Ferreira, Emanuel de Sousa, Ana Vilar, André Santos, Liliana Costa, Nuno Vieira, Pedro Mendes, Carlos Santos, José João Santos, Leandro Silva.
- Client: Celso de Lemos Esteves.
- Date: 2007 – 2012.
- Latitude: 40º 34’ 40.8504” N
- Longitude: 7º 58’ 51.963” W
- Landscape: JBJC – João Bicho e Joana Carneiro, Arquitectura Paisagista, Lda.
- Interior Architecture: Nini Andrade Silva.
- Engineering, management and supervision: Eng.º Carlos Pires.
- Contractor: Eduardo Oliveira Irmãos, Lda.
Friday, May 24th, 2013
Article source: SMNG-A Architects
The original 1,100 square main house was completed in 1986 as a weekend retreat. A writer’s studio was competed in 2002. The guest house was completed in 2012 and provides private space for guests and a remote study for the owner.The form of the guest house was inspired by an Anselm Kiefer painting.
Image Courtesy SMNG-A Architects
- Architects: SMNG-A Architects
- Project: Guest House
- Location: Lakeside, Michigan, USA
- Building Area: 448 square feet
- Construction Cost: $100,000
- Software used: None. Drawn freehand with graphite pencil on 1000H vellum