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C2 House in Slovakia by ARCHITEKTI mikulaj & mikulajova

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Article source: ARCHITEKTI mikulaj & mikulajova

C2 House represents a family living in a quiet green neighbourhood for people who like spending their free time outdoors all year long. The main idea is the diffusion of spaces within the house and the garden. The atrium with a fireplace and a summer kitchen becomes the core of the family life.

Image Courtesy © Pato Safko

  • Architects: ARCHITEKTI mikulaj & mikulajova
  • Project: C2 House
  • Location: Slovakia
  • Photography: Pato Safko
  • Structural Engineer: Dipl. Ing. Jozef Baran
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 447 m2
  • Completion Year: 2016


House XL in Slovenia by SoNo arhitekti

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Article source: SoNo arhitekti

Family Villa XL is located on the outskirts of a new residential area and it is designed for a large family of seven. Area is dominated by typical Slovenian urban / rural landscape, that is why the design paraphrases the surrounding typical architectural elements . The house is conceptually formed from two mutually parallel volumes and one connecting volume, which is placed perpendicularly to the other two. All the volumes are elongated with symmetrical gable roofs. Shortest volume is extended into a roofed carport.

Image Courtesy © Žiga Lovšin

  • Architects: SoNo arhitekti
  • Project: House XL
  • Location: Slovenia
  • Photography: Žiga Lovšin
  • Site Area: 1780 m2
  • Net Area: 410 m2
  • Year of Conclusion: 2016


House in Nishimatsugaoka, Japan by arbol

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Article source: arbol

The client would like to raise an independent and inventive child, enjoy a kitchen garden in a broad yard, live in a house which could adapt to the change of family structure, and their interests. To make those requests happen, the client have moved to the suburbs, and this house was built with various creative ideas.

Image Courtesy © Yashunori Shimomura

  • Architects: arbol
  • Project: House in Nishimatsugaoka
  • Location: Nishimatsugaoka, Nara, Japan
  • Photography: Yashunori Shimomura
  • Client: Couple + 1 Child
  • Builder: Kimura Corporation
  • Site Area: 304.44 ㎡
  • Total Floor: 98.83 ㎡
  • 1st Floor: 61.70 ㎡
  • 2nd Floor: 37.13 ㎡
  • Period: 2017 Jan – 2017 July


Two-in-One House in Ekeberglia, Norway by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

Article source: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS

The Two-in-One House is a calm piece of architecture resting on the steep and dynamic landscape of Ekeberglia. Its slender and rectangular form is manifested at the top of the sloping landscape.  From a concrete base, the building grows with a wooden clad body forming relation with the omnipresence of broadleaf trees surrounding the building topped with a light glass structure.

Image Courtesy © Ivar Kvaal

  • Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter AS
  • Project: Two-in-One House
  • Location: Ekeberglia, Norway
  • Photography: Ivar Kvaal
  • Commission Type: Direct Commission (2011)
  • Size: 525 m2
  • Status: Completed (2017)


Double Bay in Sydney, Australia by SAOTA

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

Article source: SAOTA

A youthful yet sophisticated contemporary family dwelling on the Sydney Harbour shore

Set in a north-facing cove in Sydney’s vast natural harbour, the site borders a recreational park and a public pier which juts out into the bay. This element forms one axis for the site whilst a pristine beach, directly in front of the site, forms another.

Image Courtesy © Adam Letch

  • Architects: SAOTA
  • Project: Double Bay
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Photography: Adam Letch
  • Project Team: Philip Olmesdahl, Erin Gibbs & Duke Williams
  • Architects in Association: Tanner Kibble Denton Architects (TKD)
  • Interior Design: ARRCC
  • Contractor: Horizon


North Fork Bay House in New York City by Resolution: 4 Architecture

Sunday, June 17th, 2018

Article source: Resolution: 4 Architecture

With direct access to Great Peconic Bay, this prefab beach house is designed to be a weekend retreat for a young Brooklyn family of four, and seasonal residence for the client’s Florida-based parents. The prefabricated modules are set atop the site-built steel frame, allowing for views of the bay as one arrives via the long, tree-lined gravel drive. While the house is not technically within a FEMA-designated flood zone, the strategy of lifting the house is a direct response to the client’s concerns about potential flooding in the future. Simultaneously, this strategy provides outstanding views of the bay from the main level, while creating shaded and sheltered outdoor space below the house for parking, lounging, and woodworking—including the grandfather’s latest project: building a small sailboat.

Image Courtesy © Resolution: 4 Architecture

  • Architects: Resolution: 4 Architecture
  • Project: North Fork Bay House
  • Location: Laurel, New York, USA
  • Partners: Joseph Tanney and Robert Luntz
  • Project Architect: Jonathan Tucker; Project Team: Patty Clayton
  • Contractor: Teresi Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Dominick R. Pilla Associates
  • Built Area: 1,650 sq. ft.
  • Completion Year: 2015


House in Ahuehuetes Sur, Mexico by Taller David Dana

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Article source: Taller David Dana

This project is divided into six platforms that invite nature to be an essential part of the interior spaces at all times. Based on the needs that were defined by the users and the constrains of the terrain, it was agreed to project all private areas in the highest floors and the common areas in the lower floors.

Image Courtesy © Taller David Dana

  • Architects: Taller David Dana
  • Project: House in Ahuehuetes Sur
  • Location: Ahuehuetes Sur, Mexico City, Mexico


House Brotero in Lisboa, Portugal by phdd arquitectos

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Article source: phdd arquitectos

In a neighbourhood of small buildings this project was always developed with the intention of a careful integration of the house in the local context.

For the street the house is revealed like a small traditional volume, with roof tiles and typical sized windows with local stone, setting the relationship with the scale of the neighbourhood.

This volume is attached to another one exposed as a big wall, without any openings, where the main social areas of the house open to the garden in the back.

Image Courtesy © Francisco Nogueira

  • Architects: phdd arquitectos
  • Project: House Brotero
  • Location: Lisboa, Portugal
  • Photography: Francisco Nogueira
  • Area: 400 m2
  • Project Year: 2017


L-House in Linden, Australia by ASA – Alexander Symes Architect

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Article source: ASA – Alexander Symes Architect

Perched on the eastern spur of Linden in the lower Blue Mountains, sat a project home partially completed in 2003. The new owners, a young couple, decided after suffering through several cold winters that it was time to renovate the house into a thermally comfortable family home.

The clients originally wanted to maintain the two existing pavilions: one for guest accommodation and the other for ancillary spaces and create a new dwelling to the east, increasing floor space to accommodate a family and capture the surrounding bushland and easterly views across the Sydney basin to the harbour and city.

Image Courtesy © ASA – Alexander Symes Architect


gré Square House in Shizuoka, Japan by suzuki architects

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Article source: suzuki architects

This combined home and business sits on the skirts of Nihondaira, a hilly area just outside central Shizuoka City. The neighborhood is a mixture of large old farmhouses, tea fields, and new housing developments, with small shops nestled into the laid-back surroundings.The streets curve slightly as they climb gently toward the hills, as if they were built on top of the old paths between fields.They lead, too, to openings where Mt. Fuji suddenly comes into view. It is in just such a spot that this house is located.

Image Courtesy © Kenta Hasegawa

  • Architects: suzuki architects
  • Project: gré Square House
  • Location: Shizuoka-City, Shizuoka, Japan
  • Photography: Kenta Hasegawa
  • Lead Architects:  Hisako Yamamura + Kosuke Suzuki / suzuki architects
  • Structural Design: Seiji Ohkawa / soso
  • Consultants: Kuwataka Kensetsu Co.,ltd
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot) : 79.45 square meters


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