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The House of the Beams in Huesca, Spain by CSLS Arquitectes

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: CSLS Arquitectes

An attic built in Huesca city in 1965 was the object of the study. The need of living and working simultaneously in the same space and solving the difficult relation between the different programmes is an exercice that connects perfectly with the nowadays social needs.

Image courtesy CSLS arquitectes 

  • Architects: CSLS Arquitectes
  • Project: The House of the Beams
  • Location: Huesca, Spain
  • Software used: AutoCAD to draw

Facing Saint Peter in Rome, Italy by arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

Rome – Beyond the glass is Rome, the songs and postcards. There is the atmosphere and the irresistible charm of the capital, is its urban rhythm and then there are the buildings. The context of the setting of this house is the Umbertine quarter of Prati, near the Vatican. The setting planimetric is stiff, typical of the dwellings in this area: entrance, corridor, culminating at the end of the kitchen and the bedroom. In one of these buildings Colavita family lives, better known, especially in the United States, such as “lords of the oil.” “We are a mature couple” – said with a slight smile the owner – and both me and my husband wanted to end up in a home intimate and reassuring that it was neither too much nor too contemporary classic.

View of the living area : Image Courtesy © Gianni Franchellucci 

  • Architects: arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia
  • Project: Facing Saint Peter in Rome
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Gianni Franchellucci
  • Software used: AutoCAD and PhotoShop

Albatross in Mermaid Beach, QLD Australia by BGD Architects

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: BGD Architects

Situated on an exclusive residential street, with only one neighbouring property to the north, the site adjoins extensive park to the south and absolute beachfront to the east.  The residence successfully achieves its own oasis, by capturing beachfront vista and access whilst maintaining a private yet expansive pool and entertaining core.

Image Courtesy © Remco Jansen

  • Architects: BGD Architects
  • Project: Albatross
  • Location: Mermaid Beach, QLD Australia
  • Photography: Studio Ultra – Remco Jansen
  • Team: Bayden Goddard, Peter Fraser, Ion Chiet, Aaron Beattie
  • Interior Designers: Sonia Hill, BGD Architects, Edge Design & Interiors, POD (FF&E)
  • Structural Engineering: Cozens Regan Williams Prove
  • Lighting Design: Tony Dowthwaite Lighting Design
  • Landscape: Nerocane
  • Building Services: MDA Consulting Engineers
  • Completed: 2008
  • Area: 1500sqm
  • Software used:  Autocad for 2d. Sketchup for 3d


Casa N/S in Bergamo, Italy by dep studio – architettura e design

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: dep studio – architettura e design

Casa N/S lies in the immediate vicinity of the old town of a village in the province of Bergamo. The plot is located in an area characterized by buildings without any great architectonic value, something that has made the architects decide to distinguish the building from its surroundings. The customer’s desire to build a home to leave to his children in the future has led to the realization of a building with two identical and independent units that share a number of facilities, as the tavern, the cellars, the garage and the garden.

Image Courtesy dep studio – architettura e design 

Casa FP in Zapopan, Jalisco by TaAG Arquitectura

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: TaAG Arquitectura

The project is developed in a splendid land of 800 m2 with a small gap in a heavily wooded area of Zapopan. The project is solved in two parallel parts to the side and back easements to release most of the land for a terrace and a large garden on which the views of the house are mixed. Taking advantage of the natural slope of the land a half-basement is proposed for the large garage requested for the client.

Image Courtesy TaAG Arquitectura

  • Architects: TaAG Arquitectura
  • Project: Casa FP 
  • Location: Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico


Fitzroy North House in Victoria, Australia by Nic Owen Architects

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Article source: Nic Owen Architects

Nic Owen Architects are a small emerging architectural practice located in the heart of Carlton, Victoria, Australia. We are committed to creating architecture that is a joy to inhabit through the treatment of space, form, materials and light. The practice specialises in residential architecture, which responds to each individual site and environment, creating unique and elegant forms that contribute to the wider community and make a difference to our visual landscape. We aim to create environmentally responsible architecture that is stimulating to experience whilst standing the test of time.

Image Courtesy © Rhiannon Slatter

  • Architects: Nic Owen Architects
  • Project: Fitzroy North House
  • Location: Fitzroy North, Victoria, Australia
  • Photography: Rhiannon Slatter
  • Land size: 150m2
  • Total build size: 147m2 (ground & 1st)
  • Builder: Kleev homes


Desert H House in Marana, Arizona by Secrest Architecture

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Article source: Secrest Architecture

Desert H House Is A 3500 s.f. residence, designed by Tucson based architects Secrest Architecture in Marana, Arizona. The residence is to be built in phases containing 3 bedrooms, 4 baths and one detached studio/guestroom, to be located in Marana, Arizona near Dove Mountain and the Gallery Golf course. The house is a study of taking a smaller residence and creating exterior spaces that become extensions of both the interior and the surrounding desert. The exterior spaces take advantage of the desert climate and lifestyle, adding to the livable square footage of the house and strengthening the connectivity of the house to the desert landscape. The floor plan takes on the shape of an H with a large great room in the center flanked by wings on each side.

Image Courtesy Secrest Architecture


Hawthbush in Sussex Downs, England by Mole Architects

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

Article source: Mole Architects

Mole won planning permission to refurbish and extend this 17th century farmhouse in open countryside within the High Wield area of the Sussex Downs. The scheme replaced several ‘70s additions of little architectural merit with a single barrel-vaulted extension. The extension and alterations are designed to allow greater prominence to the original farmhouse which is modernised internally, making the building function better as a family home. Attached while visually separate, the extension contains a generous south facing family kitchen with an open aspect on the ground floor; a new master bedroom enjoys the vault above.

Image Courtesy © David Butler 

  • Architects: Mole Architects
  • Project: Hawthbush
  • Location: Sussex Downs, England, UK
  • Photography: David Butler

Shelter Island Pavilion in New York by Stamberg Aferiat + Associates

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

Article source: Stamberg Aferiat + Associates

The Shelter Island Pavilion gave Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat an opportunity to bring their influences, inspirations, aspirations and years of architectural design to bear in one place with only themselves and their budget to define the boundaries. They chose to draw on specific inspirations such as Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion, Le Corbusier’s Ronchamps, and Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair.

Image Courtesy © Paul Warchol

  • Architects: Stamberg Aferiat + Associates
  • Project: Shelter Island Pavilion
  • Location: Shelter Island, New York, USA
  • Photography: Paul Warchol
  • Size of home: 1100SF
  • Lot size: 1/3 acre
  • Cost: Withheld
  • Date of completion: 2010
  • Project Team: Peter Stamberg, Paul Aferiat, Keith Tsang, Joshua Homer, Ryan Harvey,
    Josh Lekwa, Anna Portoghese, Michael Bardin, Adam Greene, Jasmit Rangr.
  • Construction Manager: deVries and Wallace
  • Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates
  • Mechanical Engineer: AltieriSeborWieber LLC
  • Software used: AutoCAD, 3DStudio Max and Rhino

House in Sayo, Japan by Fujiwarramuro Architects

Friday, March 29th, 2013

Article source: Fujiwarramuro Architects

A narrow space threads through the center of this house, expanding and shrinking, curving and meandering. This part of the house morphs and transforms to become a space for relaxation, study, reading, or teatime. We built a small room in the middle of this space. As the width of these branches changes, the purpose of this room, along with its relationship with the surrounding space, transforms along with it.

Image Courtesy © toshiyuki

  • Architects: Fujiwarramuro Architects
  • Project: House in Sayo
  • Location: Sayo, Hyogo, Japan
  • Photography: toshiyuki,yano
  • principle use: single family house
  • site area: 262.53 m2
  • building area: 82.78 m2
  • total floor area: 81.26 m2
  • project architect: shintaro fujiwara,yoshio muro
  • project team: fujiwarramuro architect
  • structure: timber


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