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Chair House by Igor Sirotov Architect

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Article source: Igor Sirotov Architect

It is a house concept on a rocky ocean coast. In private with elements and infinity. The house watches it from the shelter. Indoors however rest and a cosiness in contrast to the external severe environment. This house for people, enthusiastic this world in any its manifestation.

Image courtesy Igor Sirotov Architect 

Brownie in fukuoka, Japan by Uchida Architect Design Office

Sunday, April 21st, 2013

Article source: Uchida Architect Design Office

BROWNIE is a bakery shop and a house, located inside Aso Kuju National park where it is blessed with its rich nature. From the start of the design process, corresponding to the client’s bold belief on bread making using natural, organic, and non-addictive materials, “nature” was strongly intended in the design of this building.

Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Kawano

  • Architects: Uchida Architect Design Office
  • Project: Brownie
  • Location: Kokonoe, fukuoka, Japan
  • Photography: Hiroyuki Kawano
  • Function : shop + house
  • Site area : 1654 ㎡
  • Building area : 148 ㎡
  • Total Floor Area : 131 ㎡
  • Stories: 1
  • Structure (materials): wooden structure
  • Finish: (exterior) cedar board
  • Finish: (interior) cedar board, plaster
  • Completed date: february 2010
  • Client: shinichi miyamoto
  • Constructional engineer: Hashimoto kensetsu
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Vectorworks, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop.

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Manor House Stables in Winchester, UK by AR Design Studio

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Article source: AR Design Studio

Friday April 5th 1946, on a beautifully clear Spring afternoon crowds cheered as the 25/1 racehorse, “Lovely Cottage”, strode triumphantly past the finishing post to be crowned winner of the Grand National, the UKs largest horse race. Trained by Tommy Rayson and ridden by Captain Robert Petre at the first true Aintree Grand National race since 1940, after the Second World War, and the last to take place on a Friday, which had been the tradition since 1876.

Image Courtesy © Martin Gardner 

  • Architects: AR Design Studio
  • Project: Manor House Stables
  • Location: Headbourne Worthy, Winchester, United Kingdom
  • Photography: Martin Gardner
  • Architect In Charge: Andy Ramus
  • Completion: March 2013

Lavaflow 7 in Big Island, Hawaii by Craig Steely Architect

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Article source: Craig Steely Architect

Located on five acres of dense Ohia forest, this cast-in-place concrete house frames indoor and outdoor living spaces along with views of the forest, the sky, and the coastline on Hawaii’s Big Island.  It continues our exploration of a reductive architecture that enhances the experience of living in this compelling environment.

Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte 

  • Architects: Craig Steely Architect
  • Project: Lavaflow 7
  • Location: Pahoa, Big Island, Hawaii, USA
  • Photography: Bruce Damonte
  • Architect in Charge: Craig Steely
  • Project Team: Luigi Silverman, Mary Barensfeld, Seth Pare-Mayer, Chris Talbot
  • Structural Engineer: Ray Keuning
  • Construction: Michael Lynch
  • Year: 2013

The Brick House in Gujarat, India by Hiren Patel Architects

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Article source: Hiren Patel Architects

The combination of natural simple materials and well – lit, ventilated spaces is the perfect recipe for a serene, beautiful home. This home proves that rustic charm can co-exist with sophisticated elegance. Employing exposed cement and brick, was the only requirement the couple insisted on, while the rest was left to our aesthetic sensibilities. Working to create the landscape, architecture and interiors, on the L-shaped land bearing a natural curve, allowed us to draw in a complete visual where nature could intertwine with the structure and interior of the house. The courtyards highlight and intersect the house, working as the natural source of ventilation and light, bringing the outside, inside.

Image Courtesy © Sebastian Zachariah 

  • Architects: Hiren Patel Architects
  • Project: The Brick House
  • Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
  • Photography: Sebastian Zachariah
  • Architect: Hiren Patel
  • Built up Area: 335 sqmt
  • Site Area: 1948 sqmt
  • Year: 2008

Ajantha Ravi House in Moratuwa, Sri Lanka by Architect Pradeep Chandrakumara Fernando

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Article source: D PLus Architects

Three Storied house located in Moratuwa completed in January 2012. A dwelling amidst a busy context that was designed to differentiate the internal space from its busy surrounding to create a serene space within.A minimalistic architectural language used to create the tranquility and to provide an effective hideaway from the hectic lifestyle of the owner.

Exterior View Front : Image courtesy Prabashwara 

Minamihara 3645 in Karuizawa, Japan by Yasui Hideo Atelier

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Article source: Yasui Hideo Atelier

It is a residence the weekend planned by Karuizawa of the leading summer resort even in Japan. The noise of Tokyo was escaped and the plan was made as a cottage which is surrounded by the nature of Karuizawa and passes a weekend. Floor planning was made into open floor planning so that all the rooms might be united with nature.

Image courtesy Yasui Hideo Atelier

  • Architects: Yasui Hideo Atelier
  • Project: Minamihara 3645
  • Location: Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan
  • Design time: 2007.9-2007.11
  • Build Time: 2007.12-2008.4
  • Total ( Planning ) area: 164.80m²
  • The total area: 1224.30m²
  • Interior designer: Yasui Hideo Atelier

Vi-Sang House in Gyeonggi-do, Korea by Moon-Hoon

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Article source: Moon-Hoon

These are the questions that Korean architect Hoon Moon typically throws out: ‘Why so serious? Why not laugh more?’ Moon-Hoon’s works are home to a wide array of faces. Panorama House appears to be an accordion, and Rock It Suda looks like spermatozoa. He shows a mysterious spacecraft (ongdalsam) and a Gothic castle (Sangsang Museum). Some may burst out laughing at the Darth Vader image overlying Play House.

Image Courtesy © Nam-goongsun

  • Architects: Moon-Hoon
  • Project: Vi-Sang House
  • Location: No.5, 321-32, Seongseok-dong, Ilsandong-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Photography: Nam-goongsun
  • Zoning district: Preservation Area
  • Site area: 293m2
  • Building area: 58.38m2
  • Gross floor area: 107.75m2
  • Building to land ratio: 19.92%
  • Floor area ratio: 36.77%
  • Building Scope: 2F
  • Structure: RC, Wood Frame
  • Exterior finish: Stucoflex
  • Interior finish: Wallpaper on the gypsum board, Wood flooring, THK24 transparent pair glass
  • Construction: Housing Plus
  • Design period: Jul-aug. 2011
  • Construction period: Sep.-Nov. 2011
  • Client: Lee Gyuyeob
  • Materials: Moonbalsso

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HOUSE House in Richmond, Australia by Andrew Maynard Architects

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Article source: Andrew Maynard Architects

These neighboring terrace homes are owned by two generations of one family. Both houses were in need of repair and update. HOUSE House is a single building that extends both homes. They are separate homes within one architecture. The new structure runs north/south while the original houses run east/west. The fence between each terrace slides away to create one large backyard.

Image Courtesy © Peter Bennetts

  • Architects: Andrew Maynard Architects
  • Project: HOUSE House
  • Location: Richmond, VIC, Australia
  • Photography: Peter Bennetts
  • Team: Andrew Maynard, Mark Austin, Michael Ong
  • Building surveyorAnthony Middling & Associates
  • EngineerCoulthard Shim P/L
  • BuilderSargant Constructions
  • External Cladding: Red cedar (timber) cladding
  • Internal Cladding: Victorian ash & spotted gum veneer
  • Windows: Frames by Skyrange Engineering
  • Louvres: Motorised & fixed aluminium louvre shading by Shadefactor
  • Flooring: Spotted gum veneer by Big Rivers Timbers
  • Spiral Stairs: Supplied by Enzie
  • Balustrading & landings: Nets supplied by Oxley Nets
  • Roof: Lysaght Kliplock roofing with black Colorbond finish
  • Tiles: Supplied by Urban Edge Ceramics
  • Software used: SketchUp for design, Vectorworks for documentation

GP House in Hidalgo, Mexico by Bitar Arquitectos

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Article source: Bitar Arquitectos

GP House has all the basic requirements of a residential home, foyer, living room, dining area, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms, studio, laundry, three-car garage, maid’s quarter, spread over two floors and connected by vertical staircase to break up the home’s dominant horizontal construction. This juxtaposition is even more striking with the use of a local stone as a finish on the cube stairs against its concrete structure.

Image Courtesy © Leonardo Walther 

  • Architects: Bitar Arquitectos
  • Project: GP House
  • Location: Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico
  • Photography: Leonardo Walther
  • Architecture and Interiors Project: Héctor Bitar De La Peña
  • Surface Construction: 516.18  m2
  • Date: 2011
  • Software used: AutoCAD
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