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Headland House in New South Wales, Australia by Atelier Andy Carson

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Article source: Atelier Andy Carson 

This new home designed by Atelier Andy Carson is a sanctuary from its harsh surrounds, perched on a sprawling coastal site overlooking Werri Beach, New South Wales. Green pastures and paddocks running dairy cows line this 150-acre property on one side, rugged coastal cliffs and ocean on the other.

Image Courtesy © Atelier Andy Carson

  • Architects: Atelier Andy Carson
  • Project: Headland House
  • Location: New South Wales, Australia
  • Project Team: Bellevarde Constructions, Murtagh Bond Structures Buro, Peter Glass & Associates
  • Project Size: 486 m2
  • Site Size: 600600 m2
  • Completion Date: 2017


102BG in London, England by Pardini Hall Architecture

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Article source: Pardini Hall Architecture

The building in question is a Grade II Listed terrace house in the neighborhood of Westminster.

Image Courtesy © Carlo Carossio

  • Architects: Pardini Hall Architecture
  • Project: 102BG
  • Location: Belgravia, London, England
  • Photography: Carlo Carossio
  • Software used: Photoshop, Autocad
  • Main Contractor: Wojciech Lenkiewicz


Chonburi Sila House in Thailand by Anghin Architecture

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Article source: Anghin Architecture

Chonburi Sila House is located in an industrial city of Chonburi just right on a couple of highways connecting most of the country’s factories to the country’s capital. Being surrounded by a number of quarries, factories, warehouses and heavy duty highways, Chonburi Sila House faced with some design challenges where living condition is not an ideal. Given the rigid nature of the house’s context, the northern, eastern and western faces of the house have to be mostly shielded from a heavy amount of dust and traffic pollution from the highways while also blocking the occupants from a view of a neighboring industrial junkyard and industrial trucks that run the highways 24 hours a day leaving only the southern face free to be open. Fortunately, the south facing side is a residence and is green enough for us to take advantage from.

Image Courtesy © Chaovarith Poonphol

  • Architects: Anghin Architecture
  • Project: Chonburi Sila House
  • Location: Chonburi, Thailand
  • Photography: Chaovarith Poonphol
  • Head Architect: Ekkasit Jaeng-anghin
  • Structural Engineer: Tai Athiarpanon
  • Design Team: Papatsorn, Darinthip
  • Area: 275 sqm
  • Project Year: 2018


Haddington Park in County Dublin, Ireland by Robert Bourke Architects

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Article source: Robert Bourke Architects

An extension and renovation of a 1940’s bungalow in Glenageary, Co. Dublin.

Image Courtesy © Ste Murray


Coach House in Washington by Gardner Architects LLC

Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Article source: Gardner Architects LLC

Coachhouse comprises a two-story brick building that was originally constructed as a garage between 1907 and 1911. It was historically associated with the adjacent mansion built in 1905, the rear of which is visible in the context photos. Coachhouse is situated on an alley and a major avenue — Florida Avenue — with a courtyard between the building and the street.

Image Courtesy © John Cole Photography

  • Architects: Gardner Architects LLC
  • Project: Coach House
  • Location: Washington, USA
  • Photography: John Cole Photography
  • Software used: SketchUp, Autocad


The Yard House in Valencia, Spain by Alberto Facundo

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: Alberto Facundo

The yard house born of the place, the reflection and the search of a typological purification. The form is the result of these premises, the creation of two volumes that respond to the simplification of the original home of the village.

Image Courtesy © Germán Cabo

  • Architects: Alberto Facundo
  • Project: The Yard House
  • Location: Loriguilla, Valencia, Spain
  • Photography: Germán Cabo
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 90 M2
  • Completion: 2018


House between houses in Valencia, Spain by Alberto Facundo Arquitectura

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: Alberto Facundo Arquitectura

Control of open space

This home between homes is the result of the needs of a young man with worries for life with family and friends, enjoying an open space focused on the views, his concern for order is translated into a modulation of clean lines, sharp edges and neutral tones.

The distribution integrates in the same space all the daytime needs, reserving the closed space for the night area. A storage system gives meaning to each of the environments, acting as a filter of this sectorization.

Image Courtesy © Germán Cabo

  • Architects: Alberto Facundo Arquitectura
  • Project: House between houses
  • Location: Ribarroja del Túria, Valencia, Spain
  • Photography: Germán Cabo 
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 140 m2
  • Completion: 2018


Renier Chalon in Belgium by MAMOUT architectes + AUXAU – Atelier d’architecture

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: MAMOUT architectes + AUXAU – Atelier d’architecture

The project highlights the heritage of this typical Brussels “Maison de Maître” while radically changing the way of living in the house.

Image Courtesy © Guy-Joël Ollivier


Aliveri Summer House in Greece by Natalia Kokosalaki | Architecture

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: Natalia Kokosalaki | Architecture

When the client approached us his initial need was just a swimming pool with a bbq space to implement the existing house of his extended family on the plot next door. The design concept was to erode a monolithic volume that is compact on the external sides, providing protection and corroded internally where niches act as indoor inhabitable areas, protected but preserving vistas of the sea in front.

Image Courtesy © Natalia Kokosalaki | Architecture

  • Architects: Natalia Kokosalaki | Architecture
  • Project: Aliveri Summer House
  • Location: Aliveri, Greece
  • Design Team: Natalia Kokosalaki, Ourania Giavi (3d rendering)
  • Client: Charalambos Rouchotas
  • Area: 110 sq.m.


The Attic in Strasbourg, France by F+F ARCHITECTES

Friday, July 6th, 2018

Article source: F+F ARCHITECTES

The project is located in an old jugendstil building from 1901, in the Neustadt area in Strasbourg.

This large duplex apartment occupies the former attic of the building. It has been created through the conversion of  old maid rooms and the above loft that was used for storage.

Throughout the project the material palette is restrained: wood flooring, black MDF that is dyed in the mass for the fixed furniture, large sheets of thin ceramic in the bathrooms and kitchen top.

Image Courtesy © F+F ARCHITECTES

  • Architects: F+F ARCHITECTES
  • Project: The Attic
  • Location: Strasbourg, France


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