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House in Nakafujishima, Japan by HYAD architects

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Article source: HYAD architects

This estate is located in the Hokuriku region of Japan, which is renowned for its harsh natural environment. It is situated at the southernmost tip of a beautiful rural landscape created as a result of such a harsh environment. The residence is built in view of the harmony of the beautiful landscape and the harsh environment.

the building viewed from south,  Image Courtesy © HYAD architects

the building viewed from south, Image Courtesy © HYAD architects

  • Architects: HYAD architects
  • Project: House in Nakafujishima
  • Location: Nakafujishima, Japan
  • Collaborator: Jun Takahashi Architects
  • Structural Engineer: Ryoichi Mabuchi
  • Area: 245.92 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012

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Embedded köfererhof in Novacella, Italy by Bergmeisterwolf architekten

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Article source: Bergmeisterwolf architekten

Architecture is a project of development; it’s about inquiring, exploring new ground, about experimentation. It’s working with the landscape, trying to find integration with the material, with proportions. It’s about understanding pictures, their impacts and coloring. For us this process starts from the context and is culturally determined.

Image Courtesy © Lukas Schaller

Image Courtesy © Lukas Schaller

  • Architects: Bergmeisterwolf architekten
  • Project: Embedded köfererhof 
  • Location: Novacella, Italy
  • Photography: Lukas Schaller
  • Software used: Rhino3d and Autocad

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Urban Treehouse in Berlin Zehlendorf, Germany by Baumraum

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Article source: Baumraum  

The Urban Tree house is a family project and is based on the initiative of the grandfather Hans-Joachim and his grandson Kolja, who ultimately implemented the project. Once more, it is conceived as an experiment and a research project for new construction and housing in tune with nature. It is intended to serve as an oasis and inspire friends and guests of the family, as well as students and those interested in architecture. We were very enthusiastic when the developer, Kolja Stegemann, approached us with the idea of implementing tree houses in the urban environment of Berlin. Tree houses are normally associated with a rural environment or natural surroundings.

Image Courtesy © Laura Fiorio

Image Courtesy © Laura Fiorio

  • Architects: Baumraum  
  • Project: Urban Treehouse
  • Location: Berlin Zehlendorf, Germany
  • Photography: Laura Fiorio
  • Trees: an oak (load-bearing)-
  • Height: first level: 2.60 m; second level: 4.20 m
  • Statics: The treehouse cabin is supported by four galvanised steel supports and frames, one of the two lower terrace  constructions is suspended from the oak by a system of ropes and webbing loops
  • Terrace construction: untreated larch
  • Interior area: – 21.0 sqm
  • Terrace area: 14.4 sqm
  • Façade construction: from inside to outside: 5 mm aluminium composite panel; 25 mm substructure/air space; 200 mm five-layer spruce panels

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Mosconi Condominium in Caba, Argentina by Frazzi Architects

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Article source: Frazzi Architects

In our spatial searches, Mosconi 3 adds to the concepts of open ground floor and permeability between urban and semi-private spaces, experimentation in the succession of spaces and boundaries within 3 functional units that make up the project.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

  • Architects: Frazzi Architects (Arch. Matías Frazzi)
  • Project: Mosconi Condominium
  • Location: Mosconi 4340, Villa Devoto, Caba, Argentina
  • Photography: Arch. Federico kulekdjian
  • Collaborators: Ariel Damiani, Javier Antruejo, José Frazzi
  • Advisors:
    • Eléctric Engineering: Fabián González – Isem
    • Municipal Procedures: Arch. Maria eugenia ciria
    • Structures: Ing. Claudio de caroli
    • Metal Engineering: Bonanno Y Cia.
  • Project Area: 700 M2
  • Project Year: 2014 – 2015

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Mercedes House in Caba, Argentina by Frazzi Architects

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Article source: Frazzi Architects

This house, located in a residential area, occupies the ground posing a succession of continuities between the different areas (public – semipublic – private).

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

  • Architects: Frazzi Architects (Arch. Matías Frazzi)
  • Project: Mercedes House
  • Location: Mercedes 4970, C1419bhj, Villa Devoto, Caba, Argentina
  • Photography: Arch. Federico kulekdjian
  • Collaborators: Ariel Damiani, Javier Antruejo, José Frazzi
  • Advisors:

    • Municipal Procedures: Arch. Maria eugenia ciria
    • Structures: Ing. Claudio de caroli
    • Metal Engineering: Bonanno Y Cia.
  • Project Area: 300 M2
  • Project Year: 2014 – 2015

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Solen vinklar in Edinburgh, Scotland by David Blaikie Architects

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Article source: David Blaikie Architects

Background

Our clients have a strong affinity with Scandinavia – Mrs Penman is Swedish. Their children are being brought up bilingually.

Buying their first house together in Blackhall made a lot of sense with a family on the horizon and while the houses can be a little cramped there is always room for expansion. This 68M2, semi-detached single storey house is very typical of the suburban housing stock in this and many other areas of Edinburgh.  This house has the benefit of a 50M long back garden to provide the setting for a dramatic addition to provide a light filled space for a young family to grow up in.   At briefing stage, their storey board lent heavily on contemporary Scandinavian architecture – a route natural to us.

Image Courtesy © Paul Zanre

Image Courtesy © Paul Zanre

  • Architects: David Blaikie Architects
  • Project: Solen vinklar 
  • Location: 3 Gardiner Terrace, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Photography: Paul Zanre
  • Client: Mr & Mrs Penman
  • Project Architect: Ryan Duthie
  • Structural Engineer: McColl Associates
  • Interior Design: Client
  • Main Contractor: McKenzie Malcolm Construction Ltd
  • Specialist Glass: Mark Smith Glazing
  • Specialist Timber: Russwood Ltd

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T 9 house by A R C H. 6 2 5

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Article source: A R C H. 6 2 5 

625 A Re vel ati on : 4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 = 625 5 : 8 = 0 .625 [ golden section ]

The rapidly erected country house, industrial methods of designing and building are applied to private housing, the dimensions  multiple of  glued panels in accordance with GOST, it has allowed to realize the project under a key basis in the period less than 4 months. The purposes – to enter  a low-rise housing  in a landscape, to make it invisible as much as possible. The style of the 30 – 40s of the last century taken as the basis for design. The main component of the orientation of the house is insolation and geomancy: taken into account all the directions, energy outputs for the owners of the houses, the garden of stones with the astral triangles and Any interior, as it is known, is result- the result of joint creative work of the architect and the customer, in which aesthetic center-reading and way of life of the client are not IU-her principal role than creative position of the author. The ability to understand the customer, finding the artistic form of the realization of his wishes, is an important make up of professionalism. So интерье-constructed, designed for architects their homes and offices, are of particular interest. They are something more, the interior: as a rule, it is a creative the Manifesto of the author. Deprived of necessary of subordinate its submission to the Pro-крустово bed posed by the client for the-Duch, the architect gets the same freedom, as an artist or writer, whose work much less dependent on external interference the government.

Image Courtesy © ILJA  EGORKIN

Image Courtesy © ILJA EGORKIN

  • Architects: A R C H. 6 2 5 (Sergey NASEDKIN)
  • Project: T 9 house
  • Photography: ILJA  EGORKIN
  • Total area: 180 sq.m.
  • Designing: 1. 2013 — 2. 2013
  • Building: 5. 2013 — 8. 2013

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COPETE HOUSE in Cádiz, Spain by Carquero Arquitectura

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Article source: Carquero Arquitectura

This plot which faces north has a narrow front in comparison to the rear of the site, therefore the brief has placed the main priority on seeking natural light. It is located within the urban fabric of this18th century village. The blocks follow a 100×200 ft grid and are characterized by adapting to the abrupt topography and by the equitable internal distribution of the homes.

Image Courtesy © Mariano Copete Franco

Image Courtesy © Mariano Copete Franco

  • Architects: Carquero Arquitectura, Carlos Quevedo Rojas
  • Project: COPETE HOUSE
  • Location: Prado del Rey, Cádiz, Spain 
  • Photography: Mariano Copete Franco
  • Collaborator: Cristina Pérez Prado
  • Master Builder: Francisco ChacónMartínez
  • Lot Area: 85 m²
  • Building Area: 188 m²
  • Project Design: 2011
  • Project Construction: 2012

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House in Stavanger, Norway by Austigard Arkitektur

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Article source: Austigard Arkitektur 

The interior spaces are sculpted to form a varied sequence of spaces, with emphasis on the changes between light and dark spaces as well as between open and intimate spaces. In a small house it is also important to pay attention to all the small “bonus” spaces, such as window sills for sitting in. The interior is all wood, ranging from dark pine floors to light beech walls.

Image Courtesy © Austigard Arkitetur AS + Emile Ashley

Image Courtesy © Austigard Arkitetur AS + Emile Ashley

  • Architects: Austigard Arkitektur
  • Project: House
  • Location: Stavanger, Norway
  • Photography: Austigard Arkitetur AS + Emile Ashley
  • Team: Tor O. Austigard, Hildegunn Slotnæs
  • Veneer sheets: Oslo Finerfabrikk
  • Area: 80 sqm net area
  • Year: 2015

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L4 House in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Arch Luciano Kruk

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Article source: Arch Luciano Kruk

Costa Esmeralda is located thirteen kilometers north off the city of Pinamar and four hours away from Buenos Aires. Barrio Marítimo II, where the plot of land is located, is set parallel to the sea. A screen of pines lies between the neighborhood and the seacoast, thus respecting the 200 meter setback required by provincial regulations.

Image Courtesy © Daniela Mac Adden

Image Courtesy © Daniela Mac Adden

  • Architects: Arch Luciano Kruk
  • Project: L4 House
  • Location: Costa Esmeralda, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Photography: Daniela Mac Adden
  • Aerial photos: Diego Medina
  • Team project: Arch Ekaterina Künzel, Arch Luciano Kruk
  • Site Manager: Pablo Magdalena
  • Collaborators: Arch. Josefina Perez Silva – Arch Andrés Conde Blanco – Arch Belén Ferrand – Arch Leandro Rossi – Arch Alberto Collet – Dan Saragusti – Giorgio Lorenzoli – Denise Andreoli – Federico Eichenberg
  • Land area: 1100m2
  • Built area: 183m2
  • Construction year: 2015

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