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House-Studio ABAL in Granada, Spain by BENÍTEZ GONZÁLEZ ARQUITECTOS

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Article source: BENÍTEZ GONZÁLEZ ARQUITECTOS

ABAL House-Study aims to establish a relationship between home and work, where all spaces are useful, comple-ment each other, form a whole, and at the same time have their own identity.

Image Courtesy © BENÍTEZ GONZÁLEZ ARQUITECTOS

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HEPIstanbul Housing in Turkey by CM Mimarlik

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Article source: CM Mimarlik 

HEPIstanbul designed by Istanbul based architectural practice CM Mimarlik is a residential project that it’s spacial organisation could be described as rhizomatic with its horizontal and vertical relations. There are no centre or centres designated in this organisation A centreless movement is aimed with the attraction points are hidden.

Image Courtesy © Cemal Emden

  • Architects: CM Mimarlik
  • Project: HEPIstanbul Housing
  • Location: Esenyurt, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Cemal Emden
  • Design Team: Cem Sorguc, Tolga Yagli, Sezin Ergene, Cigdem Yalrsu, Cuneyt Senturk, Ege Adas, Serra Ayhan, Amina Rezoug, Gizem Candemir, Eda Aytekin, Deniz Gezgin, Gizay Ozum, Tutku Sevinc, Elvan Cakit, Ozlem Yilmaz
  • Client: Tekfen Real Estate Development Group
  • Main Contractor: Tekfen Real Estate Development Group
  • Civil Engineering: Protek Group
  • Mechanical Engineering: Cilingroglu Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering: Fundamental Design and Consultancy

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Amsterdam 75 in Mexico City, Mexico by HERNANDEZDELAGARZA

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Article source: HERNANDEZDELAGARZA 

Amsterdam 75 is located in the neighborhood Hipodromo of Mexico City in a rectangular area where the intervention consisted of solving 5 departments of different types and an additional dwelling which is inside an old house cataloged by the Institute National of Fine Arts.

Image Courtesy © HERNANDEZDELAGARZA

  • Architects: HERNANDEZDELAGARZA
  • Project: Amsterdam 75
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Year of completion: 2018

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The “Centre de Services Le Bonnallie” in Orford, Canada by Anne Carrier architecture

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: v2com

This building is characterized by its interplay between opacity and transparency and between interior and exterior. It is very carefully integrated into its setting, following the site’s topography so closely that the building appears to be sculpted from the landscape itself. The mix of materials and colours gives it character, while creating clear boundaries between different spaces.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau

  • Architects: Anne Carrier architecture
  • Project: The “Centre de Services Le Bonnallie”
  • Location: Parc national du Mont-Orford, Orford, QC, Canada
  • Photography: Stéphane Groleau
  • Client: Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (Sépaq),Ms. Annie Lalancette, arch. project manager, Sépaq
  • Designers: Anne Carrier, lead architect, Robert Boily B.Arch./ B.Sc.A., Patricia Pronovost architect, Mathieu St-Amant architect
  • Structural And Civil Engineers: Les services exp inc.
  • Mechanical Engineer (Electrical): Martin Roy et Associés

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The Slender House in Ogden, Canada by MU Architecture

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: MU Architecture

Located in the beautiful region of the Eastern Townships near the US border in Quebec, the Slender House Residence unfolds in a long linear volume. Nestled on the steep shores of Lake Memphremagog it opens-up onto a peaceful secluded bay.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau

  • Architects: MU Architecture
  • Project: The Slender House
  • Location: Ogden, Canada
  • Photography: Stéphane Groleau
  • Team: Charles Côté, Jean-Sébastien Herr, Magda Telenga, Rosalie Trépanier-Blais, Steeve Galté, Camille Mollaret, Pierre- Paul Guillemette
  • Cabinet maker: Illo, Maël Le Bars
  • Structural engineer:  GenieX
  • Contractor: Denis Legault Construction
  • Project Completion: July 2017

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Maybanke in Sydney, Australia by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects Pty Ltd

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Article source: v2com 

Design ingenuity and a dose of respect for its original Gothic Revival bones deliver a blighted 1870s harbourside home in Sydney into the 21st century.

CROSSING THE GOTHIC REVIVAL threshold of Maybanke, the waterfront home on Sydney Harbour with a distinguished history, is to traverse 150 years in a few short steps.

Panoramic water views, an abundance of penetrating antipodean light and a five-storey sculptural stair – that together would surely have befuddled and amazed the 1870s sensibilities of the individuals who built the original building – leave the modern visitor in no doubt which century this home now squarely belongs.

View of the harbour facade, garden and pool, Image Courtesy © Michael Nicholson

  • Architects: Allen Jack+Cottier Architects Pty Ltd
  • Project: Maybanke
  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Photography: Michael Nicholson, Rose Repetti, Historical photographs
  • Landscape Architect: Terragram
  • Clients: Naomi Simson and Stuart King

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The Wooden Wing in Lac-Supérieur, Canada by yiacouvakis hamelin, architectes

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Article source: v2com

The Wooden Wing is a large cottage on the shores of Lac Supérieur, in Quebec’s Laurentians.

The house is perched on a sizeable outcrop of granite bedrock, giving it a commanding yet intimate view of the lake and Mont Tremblant, on the other side.

The living spaces sit on a large, semi-polished concrete slab raised slightly above the natural outcrop, putting the house in close contact with its natural surroundings, from which it is separated by distinctive clear glass walls.

Image Courtesy © David Marien-Landry

  • Architects: yiacouvakis hamelin, architectes
  • Project: The Wooden Wing
  • Location: Lac-Supérieur, Canada
  • Photography: David Marien-Landry
  • Design Team: Karl Choquette, Marie-Claude Hamelin, Étienne Sédillot, Loukas Yiacouvakis
  • General Contractor: Construction Pascal Rondeau
  • Floor Space: 325 m²
  • Built: 2015

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Minimalist Opulence in Dubai, United Arab Emirates by EDGE

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Article source: v2com

Located less than 150 metres from the beach at the prestigious Jumeirah Beach Residence in Dubai, the flagship project sets a new standard for luxury in the Persian Gulf region. The design principles behind the building are guided by two main goals: waterfront views and spatial clarity.

The waterfront views are special because they will be visible from every room in every unit. Residents will look out over Dubai’s iconic landmarks, including Skydive Dubai, Palm Island, Blue Waters Island and Ain Dubai. This guiding principle gives added value to the land and maximizes revenue for the developer.

1/JBR Street view, Image Courtesy © EDGE

  • Architects: EDGE
  • Project: Minimalist Opulence
  • Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Binh House in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam by VO TRONG NGHIA ARCHITECTS

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Article source: VO TRONG NGHIA ARCHITECTS 

Under the rapid urbanization, cities in Vietnam have diverged far from their origins as low density tropical green space. Newly developed urban areas are losing their connection with nature. Binh house is one project in the “House for Trees” series, a prototypical housing design, providing green space within high density neighborhood.

The Inhabitants is a family of three generations. Therefore, the challenge is to create spaces which allow its residents interact and communicate despite their differences.

Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Oki and Quang Dam

  • Architects: VO TRONG NGHIA ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Binh House
  • Location: Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
  • Photography: Hiroyuki Oki, Quang Dam
  • Design Team: Masaaki Iwamoto, Chiang Hsing-O, Nguyen Tat Dat, Nguyen Duy Phuoc, Takahito Yamada
  • Contractor: Wind And Water House JSC
  • Site area: 321.6m2
  • Footprint: 136m2
  • GFA: 233 m2
  • Status: Built in 03.2016

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Sky House in Stoney Lake, Canada by Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Article source: v2com

Negotiating the steep topography of a lake-side site, this holiday house consists of two volumes stacked on one another. The lower volume nestles into the landscape so that it is barely visible as one first approaches the house. The upper volume rests on the lower one and on a concrete pier to form both a bridge and a cantilever. This massing strategy allows for increased access and permeability of the site and emphasizes the charged relationship between the building and the ground.

View on arrival, Image Courtesy © Doublespace Photography

  • Architects: Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster
  • Project: Sky House
  • Location: Stoney Lake, Canada
  • Photography: Doublespace Photography
  • General Contractor: Timberline Custom Homes
  • Structural Engineer: Jim Thomson
  • Landscape Design: Gray Landscape Construction
  • Area: 290 m2 / 3,100 SF
  • Completed: October 2017

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