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House In Rua Do Paraíso, Portugal by fala atelier

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: fala atelier

A bourgeois 19th century single family house was to be divided into a series of identical studio apartments: four living spaces, some circulation areas and a private backyard. The project happens within a given system of constraints, aiming at an unexpected complexity, finding a certain interest within a very banal set of programs.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Loureiro

  • Architects: fala atelier
  • Project: House In Rua Do Paraíso
  • Location: Rua Do Paraíso, Porto, Portugal
  • Photography: Ricardo Loureiro
  • Landscape Architect: João Magalhães
  • Contractor: engilaco lda
  • Client: domingo discreto lda
  • Project Team: Filipe Magalhães, ana luisa soares, ahmed belkhodja, rute peixoto, lera samovich, paulo sousa


The Boldo House in Zapallar, Chile by SUN Arquitectos

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: SUN Arquitectos

The project is located in front of Zapallar bay, 169 km from Santiago de Chile in the region of Valparaiso. An isolated house in the forest at 450 m above the sea level, on the southern slope of the hill where El Boldo Park, a sclerophylls’ forest, is located.

Image Courtesy © SUN Arquitectos

  • Architects: SUN Arquitectos
  • Project: The Boldo House
  • Location: Zapallar, Chile


Castagnola in Lugano, Switzerland by HERZOG & DE MEURON

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: HERZOG & DE MEURON 

The well-preserved gardens of the 17th century Villa Favorita, lining the shores of Lake Lugano at the foot of Monte Bré, are of great historical significance. The 13 romanticist buildings situated in the gardens were erected between 1687 and 1932. Their historicizing style is characteristic of Ticino architecture and, in fact, generally of the villas on the lake shores of northern Italy. Originally, the Villa Favorita was a freestanding, single ensemble of buildings between Lugano and Castagnola. Today it is surrounded by modernist blocks of housing from the second half of the 20th century. This modern architecture, is also a typical Ticino style, that emerged in response to the appeal of the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland as a second home and a financial center.

Image Courtesy © Studio Daulte

  • Architects: HERZOG & DE MEURON
  • Project: Castagnola
  • Location: Lugano, Switzerland
  • Photography: Studio Daulte, Dani Hunziker
  • Client: Fausto Candolfi
  • Partner in Charge: Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Christine Binswanger
  • Project Team: Martin Fröhlich (Associate, Project Director), Dieter, Mangold (Associate) bis 2011, Giulio Rigoni ab 2012, Christian Voss,Anna Jach, Alessandro Farina, Fernando Alonso, Hans Focketyn, Alexander Sadao, Franz, Martin Fröhlich, Yuko Himeno, Karina Hüssner, Kentaro Ishida, (Associate), Ondrej Janku, Mateo Mori Meana, Adriana Müller, Jochen, Seelos, Basil Spiess
  • Construction Management: Encotech SAGL, Lugano, Switzerland
  • Electrical Engineering: Pro Enggineering AG, Basel, Switzerland
  • HVAC Engineering: Tebit Haustechnik AG, Binningen, Switzerland


Bookshelf House in Yokohama, Japan by Shinsuke Fujii Architects

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: Shinsuke Fujii Architects 

By making the wall diagonal, a new easy-to-use bookshelf integrated with the building was born.  Because all the shelves of the bookshelf are inclined, children, women and old people can easily climb without a ladder, and books of high position can be easily taken out and put in. In addition books don’t collapse when an earthquake occurs.

Image Courtesy © TERUAKI TSUKUI

  • Architects: Shinsuke Fujii Architects
  • Project: Bookshelf House
  • Location: Yokohama, Japan
  • Photography: TERUAKI TSUKUI
  • Site Area: 105.67m2
  • Building Area: 59.71m2
  • Total Floor Area: 86.16m2
  • Year of Construction: 2014


Résidence à Stoneham in Canada by PARKA – Architecture & Design

Sunday, May 27th, 2018

Article source: PARKA – Architecture & Design

This residential project has been imagined with an intention to be integrated with the landscape and the site. Designed for a young and dynamic family, the project emerges both inside and outside, creating spaces for living in nature. The garden-level backyard and the large breakthroughs looking out on the surrounding forest was an inspiration to play on the perspectives and the context. The living areas overlooking the forest provides a feeling of living in the treetops. The structure enveloping the terrace adds privacy and perfectly frames the landscape.

Image Courtesy © Jessy Bernier Photographer

  • Architects: PARKA – Architecture & Design
  • Project: Résidence à Stoneham
  • Location: Stoneham, Québec, Canada
  • Photography: Jessy Bernier Photographer
  • Size: 585 m²
  • Status: New construction | 2015


Home Sweet Home in Lecce, Italy by Tomas Ghisellini Architects

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Article source: Tomas Ghisellini Architects

Meridionale Fondiaria originates from the common intentions of two young entrepreneurs who in 1980 decided to build together their idea of real estate agency, thus laying the foundations of what would become the reference franchise for the city of Lecce and all of the Salento region.

Image Courtesy © Tomas Ghisellini Architects

  • Architects: Tomas Ghisellini Architects
  • Project: Home Sweet Home
  • Location: Lecce, Italy
  • Design Team: Tomas Ghisellini, Alice Marzola, Lucrezia Alemanno, Daniele Francesco Petralia
  • Client: Meridionale Fondiaria Real Estate
  • Built Area: 240 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2018


Architecture & Interior ILL in Carnikava, Latvia by INT2 ARCHITECTURE

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Article source: INT2 ARCHITECTURE

A small private house is located in a picturesque place about 30 km from Riga. The land plot is on the boarder of the forest and is located near the Gulf of Riga.

A separate position of the buildings (house and garage) on the site is due to the fact that they were erected on the previously existing foundations. The buildings are connected by a terrace.

Image Courtesy © INT2 ARCHITECTURE

  • Architects: INT2 ARCHITECTURE
  • Project: Architecture & Interior ILL
  • Location: Carnikava, Latvia
  • Total Area (m²): 125
  • Year: 2017


Cave in fukushima prefecture, Japan by LIFE STYLE KOUBOU

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Article source: LIFE STYLE KOUBOU

This house is located between the mountains of Nihommatsu-shi and Fukushima-shi in Fukushima prefecture. The client has an emotional attachment to the site, because they inherited the land from their grandmother. The region is rich in nature; the environment is tranquil and full of nostalgic elements and vistas. In the past, the land was used for farming, but has become fallow due to neglect. An abundance of clean water, rich greenery, and wildlife enriches the site. The house is designed to preserve the natural ecosystem, allowing for the coexistence of humans and animals.

Image Courtesy © LIFE STYLE KOUBOU


Niczky apartment in Kőszeg, Hungary by Béres Architects

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Article source: Béres Architects

Only a few years have passed by since Béres Architects designed its first realized projekt, the Hideg house in Kőszeg, Hungary. The client, Attila Hideg recently found another interesting property where he intended to create something unusual in a medieval context. As he explains „The apartment in the nearly 400-year-old building needed a thorough renovation after most of its values were damaged or hidden during the last reconstruction works in the 1980’s. We had to virtually step back in time to recall and save the values of the house”

Image Courtesy © Tamás Bujnovszky

  • Architects: Béres Architects
  • Project: Niczky apartment
  • Location: Kőszeg, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamás Bujnovszky
  • Client: Attila Hideg
  • Project Team: Attila Béres, Jusztina Balázs
  • Area: 40+30 m2
  • Project Date: 2016
  • Completition Date: 2017


De La Canardière Residence in Val-Morin, Canada by Atelier BOOM-TOWN

Thursday, May 24th, 2018

Article source: v2com

This residence was designed to enable a sister and brother to meet as a family on special occasions and to unwind in contact with nature. This project sprouted along the shores of a lake up in the Laurentians in a wooded area with a significantly consistent slope. This elevation, which offers a bird’s eye view of the lake, is the backbone for the development of this architectural concept—grasping hold of the land through the blending of two areas intersecting one another. The parcelling out of its shapes made its integration with the landscape possible. Its establishment forms part of a circuit throughout a site where paths extend internally, creating views, such as observation posts towards the surrounding landscape.

Lake side facade (East), Image Courtesy © Steve Montpetit


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