Archive for the ‘Private House’ Category
Sunday, August 30th, 2015
Article source: Jamie Falla Architecture
We helped to unlock the full potential of this Georgian town house by refurbishing the basement and extending at the garden level to create a stunning new living space. The completed project exceeded the client’s expectations providing a spacious and contemporary interior full of natural light and fine materials.
Image Courtesy © Richard Brine
- Architects: Jamie Falla Architecture
- Project: ANFRE
- Location: Guernsey
- Photography: Richard Brine
- Client: Private
- Completion: 2010
Friday, August 21st, 2015
Article source: Pupo+Gaspar Architecture
Intensive participation in the design of this house, residents asked the office Pupo + Gaspar Architecture and Interior a construction that intermingle styles, but in which predominated the rustic and traditional aspects. “The spaces should mirror a joke differentiated solutions with touch of originality.
Image Courtesy © Pupo+Gaspar Architecture
Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Article source: Satoshi Kurosaki
This is a house for a couple in their 40s for spending valuable time with their two daughters. As a motif for the plan, the husband, who is a company owner, chose designs by Alvar Aalto and the small churches that are the heart and soul of people, of which he was influenced when he traveled Northern Europe. The living spaces are filled with the warmth of wood, which is somehow similar to idyllic scenery in Japan.
Image Courtesy © Masao Nishikawa
- Architects: Satoshi Kurosaki
- Project: NORD
- Location: Mitakacity, Tokyo
- Photography: Masao Nishikawa
- Date of Completion : April 2015
- Principal Use : Private housing
- Structure : Timber
- Site Area: 133.07 m²
- Total Floor Area : 102.66 m² (52.42 m²/1F, 50.24m²/2F)
Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
Article source: Bartoletti Cicognani architettura e design
The building was originally a farmhouse, built before 1938. It is now subjected to a design-based zoning constraint, with the obligation to keep all its architectural hallmarks unchanged: the simple roof cornice, tiny and without boxed eave; the narrow window frames, which allow the interior to receive as much natural lightning as possible; the spare red brick columns. There must not be any TV antenna, no decorum of any kind, no more than a few undecorated fireplaces and only subtle colors should be used for the plaster coating.
Image Courtesy © Bartoletti Cicognani architettura e design
Thursday, July 16th, 2015
Article source: Artigas Arquitectes
For Artigas Arquitectes, the location, the site and the program are the main bases of this singular house project. The area has outstanding views to the city of Barcelona, the site has a varied topography and the functional program is very extensive and diverse.
Image Courtesy © Isabel Casanova
- Architects: Artigas Arquitectes
- Project: R HOUSE
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Isabel Casanova
- Project architects: Albert Artigas, Albert Ortiz
- Interior designer: Zania Design, Mar Requena
- Installations: Propaher SL
- Stories: Basement, ground floor and first floor.
- Total floor area: 405.00 m2
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015
Article source: Dane Richardson
This private home has been designed to take maximum advantage of the ocean views while providing privacy from an exposed corner site.
Image Courtesy © Mark Cooper
- Architects: Dane Richardson
- Project: P048 House
- Location: Western Australia
- Photography: Mark Cooper
- Software used: Archicad
- Structural Engineer: Cotan Pty Ltd
- Site Area: 789sqm
- Enclosed Area: 450sqm
- Construction completed: October 2013
Friday, June 19th, 2015
Article source: Satoru Hirota Architects
“House to be floating in the rural landscape” It is a house built along the main road in a rural city.
(This house also includes gallery and studio.) In order to protect the residents from the surrounding any kind of noise, House has been surrounded by a gradual circular wall. When enter the inside of the wall, there is a serene space. The first floor is composed by three concrete volumes. Garage and gallery (for embroidery artist), and study.
Image Courtesy © Satoru Hirota Architects
- Architects: Satoru Hirota Architects
- Project: Floating House
- Location: Siga, Japan
- Structural design: nieda+hisaeda architects / Taizen Nieda + Mitsuyoshi Yoshida
- Site area: 526.99m2
- Building area: 146.32m2
- Total floor area: 197.37m2
Friday, June 12th, 2015
Article source: Narein Perera
The form of the house is primarily generated in creating the concept of an “Enigma” in the mind of the person entering. Guided by intermediate open spaces, the entrance court, the pool, subsequently arriving at the main volume of the living room where the climax of the ‘hidden’ garden is fully experienced. The entrance court envisioned as a part of the street on which the 20perch site forms the end block, defined by the continued building lines of the adjoining plots, the random rubble vertical envelope and pergola horizontal plane, serve to contain, pause, experience the powerful shadows the sun paints, overwhelm, announcing arrival.
Image Courtesy © Dilshan weeraratne
- Architects: Narein Perera
- Project: ENIGMA
- Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka
- Photography: Dilshan weeraratne, Malaka weligodapola
- Software used: Autodesk, AutoCAD
- Structural engineer: Keerthi ratnayake
Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
Article source: NRM*Architects Office
It is a small house for the young family.
It captures accurately the characteristics of the site, you have to plan that maximize the potential possessed by the site.
It is a corner lot to Seddo to the west and south, but the west is a facade that is closed to traffic volume is large, we have a plan that can take advantage of the south side of the park as a scenic backdrop.
Image Courtesy © NRM*Architects Office
Sunday, May 24th, 2015
Article source: Pascal Grasso Architectures
They are simple sky-reflecting concrete and glass cubes framed, or rather camouflaged by vegetation.
Pascal Grasso conceived a spacious vacation home that reinvents outdoors living in perfect harmony with the environment – a contextual architecture designed as an adapted response to the surrounding geography, landscape, climate and light.
Image Courtesy © Cyrille Weiner
- Architects: Pascal Grasso Architectures
- Project: Maison Le Cap
- Location: Var (France)
- Photography: Cyrille Weiner
- Program: Vacation home
- Structural engineer: ARCORA
- Year : 2015