Archive for the ‘Private House’ Category
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Article source: A.Masow Architects
Villa with modern and volumetric design located in Almaty, Kazakhstan. This is a modern Villa with features seductive modern lines, with a beautiful lake view and a lounge area, this house is ideal for a young couple with two children. Clever design with two floor, ensures that the villa offers a variety of distinct areas, terrace with lounge area and dining area, garden and living room – that also connect to each other. The upper level is dedicated to the bedrooms while the main level accommodates the living rooms. By placement of large windows flooded of light and will look fresh each room. Villa create a perfect ambience for romantic evenings. Beautiful place with amazing view of mountains from one side and beautiful view to city.
Image Courtesy © A.Masow Architects
- Architects: A.Masow Architects
- Project: Villa in Almaty
- Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan
- Design architect: Aibek Almassov
- Type: Private House
- Building area: 10,000 sqf / 380 sqm
- Status: under construction
Thursday, May 21st, 2015
Article source: Gustav Appell Arkitektkontor
This private house is shaped as simple volumes contrasting the dramatic topography and the leafy greenery of the surroundings. The development restrictions of the site and the beautiful, tall oak trees did not allow for any standardized solutions. Instead the limitations became the starting point for the initial sketches. The result is a white L-shaped wooden house framing a secluded courtyard. The geometry of the house makes the most of the surrounding views, maximizes the development rights and creates a terrace high among the branches of the oak-trees.
Image Courtesy © Åke E:son Lindman
- Architects: Gustav Appell Arkitektkontor
- Project: Villa Nacka
- Location: Nacka, Sweden
- Photography: Åke E:son Lindman
- Construction year: 2009
- Gross external area: 220 m²
Friday, April 17th, 2015
Article source: Shinji Yoshida
This project is a family house for five people. The site is long and narrow like the bed of an eel, and is 20 feet by 60 feet.
The location was initially difficult to maximize sunlight because of the surrounding houses that crowded the site. However, through a series of steps a resolution was achieved. First, three parking spaces were created at the owner’s request.
Image Courtesy © Y.Harigane
- Architects: Shinji Yoshida
- Project: Anguilla House
- Location: Fukuoka city , Japan
- Photography: Y.Harigane
- Total floor area: 129.34㎡
- Year: 2014
Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
Article source: CAST architecture
Nestled at the edge of a sub alpine meadow in the upper Methow Valley, the Ranchero is a base camp for year round outdoor adventure and a social h ub for gatherings of friends and family.
Image Courtesy © CAST architecture
- Architects: CAST architecture
- Project: THE RANCHERO
- Location: Mazama, Washington, US
- Principal Project Lead: Tim Hammer
- Design Team: Stefan Hampden, Matt Hutchins, AIA
- Client: Withheld
- Structural Engineering: Stoney Point Engineering
- Project Area:1600 sq. ft. SF home with 800 sq. ft. of covered outdoor space
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Article source: Adriano Pimenta Architects
Its pre-existence allows dazzling a House classified by the Oporto City Hall, a garden and a vegetable garden. The house was converted into two apartments keeping its original features; the principal garden remained, in the vegetable garden two houses were built. The common garage relates all the elements to each other.
Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira
- Architects: Adriano Pimenta Architects & Octavio Queirós Architects
- Project: Kopke Condo
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Photography: Arménio Teixeira
- Project coordinator: Paulo Morgado
- Project Assistants: Ana Ferreira, Carolina Salcedo and Maria Vasconcelos
- Client: Odlaca, Management and Real Estate Investments
- General Contractor: Cobelba SA
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014
Article source: Studioata
Facing the picturesque Gulf of Alassio and located in a bright panoramic view, a nineteenth-century villa includes a ruined and abandoned 35 m2 wide dependence surrounded by a wide terraced park. The latter was destined to be demolished by the client and transformed in a private residence.
Image Courtesy © Beppe Giardino
- Architects: Studioata
- Project: Studioata
- Location: Alassio, Italy
- Photography: Beppe Giardino
- Client: Private
- Structures: Galvagno Leoncedis studio associato
- Contractors: EN.CA. S.n.c, Villanova D’Albenga, Liguria
- Other trades: Fresia Alluminio Spa Torino (doors and windows); Falegnameria Gianelli (fixed furniture)
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014
Article source: Margot Krasojevic Architects-Decodeine
This private residence is anchored into the coast, in an attempt to harness tidal power as a way of sustaining the shelter. The tidal house has two shells, the outer cast in concrete anchors the house to the beach whilst the interior shell contained within rises with the tide as it enters the outer shell.
Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic
Friday, August 22nd, 2014
Article source: APOLLO Architects & Associates
The site is located in a residential area on a plateau in Yokohama-city. The characteristic façade is designed with exposed concrete and wooden lattices of Serangan batu wood, taking the horizon into consideration. It is a classic of modern design that is conscious of harmony with the surrounding greens and peaceful townscape. This two-family house successfully creates a dignity and formality that are unique to the residence.
Image Courtesy © Masao Nishikawa
- Architects: APOLLO Architects & Associates
- Project: FOO
- Location: Yokohama City, Japan
- Photography: Masao Nishikawa
- Date of Completion: February 2007
- Principal Use: Private Housing
- Structure: RC
- Site Area: 241.87m2
- Building Area: 120.57m2
- Total Floor Area: 190.45m2 (1F,113.40 m2/2F, 77.05m2)
- Structure Engineers: Masaki Structure (Kenta Masaki)
- Facility Engineers: Shimada Architects (Zenei Shimada)
- Construction: JPhome
Wednesday, June 18th, 2014
Article source: Nicolas Laisné Associés
This house is the product of the renovation of a boating warehouse by a large pond near Orleans.
Facing the forest, wooden blades hide the house from a public footpath. The second facade literally hangs over the water, with each of its rooms opening onto a landscape where high timber trees mix with reflections in the water.
Image Courtesy © Nicolas Laisné Associés, Christophe Rousselle Architects
Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Article source: Syte Architects
The proposal relates to the construction of a new contemporary two-storey brick extension to an historic Edwardian house. The design of the proposed extension has been defined by the site conditions and constraints.
The most unique characteristic of 1 Milman Road is the corner bay window. Most houses at the end of terrace terminate in a blank brick side elevation, most notably the building at the rear of the garden, along Harvist Road. On this property however, the terrace turns the corner and continues onto the Harvist Road elevation by using a distinct corner bay window. The new extension seeks to repeat the device of the corner window. The modern interpretation is intended to link the elevations as if they were continuous, akin to the corner bay window, but on a subdued scale.
Image Courtesy © Syte Architects