Open side-bar Menu
 ArchShowcase

Archive for the ‘Residential’ Category

Viviendas San Ignacio in Jalisco, Mexico by IX2 arquitectura

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: IX2 arquitectura 

This set of 10 houses (first stage) is located northwest of the town of La Barca, Mexico.

The houses are built on an area of ​​924.04m2 in a horizontal subdivision called Jardines de San Ignacio which has approximately 450 lots which are mostly of 90.00m2 (6.00×15.00m).

Image Courtesy © Lorena Darquea Schettini

Image Courtesy © Lorena Darquea Schettini

  • Architects: IX2 arquitectura (Javier Ituarte Landa)
  • Project: Viviendas San Ignacio
  • Location: La Barca, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Photography: Lorena Darquea Schettini
  • Colaboradores: Javier Zepeda Macías, Patricia Ortega Correa, Luis Gil del Río, Juan Ruíz García, Eduardo Gómez López
  • Construction management: Javier Ituarte Reynaud
  • Área: 759.70 m2
  • Construcción: 2016

(more…)

Guazuma House in Villahermosa, México by Alberto Zavala Arquitectos

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: Alberto Zavala Arquitectos

Weather conditions in the area, the topography and the existing vegetation, all acted as key elements in the creation of this eco-friendly project.

The land is located in a tropical area of lush vegetation on the outskirts of the city forming a descending grade from the upper street level to the rear garden which is adjacent to a golf course.

On the plot, there is a single tree (Guazuma ulmifolia, or more commonly known as West Indian elm or bay cedar) native to tropical America with highly visible dimensions and characteristics.

Image Courtesy © David Cervera

Image Courtesy © David Cervera

  • Architects: Alberto Zavala Arquitectos (Alberto Zavala Aguirre)
  • Project: Guazuma House
  • Location: Altozano, Villahermosa, México
  • Photography: David Cervera
  • Team members: Lenin Molina, Karla Ramírez, Vidaura Cardos, Georgina Doria, Jimena Castillo, Edair Puerto, Iván Uribe
  • Area: 575 m2
  • Year: 2015

(more…)

WE Guest House in Bridgehampton, New York by TA Dumbleton Architect PC

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: TA Dumbleton Architect PC 

Description

This house sits in a corner of a large lot in the center of Bridgehampton, New York.  Reminiscent of an old farmhouse with it’s simple shape and repetitive openings, also shares it’s DNA and it’s open space plan with that of a New York loft.

Image Courtesy © Ed Lederman

Image Courtesy © Ed Lederman

  • Architects: TA Dumbleton Architect PC
  • Project: WE Guest House
  • Location: Bridgehampton, New York, USA
  • Photography: Ed Lederman
  • Structural Engineer: Pat Arnett / Robert Silman Associates Structural Engineers
  • MEP Engineer: Eric Ettinger / Ettinger Engineering
  • TADA Project Team: Tim Dumbleton, Georgina Lalli, Monica Trejo, Letizia Spigarelli
  • Size: 3,000 SF
  • Status: Completed 2013
  • Date: 2012-2013

(more…)

Rosen Penthouse in Bordighera, Italy by ELEVENstudio

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: ELEVENstudio

The renovation of this 80-sqm-apartment located on the last floor of a traditional early 1900 English villa has used a very linear design as a frame for an eclectic mix of modern, ancient and ethnic details.

The designers found a space that had been strongly transformed during the last renovation made in the 80’s. Revisiting the stylistic choices made in order to lighten and de-materialize the existing structure, they tried to create back a dialogue with the traditional architecture.

Image Courtesy © ELEVENstudio

Image Courtesy © ELEVENstudio

  • Architects: ELEVENstudio
  • Project: Rosen Penthouse
  • Location: Bordighera, Italy

(more…)

Haus Bavaria in Regensburg, Germany by Carlo Berarducci Architecture

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: Carlo Berarducci Architecture

The project for a private urban residence is part of a continuous urban front in the heart of the medieval city of Regensburg in Bavaria.

In the historic medieval city center of Regensburg in Bavaria, the project foresees the reconstruction of a building, part of a traditional continuous urban “quint”.

Image Courtesy © Herbert Stolz

Image Courtesy © Herbert Stolz

  • Architects: Carlo Berarducci Architecture
  • Project: Haus Bavaria
  • Location: Regensburg, Germany
  • Photography: Herbert Stolz
  • Civil Engineer: Carlo Zimatore Engineer
  • Structural Engineer: Ingenieurburo Dr Lammel
  • Environmental Engineer: Elektroplannung Gmbh
  • Project Management: Carlo Berarducci, Carlo Zimatore
  • Design Team: Marco Folchi, Rossella Lanari, Davide Marchetti, Daniela Pastore
  • Main Contractor: Eukia Wohn Und Industriebau Baubetreuungs Gmbh Regensburg
  • Building Area: Mq 900
  • Project Date: 2006
  • Completion Date: December 2011

(more…)

Prefabricating the Void in Korea by Dioinno Architecture PLLC

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Article source: Dioinno Architecture PLLC

The timber structure in Korean traditional architecture presents fundamental nature of sustainability, maintaining the concept of physical space (whole) even after continuous renovation, change and transformation of materials (parts). Using the mode of ‘Prefabrication’, we attempt to reconstruct the space of living, based on ‘Madang’, an empty space with multiple functions and diverse social implications. Two base modules are used to create the diverse configurations, the solid and the void. The module in the Korean traditional housing is called ‘Kan’, the bay between columns. It needs bigger timber necessary to build larger ‘Kan’, which makes it very expensive to construct. Also, more ‘Kan’ implies bigger scale of construction, implying socio political values in the modularity of architecture. Sometimes, the housing is moved to other locations after the disassembling and reassembling, since permanent joint connection is rarely used in the traditional timber technique. The material is continuously replaced and reconfigured to strengthen the sense of space, emphasizing the relationship between the solid and void, the nature and architecture. The ‘Madang’ in Korean housing is naturally a void, a left over space. It is open framework between public street and private housing so that it can serve for either the public event, or extended private function. In the modern multifamily housing equipped with market driven globalization, the void has been disappeared. Without the void, apartment housing is the repetition of same plans. The functional space standardized the way of living. The façade becomes thin membrane dividing the public and private. Therefore, Prefabricating the void suggests to reconstruct diverse function of voids by prefabrication in architecture, giving depth to the façade, providing open framework for the residents to use with various purposes.

Image Courtesy © Dioinno Architecture PLLC

Image Courtesy © Dioinno Architecture PLLC

  • Architects: Dioinno Architecture PLLC
  • Project: Prefabricating the Void
  • Location: Korea
  • Design team: Jin Young Song, Kiwon Kim, Junghoon Ko, Byungki Kim

(more…)

Downs Path Contemporary Residence in New York by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: The McGraw Agency

The owners of this house live outside the United States and hired Blaze Makoid Architecture a few days before returning to their fulltime residence.  Almost all of the design effort with these highly involved clients has occurred without the luxury of face to face meetings.

Image Courtesy © Blaze Makoid Architecture

Image Courtesy © Blaze Makoid Architecture

(more…)

Don River House in Toronto, Canada by LGA Architectural Partners

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: LGA Architectural Partners

The parents of a close-knit, multi-generational family wanted a quiet and easily maintained urban retreat as a comfortable place for their family to enjoy a variety of experiences, alone or together, particularly outdoors. They were also extremely interested in land stewardship. In response, LGA Architectural Partners master planned the family’s existing home into an unusual and holistic environment that exemplifies a new form of luxury: a non-material and restorative environment that is designed to foster connections with both family and nature. In an affluent area of Toronto and on the bank of a tributary of the Don River, the property is unique, a blurring of indoor and outdoor spaces that engage the family with their setting while also fostering biodiversity and wellness.

Image Courtesy © Ben Rahn / A-Frame Inc.

Image Courtesy © Ben Rahn / A-Frame Inc.

  • Architects: LGA Architectural Partners
  • Project: Don River House
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Photography: Ben Rahn / A-Frame Inc.
  • Architectural Project Team: Janna Levitt, Partner-in-Charge, Erik Cunnington, Project Architect, Allison Janes
  • Consultant Team: Scott Torrance Landscape Architect Inc.
  • Construction Manager: Boszko & Verity Inc.
  • Size:
    • House Addition: 800 square feet
    • Pool House: 475 square feet
    • Garage:  1,000 square feet
    • Site: 0.7 acres
  • Completion: June 2012

(more…)

Bojanic House in Sherman Oaks, California by Martin Fenlon Architecture

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: Martin Fenlon Architecture 

What started out as a relatively minor remodel of a modest bungalow evolved over the course of construction into a new 2,500 s.f. house, with the existing foundation and footprint as the only original elements.  The Bojanics acted as owner-builders, keeping construction costs to a bare minimum.  The end result was a uniquely collaborative effort; one where the design was worked out on a day-to-day basis during construction in a manner that bordered on improvisation.

Image Courtesy © Martin Fenlon Architecture

Image Courtesy © Martin Fenlon Architecture

  • Architects: Martin Fenlon Architecture
  • Project: Bojanic House
  • Location: Sherman Oaks, California, USA
  • Client: Val & Dee Bojanic
  • Structural Engineer: Hongkook Kim
  • Constructed Area: 762 sqm
  • Project Year: 2004-2006

(more…)

Sinbad Creek Residence in Sunol, California by Swatt | Miers Architects

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: Swatt | Miers Architects

The Sinbad Creek House project started in 2008, when the owners – a couple, newly retired from the biotech field and avid horseback riders – decided they wanted to be able to spend more time enjoying the outdoors. Desiring a change from condominium living, they purchased a bucolic 5.3 acre hillside lot in rural Sunol, with unique views in three directions: a beautiful up-slope hillside with mature oaks and a giant walnut tree to the east, a canyon ridge to the west, and Mission Peak to the south. They imagined a modern residence that would embrace its beautiful setting, take advantage of the site’s many vistas, and allow for multiple ways of enjoying the surrounding natural environment.

Image Courtesy © Swatt | Miers Architects

Image Courtesy © Swatt | Miers Architects

(more…)

Graphisoft ARCHICAD  Download a 30-Day FREE trial
Canon
Bentley:Microstation License
CADalog.com - Countless CAD add-ons, plug-ins and more.



Internet Business Systems © 2017 Internet Business Systems, Inc.
595 Millich Dr., Suite 216, Campbell, CA 95008
+1 (408)-337-6870 — Contact Us, or visit our other sites:
TechJobsCafe - Technical Jobs and Resumes EDACafe - Electronic Design Automation GISCafe - Geographical Information Services  MCADCafe - Mechanical Design and Engineering ShareCG - Share Computer Graphic (CG) Animation, 3D Art and 3D Models
  Privacy Policy