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LV House in Spain by A-cero architects

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Article source: A-cero architects 

A-cero presents a new single-family house located in the north of Spain.

With a different aesthetic criteria that characterize the studio managed by architects Joaquín Torres and Rafael Llamazares. This house designed by A-cero is provided outdoors and indoors with high standard quality materials and furniture.

Image Courtesy © Plasmalia

  • Architects: A-cero architects
  • Project: LV House
  • Location: North of Spain
  • Photography: Plasmalia
  • Project Team: A-cero architects
  • Contributors: A-cero In
  • Decoration: A-cero In
  • Lighting: A-cero In
  • Construction area: 1000 m2
  • Construction start and end date: 2013-2014

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Hacienda San Antonio Chablé Restoration for Chablé Resort in Yucatan, Mexico by Central de Proyectos SCP

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Article source: Central de Proyectos SCP 

The project to reactivate the old Hacienda San Antonio Chable for a new hotel comprises the restoration and adaptation of the ancient buildings that make up the main settlement of the hacienda, as well as the open spaces, squares and gardens surrounding them. The hacienda, whose first records obtained date from the year 1813, began as a corn and livestock farm, and later as an henequen fiber production site.

Image Courtesy © Eduardo Calvo Santisbón

  • Architects: Central de Proyectos SCP
  • Project: Hacienda San Antonio Chablé Restoration for Chablé Resort
  • Location: Choholá, Yucatan, Mexico
  • Photography: Eduardo Calvo Santisbón
  • Architects in charge: Arq. Ana Laura Puig Casares, Arq. Eduardo Calvo Santisbón, Engineer Luis Jorge Puig Espinosa
  • Decoration: Paulina Morán
  • Surface area: 50,000M2 (5 ha)
  • Year: 2015

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Weekend house in Hiroshima, Japan by Araki+Sasaki architects

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: Araki+Sasaki architects

Kumano-cho is the traditional brush production region in Hiroshima, Japan. “Weekend house in Kumano-cho” is the privacy-conscious weekend house for the old family. Therefore, it does not have large southern windows near the neighboring house, while Japanese houses are usually open to the south side.

Image Courtesy © Shinkenchiku-sha

  • Architects: Araki+Sasaki architects
  • Project: Weekend house
  • Location: Hiroshima, Japan
  • Photography: Shinkenchiku-sha
  • Structure: Akira Suzuki / ASA
  • Site area: 1215.26 m2
  • Building area: 99.65 m2
  • Total floor area: 87.78 m2
  • Project year: 2017

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Yo House in Kiryat Tivon, Israel by SO Architecture

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: SO Architecture 

A home within the nature, at the Israeli peaceful municipality of Kiryat Tivon. 16o Sq. m, built on a 500 Sq. m lot.

The site is sloped to an extent of approximately 30% and is surrounded by a natural oak grove.

Image Courtesy © Shai Epstein

  • Architects: SO Architecture
  • Project: Yo House
  • Location: Kiryat Tivon, Israel
  • Photography: Shai Epstein
  • Structural Engineer: SABA Engineers and architects
  • Plot: 500 SQM
  • Area: 160 SQM

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Mrs. Fan’s Plugin House in Beijing, China by People’s Architecture Office

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: People’s Architecture Office

Mrs. Fan is from a traditional Chinese family. Newlyweds like her are expected to purchase a car and move into a new house in the suburbs to start the next phase of their life. But for people in their early 30’s who wish to be financially independent, the astronomical price of real estate in Beijing makes buying a house on their own nearly impossible.

Image Courtesy © Gao Tianxia

  • Architects: People’s Architecture Office
  • Project: Mrs. Fan’s Plugin House
  • Location: Changchun Jie, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Gao Tianxia
  • Client: Mrs. Fan
  • Principal: He Zhe, James Shen, Zang Feng
  • Project Team: Chen Yihuai, Zhang Zhen
  • Date of Completion: July 2016

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Sous-Bois in Liege, Belgium by Luc Spits Architecture

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: Luc Spits Architecture

Situated in an undergrowth, this architecture interacts with its surroundings.

The new construction, accesses and approaches are the result of the physical constraints of the site.

Image Courtesy © Luc Spits Architecture

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Ham Saye Apartment (The Neighbor) in Tehran, Iran by Razan Architects

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: Razan Architects

Based on the urban situation, people’s lifestyle and revitalizing the concept of reconciling human and nature, the architect tried to create a pattern within which all the expectations fit. “The building is called The Neighbor in order to be neighboring to the shading tree in the yard. We want it to be arisen from the nature and to describe architecture as a living paradigm.” -Said the architect. One of the remarkable specifications of the project is using recycled materials in order to lower the budget. The white façade is a product of combining cement and recycled stone. “We tried to bring the architecture into the homes of ones who had forgotten the “Quality” because of its high cost.” -Said the architect. Characteristics that describe the essence of design: Communication: The interior communal spaces provide the opportunity for the residents to easily communicate. The yard has short walls so the neighbors can let themselves inside, rest under the shade of the tree and have a friendly chat. Diversity: Order is nature’s quiddity. Architect looks for creation of inner order based on diversity as well as harmony. Reducing repetitive elements and using a modular design system resulted in a variety of different apartments, both in the structure of the plan and the exterior façade. Originality: Everything seems original here. All the spaces are designed based on a function. Being a home: The units get enough amount of daylight. Terraces are like private little gardens that have a great view to the city.

Image Courtesy © Razan Architects

  • Architects: Razan Architects
  • Project: Ham Saye Apartment (The Neighbor)
  • Location: Tehran, Iran

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House on the house in Shanghai, China by Wutopia Lab

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Article source: Wutopia Lab

House on the house used to be shanty above the slums. It was ruins contained whole family with 6 persons on the top of an 86 years history water tower. Architect decided to totally reconstruct the house base on left structure of water tower as meanwhile can’t change house contour according to the code. And the new house should be a complex system with different subsystem but influent each other in content and space with simple display.

Image Courtesy © HU Yijie, CreatAR Images (Ai Qing, Mao Yingchen)

  • Architects: Wutopia Lab
  • Project: House on the house
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Photography: HU Yijie, CreatAR Images (Ai Qing, Mao Yingchen)
  • Architect in charge: YU Ting
  • Design Team: XIA Murong, GE Yufei, WANG Suyu, LIU Qicai, YU Junfeng
  • EPC: PSA Associate
  • Floor Area: 39 m2
  • Project Year: 2015

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Tree Top Residence in Los Angeles, California by Belzberg Architects

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Article source: Belzberg Architects 

The Tree Top Residence celebrates the site’s complex landscape, merging with it seamlessly and emerging from it atop the canopy of trees that surround it. Built along a natural ridgeline, the long and narrow plan of the three-story house mimics and inverts the angles of the site’s topography, creating dynamic vertical and horizontal relationships.

Image Courtesy © Bruce Damonte and Art Gray

  • Architects: Belzberg Architects
  • Project: Tree Top Residence
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Photography: Bruce Damonte and Art Gray
  • Partner-in-Charge: Hagy Belzberg
  • Project Manager: David Cheung (Daniel Rentsch, Jennifer Wu, Chris Sanford, Barry Gartin, Susan Nwankpa, Brock DeSmit, Chris Arntzen, Glenn Ginter, Andrew Kim, Ashley CoonKim, Ashley Coon)
  • Interior Designer: Curated, Inc.
  • Landscape Architect: Pamela Burton & Company Landscape Architecture
  • Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti

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Xafix House in Aguascalientes, Mexico by LM ARKYLAB

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Article source: LM ARKYLAB

The site is a regular 12×25 meters plot located in an elevated zone at the northwest side of Aguascalientes city, with an east front and having the privileged view to the Cerro del Muerto’s sunset in the backyard.

Image Courtesy © Oscar Hernández

  • Architects: LM ARKYLAB
  • Project: Xafix House
  • Location: Aguascalientes, Mexico
  • Photography: Oscar Hernández
  • Architect in charge: Luis Morán
  • Collaborators: Christian Mujica, Mauricio Rubalcava, Cynthia López, Giselle Maragued, Hugo Lamas, Elena González, Javier Calzada
  • Structural Design: José Ángel Ortiz Lozano
  • Materiality: Concrete, Steel, Glass, Wood
  • Completion: 2014

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