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SOCIAL HOUSING RESIDENCE in VAULX-EN-VELIN, FRANCE by PETITDIDIERPRIOUX ARCHITECTES

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Article source: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX ARCHITECTES

This new social housing residence comprising 92 apartments aims to replace the “Mas du Taureau” hostel which is programmed to be demolished. It is located in an urban development zone within which no other works have yet begun. Intended to house former migrant workers, single-parent families and isolated individuals, the residence must accompany a new page of their life and develop the identity of the future neighborhood. To favor the appropriation of the setting by its inhabitants and its acceptance by the neighbors, the architecture moves away from the codes that generally define the image held by hostels and particular care is taken inside the building to organize the routes of the residents. Laid out as a right angle, the building offers a vast interior garden. The assembly of three small buildings is a pleasant neighborhood scale and allowed the lessor to rehouse former neighbors on the basis of affinities. A specific approach is proposed for each side of the building: the north glazed façade provides transparency between street and garden, placing emphasis on the movements on the access decks. Vertical elements forming fins optimize the provision of natural light and enliven the façade. The rhythmic continuity and the effect of slightly offset projecting fascias assure the link between the two façades giving onto the streets.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

  • Architects: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX ARCHITECTES
  • Project: SOCIAL HOUSING RESIDENCE
  • Location: Vaulx-en-Velin (69), ZAC de l’Hôtel de Ville, France
  • Photography: Sergio Grazia
  • Project manager: PETITDIDIERPRIOUX architect, SNC LAVALIN All-trades, sustainable engineering and quantity surveying
  • Client: ADOMA
  • Program: 92 housing units (78 studio apartments and 14 one-bedroom apartments)
  • Surface: 2,180 m2 habitable floor area + usable floor area // 2,460 m2 floor area
  • Environmental objectives: RT 2012 (French Thermal Regulation)
  • Calendar: Completion March 2015
  • Cost: €4.32 M excl. VAT

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Split House in East Sussex, England by Alma-nac – Collaborative Architecture

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Article source: Alma-nac – Collaborative Architecture 

Split House is a contemporary private house on a coastal hill top in Fairlight, Rother. The client, a couple well engaged with the local community,  wanted to build a through-life house that would engage with the surrounding landscape, with a construction process that would draw from the local trades.

Image Courtesy © Jack Hobhouse

Image Courtesy © Jack Hobhouse

  • Architects: Alma-nac – Collaborative Architecture
  • Project: Split House
  • Location: East Sussex, England
  • Photography: Jack Hobhouse
  • Client: Private
  • Commission: Competition
  • Project Completion: November 2014
  • Construction Cost: £775,000
  • Structural Engineers: Heyne Tillet Steel
  • Project engineer: Mark Goodbrand
  • Lighting design: Clementine Rodgers
  • Consultant team:  
    • Specialist Joinery  – Olly Adams
    • M&E – EEP

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FOUR HOUSES IN São Sebastião, Brazil by Studio Arthur Casas

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Article source: Studio Arthur Casas

This condo is located in front of Baleia beach, sitting between a large rainforest reserve in the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. These are weekend houses, with layouts that stimulate social interaction and blend spaces developed through diagonal relations.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra

  • Architects: Studio Arthur Casas
  • Project: FOUR HOUSES IN BALEIA BEACH
  • Location: Praia da Baleia, São Sebastião, Brasil
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra
  • Co-authors: Regiane Khristian, Flávia Castellan Milena Chieco e Renata Adoni
  • Contractor: GD8 ENGENHARIA
  • Consultants: Grau Engenharia (MPE Mechanical Electrical Plumbing); Gil Fialho (landscape); Lab Luz (lighting design); BK Engenharia (structural)
  • Project: 2008
  • Conclusion: 2012
  • Total Area: 2340m²
  • Suppliers: Snaldi (windows); Pantanal (stones); Parque SP (wooden floor); Palimanan (pool finishing); Kitchens (kitchen); Lumini (lighting); Nina Martinelli (facade)
  • Interior Design: Casual (sofa and coffee table – Arthur Casas); Casa Matriz (sofa); Dpot (Mole armchair); Interni (Vareta lamp); Tora Brasil (coffee table and dining table); Emporium Cortinas (futon and curtains); Arthur Decor (blinds); By Kamy (rug)

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LIMITED ITAIM in São Paulo, Brazil by PSA Arquitetura

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: PSA Arquitetura

This residential project inserted in the neighbourhood of Itaim Bibi, south of São Paulo, explored its best qualities to provide a respectful relationship with the surroundings. The basement proportion is designed as a volume that dialogues with the street scale. The distance between the building and the street allows a better landscape perception, including the open front garden that welcomes inhabitants and visitors.

Image Courtesy © Marcelo Scarpis

Image Courtesy © Marcelo Scarpis

  • Architects: PSA Arquitetura
  • Project: LIMITED ITAIM
  • Location: Itaim Bibi, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Photography: Marcelo Scarpis
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Sitearea: 1 455,17 m²
  • Builtarea: 13 925,36 m²
  • Project year: 2010
  • Conclusion: 2014

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SRK in Meguro, Tokyo by ARTechnic architects

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: ARTechnic architects

By expanding and adjusting the existing land condition and nature within, I have attempted to create a space which provides dwelling as like a part of the nature.

The shape has been finalized rationally and organically in the forming process of dealing with the site condition and requested function. Not only the result of the form being organic, by paying attention to the organic matter of the planning process, the process itself perhaps produced the organic space.

Image Courtesy © Nacasa & Partners Inc.

Image Courtesy © Nacasa & Partners Inc.

  • Architects: ARTechnic architects
  • Project: SRK
  • Location: Meguro, Tokyo
  • Photography: Nacasa & Partners Inc.
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Assistant: Ruri Mitsuyasu
  • Structural engineer: Naomi Kitayama / NAO
  • Client: Kazuyuki Shirakura
  • Site:
    • Conditions Residential area
    • Semi-fire protection area
    • Front street:5.45m
  • Scale:
    • Building scale: 2 stories / Maximum height 6.89m
    • Site area: 234.44 m2
    • Building area: 113.54 m2 (building coverage ratio 48.43 legal max.50)
    • Total floor area: 176.08 m2 (floor area ratio 71.18 legal max.100)
    • B1 floor: 9.2 m2
    • 1 floor: 101.22 m2
    • 2 floor: 65.66 m2
  • Process of work:
    • Design and construction
    • Management period Jun, 2012-Jun, 2013
    • Construction period Jun, 2013-Jun, 2014

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Bass Street Residence in Melbourne, Australia by B.E Architecture

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: B.E Architecture

A stacked rectilinear form, Bass Street Residence uses a series of subtly angled walls in opposing directions so the building composition creates a slight sense of tension between the property’s two key outlooks.

Image Courtesy © B.E Architecture

Image Courtesy © B.E Architecture

  • Architects: B.E Architecture
  • Project: Bass Street Residence
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Software used: Revit and CAD

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Study – Sonnenhof Residential Complex by Fischer Architekten AG

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Article source: Fischer Architekten AG

Three structures form a cluster, each of which has a central courtyard. The positioning of the three clusters results in the optimal exposure and minimal shading of the total of 140 apartments.

Image Courtesy © Fischer Architekten AG

Image Courtesy © Fischer Architekten AG

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Boundary House in Chiba, Japan by Atelier Tekuto

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Article source: Atelier Tekuto

The site is located within the urbanization controlled area on the boundary of residential area and farmland. The client was only allowed to build due to his vested rights of the land.

Building facades from major approaches., Image Courtesy © Toshihiro Sobajima

Building facades from major approaches., Image Courtesy © Toshihiro Sobajima

  • Architects: Atelier Tekuto, Yasuhiro Yamashita + Takumi Niwamoto
  • Project: Boundary House
  • Location: Chiba, Japan
  • Photography: Toshihiro Sobajima
  • Software used: JW Cad
  • Structure: Kenji Nawa / /SUWA architects + engineers
  • Construction: Yasuhide Ninomiya + Fumimasa Saito + Ninomiya Construction Company
  • Site area: 178.23
  • Building area: 99.85
  • Total floor area: 99.85
  • Completed: July, 2012

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House in Shfela, Israel by Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Article source: Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

Two level house, ground floor and basement. The building’s concept is an integration with the natural landscape in the area and in the plot, while creating a dramatic entrance façade that is still restrained and mysterious toward the street. Instead of highlighting the large and regular windows, and the doors, the idea was to hint at the building by creating two concrete beams with a line of trees between them.

Image Courtesy © Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

Image Courtesy © Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects

  • Architects: Dan and Hila Israelevitz Architects
  • Project: House in Shfela
  • Location: Shfela, Israel
  • Plot area: 12,000 square meters
  • Gardened area: 5,000 square meters
  • Built area: 750 square meters
  • End of construction: 2014
  • Plot/ environment analysis: a house on an estate

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bm Modular One in Washington, D.C. by Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Article source: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

A successful builder / developer with a history of constructing modular houses purchased a lot in a desirable neighborhood near Washington, D.C. with the intention of building a spec house.  When a potential buyer expressed interest in the lot, the developer proposed a modular house as a solution to a tight budget and time constraints.  However, the craftsman and colonial style modular houses typically built by the developer did not appeal to the potential client, who desired a light-filled, modern house.

Image Courtesy © Maxwell Mackenzie

Image Courtesy © Maxwell Mackenzie

  • Architects: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect
  • Project: bm Modular One
  • Location: Washington, D.C, United States
  • Photography: David Burroughs, Maxwell Mackenzie, Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural Photographer
  • Project  Architect: Kara R. McHone
  • General Contractor: Sandy Spring Builders
  • Pre-Fab Contractor: Nationwide Homes
  • Interior Designer: Therese Baron Gurney, ASID
  • Landscape Designer: Kevin Campion
  • Engineer: Anthony Beale LLC
  • Completion Date: October 2013

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