Archive for the ‘Guest House’ Category
Tuesday, June 26th, 2018
Article source: YOD Design Lab
Guest houses are the part of Verholy Relax Park. They are built from lightweight constructions, which help to realize a project in a short time. Instead of using usual solid base, houses stand on the so-called screw-base. This technology allows set the structure right in the pine forest without damaging trees.
Image Courtesy © Andrey Avdeenko
- Architects: YOD Design Lab
- Project: Guest Houses 2.0
- Location: Verholy Relax Park, Sosnivka village, Poltava region, Ukraine
- Photography: Andrey Avdeenko
- Area: 32 m2
- Status: Realized in 2016
Tuesday, June 19th, 2018
Article source: arbol
Guesthouse-connecting people with the hart of hospitality and Japanese citron Mr. Kenkichi Nakano, who worked as an amateur photographer in Kito village, Tokushima prefecture, was loved by many people, Unfortunately he came down with illness, but left a will to his wife, Mineko san, \”Do what you want to do\”.
Image Courtesy © Yashunori Shimomura
- Architects: arbol
- Project: Guest House [hanare]
- Location: Kawashima, Kitouizuhara, Naka, Naga-gun, Tokushima, Japan
- Photography: Yashunori Shimomura
- Client: Mineko Nakano
- Site Area: approx 1800 ㎡
- Total Floor: 61.56 ㎡
- First Floor: 61.56 ㎡
- Period: 2016 October – 2017 May
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018
Article source: MODAL DESIGN
Celebrating a Client’s passion for collecting modern and video art yet supporting her needs for a functional studio and guest house, the Amoroso Studio is a truly inspired multi-functional space: part art backdrop, part guest loft, part utilitarian workroom.
A replacement for a termite-ridden garage behind a Craftsman home in Venice Beach, CA, the design of the 1,060 square foot studio was driven by the Client’s commitment to collecting video and film based works by emerging artists who delve into gender, identity and socio-political issues. As an executive in the entertainment industry, her support of young and evolving talent began, in part, from her time living in London near the Serpentine Gallery. When Modal Design was brought on board the Client specifically cited the Gallery and its temporary pavilions as moments of personal delight and intrigue.
Image Courtesy © Benny Chan / Fotoworks
- Architects: MODAL DESIGN (Daniel Monti)
- Project: Amoroso Studio
- Location: Venice, California, USA
- Photography: Benny Chan / Fotoworks
- Software used: SketchUp, Autocad
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1072 Square Feet
- Completion Year: 2016
Thursday, May 17th, 2018
Article source: 3andwich Design / He Wei Studio
Located in Xin County, Henan Province, this project is an crucial part of the Dabie Mountains Outdoor Campground Park, which has been regarded as an important gateway to the Dabie Mountains National Hiking Trails.
The site of B Garden is backed by small hills, which is rich in vegetation, with a tea garden in front, a river that runs through the campground at a distance, and the hills on the other side. The site is on the platform at the foot of the mountain with open and broad views to the south and water flowing in front, namely, a geomantic site of traditional China.
There were several abandoned and dilapidated dwellings on site, which the owners wished to demolish and to construct new buildings on.
The view to guest-room From water level, Image Courtesy © Jin Weiqi
- Architects: 3andwich Design / He Wei Studio
- Project: B Garden
- Location: Xin County, Xinyang City, Henan Province, China
- Photography: Jin Weiqi, Zhou Meng
- Client: Xin County Dabie Mountain Camping Park Co., Ltd.
- Design Team: Chen Long, Li Qiang, Zhao Zhuoran, Song Ke, Wang Lingzhe, Huang Shilin
- Building Area: 920 sqm
- Period of Design: Nov. 2016 – Feb. 2016
- Period of Construction: Jun. 2017 – Sept. 2017
Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Article source: H&W Design Office
The sense of literature of Xiamen is more profound than the freshness of walking by the sea, it is rooted in the undulating waves . The light of the interior space is soft, and the deep sense of modern has kept the low-key luxury temperament of old Shanghai, thus the room presents a narrative tone.
Multi-function room, Image Courtesy © SHI Yunfeng
- Designers: H&W Design Office (HU Ke, WANG Rui)
- Project: Xiamen Guanyin Mountain Chamber
- Location: Xiamen, China
- Photography: SHI Yunfeng
- Area: 1280㎡
- Project time: Sep., 2017
Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Article source: CCD/ Cheng Chung Design (HK)
The entrance is a square consist of Lingnan styled pond and garden path; standing in the centre of the pond is a French style fountain.
8F Banquet Hall (Including the Lobby)
Banquet hall includes 7F, 8F and 9F, design concept of this space comes from French Louvre Museum. The banquet hall is like the ancient castle of the Sun King Louis XIV, giving out a sense of grace of the Palace of Versailles. The design tries to present the mighty and power of Bourbon Dynasty, and to represent the golden age of France. Standing on the top of the stairs of the 8F, we can have fine views of the spacious outdoor garden, where a three storey high vertical green wall adds intoxicating scenery to the garden.
Image Courtesy © CCD/ Cheng Chung Design (HK)
- Designer: CCD/ Cheng Chung Design (HK)
- Project: Louvre Sofitel Hotel
- Location: Foshan, China
- Construction company: SHENZHEN ASIANTIME INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD
- Area: 60000 ㎡
- Design Time: 2011-2017
- Completion Time: July 1st, 2017
Friday, February 16th, 2018
Article source: Factor Eficiencia
Ignacia Guest House starts from the rescue of this old house in memory of whom was the former housekeeper for more than 70 years. The concept of the project was created starting from the personality and documentary information about Mrs. Ignacia, from the chromatic palette and gardening (inspired by the landscapes of Ignacia’s origin place, Guerrero) to the intimacy of spaces.
Image Courtesy © Jaime Navarro
- Architects: Factor Eficiencia
- Project: Ignacia Guest House
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Photography: Jaime Navarro
- Owner: Gina Lozada and Fermín Espinosa
- Interior design firm: Andrés Gutiérrez (A-G)
- Interior Design Project Team: Maye Ruíz, Andrea Martín and Montserrat Padilla
- Landscape: Maye Ruíz (A-G)
- Date: 21/01/2017
Wednesday, January 31st, 2018
Article source: Wingårdhs
On Niels Brocks Gade 1 in Copenhagen stands a building that has drawn the attention of admiring gazes for generations. The magnificent original building was designed in 1903 for an insurance company, and was later home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. After the building had been vacant for an extended period, the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has now moved in.
Image Courtesy © Wing+Ñrds Andre Pihl
- Architects: Wingårdhs
- Project: Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
- Location: Niels Brocks Gade 1, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Photography: Wing+Ñrds Andre Pihl
- Client: Nobis AB
- Size: 5,500 sq m
- Completion time: 2017
Friday, January 12th, 2018
Article source: guga Urban Architecture
The site is located in Tosan-ri, an area in Jeju Island with a beautiful, natural and relaxing view of the ocean and Mount Hallasan. Facing the sea, the Tosan-ri house is perched on a slight slope resulting in two uneven ground levels, surrounded by low stonewalls and trees.
Image Courtesy © Yoon Joon-hwan
- Architects: guga Urban Architecture
- Project: Tosan-ri Guest house
- Location: Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Korea
- Photography: Yoon Joon-hwan
- Lead Architect: Junggoo Cho
- Design Team: Jiyoung Joe, Soomin Yang, Seongeun Gu
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 191.25m2
- Completion Year: 2016
Tuesday, January 9th, 2018
Article source: Janson Goldstein
The master plan for this four-acre hillside site outside of the Upstate New York town of Hudson includes a new guesthouse and pool adjacent to an existing contemporary home. The 20-foot-by-45-foot pool takes advantage of the property’s Hudson Valley views, while the guesthouse, nearly surrounded by a new meadow, forms an entry court with the main structure. A covered breezeway divides the guesthouse into two sides, one a gym for the homeowners and guests, the other a living-and-sleeping area for guests. The opening acts as a bridge between the sides, allowing for privacy as well as connection to the surrounding landscape. Clad in vertical wooden slats, the structure’s simple construction, including exposed rafters and concrete flooring, features an elegant glass wall that maximizes the building’s transparency and view.
Image Courtesy © Scott Frances
- Architects: Janson Goldstein
- Project: Hudson Valley Guest House
- Location: Hudson, New York, USA
- Photography: Scott Frances, Mikko Kikuyama
- Lead Architects: Hal Goldstein, Stefan Kusurelis, Mark Janson, Steve Scuro
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1,000 sq. ft.
- Completion Year: 2015