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Sonoma Pool House in California by Klopf Architecture

Wednesday, June 9th, 2021

Article source: Klopf Architecture

Inspired by the Barcelona Pavilion designed by Mies van der Rohe, the combination pool house and guest house was designed to connect the pool area to the original design of the mid-century modern main residence. The new pool house/guest house was one component of an integrated master plan that included renovations to the main house, the new pool, and a new art studio. Thoughtful planning was taken to ensure that all structures were carefully aligned to feel at rest with one another and to create a sense of cohesiveness throughout the property.

Image Courtesy © Mariko Reed

  • Architects: Klopf Architecture
  • Project: Sonoma Pool House
  • Location: Sonoma, California
  • Photography: Mariko Reed
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Project Team: John Klopf, Geoff Campen, Klara Kevane, and Yegvenia Torres
  • Year completed: 2016


Villa Reden Apartments in Chorzow, Poland by Architekt Maciej Franta

Friday, May 14th, 2021

Article source: Architekt Maciej Franta

The unique context of the place and the potential negative consequence of implementing a new tissue in this unique area meant that the decision to shape a new building was not easy and had to refer directly to these guidelines, not compete with them, and “respond” to the environment with its uniqueness in a contemporary way. The task was even more difficult as the budget was limited and the investor’s expectations were high. The idea and shape of the building resulted directly from the irregular polygonal shape of the area intended for development and the idea of ​​leaving the largest possible tree stand on the plot. Such a simple inspiration has become the basic guideline for shaping the building. Creating the form step by step, first of all: the solid was formed in accordance with the function of the apartments, optimizing their function into the shape of an irregular polygon.

Image Courtesy © Architekt Maciej Franta

  • Architects: Architekt Maciej Franta
  • Project: Villa Reden Apartments
  • Location: Chorzow, Poland
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Author: Maciej Franta & team


Centro Cultural Ambiental in Mexico by Alan Enríquez | Arquitecto

Sunday, January 24th, 2021

Article source: Alan Enríquez | Arquitecto

The project of the Environmental Cultural Center was designed to solve specific problems of the site conditions and the architectural program itself. In order keep always contact with nature, it starts under the central patio scheme, which is designed as a garden to walk through, which at the same time, generates a micro climate for the building, this allows to spread the importance of the environment to its visitors. It has a modular scheme, which allows its construction to be in stages, in addition to its flexibility of spaces. On the other hand, it becomes a determining element for the overall project, creating the connection between the 1st and 2nd Section of the Chapultepec Forest, generating a main entrance and a rear entrance with meeting places that provoke open forums for the dissemination of environmental issues.

Image Courtesy © Alan Enríquez | Arquitecto

  • Architects: Alan Enríquez | Arquitecto
  • Project: Centro Cultural Ambiental
  • Location: Mexico
  • Software used: Archicad


NARF House in Puglia, Italy by m12 AD

Sunday, January 17th, 2021

Article source: m12 AD

Over the last twenty years, Italian design, inspiration and manufacturing have been applied several times to the world of luxury boats. Over the years, demanding owners and lovers of aesthetics have commissioned the creation of interiors for luxurious mega yachts that reflect the intimacy of a private home. Made in Italy interior design has conquered nautical design by changing its aesthetics, increasingly linked to collecting and to the creation of custom made pieces, but always in the name of flexibility, a necessary condition for the type of project.

Image Courtesy © m12 AD

  • Architects: m12 AD
  • Project: NARF House
  • Location: Puglia, Italy
  • Software used: ArchiCAd


Kindergarten Deutsch-wagram in Austria by juri troy architects

Monday, December 28th, 2020

Article source: juri troy architects

The kindergarten, built in solid wood construction, expresses itself as a quiet, single-storey building in a heterogeneous environment. The forecourt to the east connects to the public space and leads to the entrance area, which forms a clear closure to the playground and gardens and thus serves as a privacy screen and noise protection.

Image Courtesy © juri troy architects

  • Architects: juri troy architects
  • Project: Kindergarten Deutsch-wagram
  • Location: Deutsch-wagram, Austria
  • Software used: Archicad


Mozzeria in Washington, DC by CORE architecture + design

Friday, November 27th, 2020

Article source: CORE architecture + design

CORE’s design for Mozzeria establishes a truly differentiated pizza prototype concept, which is owned and led by Deaf and hard of hearing people. A simple and modern design aesthetic in combination with a layout that facilitates clear visual communication lines throughout the restaurant results in a social, inclusive, and safe dining experience.

Image Courtesy © Ron Ngiam

  • Architects: CORE architecture + design
  • Project: Mozzeria
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Photography: Ron Ngiam
  • Software used: ArchiCAD
  • Design Partner: Allison Cooke
  • Design Team: Joe Messier, Meryl Salinas, Rebecca Elmore
  • Client: Mozzeria
  • General Contractor: Tech 24 Construction
  • MEP Engineer: Caliber Design, Inc.


The Gymnasium in Wissembourg, France by rhb architectes

Tuesday, October 6th, 2020

The current building of the Wissembourg school gymnasium forms a specific urban form on a triangular plot situated in the city center. The building forms the predominant figure of this plot its southern part. The context is remarquable by the variety of the buildings typologies, some of which, like the school and the former convent, have already been rehabilitated. The work on the volumetry of the project allowed to find alignments with the neighboring constructions. The aim is to offer a unitary and sober volume integrated into this rich context of the heart of the city.

Image Courtesy © rhb architectes

  • Architects: rhb architectes
  • Project: The Gymnasium
  • Location: Wissembourg, France
  • Software used: ArchiCAD
  • Lead Architect: Julien Rouby, Iris Boyer
  • Construction Cost: 2 675 519 €HT
  • Built Area: 1210 m²
  • Completion Year: 2020


Foster City Affordable Eichler Remodel in California by Klopf Architecture

Thursday, August 20th, 2020

Article source: Klopf Architecture

Joseph Eichler developed his moderately priced houses for the mass-market starting in 1949. His homes were designed using affordable materials and simple construction techniques. Nearly 70 years later these homes are in need of updating and remodeling an Eichler home today can become an imposing and costly project if you’re not careful. For this project the clients, who had undergone several previous house renovations, were determined to stick with an established budget from the beginning. Klopf Architecture helped them modernize their Eichler with a premium appearance on a reasonable budget.

Image Courtesy © Sabrina Huang

  • Architects: Klopf Architecture
  • Project: Foster City Affordable Eichler Remodel
  • Location: California
  • Photography: Sabrina Huang
  • Software used: ArchiCAD
  • Project Team: John Klopf, Angela Todorova, Sherry Tan
  • Contractor: Keycon Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Sezen & Moon


Urban Monochrome in Washington, D.C by KUBE architecture

Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

Article source: KUBE architecture

This two-story row-house in Northeast DC was completely remodeled, and a new third floor and rear build-out were added. The Owner, a single woman who travels internationally for her work in Public Health, requested a minimal, timeless modernism reflective of the spaces she sees in Europe.

The resulting design solution consists of:

Image Courtesy © Paul Burk Photography

  • Architects: KUBE architecture
  • Project: Urban Monochrome
  • Location: Washington, D.C
  • Photography: Paul Burk Photography
  • Software used: SketchUp, Archicad, Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Lead Architects: Richard Loosle-Ortega
  • Additional Credits
    • Design Team: Richard Loosle-Ortega and Andrew Baldwin
    • Structural Engineer: JZ Structural Consulting
    • General Contractor: Metrix Construction
    • General Contractor: Jason Remodeling


Haw River Net Zero Passive House in Chatham County, North Carolina by Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA

Thursday, June 11th, 2020

Article source: Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA

The clients an artist and an attorney asked for a “very sustainable yet super-modern” house for their blended family, which is generously populated with children and beloved dogs. And they wanted the type of house that Arielle Condoret Schechter is known for: modern, Net Zero, Passive house-rated with clean lines and clear volumes and open, uncluttered interior spaces filled with sunlight, panoramic views, and easy access to the outdoors.

Image Courtesy © Tzu Chen Photography

  • Architects: Arielle Condoret Schechter, AIA
  • Project: Haw River Net Zero Passive House
  • Location: Chatham County, North Carolina
  • Photography: Tzu Chen Photography
  • Software used: ArchiCAD by Graphisoft
  • Owners: Kate Paradis and Scott Zimmerman
  • Completed: 2019

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