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Patricia Kaehler • 2 years ago

Residential Architecture: La Peña House by R-ZERO Arquitectos: “..this house is a project at the bottom of the cliff that highlights and frames the beautiful great lake views from within. Due to the irregular ground where it is located, it has been solved in three levels to also blend into the landscape..created through the construction of large windows, concrete walls and stone..These carefully chosen materials maintain the heat during the night and preserve a cool environment during the day..A

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Residential Architecture: Villiot-Rapée Apartments by Hamonic + Masson: “..The project involves two blocks of flats, one of 11 stories above the ground floor and the other of 8 stories above ground floor. They stand out not only because of their height but also because of their movement, one being a hybrid of the other and their proximity creating the impression of shifting morphology. They are connected by their moving relationship to the ground..”  Interesting project with differentially rotat

Residential Architecture: The White House Prahran by Nervegna Reed Architecture, ph Architects: “..a contemporary home on a narrow inner city allotment. The house was to have two bedrooms plus an extra study that could be used for visiting artists to stay in, and was also to include a private subterranean [art] gallery..The house extends over 3 levels; the entry is on the middle, ground level, where all the living spaces flow around a courtyard, a sliced circle, a hint of a possible larger court

Residential Architecture: Roof on the Hill House by ALPHAville: “..Japanese architects ALPHAville have completed this terraced house in Takarazuka, Japan with a roof that follows the slope of the site..The Roof on the Hill is designed within a three by three steel structural grid..The lowest level houses the kitchen and dining space, with family bedrooms and living spaces on the upper levels..The undulating roof has slit windows to admit light to each of the levels..” Ample glazing, and strip sk

Residential Architecture: Alvarez Beach House by Longhi Architects: “..The social area of the house was placed near the entry, occupying two levels while accommodations for children and parents were organized in two parts: the two levels above the social area were designated for the boys and their guests and 3 levels below social area for the parents, girls and their guests..Swimming pool and recreational facilities were located at lower levels occupying a series of terraces designed to connect

Residential Architecture: Memory House by A-cero, Joaquin Torres Architects: “..a home located in a residential complex in northern Madrid (Spain). The house is located in a rectangular plot of 2,800 m2, where there are plenty of pines and oaks. Since A-cero aims to preserve these Mediterranean species, the housing project pretends to live with them so much so that both embrace in the facade. The low slope plot follows the existing urban parameters with the  curving shapes characteristic of the

Residential Architecture: FKI House by Urban Architecture Office: “..amongst a residential district of ordinary wooden structures. the concrete volume contrasts and emerges from the mundane suburban backdrop, featuring a wood grain texture to respond to its surrounding context. the external form maintains the gable roof typical of the area, instead finishing the smooth surface with clean corners and edges. square oriel windows project from the facades, introducing natural daylight into the kitch

Residential Architecture: BB House by BAK Architects: “..The ground of 20m x 30m located in the forest of Mar Azul, Argentina, has the particularity of a very important unevenness respect of the two streets it faces. While this complicates the resolution of access to the site provides the advantage that, if the house is located high, it is very little exposed to the gaze from the street, and also from the inside you can get views of the landscape above the neighboring buildings. This difference

Residential Architecture: Villa Bonanova by CMV Architects: “..The project of the plot shows a marked uneven surface in relation to the street level, reason why it is chosen to elevate the construction. We access to the ground floor through a footbridge of 2m width, passing over the ramps leading you to the basement..The volumetry of the dwelling is conditioned on the need of adaptation to the lot, as well as by the existence of a, parallel to a road, plot of land to be kept. The building is pla

Residential Architecture: Malvern House by Canny Design: “..The initial challenge throughout this project was to locate the ideal site.  1B Spring Road, Malvern, Australia, is located across the road from a reputable local primary school and the expansive Spring Road Park, making it the ideal location for a family home, now and in the future. Lubelso’s Premium Double Storey Contemporary home was selected from the Lubelso Range for its broad appeal and suitability to the location. The modern, con

Residential Architecture: Water-Cooled House by Wallflower Architecture + Design: “..Hidden away from the road, the site is surrounded by a verdant screen of mature trees from adjacent properties. Breezes blowing transversely across the site being another notable aspect of the location. The owner had wanted a contemporary home that prioritized environmental coolness as a consistent attribute and to be able to enjoy the luscious tropical surroundings..The concept developed for the home inverted p

Almare House Elías Rizo Arquitectos.

Almare House Elías Rizo Arquitectos.