This building, a former old factory located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China and covering an area of 600 m2, was once in ruins and abandoned. It was completely remodeled and re-designed in 2016 by Wanjing studio, and turned into a habitable home. The change is simply spectacular!
This cottage, inspired by the 1970s and designed by Scott & Scott Architects, is located in the mountainous area of Whistler, north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Its location provides wonderful views of the mountains and Lake Green. A landscape of completely snow-covered pines, this setting is definitely a spectacle.
Located in Bridgehampton, in the Hamptons, New York, USA, this impressive construction was designed by TA Dumbleton Architect. Surrounded by trees and green gardens that give privacy and create a relaxing atmosphere, this house designed as half-barn and half-loft combines both features perfectly, and makes a space where energy flows through it in a natural way.
This 805-square-foot cottage located in the Rocky Mountains of Canada was designed by Cutler Anderson Architects. It is embedded into the wild vegetation of the mountains. Its glass walls create a continuity effect, allowing the exterior to be integrated with the interior and allowing us to enjoy the wonderful views of the surrounding landscape, even while standing inside the cottage.
On most university campuses, student housing can get pretty cramped. If you’ve ever done it for an extended period of time, then you’ve probably become something of an expert when it comes to living in and navigating a small space. Student apartments might not quite constitute actual “micro-living”, but some of them get pretty close! Some architects and designers out there, however, seek to remind us that just because you’re living in a small space doesn’t mean you can’t do so with style. Apartment For a Student is proof of that!
When talking about a penthouse in New York, what usually comes to mind is the image of a modern apartment, luxuriously decorated. This apartment, located on Hubert Street in TriBeCa, dates back to 1892 and was remodeled by ODA New York. Although contemporary details have been included in its restoration, certain details of the old building, such as its exposed brick walls, have been preserved to maintain its air of antiquity.
This house built in the 1960s in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, was recently remodeled by Branch Studio Architects. Its current owners, who participated actively in the remodeling and reconstruction of the house, inherited it from their deceased grandparents about 3 years ago.