By Magaly • Mar 7, 2014
WoodWoodWard Architecture created this contemporary home in 2012 for a client living in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The patterned exterior is due to the use of ‘clinker bricks’, a material favored by architects in the early 20th century for its superior water resistance, thermal conductivity, and charm.
By Sophie • Feb 28, 2013
By Sophie • Dec 1, 2012
This contemporary home was once a dilapidated structure located in Veleslavín, Prague, Czech Republic that offered views of the city.
In 2012, Martin Cenek Architecture brought it back to life as a spacious and energy efficient residence complete with three stories, a pool, and a roof-top terrace.