By admin • Feb 16, 2015
Seattle-based architectural firm First Lamp Architecture has created the Ballard Aperture House.
Completed in 2013, this contemporary house in Seattle, Washington, USA, consists of two separate homes which were designed using principles of optics in order to create pleasant urban living environments.
This renovated and converted townhouse is located on 80 Washington Place, Greenwich Village in New York City.
The home has an air of warm elegance, thanks to its exposed brick and stone walls and wooden floors.
Sanders Architects designed this pair of sustainable townhouses, located in West Los Angeles, California, USA, in 2012 as part of their Hybrid House project using a prefabricated frame, skin, and roof.
While parts of the homes are ready-made, they are hybrids of prefab and custom elements.
This approach allows for a unique residence at a fraction of the cost.