By admin • May 1, 2011
Paris-based studio Moussafir Architectes Associés has recently completed the transformation of a classic brick-and-stone suburban house into a spacious 2,497 square-foot contemporary residence.
The Maison Leguay is located on a narrow corner lot in Bois-Colombes, a commune in the northern suburbs of Paris, 9 km (5 1/2 miles) from the center of Paris.
Amsterdam-based Studio Hofman Dujardin has recently completed the Villa Geldrop project in The Netherlands.
The villa is located at the end of a large lot, next to an existing barn.
Designed for a businessman and his family, the 4,467 square foot residence has all its bedrooms and bathrooms sheltered below ground.
Designed by Irish studio ODOS architects, this house is located at the foot of a steep escarpment in the Wicklow hills in Ireland.
The 3,089 square foot house, with it’s elevated living accommodation, allows “the fluidity of the surrounding landscape remain uninterrupted, whilst also giving the occupant a raised vantage point from which to engage with nature.”
Established in the 1850s in honor of Reverend James Bickford, this small church located in Adelaide, Australia, was converted and renovated in 2011.
The contemporary residence has an open style living room with 16-foot ceiling, three spacious bedrooms, a theater room with cafe doors leading out to a very private decking area.
By admin • Apr 27, 2011
São Paulo-based studio SPBR Arquitetos has designed this gorgeous concrete residence in Ubatuba, one of the most important coastal cities in the state of São Paulo in Brazil.
The 3,660 square-foot home sits on a 180′ x 52′ lot. The design process started in 2004 and the house was completed in 2009.
London-based studio Roewu Architecture has completed the Bamboo Forest House, a vacation house in eastern Taiwan.
Located in a dense urban area and confined on two sides by blank party walls the house must gain all its light and air from the street while maintaining privacy and security.
Designed to accommodate an extended family, the house has an unusual exterior with its bamboo screen.
San Diego-based architect Wallace E. Cunningham designed the Razor Residence, a four bedroom, six bathroom contemporary house made of glass, steel and white polished concrete.
Located in La Jolla, California, the 10,000 square-foot house has been first listed in May 2008 for a mere $39 million.
By admin • Apr 25, 2011
By admin • Apr 25, 2011
Aspen-based architectural firm Studio B Architects has sent us some photos of the Wrap project.
Situated in the East End of Aspen, Colorado, this small property is part of a historic lot split and was required to ‘respond’ to its immediate Swiss-Style neighbor in its massing, proportions and materials.
The house is three levels with a floating stair linking them and also serves as a light shaft to the lower level with its open detailing and light.