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Wren Residence by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture

By • Oct 15, 2013

Seattle-based architectural firm Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture has created the Wren Residence.

This 2,300 square foot contemporary home features a wealth of sustainable technologies.

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Hotel Seven4one by Horst Architects

By • Sep 13, 2013

Californian architectural firm Horst Architects has created the Hotel Seven4one.

This contemporary boutique hotel in Laguna Beach, California, USA, features a facade and courtyard made of reclaimed wood, corten steel and a two-story green wall.

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Lara Rios House & Atelier by F451 Arquitectura

By • Apr 25, 2013

This modern residence is a project by F451 Arquitectura that is located in Gijón, Spain.

In addition to the main living areas, it includes a guest apartment and artist’s workshop.

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Glen Lake Tower by Balance Associates Architects

By • Mar 21, 2013 •  Selected Work 

This sustainable home is a 2011 project by Balance Associates Architects located in the state of Michigan, USA.

Its height and cantilevered balconies allow the clients to better appreciate views of the surrounding landscape.

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Ch_V House by Aguilera Guerrero

By • Mar 17, 2013

Aguilera Guerrero created this contemporary residence for a client located in Tarragona, Catalunya, Spain.

Perforations on the facade allow natural light to enter the home while providing privacy.

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Suishouen House by Tomoaki Uno Architects

By • Feb 10, 2013

This modern residence by Tomoaki Uno Architects was inspired by two very different architectural icons.

One is the Katsura Imperial Villa, a structure that was built in the mid 1600’s and has influenced the likes of Le Corbustier and Bauhaus founder, Walter Gropius.

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Ladera’s Residence by Barton Myers Associates

By • Feb 8, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Californian architect firm Barton Myers Associates has designed this 3,000 sq ft contemporary residence in the hills above Montecito, California.

This residential design is the fourth iteration in an ongoing research project initiated in 1970.

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