The Three Angle House has been designed by Megowan Architectural specifically to make the most of the three stunning views offered on this site in Mount Martha. Architect Christopher Megowan, Director of Megowan Architectural, was engaged to work on the project. He explained the moment he first visited the site “I stood on my car and turned around and I was blown away. It’s one thing to have one view on a site but three uniquely stunning and different views. To the north, you can see Mornington and Port Phillip Bay, the greenery of Mount Martha Reserve and Point Nepean to the west and to the northwest the Melbourne CBD on the horizon. The decision to build the house around these views was instantaneous and the agreement was in unison with the clients”. Photography by Anthony Richardson
Casa Rio is a project designed by Paulo Merlini Architects. The project results from the remodeling of an old farmhouse located in a yet very rural city. By disassembling the poor materials of the old facade we discovered that the house was actually made up of three small houses built according to the needs of the former owner. Photography by Ivo Tavares studio
Casa Rio em Paredes do Atelier de Arquitectura Paulo Merlini Architects com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio
Lambton Farmhouse is a project designed by Shean Architects. Located in the fields of Southern Ontario, sits a modern farmhouse. The form takes influence from the gradual slopes that the surrounding landscape forms. Photography by Chris Berg.
The newly renovated by Anarchlab building is part of a set of constructions ordered to be built by the company Fábrica de Cerâmica das Devesas, in Porto, which functioned as a warehouse and showcase for the various products manufactured at the time by the same company. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Reabilitação de Edificio na Rua da Conceição no Porto do Atelier Anarchlab e fotografia de Arquitectura do fotógrafo Ivo Tavares Studio
Station Street House designed by Robert Simeoni Architects sits on a prominent corner site in the heart of Carlton North. A new brick wall, distinct from the original pressed red bricks, forms the addition to the rear of the house. The wall wraps around the site to form a series of internal and external spaces. Photography by Trevor Mein
Powell Street House is a project designed by Robert Simeoni Architects. Occupying a compact site in South Yarra, this existing 1930’s duplex comprised a ground floor and first floor apartment, each with its own external access. The owners wished to unite these two dwellings to form a single residence. Photography by Derek Swalwell.
Burnt Cedar is a project designed by Faulkner Architects. This is a full-time beach house for a car passionate family of four situated across from Burnt Cedar Beach in Incline Village, Nevada on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Prior to being pulled up the hill to flumes and rails destined for Virginia City, logs were staged here as the mountains around the lake shore were logged during the silver mining years of the 1860s. Photography by Joe Fletcher.
Beiriz House is a project designed by Raulino Silva. The allotment of Violantas was designed along a street with lots on both sides and is located in the parish of Beiriz. The surrounding area has fields for cultivating corn and grass, but to the west in the distance you can already see the “towers” of the city, in Póvoa de Varzim. Photography by João Morgado.