This project designed by Frari intends to refurbish a single-family house, severely affected by pathologies resulting from defective construction options.
In addition of trying to correct the existing pathologies, we also intend to rectify the dysfunctions of spatial organization. Besides, the ambition of the project is to rehabilitate the dwelling to give it new habitability conditions, and to ensure that it becomes more versatile and with better construction details. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio
reabilitação de moradia unifamiliar em Albergaria do atelier de arquitetura Frari com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio
Muse House is a project designed by Alexander Martin Architects. The house is an early 20th Century dwelling infilled between two semi detached villas within the De Beauvoir estate. The client sought to improve the spatial quality and operation of the house in order to create a calm atmosphere for quiet reflection and meditation. Photography by Richard Chivers.
Savernake Road is a project designed by Alexander Martin Architects. Located on the border of Hampstead Heath in Camden, the brief for the extension of this single storey garden flat required three bedrooms and an improved relationship with the garden. Photography by Simone Bossi.
The project of the architect Léo Shehtman was thought from the beginning looking for the comfort of the family – father, mother and a son, who is a family that seeks to live in style, with the comfort of a 5 star hotel. The main idea came from modern inspirations, integrated with the luxury and sophistication of pieces by renowned designers all over the world. Photography by Demian Golovaty.
The designer’s task was to build a modern, budget-minded home that was livable and respected its rural environment. Coates Design Seattle Architects did a contemporary take on a country home: using a combination of simple, cost-effective methods to create a warm, comfortable space through clean lines and precise design. Photography by Lara Swimmer
An accomplished musician and music teacher, this client asked Coates Design to provide a special place for her baby grand piano to resonate throughout the home. The couple was intrigued with the idea of building a container house from real containers. Coates Design researched the idea – searching for a “sweet spot” that could utilize containers in a manner that required as little alteration as possible, taking advantage of their natural structural integrity. Photography by David Cohen.
Weekend House in Beskydy is a project designed by Pavel Míček Architects. An extraordinary place in the southern part of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy. Mountain landscape with almost no other buildings nearby – with the exception of just few scattered homesteads. The plot borders on the road from the upper part and is formed by a wild mountain meadow sloping down to a wooded shadowy gully with a flowing brook. Photography by BoysPlayNice.