Category Archives: terrace

House of the sun by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

House of the sun is a project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. We have always been fascinated by the work of Andreu Alfaro “The door of the Universe” made in 1983. A circle rotated and suspended over a square. For some years it was located at the door of our studio, and it was surprising its ability to make us think, place ourselves at the base when the day ended and consider that we were indeed facing a threshold that opened the door to infinite space.

 

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AM House

AM House is a project designed by Nguyen Huu Duy, Nguyen Duy, Bui The Long (AmDesign Architects, Time Architects, CTA | Creative Architects) in 2017, covers an area of 184m2 and is located in Can Giuoc, Long An Province. Photography by Hiroyuki Oki

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House S, Westcliff Ridge by Daffonchio and Associates Architects

House S, Westcliff Ridge is a project designed by Daffonchio and Associates Architects. The brief was to renovate and substantially extend an old, heritage house. The client needed to add about 300 m2 and the challenge with this requirement was that it is not really possible to build a 300 m2 mass next to a small heritage building without completely changing its character. Photography by Tristan McLaren.

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Pavilions by Sparks Architects

Pavilions is a project designed by Sparks Architects. Dividing the plan into two ‘pavilions’ linked by a generous breezeway space enables natural light and ventilation into the south, as well as north, parts of the house. This also provides a simple circulation area between the various rooms, and levels. Living areas are on the upper floor which enjoys views over the dunes to the ocean; the bedrooms and library are located on the more private and protected ground floor which is tucked in behind the dunal vegetation. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones.

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Black & Fluid Apartment by Diego Revollo

Black & Fluid Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The time and turn for curved shapes. Fluid architecture is not just an aesthetic issue. It reflects the moment we are living in: the breaking of rigidity. Freer spaces, with less hard lines, make the atmosphere lighter and improve well-being. This is reflected from the design of more flexible layouts, through the finishes and even the execution of the spatial structure. Photography by Renato Navarro.

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Casa Ora by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura

The project of “Casa Ora” designed by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura was born from the intersection of two linear volumes that, following the directions of the area, define the particular angular shape of the house. The two volumes accommodate the sleeping area and the open-space living area, delimiting the outdoor area of the garden, creating a continuous view of the pool area. Thanks to the presence of large windows on this side, the visual limit between inside and outside is eliminated, flooding the various rooms of the house with natural light.

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House by Paula Carvalho

More than modernizing this house in São Paulo, the architect Paula Carvalho fulfilled the challenge of unifying the house with the neighboring land, transforming the connection into the new family leisure area. “We expanded the kitchen and integrated it with the external area of ​​the house, making the connection with the barbecue and the dining room”, explains Paula.

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South Villa

South Villa is a five-story penthouse in the award-winning Clifton Terraces apartments on Victoria Road, Cape Town. Its elevated position on the iconic Lion’s Head takes in extravagant ocean views and local landmarks such as Table Mountain and Clifton’s pristine beaches.
The terraced form of the building is designed by SAOTA. Deep overhangs and a restrained natural palette of materials blend into the beautiful natural surroundings while landscaped terraces on each level ensure that the building will settle even more effectively into its environment over time. The building mimics the existing contours of the site, sensitively ensuring that the views from neighbouring sites were unaffected or even improved. The interior décor and interior architecture, by ARRCC and OKHA, has stylistic connections to the style moderne movement of the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 30s. Photography by Adam Letch, Niel Vosloo.

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Roscommon House by Neil Cownie Architect

Roscommon House is a project designed by Neil Cownie Architect. The clients have a love for modernism and concrete. This comes from their appreciation of the history of the Perth 1960’s ‘Garden Suburbs’ of Floreat and City Beach. Photography by Michael Nicholson, Jack Lovel, Robert Frith.

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House CG by Pedro Henrique Arquiteto

House CG is a project designed by Pedro Henrique Arquiteto. A place, that arises from an elevated plan in relation to the street, and opens itself onto a field, is defined by the large trees that give us visual sensations, experienced as a result of the various colour palettes that each season brings. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Casa Arrifana em Santa Maria da Feira do atelier Pedro Henrique Arquitecto com fotografia de Arquitectura Ivo Tavares Studio

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