Pemberton Place is a project designed by Matt Garcia Design. With unparalled views of the every-changing austin skyline, the pemberton place residence is nestled between large heritage oak trees on a rare, one-acre lot in west austin. Pushed back from the street along the edge of a bluff, this modern treehouse slips thru the trees to capture spectacular views across pease district park to the state capitol and downtown. Photography by Casey Dunn.
A 430m² house that was abandoned and closed for over six years in São Paulo was the scenario found by Felipe de Almeida Studio. In its development, it was necessary to revitalize it to bring back its soul and new stories, without losing its architectural identity, but updating it to a more modern and cozy living. Photography by Evelyn Müller.
Blurring the edges between indoors and out, the re-design of this Beverly Hills Residence designed by Abramson Architects focuses on redistributing the home’s layout to create a welcoming internal courtyard. Once inside the entry vestibule, a series of well-composed sightlines establish a simultaneously elegant and informal entry sequence. The lush interior garden is a sanctuary, easily accessible from the kitchen, dining room, and living room. photography by Manolo Langis.
The brief tried to answer ‘How can we live with our loved ones as well as our most treasured possessions under the same roof’? The Storehouse designed by Starbox Architecture looks to blend a typical dwelling with offsite storage into one. Photography by Aaron Jones.
Viewfinder House is a project designed by Faulkner Architects. “Can all of the rooms enjoy this view?” was our client’s question on our first site walk. We were looking at the Pacific Crest of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the distance. This question formed the seed of our conceptual approach to the design of the house. We organized the family-driven program of 7,200 square feet into a simple two-part scheme. The lower-level base follows the street geometry, while the upper levels are twisted slightly to align with the view. The steel base protects the structure from deep winter snows common in the Sierra Nevada and allows the lower-level form to disappear into the grade on the high side of the topography. Photography by Paul Hamill.
&Daughters and Scott Posno Design have completed a single family residential project in rural Ontario. Located an hour east of Toronto, The Farm occupies a 65-acre site amidst the peaceful green fields of this Southwestern Ontario agricultural region, adjacent to a large conservation forest. It serves as a weekend and vacation home for the client, his grown children, and a variety of friends and family who frequent the tranquil property for relaxation and enjoyment year-round, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Photography by Younes Bounhar.
JK House is a project designed by Michel Macedo Arquitetos. Composed by two fundamental aspects: structural design and nature, this house mixes builted elements with a beautiful valley landscape in the interior of Paraná, Brazil. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
Through House is a project designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design. The owners of this historic 130-year old home in downtown Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood had an environmentally conscious agenda and a desire for contemporary design. They looked to Dubbeldam Architecture + Design to turn the dark, cramped Victorian interior into a sweeping plan that opens the interior to light, expands the useful living space and draws connections to the rear garden. “Our clients were seeking an alternative to condo living: a small and energy efficient home within walking distance of work and public transit, and with enough room to entertain and accommodate out of town visitors. Within a modest footprint, they are able enjoy a quiet neighbourhood and the pleasures of a modern and light-filled design with a compact garden,” explained principal Heather Dubbeldam. Photography by Bob Gundu
Raz Melamed – Hod Hasharon 5S. A thin black iron ribbon envelops the house in Hod Hasharon, embodying the gift that its owners return to every time they come home. The house was designed for a refined couple and their 3 children, who came to the project equipped with knowledge about innovations and construction technologies coupled with a vision for a unique design that spawned a fruitful dialogue with the architect. Photography by Amit Geron
Torre 261 is a project designed by Just an Architect . Urbanistically, the plot meets two distinct scales. To the North, a scale of four and five storey buildings, to the South by the intersection of an access road to Rossio Park, after which the scale changes to a two-storey scale and single-family dwelling typology. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Torre 261 em Amarante Arquitectura Just an Architect e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio