The objective behind the design of this range of pavilions was to further align the system with architecture. Tools have been developed to integrate the range within an architectural context in order to create open, free-flowing spaces through the introduction of elements such as luminosity, transparency and structural lightness and integrate them more effectively with different types of use and environments. Photography by Kettal Studio
Located in a small beachfront community in South Africa, Project La Belle Vue was a complete architectural renovation and extension by Bomax Architects and an OKHA Interior Architecture and Design Project.
“Addition, not Demolition”
Saving the old to make way for the new
House B designed by smartvoll is an example of how the unbridled will of a family not to tear down the old house has inspired the new architecture in the most positive way. Adding instead of demolishing has become a design mantra due to the vigorous desire to preserve. Photography by Dimitar Gamizov
Beira Mar House is a project designed by Paulo Martins. Located in one of the most typical and established neighbourhoods of Aveiro (Beira Mar), this residence is the result of a passionate and challenging reform, a reform which intends to return to the city and to its users a lifestyle which is free and in contact with outdoor spaces, with the sound of seagulls and the smell of the sea breeze, the colour of the sky and the green of the vegetation. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa Beira Mar em Aveiro do atelier de arquitetura Paulo Martins Arquitecto com fotografia de arquitetura Ivo Tavares Studio
Lake House Völs is a project designed by noa* network of architecture. Amid a spectacular mountain backdrop lined with lush green pine forests, the Völser Weiher lake lies over 1,000 meters above sea level. Photography by Alex Filz.
Pati Blau is a project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. It was in the Muslim era when the so-called farmhouses were concentrating the population of the Ribera Alta, although some of these settlements had an Iberian origin. Over time these population centers have become places connected to the big city in a simple way and with an enviable quality of life. With all the good that the proximity of a large city offers and all the advantages of living connected to the territory and its culture. Photography by Diego Opazo.
Messner, The dream house is a project designed by noa* network of architecture. At the foot of the Sciliar, in the picturesque area of Alpe di Siusi (Bolzano), the spirit of a barn is reborn as a home. The project, realised by noa* (network of architecture), has at its core, the South Tyrolean tradition combined with surprising features internally, resulting from design of visionary and unexpected spaces. An almost magical ambience is created, inspired by childhood memories. Photography by Alex Filz.