DEMIURG is a project designed by mode:lina. Amidst Poznań’s districts lies a little bit forgotten one – Górczyn. That’s where a quite intricate corporate building came into existence. New and, at the frst glance simple, modern block hides somewhat a surprise that reaches back as far as one hundred years. Photography by Patryk Lewiński.
Belsize Coach House is a project designed by Square Feet Architects, covers an area of 300 m2 and is located in Greater London, England, United Kingdom. Photography by Dan Welldon, Angela Kamiel / Daniel Leon.
GRAFT’s design for a private villa in Berlin’s venerable Grunewald quarter presents a striking, modern interpretation of comfortable living in the city. It’s trapezoidal, sculptural form and modern architectural language symbolizes a boulder in a glacial landscape and differentiates it from its neighbours. The distinctive, three-dimensional figure of the four-storey building appears to rise out of the ground. For its design, GRAFT abstracted the classical rules of villa design and digitally synthesized them with natural phenomena shifting the tectonics of a villa towards those of a sculpture. Photography by Frank Herfort, Tobias Hein.
Tilt House is a project designed by Mutant Architecture & Design. The challenge was launched to carry out the project for a one-story house to be built on a morphologically regular terrain. The surrounding area was, at the time the project was carried out, urbanistically stabilized, characterized by an essentially endowed residential area, in the vicinity of several agglomerations consisting of single-family houses and some collective housing buildings. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa Tilt em Gondomar com arquitectura Mutant e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
This villa designed by Bruno H Gomes, Arquitectura is located in a residential area of São João da Madeira city in Portugal. Access to the property is via a trough steep slope street that the design of the entrance gate seeks to tame. The house’s ground floor is located below the street level and a gabled volume announces the entrance to the house to those approaching from the street. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.
Casa H1 São João da Madeira com arquitectura Bruno H Gomes e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio
Reticular House by Taller Estilo Arquitectura. This project seeks a connection between architecture and the natural world, a connection where the building embraces the landscape and vice versa, a connection where architecture submits to the natural environment and where the natural environment is interwoven in a grid that generates open and closed spaces, allowing the existing vegetation to be integrated and to become an essential part of the new building. Photography by Tamara Uribe.
Bauhaus-style private house designed by U+A with a steady and orderly rhythm, a lot of white, art and music. The people who live in this house are music enthusiasts and formal cleanliness on the one hand, and on the other hand are naturalists who love wild and pristine scenery. Photography by Eran Turgeman.
This project designed by Konishi Gaffney Architects is for the alteration and extension of a Victorian terraced house in Edinburgh. The brief for the project was to improve the connection between the house and it’s mature garden; West facing and long and thin with some beautiful plants. The main challenge was the difference in height between the house and garden levels, almost 1.4m, and blocked by an unsightly conservatory and long thin utility outshoot. These served only to darken the interior and reduce the visual connection to the garden. photography by Nanne Springer.
Capturing its past character and expressing its continued charm, East Juliett designed by Sandbox Studio® is an embrace of time. As a contributor to the heritage fabric of the area in Sydney’s inner-west, an extensive renovation and extension allowed the home’s previous self to be given a new life, while maintaining its original intent. Through a considered reworking of the internals, and an opening up to allow natural light in from various directions, the result is a home that welcomes natural light throughout the day, allowing it to animate the spaces as light moves in and out. Photography by Walters Macri.
Fundamental House is a project designed by Sandbox Studio®. A lean, green granny flat offers a fresh take on multi-generational living. Annangrove, NSW – The Hills District. The latest project by Sandbox Studio is a compact ‘forever house’ designed for a couple of retirees. Its environmental design and space-efficient planning make excellent use of the site, allowing them to live near their children and give them room to roam. photography by Katherine Lu, Megan Morton STYLIST.