Category Archives: terrace

Garden Road Backyard Renovation by Nathan Fell Architecture

Garden Road Backyard Renovation is a project designed by Nathan Fell Architecture. The owners knew they wanted to create spaces in their backyard that be useful and encourage them to be outside more often, but because their backyard space is so massive the scope and size of the project was initially difficult to define. After a few initial rounds of design, the project ended up creating a series of spaces near their house and pool rather than try to utilize the entirety of their yard. Photography by Sara Essex Bradley.

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Holistic Living by GRAFT

GRAFT’s design for a single-family house and two semi-detached houses combines the aspects of mobility, energy and healthy living with environmentally-friendly construction. The project’s holistic approach encompasses modern architecture, innovative building services and e-mobility as well as sustainability and physical health. The houses even generate a energy surplus that will be used to charge an e-car that the tenant rents with the house. Photography by Tobias Hein.

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Whale Beach House by Rama Architects

Located on the East facing topography of the idyllic Whale Beach in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, this Residential family home designed by Rama Architects is a cross between Beach Bungalow and Coastal Plantation styled Architecture. The home is staggered up the hill from the Garage and Cellar at street level, Living quarters on the natural ground Mid-Level and Bedrooms and Office above, capturing the views out to the Ocean and surrounds. Photography by Simon Whitbread.

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Casa 15 by AM-arqstudio

Casa 15 by AM-arqstudio. When you first meet a client, you start traveling through spaces that are not built yet. Even before the client understands what the project goals are, the distinct spaces start taking place, sometimes is a word, other times as a perception of how a material feels when touched, and others, how the light makes you feel. Every project is a unique relation between intentions and desires translated into what is expected to be the comfort, the pleasure, and the relaxing sensation to the house’s inhabitants. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Casa 15 em Braga com Arquitectura AM-arqstudio e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio

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Mehta Nivasaa by Mehta Nivasaa by Planet Design & Associates

Mehta Nivasaa is a project designed by Mehta Nivasaa by Planet Design & Associates, covers an area of 6674 sq. ft. and is located in Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

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Momoto House by Taller Estilo Arquitectura

In scarce 122 square meters Casa Momoto by Taller Estilo Arquitectura is developed making reference in each of its details to the bird which the house is named after; the mayan blue, the neutral elements like a canvas for the color pallete in the plumage and the simplicity of its habitat.

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Victorian Terraced Townhouse by LLI Design

LLI Design recently completed a total redesign and refurbishment of a 5 storey, period terraced townhouse in Highgate, North London. LLI Design’s work was commended with an award in the Residential Interior Private Residence London category, of the United Kingdom Property Awards in association with Rolls Royce. The award’s judging panel was chaired by Lord Caithness, Lord Best, and Lord Waverley, members of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament.

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Suncrest Residence by SDH Studio Architecture + Design

Featured in Florida Design Magazine in 2022, this kid-approved home designed by SDH Studio Architecture + Design was built to last. This one acre lot proved to be the perfect canvas for a one-story, U shaped residence with contemporary Balinese flair, where “our goal was to make a beautiful architectural statement with a home that’s comfortable and practical for everyday life.” Photography by Robin Hill.

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The Pool House by Studio Nicholas Burns

The Pool House is a project designed by Studio Nicholas Burns. In the north of Portugal, the softness of maritime pine, oak, and eucalyptus trees descend gently into hand-chipped stone embedded into the earth. Sitting gently at the base of this hill in the Minho region is the Casa da Piscina, flowing across this terraced landscape: it is at once buried yet open; arresting, but quietly so. Photography by Peter Bennetts.

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Station by Bryant Alsop

The refurbishment and extension of this pretty timber house designed by Bryant Alsop for a young family of 4 was driven by the desire to create space and light on a restricted, inner-east site. Carefully balancing heritage, council and building reg requirements the completed design is light-filled, voluminous and provides successful family zoning. Photography by Dylan James

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