Tag Holiday Houses

Senjavista, touching the stars with Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio

11-01-2022

Senjavista, touching the stars with Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio

A plan for a home set in a beautiful landscape in Norway offers architect Hans-Petter Bjørnådal of Bjørnådal Arkitektstudio an opportunity to experiment with camouflaging architecture in nature, drawing on the building traditions of the Sami.

FMD Architects’ CLT and aluminium home renovation project

07-01-2022

FMD Architects’ CLT and aluminium home renovation project

An Australian home has been renovated in contemporary style with a CLT frame and aluminium cladding.

Bak Gordon: House 2 in Porto

12-11-2021

Bak Gordon: House 2 in Porto

Ricardo Bak Gordon’s House 2 in Porto is a garden pavilion adjacent and complementary to a nineteenth-century villa which ensures continuity between life outdoors and life in the house. The task of prolonging the rural experience inside the urban home is entrusted to the materials.

Prodesi/Domesi designs small cottage inspired by a ship cabin

18-10-2021

Prodesi/Domesi designs small cottage inspired by a ship cabin

The latest project by the Czech architectural firm Prodesi/Domesi is a small holiday home inspired by a ship cabin. A cottage engaged in an intense dialogue with the nature of the artificial lake on whose shore it stands and characterised by a marked materiality projected by the careful attention to the surrounding environmental context.

Studio de.materia’s apartments of wood and stone

27-08-2021

Studio de.materia’s apartments of wood and stone

Two holiday apartment buildings in Karpacz, Poland made of wood and stone draw inspiration from the ancient refuges in the area.

Stemmer Rodrigues Arquitetura Ananda House - a house for yoga

18-08-2021

Stemmer Rodrigues Arquitetura Ananda House - a house for yoga

In Eldorado do Sul, in Brazil, the Stemmer Rodrigues Arquitetura studio has designed a house - studio with a bright space set aside for yoga lessons and meditation. The very name “Ananda” is a Sanskrit word that means supreme bliss and refers to a very well-known Yoga style. The slanted columns, reminiscent of natural tree trunks, and the large opening in the terrace on the first floor, through which a real tree grows, symbolize the pursuit of a connection between home and the harmony of nature that ultimately leads to supreme bliss.

Forest House by Faulkner Architects, living in the woods

16-08-2021

Forest House by Faulkner Architects, living in the woods

US studio Faulkner Architects has built Forest House, a residence that makes the most of its location in the middle of the forest. The natural environment itself is respected right from the floor plan of the house.

ANNA Stay, a dynamic cabin by Casper Schols

09-08-2021

ANNA Stay, a dynamic cabin by Casper Schols

A few years ago, Dutch designer Casper Schols designed a cabin for his mother in their own garden. In the meantime the project has evolved into ANNA Stay, and now this flexible and sustainable small building has won the renowned Architizer A+ Awards Project of the Year 2021 as the jury's winner in the Architecture +Living Small category.

Marina Vella’s Casa Traversa: an extension of the landscape

10-05-2021

Marina Vella’s Casa Traversa: an extension of the landscape

Peruvian architect Marina Vella has built a house in San Luis Potosi, Mexico that is inspired by intense dialogue with the landscape and appears to be a natural extension of it. The construction in contemporary style uses local vernacular building techniques and materials appropriate for the climate.

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