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Studio Saxe The Courtyard House Costa Rica

02-03-2021

Studio Saxe The Courtyard House Costa Rica

In Costa Rica, Studio Saxe, founded by architect Benjamin G. Saxe, worked with family-run business Andaluz on a number of residential projects. Profoundly convinced of the wellness that can be induced by the natural environment and ecologically conscious living, the clients asked the architect to design homes that make the most of the natural environment to offer new living experiences. The Courtyard House in Nosara is one of the projects in this residential development where humans live in harmony with nature.

Paul Bernier’s Cottage on the Point in Montreal, Canada

26-02-2021

Paul Bernier’s Cottage on the Point in Montreal, Canada

Paul Bernier’s architectural studio built an extension on what was for forty years a wooden cottage on the shore of a lake near Montreal where the owners went to enjoy the natural beauty of the Canadian wilderness. Paul Bernier expanded the cabin vertically to provide even better views of the lake and expand the building without increasing its footprint. He ensures that the old and the new parts of the home can be easily distinguished, in an honest harmony that clearly shows how this rustic yet contemporary building has evolved over the years.

Sustainable architecture and film: Feldman Architecture’s Caterpillar House

25-02-2021

Sustainable architecture and film: Feldman Architecture’s Caterpillar House

US studio Feldman Architecture’s Caterpillar House is the first LEED Platinum certified home on California’s Central Coast, and has risen to fame as the setting of the Netflix film Malcolm & Marie starring Zendaya and John David Washington.

UNA Arquitetos Fernanda Barbara and Fabio Valentim House Villa Lobos San Paolo Brazil

15-02-2021

UNA Arquitetos Fernanda Barbara and Fabio Valentim House Villa Lobos San Paolo Brazil

UNA Arquitetos, the studio coordinated by architects Fernanda Barbara and Fabio Valentim, now partners in UNA Barbara and Valentim, designed Villa Lobos, a home in a panoramic location on a hilltop in a residential district in San Paolo, Brazil which maintains deep visual connections with the luxuriant garden around it.

MXMA Architecture & Design create “Pearl House” in Montreal, Canada

01-02-2021

MXMA Architecture & Design create “Pearl House” in Montreal, Canada

In Montreal, Canada, architect Maxime Moreau and his MXMA Architecture & Design firm designed a new home for a couple with two small children. The project starting point was a building inspired by the modern movement of the 1960s, characterised by clean lines and a regular geometry, which the architect has skilfully transformed into a precious “work of art”, an innovative and protective shell containing a treasure: a family.

Clarke Terrace by MYTO design d'espaces vivants

01-02-2021

Clarke Terrace by MYTO design d'espaces vivants

Designer Martine Brisson and landscape architect Roxanne Miller of Canadian studio MYTO design d'espaces vivants created Clarke Terrace, a true landscape on the roof of a house: a place that becomes an integral part of the home, offering users all the convenience of a conventional garden.

Panoramic House by ON-A architecture firm

26-01-2021

Panoramic House by ON-A architecture firm

ON-A architects have designed a single-family residence on the coast near Barcelona. The Panoramic House project focuses on a smart, sustainable construction system, transforming the natural landscape around the house into part of the architecture to create a unique, spectacular effect.

UNA arquitetos Mantiqueira House residential project in São Bento do Sapucaí

15-01-2021

UNA arquitetos Mantiqueira House residential project in São Bento do Sapucaí

UNA arquitetos, under the leadership of architects Fernanda Barbara and Fabio Valentim, designed a new family home, Mantiqueira House, surrounded by greenery and relating to its natural surroundings in multiple ways. The recently completed home is located in São Bento do Sapucaí, Brazil, a resort town about 200 km from San Paolo known primarily as a rock-climbing destination in the Baú mountains.

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