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ACDF Architecture designs a glass house to rediscover the connection with nature

30-12-2022

ACDF Architecture designs a glass house to rediscover the connection with nature

The "Maison du Pommier" family home, designed by the Canadian ACDF Architecture studio, is a minimalist and transparent glass structure surrounded by the dense Canadian forest, where the residents can rediscover an intense connection with nature immersed in a landscape that changes with the cycle of the seasons.

Studio Vincent-Space Encounters: BD house in Bergen, the Netherlands

28-12-2022

Studio Vincent-Space Encounters: BD house in Bergen, the Netherlands

A partnership between Vincent Architecture and Space Encounters Amsterdam integrates the renovated and expanded BD house into the coastal dunes and polders of Bergen, in the Netherlands. Contrasting materials and new spaces for mediation testify to the building’s life and history.

Stefano Larotonda Underground Patio - renovation of an ordinary house

22-12-2022

Stefano Larotonda Underground Patio - renovation of an ordinary house

An "ordinary" house and a project which architect Stefano Larotonda transforms from "ordinary" – a new entrance, a green area and the recovery of a basement – into an extraordinary example of architecture starting from a single essential gesture: "digging a hole".

Sunniva Rosenberg: L15, home extension in Lillesand

30-11-2022

Sunniva Rosenberg: L15, home extension in Lillesand

Sunniva Rosenberg designed an extension for a rural home in Lillesand, among the fjords of southern Norway. In a project inspired by reflection on the spontaneous and manmade landscapes, the new volume containing the living area becomes a telescope focused on nature.

Bernardo Bader Architects Wälder-House Andelsbuch

26-10-2022

Bernardo Bader Architects Wälder-House Andelsbuch

In Austria, in Andelsbuch in the Bregenz forest, Bregenzerwald, a residence designed by Bernardo Bader Architects has recently been completed. Starting from research on typical houses in the region, on the local topography and on the landscape, the architects created a project that, in its simplicity, represents an added value for the site and will be able to satisfy the needs of its inhabitants in the long term.

The Athletes House by AR Design: a balance of the contemporary and the traditional

21-10-2022

The Athletes House by AR Design: a balance of the contemporary and the traditional

Multi-award-winning architecture firm AR Design, based in Winchester, last year completed a project in Hampshire dubbed ‘The Athletes House’. The brief was to extend a private 1950s home in a way that deftly combined the clients’ passion - triathlon - with a desire to blend the contemporary with the traditional.

NeatStudio’s House in Roccamare, living between the pine forest and the sea

13-10-2022

NeatStudio’s House in Roccamare, living between the pine forest and the sea

Architect Giorgio Cerrai, founder of NeatStudio, has designed a contemporary villa in Roccamare, a few kilometres from Castiglione della Pescaia. It was a popular holiday resort, frequented by important personalities of 20th century culture, politics and art. The villa, nestled in a pine forest near the sea, was built following the demolition of two pre-existing buildings from the 1960s.

Stacey Farrell Architect Reflections residential architecture in New Zealand

05-09-2022

Stacey Farrell Architect Reflections residential architecture in New Zealand

In an evocative landscape, in Queenstown, New Zealand, the Stacey Farrell Architect studio designed a vacation home for an artist client and his family with three children. Architect Stacey Farrell produced a flexible design that will grow with the family and which, like the landscape, is reflected in the ponds dotted around the site.

Happy House combines sustainability and respect for the environment

12-07-2022

Happy House combines sustainability and respect for the environment

The SALA FERUSIC Architects studio founded by Relja Ferusic Manusev and Carles Sala Roig have designed the Happy House project in Begur, on the Costa Brava in Spain. The private residence, which sits on a slope, is distinguished by its sustainability and respect for the surrounding environment, from its integration into the terrain and the landscape to its energy efficiency and low carbon footprint.

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