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Caring Wood named RIBA House of the Year 2017

01-12-2017

Caring Wood named RIBA House of the Year 2017

Macdonald Wright Architects’ Caring Wood has been named RIBA House of the Year 2017. Floornature looks at more of the interesting home projects covered in the year 2017.

Naturehumaine’s De la Roche Residence

27-11-2017

Naturehumaine’s De la Roche Residence

Naturehumaine of Canada has designed a new residence, staying true to its characteristic style featuring geometric figures, flat fields of colour and boldly contrasting materials. All combined with a great love of wide open, brightly lit spaces: the Canadian recipe for happiness for a new family about to move.

Tham & Videgård and the Krokholmen house, Stockholm

24-11-2017

Tham & Videgård and the Krokholmen house, Stockholm

In the Krokholmen house, Swedish studio Tham & Videgård continues their investigation of the theme of the “minimal” holiday home. The studio’s fourth house designed for family holidays on one of the islands in the Stockholm archipelago, the Krokholmen house has a wooden frame and a tent-shaped roof.

Stefano Maruzzo. The Venetian Villas viewed from above

24-11-2017

Stefano Maruzzo. The Venetian Villas viewed from above

The Vicenza-based photographer and cameraman, Stefano Maruzzo has two loves - flying and photography. A combination that enables him to take unique aerial shots of the famous Venetian Villas. Slow photographs; photographs to soak up at your leisure. Aerial photography is taking off on the internet right now, filling the web with pictures taken using drones, and attempting - with more or less success - to be original, when in actual fact the only unusual thing about them is a place we don't know photographed from a perfectly vertical position.  In this context, the work of Stefano Maruzzo, professional photographer and cameraman based in Vicenza stands out because of his truly different approach. He doesn't send remote-controlled drones to do his work for him, he does it himself with his powered paraglider. This aircraft enables him to keep his hands free to take his photos because he can let go of the controls for a few minutes, line up the best frame and then click.  As Stefano Maruzzo explains, this is a really singular approach to photography, because using the paraglider means you need both great technical skill as a photographer and, more importantly, you have to know how to fly one. Not only that but this aircraft provides no protection against bad weather. And we're absolutely certain that this is why when you look at Maruzzo's photos you feel as if you can catch the fragrance of flowers, and the cold as the sun drops behind the horizon when the sunset leaves its long shadows over the Italian-style gardens. Maruzzo's photos show the Venetian Villas from unusual perspectives so clearly, managing to take in their landscape settings as a whole, as well as how much they are completed by the artificial and natural landscapes around them. Indeed, this photographer steers clear of the classic vertical view of drones, because behind the lens of his camera, with his finger ready to click, is the trained eye of the photographer himself, and of all his experience as a real connoisseur of the territory he is gliding over. Stefano Maruzzo began taking aerial pictures when analogue photography was still around, so he knows how important it is to seize the moment, given that the same light and atmospheric conditions are highly unlikely to return. This makes his photos very personal, intimate, worthy of attentive study, where the beauty isn't a cosmetic ingredient to add afterwards but is engendered by the authenticity of the moment when you are close up and personal with nature. @chrisbuerklein Photographer: Stefano Maruzzo Location: Veneto, Triveneto – Italy Paesaggi di Villa. Architetture e giardini nel Veneto. https://www.facebook.com/VilleegiardinidelVeneto/

Macdonald Wright Architects Caring Wood: a 21st century country home

21-11-2017

Macdonald Wright Architects Caring Wood: a 21st century country home

Macdonald Wright Architects’ Caring Wood is one of Britain’s most beautiful country homes, reinterpreting the traditional country cottage of Kent.

Pabéllon EC by MESURA: a family portico

14-11-2017

Pabéllon EC by MESURA: a family portico

The architects say that anything can be an excuse for celebration, for eating and getting together with family, preferably out of doors, in Can Esclapez, Spain. And when a family grows, it needs more space; this is where MESURA comes into the picture.

Panorama Suburbia, a house extension overlooking Lake Geneva.

08-11-2017

Panorama Suburbia, a house extension overlooking Lake Geneva.

Architects Leopold Banchini and Daniel Zamarbide have designed a noteworthy extension to a home on Lake Geneva.

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