The exposed large, almost monastic concrete walls become the canvas for shadows to paint geometric shapes, enhancing the spatial experience of the residence.
Maple House in Chocaya, Cañete in Perú, is designed as a big solid block, which has been excavated to create spaces within.
The design of two stores in Kos was inspired by the company’s logo resulting in a labyrinth in black and white.
This small timber house in the Almen countryside, the Netherlands, is designed around a long panoramic window with a view into the garden and the surrounding landscape.
Near the Hudson River, the weekend house custom designed for a New York City-based couple is modern yet warm, like a single space that melts into its surroundings.
The gallery is an urban character contemporary exhibition space which can adjust and accentuate the displays and activities it accommodates.
UNASUR is a socially inclusive proposal incorporating a library, theater and recreational areas for the community of Quito, in Ecuador.
A house in a dense residential area in Nagoya-city Aichi, Japan, is divided into two sections to comply with its two owners’ stylistic preferences.
A soulless house of typical construction emulates the beach, transformed by an architect with carpentry experience in Mindelo, Vila do Conde, Portugal.
Situated at the Cañete province of southern Lima in Perú, the house is like a massive block, which has been excavated to generate different areas inside.
The renovation with modern insertions to the 1929 building in Buenos Aires, Argentina, pays homage to the era’s aesthetics.
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With its 12th annual publication, Villas magazine’s 2014 edition again unveils the most interesting examples of large-scale residences, at a critical time for architecture.
Today, the interior layout of apartments, constitute one of the basic, architectural creation fields internationally. Young architects in particular find this an opportunity to test and evolve their expressive means; to measure up construction details, claim new materials, create and be distinguished, sometimes beyond their country’s confines.
In an effort to survey the most interesting examples of summer houses in Greece, the eighth edition of “Maison de Campagne” offers its readers an attractive selection of architectural examples, both in the islands and on the mainland. This issue is a getaway to the intimate atmosphere of the past through a modern design experience.
“MYKONOSVillas” is a bilingual luxurious bookazine where the Cycladic plasticity blends with modern architectural forms, through 14 selected Mykonian Villas of unique aesthetic situated in ideal privileged locations.