Cut Paw Paw house, named after the local parish, is a deliberately ‘unfinished’ renovation and extension to a double fronted weatherboard home in Seddon, Victoria, Australia.
The beautifully unusual, curved house situated in the Pavilniai Regional Park in Vilnius, Lithuania, was designed to dissolve in the landscape.
On 27 January 2015, de Bijenkorf will be launching an Artist in Residence project, entitled ‘Room On The Roof’, designed by i29 interior architects.
Built on a long thin plot, the River House, which sits within the green belt, replaced a 1970's bungalow, and adjoins the River Thames at its far end.
The ZEB (Zero Emission Building) house, designed by Snøhetta in cooperation with Scandinavia’s largest independent research body SINTEF is a pilot house with integrated sustainable solutions.
Right from the 2001 international competition for a natural history museum in Lyon, the museum was envisioned as a "medium for the transfer of knowledge".
The villa on the island of Syros is situated on a 3,700 m2 site overlooking the vernacular settlement and the sea.
A designer, his two sons, and their tireless terrier Winston share a small 1950’s former workshop building, rather unnoticed among its neighbors in the Mile-Ex district, Montreal, Canada.
The orthogonal cabin with clear sections is a fine example of contemporary approach to the Norwegian vernacular, perched beautifully within its landscape.
The site is positioned at Shelley Point on the West Coast Peninsula, South Africa, and faces East over the bay overlooking the mountains behind the small Swartland town of Aurora.
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.