The Italian ‘studiolo’, during the Renaissance of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, was a room or chamber of a palace where the owner could retire to a private environment, often lavishly decorated, dedicated to reading, studying and writing. Located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Mérida, this space was conceived as a home-s...
Project name
Studiolo
Architecture firm
Workshop Diseño y Construcción
Location
Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Photography
Tamara Uribe
For a family in Keerbergen, Mieke Van Herck designed a home that unfolds like a warm cocoon to its inhabitants. With the man of the house staying abroad most of the time, family connection was the key word for the design and construction of this house.
Project name
Residence OF
Architecture firm
Mieke Van Herck Architects
Location
Keerbergen, Belgium
Photography
Annick Vernimmen
Environmentally friendly structures, often known as green buildings, have a reduced carbon footprint compared to other traditional architectures. Green architects employ a wide range of strategies to lessen a building's reliance on external energy sources and boost its capacity to capture or create its own.
Written by
Tyler Pack
Photography
Josh Sorenson
This project was implemented on the territory of an already existing family house. This cozy chalet was created thanks to a combination of opposites - as a hiding place for solitary meditations and relaxation from the frantic pace of life or for warm meetings with close friends and active communication.
Project name
Enjoy the Silence
Architecture firm
Loft Buro
Location
Kyiv, Ukraine
Photography
Serhii Polyushko
Studio Terpeluk reshapes a 1970’s San Francisco hillside house mixing vintage redwood tones with a contemporary language of color. Nestled among the California city’s neighborhood known for its streets lined with Victorian and Edwardian style homes, Studio Terpeluk completes the renovation of a 1974 two-story house of an American creative couple on...
Project name
Redwood House
Architecture firm
Studio Terpeluk
Location
Noe Valley, San Francisco (California, USA)
Photography
Joe Fletcher
Spanning in the plot size of 22800 sft, sits The Foliage House. The name is interestingly derived from the beautiful green patch of plot our client had. The plot is located in a developing suburb of Ahmedabad.
Project name
The Foliage House
Architecture firm
VPA Architects
Location
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Photography
Inclined Studio
This is a fictional design for a residential community located in the slopes of Baba Hill, near the city of Mlada Boleslav. The pretext is "Golden age living with proximity to nature"
Project name
Studenka
Architecture firm
Matej Hosek
Location
Czech Republic
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
With a project inspired by Albania’s distinctive mountains, Danish CEBRA has won the competition to design a new landmark in the capital of Albania, Tirana. Located on a prominent plot in the very heart of the city, the project - Mount Tirana - will be an architectural piece that celebrates the national identity and cultural heritage of Albania.
Project name
Mount Tirana
Architecture firm
CEBRA
Location
Tirana, Albania
Height
185 metres
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal: Continuing my explorations through Midjourney, I decided to imprint the fabric features onto the villa typology. The prompt used “Palladian Villas” as a key term, as I wanted the artificial intelligence to pick up on the strong renaissance style of those Villas.
Student
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal
University
Nottingham Trent University
Tools used
Midjourney
Show gallery is built as to exhibit the mock up room of on-going construction, “KALM PENTHOUSE ARI CONDOMINIUM”. Apart from visualize the residential unit’s space, visitors simultaneously experience the architectural design concept of the condominium.
Project name
Kalm Penthouse Ari / Show Gallery
Architecture firm
Paon Architects
Location
Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok, Thailand
Photography
DOF Sky|Ground

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