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This project in Marin County, CA, north of San Francisco, is built on a lot that was vacant when purchased by the client. The V-shaped site has a natural drainage swale through its center, effectively dividing the land in half. The site’s natural topography simultaneously presents a challenge and an incredible opportunity for a unique build with an...
Project name
Deer Park
Architecture firm
DNM Architecture
Location
San Rafael, California, United States
Photography
Jamie Leasure
Autumn in the North, a new project by Susanna Cots. A home without walls or doors that plays with distribution as a connection strategy. We are so used to living by the same patterns and the same rules, that we forget to listen to our instincts. And not only in making professional, personal or family decisions. But also, in creating a home. Why sti...
Project name
Autumn in the North
Architecture firm
Susanna Cots
Location
Navarra, Spain
Photography
Mauricio Fuertes
The house is organized by a central axis that runs the entire depth of the property, starting from the entry foyer and terminating thru a series of sequential experiences with the main living area, the outdoor deck, and ultimately at the landscaped garden and pool.
Project name
Screen House
Architecture firm
Buensalido + Architects
Location
Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Photography
Ed Simon
This sprawling home was designed and built atop a steep hillside, 75 feet above Lake Austin. The homeowners, a young professional couple with three small children, wanted their home to be all about ‘lake life.’ To take advantage of the spectacular lake views and the surrounding heritage oak trees, LaRue Architects designed the structure with large...
Project name
Cliffside House
Architecture firm
LaRue Architects
Location
Lake Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn
House in the Rodeo, moving blocks. This single-family home is located in the closed neighborhood El Rodeo, La Calera, which is part of a succession of suburban closed neighborhoods located to the west of the city of Córdoba, with the idea of living with greater security and contact with nature, few minutes from the city. The mountain environment th...
Project name
Rodeo House (Casa en el Rodeo)
Architecture firm
Pablo Senmartin Arquitectos
Location
El Rodeo, La Calera, Córdoba, Argentina
Photography
Andrés Domínguez; Video Credits: Andrés Domínguez
To design a house that ensures security for a single old lady & her tenants. The site is located in Panchkula (Haryana), a satellite town adjoining the border of Chandigarh. Chandigarh city was designed by Le Corbusier and is a symbol of modernism in India. The site is in a newly developed plotted sector, adjacent to the Information & Technology Pa...
Project name
Residence 414
Architecture firm
Charged Voids
Location
Panchkula, Haryana, India
Photography
Nakul Jain
The site shape is almost triangular and is located between a main street and a residential area. More than half of the site faces the street. Because of its good location, the client requested a house with a space that could be used as a rental store.
Project name
Michiyama House
Architecture firm
Niko Design Studio
Location
Fukuoka, Japan
Photography
Kyoko Omori
The Pastel House in Raipur is a similar intervention that takes a unique stance on ‘living with nature’. Designed for a family of medical practitioners with an affinity for nature, the client’s design brief clearly emphasised the proximity to greens and abundant natural light, leading the architects to choose biophilic design as the defining design...
Project name
The Pastel House
Architecture firm
Creative Designer Architects (CDA)
Location
Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
Photography
Studio Noughts & Crosses