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This french rustic stone house furnished without excess reveals the beauty of raw materials. In the heart of downtown Bordeaux, France, ‘Sacre Coeur, stone house’ by Theo Coutanceau Domini, takes shape as a restructured and redone ruin in which the main living space combines all the functions.
Project name
Sacré Coeur Stone House
Architecture firm
Theo C. DOMINI
Location
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
Photography
Theo C. DOMINI
This mid-century home held promise, despite having endured a series of clumsy additions, including a 1980s sunroom addition and years of disrepair and neglect. The home takes its name from a family of starlings that nested in the home’s wall cavities, which were left open from previously abandoned repairs. Originally designed in 1952 by noted Seatt...
Project name
The Starling’s Nest
Architecture firm
Rerucha Studio
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Photography
Benjamin Benschneider
With the precision and foresight of a sculptor, our project chips away at the stifling ‘nice to haves’ of homelife, leaving behind only the essentials of elegant, functional living — the result is Humble House. In designing Humble House we denote that scaling down need not be synonymous with sacrifice, rather Humble House offers a refined, though u...
Project name
Humble House
Architecture firm
R Architecture (https://rarchitecture.com.au)
Location
Berwick, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Dylan James
Our clients bought a small house on a beautiful lot with many large boulders and live oak trees in the Berkeley hills with the idea to capture unused views and make space for three generations. The house, which melds influences from the clients European and Japanese heritages, is nestled between the natural features of the site so as to preserve as...
Project name
Thousand Oaks Residential Addition and Remodel
Architecture firm
Sogno Design Group
Location
Berkeley, California, USA
Photography
Michele Lee Willson
High ceilings, connection with the outside, privacy, connected spaces, natural lighting, garden space, were some of the key aspects to consider when designing Casa Cora.
Project name
Cora House
Architecture firm
Ivana Rovira Arquitectura
Location
Luque, Paraguay
Photography
Leonardo Mendez
Monticolo porphyry and vineyards. P2 House is located at the foot of the Mendel mountain, amidst green linear rows and warm spring sunsets. It is a residential building in which three generations live together under one roof. If you fly over the area, you will notice the letter “T” drawing the landscape: there are in fact two parallel volumes on wh...
Project name
House P2
Architecture firm
monovolume architecture + design
Location
Eppan, South Tyrol, Italy
Photography
Giovanni de Sandre
A House for a beautiful family with an Artistic sculptural form where light screens through creating a visual treat. In the heart of the city - Tenkasi, Tamilnadu, Mr.Abdullah and his family's Dream house is being constructed with beautiful Twisted rooms in the facade and surrounded by landscaped area.
Project name
Casa de Abdullah
Architecture firm
Jamaliah Arkitects
Location
Tenkasi, Tenkasi District, Tamil Nadu, India
Photography
Artist Bala Photography
Designed on a small 622 m² corner plot of a residential villa layout, Mirai is a contextual house in response to the hot desert climate of Rajasthan, India. Based on the location, the southern & eastern sides have minimum open space, with adjacent villas on those sides planned for development in the future.
Project name
Mirai House of Arches
Architecture firm
Sanjay Puri Architects
Location
Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India
Photography
Dinesh Mehta