The Sinuous House by ANTIREALITY takes its name from the curvy and circular shape of the building. This conceptual two-story house is designed as a weekend retreat for city workers, located within the natural coastal landscapes.
Rhinoceros 3D, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop
The Grant Park House began with a classic Atlanta craftsman style bungalow in the historic Grant Park neighborhood that was in need of significant repair. The extensive renovation to the roof that was required allowed for a complete reconceiving of the home in plan and section, creating a new sky-lit single volume and wide open living spaces with a...
Grant Park House - Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Maintaining a smoothly functioning home is quite a challenge for most homeowners. Whether you want to live in the house by yourself or give it to your tenant, you will have to repair both major and minor problems.
Momentbloom (cover image), Erik Mclean
Series of design research proposals introduce the idea of a house as a place where we live and work simultaneously. We work anywhere, anytime. We meet, tweet, and chat from home as much more as we used to do it before, so the house projects shall evolve to meet these emerged features of human beings.
The House – a place to live and work
Autodesk Maya, Rhinoceros 3D, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop
Completed in 2018 by Russian architceture firm Snegiri Architects, the cottage was created as a “passive house”, with the ability to save 90 percent more energy than a regular home thanks to a little technical know-how.
Modern life has become full of responsibilities and all sorts of tasks that we sometimes forget to stop, take a breather, and just relax.
Victor Garcia (cover image), Spacejoy
The Havacil House is a weekend holiday home located on a site surrounded by the jungles and mountains of Ramsar city. It has a cubic shape combined with sloping roofs.
Shomali Design Studio
Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop, Lumion, Adobe After Effects
The building industry utilizes a range of construction materials for the many elements of a home structure. Architects are discussing the load-bearing capacities of the materials they create with structural engineers.