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“Monk House” is a home on the western edge of Boulder, Colorado, USA, built in a western variation of Japanese vernacular style. Built c. 1978 for Chögyam Trungpa - a Tibetan Buddhist meditation master.
Project name
Monk House
Architecture firm
FLOWER
Location
Boulder, Colorado, USA
Photography
Heather Knierim
The assignment consisted of the development of a real estate project for a housing complex. It began with the selection of a 376 m² plot of land, followed by the project, direction, and construction management of the PH (Horizontal Property) consisting of 4 functional units of 80 m² each.
Project name
Conjunto Costas
Architecture firm
Garcia + Quiroga arquitectura y construcción
Location
Córdoba, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte
A home is more than just a physical structure; it embodies the values, culture, and aspirations of its occupants. In today's embrace of innovation and progress, traditional architecture serves as a timeless link to our heritage, reflecting centuries of wisdom and offering sustainable solutions.
Architecture firm
INI Design Studio
Location
Anand, Gujarat, India
Photography
Karan Gajjar, The Space Tracing Company
The residence is located in San Pedro Cholula and sits on a plot of 125 m² (7.3x17.2), a common proportion in today's private developments. However, this norm often results in a lack of lighting and ventilation that affects the quality of life.
Project name
Casa Cholula
Architecture firm
DCTA | Domínguez Careaga Taller de Arquitectura
Location
San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Leandro Bulzzano
An old bourgeois building in Porto’s city centre has been converted into a five-bedroom house. The project has two key dimensions: a careful refurbishment of the existing structure using traditional materials and construction techniques, and the insertion of new wooden volumes to house the infrastructure and service areas.
Project name
Casa Cedofeita
Architecture firm
Paulo Moreira Architectures
Location
Porto, Portugal
Photography
Ivo Tavares Studio
A richly detailed extension and renovation, Pear Tree House, demonstrates a seamless transition between old and new, where a structured floating box, adjoined by a sunken garden and rectangular pool, elevate traditional charm to modern sophistication.
Project name
Pear Tree House
Architecture firm
Glasshouse Projects
Location
Prospect, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Photography
Garreth Williams, Art Department Creative
On a steep plot, in the middle of a forest and with direct access to the wonderful Lake Colico, in the south of Chile, 3 houses are planned with different requirements and shapes, but maintaining a similar concept and materiality, to achieve harmony between them and with the nature that surrounds them.
Project name
House 2 - Lake Colico (Casa 2 - Lago Colico)
Architecture firm
Claro + Westendrap Architects
Location
Lake Colico, Chile
Photography
Claro + Westendrap Architects
Casa Piedra is a single-family home located in the North area of Córdoba. Due to the terrain conditions, which had a negative slope, it was decided to place the main floor of the house below street level to gain openness towards the patio and better views.
Project name
Casa Piedra
Architecture firm
Estudio OPACO
Location
Córdoba, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte