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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
In Designing this project, the main focus was on “Sustainable Architecture”. Sustainable architecture is architecture that seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings through improved efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, development space and the ecosystem at large
Project name
Hill House, 4Side
Architecture firm
Ware Studio
Location
Alanya, Turkey
Tools used
AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, SketchUp, Lumion
The house respects the local conditions, therefore it offers a number of natural shading or ventilating systems. First of all, the windows are pushed inside of the structure in order to create shading out of the concrete slabs.
Project name
Casa Fly
Architecture firm
beef architekti, www.beef.sk
Location
Mallorca, Spain
Photography
Tomeu Canyellas, www.tomeucanyellas.com
‘’A house in the forest’’ read the subject of the email. It was an invitation to design a house in a beautiful valley deep in a small town in Spain. The premise? A vast forest that dances with the wind, connecting two platforms by a stone slope.
Project name
House in the forest
Architecture firm
Molina Architecture Studio
Location
Gerona, Spain
Tools used
AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Earthitects: Stone Lodges - Private Residences are spread across a forested hillside. Built on sloping land on the side of a mountain, they are inspired by the grammar of Mountain Lodges and the native design aesthetic.
Project name
Stone Lodges - Private Residences
Architecture firm
Earthitects
Location
Wayanad, Kerala, India
Photography
Earthitects
Ensamble Studio: Ca'n Terra is the house of the earth: first just that, earth; after quarry, voided from its Mares stone; then used by the military as ammunition dump during the Spanish Civil War and later abandoned, to be rediscovered decades later and come to be architecture.
Project name
Ca'n Terra
Architecture firm
Ensamble Studio
Location
Menorca, Spain
Photography
Ensamble Studio