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Skylab Architecture announces its collaborative partnership with Steel Hut to design innovative, budget-friendly options for living that offer increased fire resistance and durability for harsh climates. “It’s an incredible opportunity to work with Steel Hut to address the many challenges people face during the design and construction process.
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Skylab Architecture
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Skylab Architecture
Welcome to Shunaam+, a stunning modern A-frame house nestled in the snowy landscapes of Utah, USA. This 180 square meter architectural gem is designed to not only withstand heavy snowfalls but also provide a luxurious and functional living experience for families seeking refuge in the winter wonderland.
Project name
The Shunaam Plus
Architecture firm
Rabani Design
Location
Utah, USA
Tools used
AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Lumion, Capcut, Adobe Photoshop, Luminar
James Lin and Owen Liu reached out to Paul Michael Davis Architects (PMDA) to help renovate their home, where they had lived for about a year. The house was odd. In 1933, when Redmond was farmland and cabins, someone built a modest rambler overlooking the Cascade Mountains.
Project name
The Dog’s Breakfast
Architecture firm
Paul Michael Davis Architects
Location
Redmon, Washington, USA
Photography
Mark Woods
Hennebery Eddy, in partnership with Fentress Architects, designed an extension of Concourse E and airline relocations to balance passenger and infrastructure demands on the north and south sides of the facility.
Project name
PDX Terminal Balancing & Concourse E Extension
Architecture firm
Hennebery Eddy, Fentress Architects
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA
Photography
Andrew Pogue, Josh Partee
Two-Michelin star chef Matthew Lightner’s new restaurant, ōkta, in McMinnville, Oregon, captures the essence of the Willamette Valley, the heart of Oregon’s wine country. Set within the McMinnville Downtown Historic District, the restaurant’s design is comfortably luxurious—subdued and understated. Here, food and environment combine to create a tra...
Project name
Ōkta
Architecture firm
Hacker Architects
Location
McMinnville, Oregon, USA
Photography
George Barberis, Evan Sung
A yard can be a lovely escape from the routines of everyday life. We all understand the health benefits of spending more time outdoors, such as vitamin D production in the skin, exercise, and unfiltered air in your lungs. But what if your yard has no appeal?
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Liliana Alvarez
Photography
Benzoix
This objective of this project was to transform a tired 1970s-era building into a vibrant and creative office for international video conferencing experts, Zoom. Located near downtown Santa Barbara, the split-level building had been haphazardly remodeled over the intervening years prior to Zoom’s acquisition
Project name
ZOOM HQ
Architecture firm
ANACAPA Architecture
Location
Santa Barbara, California, USA
Photography
Erin Feinblatt
An ambitious remodel that features sweeping views of the city, the mountains, and the Sound. Living and dining spaces are defined by a high wood slat ceiling, which sets them apart from the raised kitchen.
Project name
Seattle Penthouse
Architecture firm
Kor Architects
Location
Seattle, Seattle, USA
Photography
Aaron Leitz