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Hacker Architects: The Hellems Arts and Sciences Building and Mary Rippon Theatre Capital Renewal Project is a complete modernization of a historic Charles Klauder building (built in 1922 & 1938) located within the Norlin Quadrangle National Historic District of the University of Colorado Boulder’s campus.
Project name
Hellems Arts and Sciences at CU Boulder
Architecture firm
Hacker + Handprint
Location
Boulder, Colorado, USA
Located northwest of Seattle on the Kitsap Peninsula a few blocks up from a small beach town, this residence takes its place on a cherished piece of family property. On a secluded wooded site, the new structure grounds itself to the earth with its approach to material and form.
Project name
The Rambler
Architecture firm
GO'C
Location
Kitsap Peninsula, WA USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
Just minutes from Manhattan’s most historic neighborhoods, including Tribeca, Greenwich Village, SoHo and Wall Street lives Conrad New York Downtown, a 463 all-suite luxury hotel situated alongside the Hudson River.
Written by
Erica Langendorff
Photography
Conrad New York Downtown
A series of undulating tectonic structures set against an aspen grove near Wilson, Wyoming, this mountain home serves as a creative retreat for a California based couple. The 35-acre property is set at the base of the Tetons and encompasses several ecosystems, with old-growth forest merging into stands of young pine and aspen trees before transitio...
Project name
ShineMaker
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Wilson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman, Douglas Friedman, Aaron Kraft
Villa Garza de Bambú sounds like a dream come true for lovers of sustainable architecture and connection with nature. The use of materials such as bamboo and wood not only gives it a charming aesthetic look but also demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and eco-friendliness.
Project name
Villa Garza de Bambu
Architecture firm
Veliz Arquitecto
Location
Miami, USA
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Located at the eastern edge of the Texas Hill Country, this private wine cave serves as a destination along a secluded bend of the Blanco River. Excavated into the north face of a solid limestone hillside, this shotcrete lined tube is protected on the east and west by tall oak and elm trees, allowing it to nearly disappear within the native landsca...
Written by
Clayton Korte
Photography
Casey Dunn