La Baronia House / Nicolas del Rio & Max Nunez

La Baronia House By Nicolas del Rio & Max Nunez - 05

The Chilean architecture Nicolas del Rio & Max Nunez have created the La Baronia in Quintero, Valparaíso Region, Chile. Corrosion caused by moisture and salinity of the sea air can destroy a structure in a short period of time. On this site, just meters from the Pacific Ocean, the proximity to the breaking waves is not a bucolic landscape of nature…

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Shakin’ Stevens House / Matt Gibson Architecture + Design

Shakin Steven's Residential By Matt Gibson Architecture & Design - 12

Shakin’ Stevens House designed by Matt Gibson Architecture + Design. A renovated residence in Melbourne’s Richmond called Shakin’ Stevens was the winner in the Single Residential Interior category. Matt Gibson Architecture + Design’s project uses green elements throughout the interior to provide a “dramatic and clear solution…

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Hansha Reflection House / Studio SKLIM

Hansha Reflection House By Studio SKLIM - 01

Hansha Reflection House by Studio SKLIM is a two-storey detached family home with a courtyard and roof deck situated at the entrance of Misakimizube Koen. Fronting a lake and flanked by Sakura trees, the house totals 124 square metres. It is arranged with the living space upstairs with a large window looking out to the street, perfect for keeping an eye on your fellow suburban neighbours…

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Shelter @ Rainforest / Marra + Yeh Architects

Shelter @ Rainforest By Marra & Yeh Architects - 01

The Shelter by Marra +Yeh Architects is a structure built in a rain forest in Malaysia that is designed to house visitors for a reforestation project. The project includes replanting trees at a 13:1 ratio to encourage new growth in an area impacted by logging. The design avoids bulky wood and thick walls…

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“The Shijia House” (House for All Seasons) / John Lin – RUFWORK

“The Shijia House” (House for All Seasons) By John Lin - RUFWORK - 01

Rural Urban Framework, which is a research and design platform of Joshua Bolchover and John Lin, have a number of attention-grabbing sustainable projects featured on their website. One of them is the Shija Village House, designed as a showcase project intended, according to the architect John Lin, to “change the preconception of Chinese traditional village housing” by being completely self-sufficient…

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Seacliff House / Chris Elliott Architects

Seacliff House By Chris Elliott Architects - 01

Sydney-based Chris Elliott Architects, Australian architectural firm has designed project building the Seacliff House located in in Sydney, Australia. Just like the name ‘Seacliff House’, this excellent design contemporary house sitting on the cliff of the sea, in a long and very narrow situation…

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747 Wing House / David Hertz Architects

747 Wing House By David Hertz Architects - 01

The 747 Wing House is a unique residential structure designed from the wings of a decommissioned Boeing 747-200 airplane. The project was completed by American architect David Randall Hertz, a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and his firm, the Studio of Environmental Architecture, in 2011. Working with associate Lucas Goettsche, Hertz assembled…

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FCN 2009 Holiday House / Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo

FCN 2009 Holiday House By Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo - 01

FCN 2009 Holiday House designed by Italian Architects Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, It Situated on the side of a hill, in a seismic area, this is a lesson in freshness of thinking, invention and in the inseparable nature of structure and architecture.An apparently solid plywood-clad box floats above the site, pitched so as to enjoy the horizon and the distant sea…

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