House on Mount Anville By Aughey O'Flaherty Architects-01-Marie-Louise Halpenny

House on Mount Anville / Aughey O’Flaherty Architects

The Dublin-based practice Aughey O’Flaherty Architects has replaced a 1970s bungalow with an ‘energy efficient’ home in Mount Anville on the outskirts of the Irish capital. Its beautiful combination of materials, use of sunlight, and for integrating ecological elements so seamlessly into such a contemporary design…

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OUTside IN House By Fernanda Vuilleumier Studio-01

OUTside IN House / Fernanda Vuilleumier Studio

Fernanda Vuilleumier Studio has designed the OUTside IN House in Chile. The design of Outside IN House consists in bringing the exterior materials to the interior. The materials carry ambivalent meanings of a vernacular form…

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Fogo Island Arts Studio & Residencies By Saunders Architecture

Fogo Island Arts Studio & Residencies / Saunders Architecture

The Shorefast Foundation and the Fogo Island Arts Corporation has commissioned the Newfoundland-born, Norway-based architect Todd Saunders to design a series of six artists’ studios on various Fogo Island locations. The organization is committed to preserving the Islanders’ traditions and aims at rejuvenating the island through the arts and culture. Whose work is frequently site-specific to the North Atlantic and draws upon the region’s wood-building tradition…

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Casa Bola By Eduardo Longo-01-public

Casa Bola / Eduardo Longo

This extraordinary house, spherical, it’s an icon of the utopian architecture. Another peculiarity in the middle of São Paulo’s city. The “Casa Bola” – the “Ball House” – in the centre of Sao Paulo. Architect Eduardo Longo built it with his own hands between 1974 and 1979. Five years were necessary to the architect to build the Casa Bola alone on the roof of his house converted into an office. Inside, the decor is reduced to a minimum, but the ball home offers as standard a standard apartment on only 8 m diameter arranged on four levels…

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Villa F By Hornung and Jacobi Architecture-01

Villa F / Hornung and Jacobi Architecture

On the coast of Rhodes, Greece is located adjacent to a winding road this magnificent Villa F by the German architects Hornung & Jacobi. The architects have realized the house behind an existing stone wall, adjacent to a winding road with directly behind the Mediterranean coast. The house has a form of a bent rectangular prism facing the sea with open-plan living, lots of space and natural light…

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Venice Canals Residence By Predock Frane Architects-01

Venice Canals Residence / Predock Frane Architects

Venice Canals Residence by predock frane architects is a remodel/addition for a couple and their dog in venice beach, california, adjacent to the original canals, where the body of the 1940’s bungalow that was demolished established up a set of control points for the new project…

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Horsted Park Housing Development By Proctor and Matthews Architects - 01

Horsted Park Housing Development / Proctor and Matthews Architects

Horsted Park, designed on behalf of developer Countryside Properties by Proctor and Matthews Architects is a mixed-use, mixed tenure scheme located next to Horsted Way and Fort Horsted (a Nineteenth Century military defense and Scheduled Ancient Monument), Chatham, Medway. Comprising 337 residential units alongside commercial space, the development will create a sustainable environment over 20 acres of land…

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St Andrews Beach House By Sean Godsell Architects - 36

St Andrews Beach House / Sean Godsell Architects

St Andrew’s Beach on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is unusual in that it is one of the few locations in Australia where construction is permitted right on the foreshore. Normally the coastline is protected as government owned land however in St Andrew’s there are buildings sited on the beach which face the Southern Ocean. Our site is elevated and exposed to magnificent ocean views and in winter, gale force winds…

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Flip House By Fougeron Architecture - 01

Flip House / Fougeron Architecture

Anne Fougeron and her firm in San Francisco. Their Flip House reconfigures a townhouse in their home city to reconnect it to its urban and natural context. Like many houses in San Francisco , the house had to deal with various problems on the ground with its sloping topography and solar orientation. The architects have reformulated the rear of the house with its main facade with faceted glass wall custom … Divided into three vertical panels that grow inside and out, this dynamic prism brings light and animation and spectacular views in every communal space…

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