Calling A Plan A Map / ON design partners

Calling A Plan A Map By ON design partners - 01

A group of 22 independent huts, many on light metal stilts, form a deconstructed home in Calling a Plan a Map by ON design partners. Located south of Tokyo, the house floor plan is viewed as a map that can be added to, or modified, over time. A permanent two-story structure houses the kitchen and living room, all the other parts can be moved, rearranged like furniture in a room…

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Shelter Island House / Stamberg Aferiat Architecture

Shelter Island House By Stamberg Aferiat Architecture - 01

Stamberg Aferiat Architecture conceived of a breathtaking, colorful island retreat nicknamed “Maison Plastique,” intended to reference Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion. Setting out to build an utterly groundbreaking home on Shelter Island for the most discerning clients (themselves!) was no easy feat…

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Tepoztlan Lounge / Cadaval & Sola-Morales

Tepoztlan Lounge By Cadaval & Sola-Morales - 01

Barcelona and Mexico City-based studio Cadaval & Solà-Morales have recently completed the Tepoztlan Lounge, the first building of a larger project which comprises a series of bungalows of different sizes and designs, in a concept of hospitality which foresees a rental period of years, months or days…

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Scope House / mA-style architects

Scope House By mA-style architects - 01

mA-style architects received commissioned to start thinking about how building this venue. Landslide prevention area because of the site is below the cliff, building less land, so the architects with support from a surface of a wall and a thin building north of the main body of the infinite beauty amount. This volume trapezoid, the largest north-facing, to seize the the outside beautiful natural changes — landscape, light, wind. Very simple and comfortable throughout the building space, keep the inside and outside of appropriate open…

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‘Atelier S’ Conversion Project / COAST office Architecture

'Atelier S' Conversion Project By COAST office Architecture - 01

Atelier S By Stuttgart-based COAST office architecture. Conversion / refurbishment of a historical 17th century barn into a art studio and exhibtion space. Bringing together the past and the present, rustic and sleek…

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Relic Rock Residences / Optima DCHGlobal Inc

Relic Rock Residences By Optima DCHGlobal Inc - 01

Relic Rock by Optima DCHGlobal Inc., is a prototype for a sustainable, modular, prefabricated architectural building system designed to be adaptable to a range of different climates. The program was based on a sustainable building solution focused on the synergy of architecture, technology and construction methodology in accord with the regional desert environment of the site…

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Maison Escalier / Jacques Moussafir Architectes

Maison Escalier By Jacques Moussafir Architectes - 01

Maison Escalier (Stairs House) imagined and realized by Paris-based architects Jacques Moussafir. Located at 22 rue Jacob, this house of 153 m2 steel structure opens onto a quiet courtyard and preserved. Fully glazed façade is dressed in a metallic second skin pattern plant that protects the privacy of the occupants and hints at the complexity of interior volumes…

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Maison L / christian pottgiesser architecturespossibles

Maison L By christian pottgiesser architecturespossibles - 01

Architect Christian Pottgiesser of the Paris-based firm Architectures Possibles is the genius behind Maison L, an almost 9400-sq. ft. A home that extends from its environment and feels like a small village…

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