Wind-Dyed House By acaa - Kazuhiko Kishimoto - 08

Wind-Dyed House / acaa – Kazuhiko Kishimoto

This residence commands a sweeping view of the ocean from its perch on the steep hills that lead down to Sagami Bay in Kanagawa Prefecture, central Japan. In order to minimize the home’s visual impact on the rich natural landscape surrounding it, the architects kept the structure low and molded it to the contours of the land…

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House at Big Hill By Kerstin Thompson Architects - 01

House at Big Hill / Kerstin Thompson Architects

High on a hill, above the legendary Great Ocean Road, and overlooking the magnificent Bass Strait, is a new, very quietly calm house by Kerstin Thompson Architects. The clients requested a “solid house”, and the building does answer that desire, with a simple palette of oiled timbers and concrete block walls…

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HUS-1 By Torsten Ottesjö Architect - 08

HUS-1 / Torsten Ottesjö Architect

Hus-1 is a small house designed and built by Torsten Ottesjö. The building was constructed on site. The idea is a dwelling as personification. The dwelling features convex walls which seam together with the floor creating both a sense of airiness and a naturally curved seating space along the sides of the interior…

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Hut on Sleds By Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects - 01

Hut on Sleds / Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects

Hut on sleds by architects Crosson Clarke Carnachan can be towed off the beach and out of harm’s way. Located within a designated erosion zone on the Coromandel Peninsula, the house was designed as a mobile structure to satisfy a planning condition requiring that all buildings in the area be removable…

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View Hill House & Vineyard House By Denton Corker Marshall Architecture - 03

View Hill House + Vineyard / Denton Corker Marshall Architecture

View Hill House + Vineyard House, sits on top of a hill overlooking the Yarra Valley vineyards, to the north of Melbourne. It is a striking piece of architecture, with a cantilever coated in corten and sides that open up to views of the stunning landscape. The perforated steel allows dappled light in but keeps the harsh midday light out…

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Shearer’s Quarters By John Wardle Architects - 01

Shearer’s Quarters / John Wardle Architects

The Shearer’s Quarters by John Wardle Architects, is located on a working sheep farm on Bruny Island. The plan transforms along its length to shift its profile from a slender skillion roof at the west to a broad gable at the east. It is clad externally in galvanized iron and lined internally with timber…

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Sam's Creek Residence By Bates Masi Architects - 01

Sam’s Creek Residence / Bates Masi + Architects

The 6,500 square foot is occupied by a single family in Bridgehampton, New York. Designed by Bates Masi Architects, this home features mahogany board wrapped floors, ceilings, and the sides of the boxes. The mahogany located on the side of each box gives the occupants the privacy they may need from neighbors…

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

La Baronia House / Nicolas del Rio & Max Nunez

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

Shakin’ Stevens House / Matt Gibson Architecture + Design

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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