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A private outdoor space was also intended. However, instead of the common backyard, the approach was to provide a middleyard, in order to achieve some privacy in the outdoor space. The house was designed in a “C” shape, turning its back to the surroundings and facing an interior patio that opens only in an unobstructed area.
Project name
Middleyard
Architecture firm
LIMIT Studio
Location
Trofa, Portugal
Photography
Alexander Bogorodskiy
The Barrancas House is the result of the restoration of a house built in the seventies in Mexico City, which didn´t have any attract at first but had great spatial potential. It became a challenge for our office to create a home focusing on incredible attention to detail, modernity and discovery of the different spaces and levels to generate expect...
Project name
Barrancas House
Architecture firm
Ezequiel Farca Studio
Location
Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Navarro, Roland Halbe
Vacation Home is a perfect place for relaxing that the family belongs to during holiday or a place to live in retired life. For this reason, the design based on understanding of surrounding environment is important to enhance an incredible retreat for this place. This house is located along Nakhon Nayok River with many questions arises towards this...
Project name
Baan Nakhonnayok Riverside
Architecture firm
Sata Na Architects co.,ltd
Location
Nakhonnayok, Thailand
Photography
Rungkit Charoenwat
Our Narrabeen Relocatable Home involved the replacement of a relatable home within Narrabeen Caravan Park, with a strong environmental focus on passive design and sustainable materials.
Project name
Narrabeen relocatable home
Architecture firm
buck&simple: doers of stuff
Location
Narrabeen, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Simon Whitbread
Nestled into a cliff and backing onto a forest, Ancient Cedars Residence turns its attention inward to a warm and inviting interior. A rich textured material pallet creates a sense of depth and history. Reclaimed timbers, Corten steel, and textured concrete are a few of the unique finishes in this home.
Project name
Ancient Cedars
Architecture firm
Openspace Architecture
Location
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Photography
Ema Peter
High Point Residence is a luxury vacation home intended to bring multiple families together under one roof. Sitting on a large site with a steep drop off to one side, it claims expansive views over the valley and lake below.
Project name
High Point Residence
Architecture firm
Openspace Architecture
Location
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Photography
Raef Grohne
The house in Even Yehuda, Israel was built on family-owned land that used to be a citrus orchard in the past. Holding memories and smells from their childhood, it was imperative to keep grand openings that will dismiss the borders between the house and its green surroundings.
Project name
Even Yehuda House
Architecture firm
Leibel Architects
Location
Even Yehuda, Israel
Photography
Peled Studios
This project involved the revival and extension of a single level federation detached cottage. The scope involved refurbishing the street façade and retained lower level rooms, influenced by the original period detailing, and extending to the rear and above with a first floor and detached carport in a contrasting material aesthetic.
Project name
Modest Start Bold Finish
Architecture firm
Hobbs Jamieson Architecture
Location
Manly, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Luc Remond