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Built in the heart of Mbour, Senegal, nestled in the fertile province of Nguerigne Serere, lies a unique experimental project; an architecturally expressive house built using raw, local materials – chiefly, rammed earth: U:BIKIWITI HOUSE.
Project name
U:BIKWITI HOUSE
Architecture firm
ID+EA
Location
Nguerigne, Senegal
Photography
SEYNI BA/ID+EA
Casa Gotarrendura is developed within an ecological residential complex, surrounded by more than 1200 hectares of forest. The single-family house project is based on the premise of fully respecting the existing vegetation, making it part of the project and a crucial element throughout the entire house.
Project name
Casa Gotarrendura
Architecture firm
mxtad
Location
Puebla, Mexico
Photography
Amy Bello
In response to the evolving needs of home life during the pandemic, interior designer Lesya Pechenkina embarked on a journey to find a perfect plot for a new family home, blending nature with domestic comfort.
Project name
A bright and spacious house for the family of interior designer Lesya Pechenkina
Architecture firm
Simple Interiors
Location
Chelyabinsk, Russia
Photography
Natalia Gorbunova
Boasting an urban location with the convenience of nearby shops and restaurants, the home is nestled into a lively and walkable community—and just a few blocks away, the soft, sandy shores of the expansive Pacific coastline.
Project name
Santa Monica Modern
Architecture firm
Walker Warner Architects
Location
Santa Monica, California, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
A single-family house designed using bioclimatic strategies, whose construction was carried out in a workshop using an industrialized system of laminated wood and finished on site by its inhabitants.
Project name
The Cork and Wood House
Architecture firm
gurea arquitectura cooperativa
Location
Navajeda, Cantabria, Spain
Photography
Javier Bravo
StudioSTL: Giant fir trees surround this spacious property on a gentle east-facing slope. Incorporating our client's single-level living goals while still accommodating both master and guest suites created a strong circulation corridor on the property's roadside.
Project name
Rookery House
Architecture firm
StudioSTL
Location
Port Townsend, Washington, United States
Photography
Josh Partee Photography
): In the ever-evolving world of architectural design, a remarkable trend has emerged – the fusion of modernity and timeless charm through exposed brickwork. A stunning modern residence that beautifully incorporates the rustic allure of exposed brick, creating a harmonious blend of old-world warmth and contemporary elegance.
Project name
NANDALAYA Residence
Architecture firm
MDC Architects (Mandala Design Consortia)
Location
Ohm Bunglows, Ataladra, Vadodara, India
Photography
Tejash Shah
: In the last two decades of rapid real estate development, housing has been mass-produced as a commodity, gradually veering away from meeting users' needs. Moreover, the influx of artistic concepts and repetitive styles has led to a blurred identity in houses available in the market.
Project name
Box of Light
Architecture firm
CUN DESIGN
Location
Beijing, China
Photography
Wang Ting