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Bluff House sits comfortably in the corner of a cul-de-sac in the rural beach side suburb of Spring Beach on the East Coast of Tasmania. Preston Lane was engaged to design a holiday home, providing a place to relax, to unwind, connect with the surroundings and soak in the sun in an understated manner.
Project name
Bluff House
Architecture firm
Preston Lane Architects
Location
Spring Beach, Tasmania, Australia
Photography
Adam Gibson
Being a nature lover, the client opts to have a holiday home alike sculpture stalled in his farmland. The site is located amidst the coconut grove and paddy fields giving a scenic approach to the site from the main road. The design objective is to setup a complete leisure destiny for his family within a built envelope, as well as the utilization of...
Project name
The Grey Grotto
Architecture firm
Redwall Design Studio
Location
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Photography
Durjoy Chowdhury
Drawn to the extensive vegetation rather than the views to the ocean, the client’s brief asked for an experience “like camping amongst the trees, but without the tent”. Rather than optimising views to the ocean that may be lost over time as the foreshore vegetation matures, this home is thoughtfully woven between the existing stand of Brushbox tree...
Project name
Timbin House
Architecture firm
Conrad Gargett
Location
Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Christopher Frederick Jones
Lakeshore, a vacation home, nestled on the edge of the backwater of a gated dam in Nashik, the wine capital of India. This house seeks to prioritize the scenic views of the Sahyadri mountains (a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the eight biodiversity hotspots in the world) and the serene lake. The challenge was to harness the views from all...
Project name
Lakeshore
Architecture firm
Atelier Landschaft
Location
Beze, Nashik, India
Photography
Maulik Patel of Inclined Studio
In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, amidst one of Colorado's most unspoilt landscapes, a villa for three generations takes shape. For this project, noa* network of architecture reinterprets the iconic A- frame typology and turns it into a sophisticated sequence of private and communal spaces, where the whole family's needs can be accommodated.
Project name
Colorado Villa
Architecture firm
noa* network of architecture
Location
Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA
Photography became a passion from my early years at the university. Gradually, passing through the music, theater and documentary film production industry, my interests guided me to architectural photography being fascinated by the light, symmetry and geometrical structures.
Photographer
Maria Eirini Moschona
Tools used
Canon 6D, 16-35 mm, 24-105 mm, tripod
Project name
Villa Lavante
Architecture firm
Zarnaris, Oliaros Holdings Ltd
A-frame holiday cabin house project, which was design in a tourist destination to cater as a tourist villa as well as owner’s holiday destination. The site was fifteen perches by extent with a rear side view of a paddy field.
Project name
A Frame Holiday Cabin House
Architecture firm
Wandering Architects
Location
Dambulla, Sri Lanka
Tools used
SketchUp, AutoCAD, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
This holiday home is inspired by cute alpine chalets and is located in Turkey. Shomali Design Studio tried to modernize the uniform style of these chalets and design a unique holiday home.
Project name
Tushke
Architecture firm
Shomali Design Studio
Location
Turkey
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray, Adobe Photoshop, Lumion, Adobe After Effects