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The project is located in an ordinary village on the outskirts of Beijing, a typical plain-based northern Chinese village mainly composed of one- and two- storey courtyard houses. Most houses in the village face south, and feature red bricks and tiles.
Project name
Mixed House
Architecture firm
ARCHSTUDIO
Location
Shixiao Road, Tongzhou District, Beijing, China
Photography
Jin Weiqi
Changing balance between nature and architecture. A tower building designed as a result of a central living- natural core. A tree structure in its heart for the collection of energy and resources, vertical farming and a house for different birds.
Project name
Tree tower- Archi-nature co-existing
Architecture firm
Moshe Katz Architect
Location
Tokyo, Japan
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Lumion
The central courtyard as the focal point and main center of the house, was the basic idea of the project, around which all social and private daytime activities are developed. The pure and simple volumetry with white as the predominant color are the backdrop for the equipment and decoration.
Project name
DS19 House
Architecture firm
Juncos & Asociados Arquitectura
Location
Chacras de la Villa, Córdoba, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte
In the first visit to the land, with the first look, the design premise of this new project was clear. Nature in its best expression and respect for it. On the adjoining land, a gallery forest, a protected area, maintained the essence of the place. How to ignore all the strength and energy that was lived there? The leading role here is shared, natu...
Project name
Casa La Arbolada
Architecture firm
Arquitecta Indiana Sarubi
Location
La Paz, Entre Ríos, Argentina
Photography
Ramiro Sosa
The Modern Contemporary House in Ahmedabad follows the principles of modern simplicity in all the architectural aspects with a contemporary ensemble in the interiors to create a bungalow with seamlessly interconnected spaces. This humble east-facing plot welcomes the sunlight and air to pass through the full-sized window to keep it naturally bright...
Project name
Modern Contemporary House
Architecture firm
Prashant Parmar Architect | Shayona Consultant
Location
Paldi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Photography
MKG_Studio
This farm is owned by a couple in their mid 50’s as a second home. The users of this farmhouse wanted the space to offer them the exact pause and solace that their hectic lives lacked in the city.
Project name
Under The Mango Tree
Architecture firm
Studio Nishita Kamdar
Location
Karjat, India
Photography
PHX India
We are all aware that in the design of any project, the architect faces challenges. In the design of this project, which has a villa use. The main challenges we faced were nature, light, privacy and security.
Project name
Sofi & Selen
Architecture firm
Etefagh Architects
Location
Iran
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects
Turf Design Studio, Cox Architecture and Chada have collaborated to deliver a new eco-luxe retreat in one of Sydney’s most iconic destinations. Taronga Zoo Wildlife Retreat is part of a $164.5M development program between Taronga Zoo and the NSW Government to improve the famous tourist site over the next 10 years.
Project name
Taronga Zoo Wildlife Retreat
Architecture firm
Cox Architecture
Location
Mosman, New South Wales, Australia
Photography
Mike Chorley, Guy Wilkinson, David Li