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Walls and fences are typically used to keep people and areas separate, but at the Desert Botanical Garden an unusual series of structures actually brought people together. We combined wood, concrete, steel, stone and block to create a variety of richly textured and highly functional separators that both physically divided and visually connected ope...
Project name
Hazel Hare Center for Plant Science
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build & coLAB studio, LLC
Location
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Photography
Bill Timmerman
The Los Angeles based interior design studio Nobel designed and built latest project in Hidden Hills, California. 12,000 sq ft Modern Barn House in the most exclusive gated community of Calabasas.
Project name
Hidden Hills
Architecture firm
Nobel
Location
Hidden Hills, Los Angeles
Photography
Nobel
The New York skyline is iconic in itself and is packed with soaring towers and magnificent architecture. The history of the many famous structures in New York is as fascinating as the architecture itself, and many have been immortalized so romantically in motion pictures that they take on an even greater sense of majesty.
Written by
Jennifer Seene
Photography
Leonhard Niederwimmer (cover image), Kit Suman, William Wachter, Stephen H, Lucas Franco, Patrick Robert Doyle, Miltiadis Fragkidis, Alexander Rotke
The Grant Park House began with a classic Atlanta craftsman style bungalow in the historic Grant Park neighborhood that was in need of significant repair. The extensive renovation to the roof that was required allowed for a complete reconceiving of the home in plan and section, creating a new sky-lit single volume and wide open living spaces with a...
Project name
Grant Park House - Atlanta
Architecture firm
ARCHITECTUREFIRM
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Photography
Garey Gomez
Hugging House is based on a project that is mainly capable of fully respecting nature and establishing a connection with the building's environment (not to mention energy, sustainability, and ecology), and that through its impact and experience could generate in the visitor the same respect for the natural world. 
Project name
Hugging House
Architecture firm
Veliz Arquitecto
Location
United States
Tools used
SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Situated on an urban infill site, this house builds on Buffalo’s rich architectural heritage, with works by Frank Lloyd Wright and H.H. Richardson only steps away. But rather than looking only to the past, the house offers a model for twenty-first century urban life, with a soaring interior space organized around views, nature and daylight.
Project name
Black Diamond House
Architecture firm
asap/adam sokol architecture practice
Location
Buffalo, New York
In an exploration of ten recent projects situated throughout the Rocky Mountain West, Connection: CCY Architects reveals the Colorado-based firm’s approach to its work, sharing the discoveries and opportunities that emerge with each project. From an internal, experiential perspective, to integration within particular environments, the pages within...
Title
Connection CCY Architects
Author
CCY Architects. Published by: Monacelli. Designed by: Julie Kolar, Esse Design. Contributors: John Cottle, Rich Carr, Alex Klumb, Todd Kennedy, Chris Touchette, Gage Reese, Jenny Trumble, Rick Sommerfeld
Category
Architecture, Interior Design
Buy
https://www.ccyarchitects.com/monograph
Designed by Urban Architectural Space Group, Inc., Casa entre las Rocas; offers you a highly unique experience of living totally exposed to the environment and at the same time as a haven of peace, tranquility and security. The house sits around the bounders. With a direct connection between humans and nature.
Project name
Casa entre las Rocas
Architecture firm
Urban Architectural Space Group, Inc. URBARC
Location
Joshua Tree, California, USA
Tools used
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Autodesk 3ds Max, V-ray 5, Adobe Photoshop