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following devastating bushfires in the area, andrew simpson architects was commissioned to design a beach house for three generations of one family. The post Y house is a multi-generational beach house in australia composed of three connected wings appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a continuous walking path runs through the center of the home, connecting the entrance with the terrace at the back. The post SAI architectural design office adds trapezoid front to house in osaka appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Austrian office Firm Architekten used timber from the client's own forest and materials sourced within 50km to build this cuboid house in an alpine village. Read more
Opaque concrete walls and wooden lattices enclose a family house on an island in Guayaquil designed by Ecuadorian practice Orense Arquitectos to feel tranquil and secluded. Read more
the mocoli house by orense arquitectos, photographed by JAG studio, connects nature to architecture through privacy and comfort. The post orense arquitectos designs home of serenity with mocoli house in ecuador appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the residence is topped with a large roof that is supported on thin steel columns. The post matsuyama architect and associates designs island house in japan to withstand typhoons appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the highest level of the house is occupied by a studio space to encourage solitude and reflection. The post NEW HOW completes its weekend house nové hamry as a lookout tower in the mountains appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
strategically positioned openings take in views of the adjacent canal and the landscape beyond. The post graux & baeyens architecten stacks concrete wedges to form ‘house N-DP’ in belgium appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This plan is one answer to the overcrowding of the town and floor plan created by "built-for-sale houses" that was considered from the economic rationality. We think that the architect will reconsider the potential of the site together with the owner, and plan the architecture suitable for each site with the same budget as the "built-for-sale house", and the optimal density, space, and living wil
the focal point of yukawa's design is the vertical circulation core, which provides light and visual connection throughout the house. The post kohei yukawa plans his own house and workspace around a light-filled core in japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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