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Contemporary Housing Designs

Major Residential Architecture Projects from around the world

Contemporary Housing Design

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Contemporary Housing Designs. We aim to include good quality design-led residential buildings. We cover completed Residential buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the world. The focus is on contemporary Residential buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 6 pages of Contemporary Housing selections.

Contemporary Housing : news + key projects

Contemporary Housing Designs : A-C (this page)

Housing Architecture : D-F

New Housing : G-Q

New Housing Designs : K-Q

Housing Designs : R-Z

Contemporary Residential Design

Key Residential Buildings – latest additions, arranged chronologically:

M Building, Paris, France
Design: Stephane Maupin & Partners
M Building Paris
photo : Cécile Septet

M Building in Paris – 28 Feb 2013
The project takes place in the north Pierre Rebiere Street is a 600 meters long and 25 meters wide straight line. It is surrounded by the Batignoles’ cemetery on one side and by the back entrance of the international high school Honoré de Balzac on the other. The transformation of this narrow abandoned street allows the establishment of whole string of new buildings.

Boxtree Housing, North Harrow, north west London
Design: YOOP Architects
North Harrow Building
photo © Tim Crocker

Boxtree Housing – 19 Oct 2012
YOOP Architects announce completion of affordable housing project in Harrow. ‘Fabric first’ approach promises reduced energy bills for residents. The development was built according to a demanding brief from the Origin Housing Group, whose priorities include reducing fuel poverty in the borough; they also wanted the finished housing to provide privacy and security in this challenging corner position.

Çubuklu Vadi Residences, Istanbul, Turkey
Design: EAA-Emre Arolat Architects
Çubuklu Vadi Istanbul Building
picture from architects

Çubuklu Vadi Residences – 4 Oct 2012
The main inputs in the design of this project for a suburban residence and hotel complex to be built on a 1.5 million-m2 area were contextual features such as the unusual slope of the lot, the dense vegetation, and the view toward the north, as well as the effects of architectural languages regarding imagery which to a great extent have been exhausted in settlement projects previously carried out in the vicinity, plus the client’s expectations.

Can Bisa, Vilassar de Mar, Catalonia, Spain
Design: Batlle i Roig, arquitectes
Vilassar de Mar Housing
photograph : A. Flajszer

Catalan Housing – 4 Oct 2012
Can Bisa is a late-19th century mansion now owned by Vilassar de Mar Council. Situated on the Riera de Cabrils watercourse, it occupies part of a street block that used to include a factory, now demolished. Its historic and heritage value and the strategic position it occupies in the town as a whole led the Council to consider it the ideal venue for a cultural facility, completing the complex with a social housing block.

Bloc_10, Winnpieg, Canada
Design: 5468796 Architecture Inc
Canadian Residential Building
photo : James Brittain Photography

Winnipeg Residential Building – added 4 Oct 2012
This residential building is a multi-family housing project that strives to re-imagine and re-invent the market-driven condominium. The developer wanted a modestly priced building. The resulting three-storey, 10-unit condominium building was modelled after the ‘white-box’ concept: each buyer purchases an unfinished unit with basic plumbing, heating and electrical systems.

Ajuda Housing, Lisbon, southern Portugal
atelierBASE
4º nʼajuda Lisboa
photo : invisiblegentleman

New Housing in Portugal – 14 Jun 2012
“This project is very special to us. First, because the client is special – enjoys architecture, understands our proposals and modifications, and above all, is enthusiastic with the project as much as we are!”

Chelsea Barracks, London
various architects
Chelsea Barracks
image from architect

Chelsea Barracks
The outline of the Chelsea Barracks masterplan, which will cost around £3bn, will see the 13-acre property that used to house the Queen’s guard transformed to include up to 448 houses and flats. The approval comes two years after the site’s owners Qatari Diar withdrew their plans following Prince Charles’ objections to architect designs by Richard Rogers.
The new plans, revised by architects Dixon Jones, Squire and Partners and Kim Wilkie, will now be referred to London Mayor Boris Johnson for approval before more detailed designs for the buildings are put before Westminster Council.

Residential Building Designs, alphabetical:

108 rue de Picpus housing, France
ecdm
Social Housing Paris
photo : Benoit Fougeirol

Social Housing Paris
335-337 Bromley Road, London
Allies and Morrison
Sustainable London Housing
image from architect

Sustainable London Housing
650 apartments, Slovenia
Ofis Arhitekti
Slovenian apartments
photograph : Tomaž Gregoric

Slovenian apartments
Abbott’s Wharf Housing, London, UK
Jestico + Whiles
Abbotts Wharf Housing
picture from architect

Abbott’s Wharf Housing
Abito Building, Manchester, England
BDP
Abito apartments
image : David Barbour/BDP

Abito apartments
Accordia Housing, Cambridge, England
various architects
Accordia Housing
photo © Adrian Welch

Accordia Cambridge
Adelaide Wharf, London, UK
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Adelaide Wharf housing
photograph © Rob Parrish

Adelaide Wharf
Am Eulachpark, Switzerland
Burkhalter Sumi Architekten
Am Eulachpark Housing
image : Heinrich Helfenstein

Am Eulachpark Housing
Anthony House, London
Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
Hackney housing
photograph : James Morris

Pembury Estate Hackney
Apartment House Zvezda, Slovenia
Sadar Vuga Arhitekti
Slovenia housing
picture : Hisao Suzuki

Slovenia housing
Apartment Gradaška, Slovenia
Sadar Vuga Arhitekti
Slovenian house
image : Hisao Suzuki

Slovenian apartment house
1-5 Bateman Mews, London
Anne Thorne Architects Partnership
Bateman Mews
photo © Ioana Marinescu

Bateman Mews Property
Beihai Fake Hills, China
MAD
Beihai Fake Hills
picture from architect

Beihai Fake Hills
Bicycle Building, France
Hérault Arnod Architectes
Grenoble housing
photo © André Morin

Grenoble housing
BLUE Residential Tower, New York, USA
Bernard Tschumi
New York residential building
photograph : Peter Mauss/ESTO

New York residential building
Borneo houses, The Netherlands
various architects
Borneo houses
photo © Adrian Welch

Borneo houses, Amsterdam
Buenos Aires Apartment Block, Argentina
Jacoby Treibel Arquitectos
Buenos Aires Residential Development
photo : Luis Abregú

Buenos Aires Apartments
Bundeena Housing, Australia
Tony Owen NDM
Bundeena Housing
picture from architect

Bundeena Housing
Carabanchel 16 housing, Spain
Foreign Office Architects
Carabanchel Housing
photograph © Sérgio Padura

Carabanchel Housing
Carabanchel housing, Spain
Dosmasuno Arquitectos
Carabanchel housing
image from architect

Carabanchel housing blocks
Cardinet-Chalabre, Paris, France
LAN Architecture
Cardinet-Chalabre Paris
image from architect

Cardinet-Chalabre
Celosia Madrid, Spain
MVRDV
Celosia Madrid
photo © Ricardo Espinosa

Celosia Building
Chelsea Apartments, London
Architects: Dixon.Jones
Chelsea Apartments
image from architect

Chelsea Apartments
21 Chesham Place, London
Architect: Foster + Partners
Chesham Place apartments
image from architect

Chesham Place apartments
Clara, Australia
Elenberg Fraser Architects
Clara South Yarra
image © Pointilism

Clara South Yarra
COR Building, Miami, USA
Oppenheim Architecture + Design
COR Building
image : dbox

COR Building

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Housing Architecture – No Images

Contemporary Housing – no images/links, alphabetical:

Apartment building, Üetliberg, Switzerland

Fuhrimann & Hächler

The Atlantis Condominium, Miami, Florida, USA
1982
Arquitectonica

Axis – Twin Condominium Towers, Miami, Florida, USA

Arquitectonica

Byker Wall, Newcastle, England
1982
Ralph Erskine Architect

More Contemporary Housing online soon

Copenhagen Housing

Edinburgh Housing

American Houses

English Houses

Buildings / photos for the Contemporary Housing Design page welcome

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