BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed its first project in Barcelona: Tanger 66, on behalf of UK and European Investments and Urban Input.
In order to accommodate new owners, Atelier SUWA needed to transfom the Hutchison Flat in Montreal. After several partial renovations throughout the years, the dwelling had a dark and busy 1990s feel.
Designed by Építész Stúdió Nedű Street House sits on a narrow corner plot, with the maximized height and areas, the roof was the only place where, the otherwise unusable attic became a spacious room.
Aperture Apartments in Vancouver, BC, design by Arno Matis Architecture, façade openings are programmed to provide passive shading, acting like an aperture: opening and closing in response to the solar exposure of each façade.
UKRBUD Kiev offices building, contemporary Ukraine interior for a home builder, design by AVG group Architects, LED strips underline sharp geometry in the 2200 sqm space.
Residence 1446, Austin, Texas, USA, design by Miró Rivera Architects, in a field by both a lake and a quiet lagoon, the final element of a ten-year master plan that includes a guest house, pedestrian bridge, pool, and boathouse.
Hill Country House, Wimberley, Texas, USA, design by Miró Rivera Architects, conceived as a prototype for a sustainable rural community, a self-sustaining home in a rural setting, virtually independent of municipal water and energy.
Tower Apartment in Kyiv Downtown by Dreamdesign, spacious contemporary flat interior in Ukraine for a young cosmopolitan family with a child, who wanted a modern interior that invites rest.
Madrigal House in Annex, Toronto, Edwardian property renewal design by Paul Raff Studio, Architects: the new home unfolds in a transition through time – from old to new -but maintains gracious Edwardian proportions throughout.
Montreal-based yh2 introduces TRIPTYCH, a three-pavilion residence with its crisp lines and sober palette, built on a sloping site overlooking a small lake in the Laurentian Mountains, one hundred kilometres from Montreal.
The House Dellacher was built in Oberwart, Austria, between 1965 and 1969 based on the designs by Austrian born American architect Raimund Abraham for photographer Max Dellacher.
L’Édifice Wilder is a significant project, designed by Ædifica, for the Quebec dance community, this building demonstrates that it is possible to create large-scale living environments that combine a distinct architectural signature with best practices in sustainable design.
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects the Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre harnessed the energy of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games to create a project with a lasting legacy that has enhanced and also regenerated its setting.
BFDO Architects’ clients had been living in their apartment for over a decade and decided it was time to renovate. Included in the project was a plan to convert a basement-level storage unit.