There are only a few instances in an architectural career where a client and an architect’s vision unify into an immaculate and complete expression of art and architecture. For this project Kevin B. Howard Architects were very fortunate to work with a couple who, devoted to the ideals of minimalism’s stark allure.
STAR Architecture’s brief was to design the double storey extension to an existing Californian bungalow. The design was to provide a light filled home for a young family.
Snøhetta unveils The French Laundry’s Kitchen Expansion and Courtyard Renovation. The design is the first major overhaul to the historic site in over two decades and doubles the size of the existing landscape for guests while providing a world-class working environment for Keller and his team to innovate their craft and service.
Designed by Anthro Architecture and constructed in the side garden of the Client’s redbrick childhood home, at the entrance to a typical suburban cul de-sac, the site was previously occupied by the family’s garage and boat shed.
The La Cornette House project, designed by YH2, is modelled on traditional Quebec houses of old that lodged large families and their relatives. This house for celebrations and holidays, designed for two families.
After many years in state of abandon, the apartment was an empty shell when it was bought by the client, creating numerous opportunities but also challenges to the design team. Roberto Di Donato Architecture brought it back to life.
The La Luge project, designed by YH2, is made out of two embracing volumes set on different levels – one dark, one light, thus creating distinct spaces, freely merging one into the other.
What’s behind the mysterious closed door, you may ask yourself when entering a house you don’t know. Well, in most cases, it’s just what you’d expect – nothing out of the ordinary, just another room.
The Japanese Sword Museum, designed by Maki and Associates, exhibiting some of the best swords in Japan over the last fifty years, has recently moved to a new site due to the physical deterioration of its previous home.
The empty and forgotten semi-basement space in the 19th century Ljubljana corner building, which faces the riverside and a rarely frequented stairs-street, housed diverse ventures in the past, from a local butcher shop to a wholesale wine store. Design: dekleva gregorič architects.
To maintain a comfortable environment while integrating the brand’s existing fundamentals regarding design and sensory experience, Matt Fajkus Architecture created a welcoming space that is open, intuitive, light-filled, and relaxing.
Modernization of a staircase in a late 19th century building, designed by Zalewski Architecture Group: the concept is based on the idea of evoking in recipients associations with the old character of the building but obtained through the use of modern spatial and formal solutions.
Chiverton Architects were commissioned to renovate an existing heritage house and add a two storey renovation to the rear of the building that opened up the back of the house to the rear yard.
Set in the rainforest of Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, two modern homes, designed by Studio Saxe, project out of the landscape and are defined by a series of steel frames that that bring the best modern methods of construction to a tropical location.