Glass And Concrete Rainforest Retreat For A Philosopher

Glass And Concrete Rainforest Retreat For A Philosopher
Brazilian studio Atelier Branco has completed a glass house called Casa Bibliotheca among a rainforest in São Paulo with a rooftop terrace for the resident “to read and smoke a cigar looking at the stars”. It was created for a philosopher, who wanted a private space to read and think. Located on a sloped site... 
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Contemporary House Addition With A Screened Facade

Contemporary House Addition With A Screened Facade
In the lush Melbourne suburb of Ivanhoe, Julie Firkin Architects created a modern addition outfitted with a patterned facade screen. The Elphin House gained extra square footage in the back to house the new kitchen, dining room, and living room, all of which extend out to the garden when the almost 23-foot-wide doors are open.... 
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Minimalist Concrete And Stone Residence In Japan

Minimalist Concrete And Stone Residence In Japan
F Residence, the combined house and office of Go Fujita, founder of architecture office Gosize, reflects a distinctive Japanese aesthetic that favors natural materials and finds beauty in simplicity. Located in Hyogo, in a beautiful natural setting selected as one of Japan’s top 100 sites for viewing cherry blossoms, the house blends within its surrounding... 
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19th Century Art Studio Turned Into An Eclectic Home

19th Century Art Studio Turned Into An Eclectic Home
Rodić Davidson Architects has transformed a pair of artists’ studios into a lofty family home in London filled with eclectic furniture and striking artworks. It is named Turners Studio as a blue plaque on the side of the building suggests that these particular studios were occupied by the painter between 1811 and 1829, although the... 
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First 3D Printed Home As An Affordable Solution

First 3D Printed Home As An Affordable Solution
Building a low-cost but strong and functional home for people who don’t have housing has been a global challenge, but the answer might be found in a new technology: 3D printing. Today we’ll take a look at the first 3D-printed house that was built in less than 24 hours and for about $4,000 by ICON.... 
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Contemporary House With Whimsy Touches

Contemporary House With Whimsy Touches
Architecture and interior design firm Jamie Bush & Co. has designed a modern house in San Francisco, creating a welcoming home for a young tech pioneer. Stepping inside, there’s a clear view from the foyer of the rear garden and the stairs that connect the various levels of the home. A small hallway painted blue... 
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Small Yet Functional Minimalist Flat For A Young Man

Small Yet Functional Minimalist Flat For A Young Man
When a busy young man reached out to Boq Architekti, he requested they redesign his compact, Prague apartment so that it would be the perfect crash pad when he’s in town. The 36-square-meter flat (approx. 387-square-feet) had recently been divided into two separate, walk-through rooms by the developer which made them decide not to tear... 
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Japanese And Danish Mid-Century Modern Home

Japanese And Danish Mid-Century Modern Home
Created as a weekend getaway for a family that lives in New York City, the 3,000-square-foot house is set between woods and a meadow, and complete with a patio and pool. It was created by New York interior designer Magdalena Keck to create a “harmony” between Japanese minimalism, mid-century design and American crafts. The studio... 
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Contemporary Scenario House With Split Levels

Contemporary Scenario House With Split Levels
Scenario House is the result of the architect becoming their own client allowing them to practice what they preach. Scenario Architecture purchased this terrace house located in Hackney with the desire to renovate it for their family’s needs. The initial goal was to somehow connect the main level with the lower ground level in the... 
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Uunique Triple Barn Residence In California

Uunique Triple Barn Residence In California
Weathering steel, concrete and glass were used to form this asymmetrical dwelling by Mork-Ulnes Architects that is nudged into a hillside overlooking a verdant, rolling valley in northern California’s Sonoma County. The studio was charged with creating a home that not only met the clients’ needs, but also responded to the threat of wildfire. The... 
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