Posts tagged ‘house’

28 August 2013

Casa Transportable ÁPH80 by Ábaton

I would take one of these please, delivered on the top of my roof.

Spanish architecture studio Ábaton has developed a micro home that can be transported on the back of a lorry and placed almost anywhere.

 

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Via Dezeen.

31 August 2012

House in Toyota Aichi by Katsutoshi Sasaki

I just like the direct relation between the street side (vertical) and the train side (horizontal). Nice interior ideas.

A tall and narrow entrance slopes down to a low and wide living space at this triangular house in Japan by Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates. Located in Toyota in Aichi Prefecture, the black wooden house is arranged between two frames at either end, one vertical and the other horizontal. The frames create a sloping roof and walls between them as the two-storey entrance diminishes to a single storey at the rear.

Via dezeen.

22 February 2012

House NA by Sou Fujimoto

Wow. It impresses me every time: Japanese architects are hyper creative and their clients are awesome. They continue to push back their limits to explore new ways of living… Love it !

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Wow. Ça m’impressionne à chaque fois: les architectes japonais sont résolument hyper créatifs et leurs clients sont franchement impressionnants. Ils repoussent toujours plus loin leurs limites pour explorer de nouvelles façons de vivre… Chapeau !

Light and Airy in Mark Magazine #36, p. 156 to 167. Architect : Sou Fujimoto / Engineer : Jun Sato / Text : Cathelijne Nuijsink / Photos : Iwan Baan

Mark Magazine.

5 October 2011

House Morran by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur, Sweden

A total plywood house. Just imagine the wood smell inside. : )

The new facade is cladded in plywood, coated in black pine tar just like the traditional way of preserving wooden boats. The roof is coated in simple tar paper and has thin plywood eaves with integrated aluminum gutters, coated in black. The interior is all in natural pine and where plywood is used for both cladding and construction.

Via Archdaily.

18 April 2011

New Kyoto House by ALPHAville

A kinky new Kyoto Town House by japanese architects ALPHAville.

Via triangulation blog.

20 March 2011

Red House by Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Architects MNA, Oslo, Norway

Like this red red red house in Oslo. Simple and strong.

Via Arch Daily.

11 March 2011

House In Leiria by Aires Mateus

A Japanese white minimalistic house in Portugal, by Manuel Aires Mateus. Some interesting features, some other very questionable (the court ‘holes’ flat on the ground…). I like the images of the master bedroom (so peaceful) and of the pot garden (layers).

14 February 2011

House in Melides by Pedro Reis

I just love that house. The flora there is splendid. And the pool is a dream. So simple, so well executed. Melides, Portugal. By Pedro Reis.

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