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christopher robertson overlaps concrete + timber volumes in texas home
courtyards and skylights illuminate the private home by christopher robertson which is constructed from three components making up the building form.
Sophus Søbye designs shingled community centres in Copenhagen
Cedar shingles and slats cover the gables of this village hall and scout hut, which sit behind a concrete wall on the edge of Copenhagen's Søndermarken park
Ladbroke Terrace, London
With a beautifully-framed lawn and pleached-tree boundary, this garden works as a magical link between the main house and the mews accommodation. To the lower terrace, the retractable glass wall of the house opens out onto an outdoor drawing-room, complete with fireplace and homely, lush green walls. The formal steps to the lawn are bordered by smartly-clipped Buxus hedging and a grouping of sentry-like Carpinus frame the beautiful lantern bay window in the mews accommodation.
Two Concrete Cubes Comprise Main and Guest House
Located on a steep slope backed by a forest and almost 1km from the nearest Austrian village of Schnepfau, Bregenz, Haus Ruscher presents a profile of two
Ward House - Sam Crawford Architects
2016 Cammeraigal land / Roseville, NSW 2017 Ku-ring-gai Architecture + Urban Design Awards – Winner This c1950 Post War Austere Style dwelling sits within aContinue Reading...
ZAC Boucicaut / Michel Guthmann
Built by Michel Guthmann in Paris, France with date 2013. Images by Michel Denancé . I - Problems and challenges The site of the former Hôpital Boucicaut (Boucicaut Hospital) in Paris’s 15th arrondisse...
Ravenscourt road | DOSarchitects
DOS Architects has just completed this elegant home extension and refurbishment in West London. Our client’s brief was to open up and extend the...
Top-heavy office and apartment block features brick top and concrete base
Four floors clad in slim red bricks sit above the concrete base of this office and apartment block in South Koreal designed by Stocker Lee Architetti.