Quarter Glass House by Proctor and Shaw
Quarter Glass House is a minimal residence located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Proctor and Shaw. A sequence of stepped levels has been created to define kitchen, dining, terrace and lawn in a ‘controlled descent’ from house to garden, adding height, light and volume. To allow the space to engage positively with the garden, floors were lowered sequentially from house to garden, resulting in dramatic height and volume.
Grillno Restaurant by Keiji Ashizawa
Grillno Restaurant is a minimal restaurant located in Saitama, Japan, designed by Keiji Ashizawa. Only a few minutes walk from Kawaguchi station (one of the largest Tokyo commuter towns) Grillno is a small and cozy, 26 seat restaurant, run by one of my old, good friends. Since starting his career as a chef, the architect has been supporting him with the planning of his restaurants.
Frame House by Bureau de Change
Frame House is a minimal residence located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Bureau de Change. This rear extension and refurbishment to a Victorian terraced house in South London, applies a questioning approach to produce an unconventional arrangement of interlocking geometric glass volumes which reveal a sequence of compelling interior spaces.
Lapa Apartment by Studio Gameiro
Lapa Apartment is a minimal apartment located in Lisbon, Portugal, designed by Studio Gameiro. The Lapa Apartment is located in an 1819 building from the Portuguese ‘Pombalino’ period, in the historical centre of Lisbon. The adopted solutions proposed to enhance the historical heritage while harmoniously introduce contemporary features that celebrate the traditional craftsmanship as well as Lisbon’s unique natural light and views out to the river.
AR Residence by deDraft
AR Residence is a minimal home located in London, United Kingdom, designed by deDraft. Undertaking a feasibility study identifying the potential for expansion on all floors the most efficient approach, given the small existing footprint, was to add a full-width, single-story addition at ground floor, extending to meet the depth of the neighbor’s rear addition.
Limestone House by Winwood McKenzie
Limestone House is a minimal residence located in Melbourne, Australia, designed by Winwood McKenzie. Limestone House is the renovation of a residence originally constructed in 1855. Adapting the residence into a contemporary family home for a family of five, we were conscious of the history and the rich and endearing character of the original house. The renovations add a complimentary layer to continue the story of the house without erasing the charm and memories of the previous lives.
Fernández de la Hoz 31 by PLANTEA
Fernández de la Hoz 31 is a minimal interior located in Madrid, Spain, designed by PLANTEA in collaboration with JSLF Architects. The design of the project is based on a series of ideas based on the conservation, recovery and improvement of the qualities of the existing building, especially those derived from its original Art Deco character. These ideas are synthesized in seven points that define the intervention.
Bankside Loft by Ebba Architects
Bankside Loft is a minimal apartment refurbishment located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Ebba Architects. The open plan arrangement is intended to provide a bright space for flexible living and working. As part of the refurbishment walls were removed helping to open up the apartment, revealing the molded concrete frame of the existing building. Either side of the structure sit two mezzanines that make use of the tall ceilings, offering more private areas for sleeping and study…
Highgate Project by House of Grey
Highgate Project is a minimal home located in London, United Kingdom, designed by House of Grey. As a design studio, their fundamental aim has become the need to leave a positive design legacy when renovating and restoring modern and historic spaces. Each material and resource specified is researched so that they can understand its impact on human and ecological health when in production, in use, and once it has been discarded.
Terra by Bone
Terra is a minimal space located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, designed by Bone. Terra embodies a timeless eatery, where traditional construction and application techniques evoke a homelike and hospitable experience. Aware of the busy and loud surroundings, Bone aimed to create a retreat from the buzzing city — Terra is designed to contrast the urban surroundings. For Bone, creating a sheltering atmosphere was imperative.
Thisispaper Berlin Atelier by Thisispaper Studio
Thisispaper Berlin Atelier is a minimal space located in Berlin, Germany, designed by Thisispaper Studio. A first – floor apartment in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, one of the most popular neighborhoods in Berlin, well – known for its rich history and undeniable beauty, is the location chosen for the new atelier of Thisispaper Studio and the home of the studio’s owners.
Moxy Headquarters by Pablo Pita
Moxy Headquarters is a minimal space located in Porto, Portugal, designed by Pablo Pita. The project is the office for a software studio, converted from a former industrial warehouse. The first impression of the space was strong and related to three elements. A wide, incredibly light, and delicate old steel roof. A long and dark entrance corridor. And a torn-down wall creating an informal opening to a patio. All three were maintained and enhanced.
10th Avenue by Paul Bernier Architecte
10th Avenue is a minimalist detached duplex located in Montréal, Canada, designed by Paul Bernier Architecte. The architects first sought to reorganize the partitions to obtain fluid circulations and spaces that are well-proportioned, clean, and uncluttered. Several new openings have been made in the exterior walls to illuminate the space at any time of the day.
Alexander Kielland House by Trodahl Arkitekter
Alexander Kielland House is a minimalist residence located in Norway, designed by Trodahl Arkitekter. This detached residence near Sandnes town centre, on the southwest coast of Norway, features a maritime climate with abundant rainfall. The plot slopes steeply to the east, dropping about 7 meters and overlooking the town. The poured concrete structure encloses roughly 2368 square feet of floor space.
Aprilgatan by ODDA
Aprilgatan is a minimalist house located in Gothenburg, Sweden, designed by ODDA. A unique old apartment with its beautiful details, such as old wooden floors, deep window niches, and working tiled stoves. There is something very special about old apartments and beautiful details, such as old wooden floors, deep window niches, and working tiled stoves. During the spring of 2020, a great deal of work has been done with a complete renovation of the apartment together with ODDA.
Balcorne Street by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects
Balcorne Street is a minimal house located in London, United Kingdom, designed by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects. The ground under the outrigger of this house was lowered and extended to the side to create a new kitchen and dining area focused on the garden. The inclusion of skylights along the side aid the diffusion of natural light into the stepped middle room of the main house.