Posts Tagged: Dwelling
Completed in 2009, this 3,121 square foot contemporary home, designed by Australian studio McBride Charles Ryan feels like a half space, half enclosed, half open. Neither in nor out – a new version of the good old Aussie veranda.
This futuristic dwelling, located in Hamamatsu City, was designed by Japanese architecture firm Yukiharu Suzuki & Associates. This inspiring home design idea is perfect for living, working, or just escaping from the overwhelming complexity of this world.
Located in the inner city Sydney suburb of Newtown, the Haines House was designed by the architects at Christopher Polly Architect and it stands out in the surrounding urban landscape, blurring the line between outdoor and indoor.
The brief was a tool to experiment with new typologies of Architecture for a specific South African climate, where the word "climate" encompasses physical, social and economic aspects. The project is viewed as an "estate" first and then as a building in the
The Darnaway Long House is a 260 m², three storey house, built for furniture and interior designers, Marcus Pieterse & Lee-Ann Bell in forest Town, Johannesburg. The aim was to design a house that uses the stand and space efficiently - a secure house, with open
Set within the leafy Cape Town district of Higgovale and embedded within it's sloping site, House Letschert is immersed in a plethora of harbour, mountain and city views, climaxing with the Table Mountain cable way as its dramatic backdrop.
Infill House, on the slopes of Signal Hill above Bantry Bay in Cape Town, sits on a site that has breathtaking views up the mountain and across the Atlantic. The clients requested a comfortable, functional house for easy-living with a simple and natural exterior
Situated in Forest Town, Johannesburg, this house attempts to complete the incomplete modernism. Its protest against modern architecture as a freestanding sculpture to be admired in monumental isolation is evident as it attempts rather to produce architecture of
Credited with making a significant contribution to the evolution of the modernist house, this building never loses contact with the expansive views of the man-made landscape of Johannesburg and the Magaliesburg beyond.