C-1 House by Curiosity Inc

Curiosity Inc conceived the C-1 house, located in Tokyo, as a design product in which architecture, furnishings and equipment blend into a single program. They created a central glass box on three levels, surrounded by a ribbon on three sides, a sort of geometric spiral in which to organize the path of ascent, marking the relationship between closed and open segments of the facades. Total white is used for the facade finish, while fight wood floors characterize the essential geometric composition Read more […]
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House & Architecture Studio in Formentera by Maria Castello

In the Formentera Island among the wheat and barley fields, Marià Castelló designed this incredible house and architecture studio. On the north side of the building they located the architecture studio, while on the south side we find a house for a couple. To detach the studio from the house, they created a long corridor that holds most of the services, such as library/archive, bathroom, kitchen, beds, closets, installations and two sliding doors that allow to create more intimate spaces. Via Read more […]
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House K by Tham & Widegård Hansson Arkitekter

The house in Stocksund, Stockholm, is a thin block with cut-outs for light, double-heights and a roof terrace. Tham & Widegård Hansson Arkitekter projected the house so that it appears as if just a line, a wall with a certain depth to fit in space for living. The shallow block provides spaces that can introduce light from several directions. This is enhanced by the two double-heights that also guide views diagonally through the interior. The plan is simple: entrance and stairs fits into one Read more […]
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Armadale House by Greg Gong

Greg Gong used the concept of “outdoor rooms” which have strong link to the interior space to create a dialogue between the two so that they enhance each other. The project only uses the conventional material and construction method, as well as a simple colour. The emphasis in the quality of the space rather than distracted by elaborated details. Via The Slow Home Read more […]
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Minami-Nagano Dental Clinic & Residence by Hiroki Tanabe

Japanese architect Hiroki Tanabe designed this dental clinic and residence located in the suburbs of Nagano, Japan, in a beautiful farm village surrounded by rice fields and peach orchards. A concrete plate forms a zigzag structure that makes up three volumes and two open courtyards. Each volume has different functions inside: residence, clinic and waiting lounge. The courtyard are glass boxes used as pathways and entry halls between two adjacent volumes. Via Read more […]
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Box Studios by Deborah Berke & Partners

Box Studios is a photography studio specializing in digital retouching and production for fashion photographers, magazines and artists. Their new headquarters is a renovated, three story, 19th century building in New York. Deborah Berke & Partners kept the architecture that distinguishes the studio’s digital technologies with reminders of previous occupants, coordinating the low-tech production spaces with high-tech needs. The building has been organized according to the lighting requirements Read more […]
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