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Architecture in the world - part 11

Diverse Building Overlooking The Beaches of Malibu: Birdview Residence

The warm sandy beaches on the Pacific coastlines inspire impressive cribs in terms of size and architecture. For today we would like to showcase the imposing Birdview Residence designed by Doug Burdge in collaboration with interior designer Tim Clarke and located in Malibu. This diverse modern home stretches over 10,000 square feet and has no…

 
 

1900s Brewery in San Francisco Converted into Artist’s Studio

Beth Weintraub from The Weintraub Maneuver sent us a unique design conversion. Here are the details we received: “Originally built in 1900 as Enterprise Brewery in the Mission District of San Francisco, the building was in complete disrepair when the current owner took possession in 2005. Remodeled with all high efficiency systems over a three year period, this…

 
 

Simplicity and Tastefulness: Villager 8 in Aspen, Colorado

Villager 8 was designed by Rowland + Broughton Architecture and is located in Aspen, Colorado. Here is the description we received from the architects: “Having already completed four full interior renovations for homeowners at Aspen’s Villager Townhomes, plus an exterior renovation for the entire property, R+B jumped at the opportunity to acquire one of the units in the…

 
 
 

Transparency, Reflection, Ecology and Security: DD California Home

DD Southern California Home was designed by Peggy Dupuis, interior designer, Dale Naegle, Architect and her husband, a civil engineer and international builder. Here is the information Peggy sent us:  “The property, its ocean view, its north west orientation and setting sun provided  plenty of inspiration. The two story contemporary home offers an amazing view from each room,…

 
 

Imposing House Displaying Interesting Volumes and Materials

The Mount Baker Residence in Seattle, Washington is one of the best works of Pb Elemental Architecture. Featuring a narrow and tall structure, the house unveils a dynamic urban character. Situated on a steep sloped terrain, the house’s architecture makes use of the environment instead of fighting it. Tall, column-like windows on the sides of the house…

 
 

Exceptionally Planned House for an Expanding Family: Matsuki Residence

The Matsuki Residence is a modern and exceptionally planned house, designed by Hong Kong based HEAD Architecture and Design. The contemporary and versatile spaces you can see in the pictures used to be part of two smaller apartments. These were transformed into a versatile entertaining space and a comfortable and chic private bedroom and bathroom. Working on…

 
 

Geometry and Architecture Combined in a Beautiful House in Florida

Architect Juan Carlos Ricardes in collaboration with Jay Hedahl completed an intriguing house design in Florida, which impresses due to its unique exterior. A massive white concrete volume with an original geometry, unexpected entrances and asymmetrically placed windows invites guest to contemplate further.  The facade of the house is truly mesmerizing and includes the main house entrance,…

 
 

Family Heaven Within Contemporary Walls: DG House by DOMB Architects

Occupying a surface of 660 square meters, the DG House by DOMB Architects is a simple contemporary residence built using materials like painted plaster, grey oak and glass. With a narrow facade and neighbouring a public park on the backside, the residence leaves the impression of a highly modern house with clean design lines. Two asymmetrical boxes…

 
 

Unique and Unexpected Design in Paris: Shop in a Swimming Pool

Here is a post for all of you out there who  enjoy shopping. Hermes Boutique was designed by RDAI and is a conversion of the Lutetia swimming pool located in the heart of the Saint-Germaindes- Prés quarter of Paris, France. According to the architects, the project led by Denis Montel and the teams at RDAI…

 
 

Unequalled Weather-Dependent Architecture in Tokyo: Inside Out House

The Inside Out House in Tokyo, Japan was constructed by Takeshi Hosaka Architects. Built for a married couple and their two cats, the residence’s architecture is based on the idea of cats and humans living together, sharing the same space. On the wall and roof, carefully placed openings allow light and air to reach the interiors and rain…

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