// arthitectural / modern house
  • The term “house” is connected to a huge universe of meanings. It does not refer to a building bound for habitation, residence and its properties, it can allow a different and symbolic dimension. The contemporary house transcends which is known as a shelter and then, the structure follow up the new control forms, new social, […]


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  • In phase I, public and private spaces are defined yet linked by a permeable zone of cabinetry along the existing line of structure. This “shim wall” directs ones view towards the stage of the space: the magnificent view of the Manhattan skyline through the window. The directionality of the space is further emphasized by the […]


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Isn’t the Wizard of Oz a clear example of the awesome force that a tornado can muster? How can Jaws drive people out of the ocean screaming when a house blown through the sky brings back nostalgic memories? Please stay out of the water… but feel free to build your home below flood level and […]


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The logic of life in this apartment is very simple and customary — just a small entrance hall separated from the living room (the main and only public area) by a glass partition, starts thecorridor linking the private zones — a bedroom, nursery, and a large bathroom. Therefore, at the request of the clients the […]


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Sited in a 1950′s era dense neighborhood in Tempe, Arizona, the Sosnowski Residence takes the form of a courtyard house defined by three sandblasted 8-8-16 standard gray CMU walls at the main level and an exposed Virendeel truss at the upper level that ultimately characterizes the project. The main level’s CMU walls define the major […]


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Hallingdal was designed by Nanna Ditzel in 1965. Since when it has become as famous for its durability as for its rich colour palette. Today more than forty-five years later it remains one of Kvadrat’s best-selling products and has earned its place as a design classic. A familiar fixture in public spaces, hospitals, schools and […]


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