What is more beautiful than to be waking up by the sounds of birds, to be able to inhale the fresh earthy scent and witness the rising sun? Located approximately 10kms away from the city of Surat, this farmhouse is a home to not just its occupants, but also a peaceful place for various flora and fauna to grow. The team designed a ‘home’ for the clients whose roots are from saurashtra. The brief was a weekend abode that reflected their interest in spending quality time together with family and friends, whilst integrating the natural environment.
Jiabei Country Park is one of the seven-country parks planned in the first phase in Shanghai. It is built in the northwest of the central areas in Jiading District. Its total planning area is 14km² of which 7.39km² are so far completed and open to the public. Based on original farmland, woods, and a network of canals, this park provides agritourism, rural tourism, ecological wellness resorts, land conservation, and science education. The Northwest Visitor Centre is one of the three visitor centers in the park. It is located the southeast inside the No.2 entrance, with the main road on the east and a small river to the north. The location is the former site of Xu Qin Village Committee, a traditional U-shaped compound built in the 1990s with a double-pitch roof and red tiles. It is a brick-concrete structure building with a concrete cornice and attic made of prefabricated concrete board. There is a two-story building in the north wing, a single-story building in the west, south, and east wing, with a quite open area in the east of the courtyard.
Muted tones and a courtyard pool feature in this home by Mexican firm Rea Architectural Studio, who envisioned the project as a flexible space for the future inhabitants. Casa Veronica is the fourth home Rea Architectural Studio has completed in Nuevo Vallarta, a development on Mexico’s Pacific coastline just north of Puerto Vallarta, in the
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Located in the heart of South Jakarta, this house was designed as a response to the tropical climate. The building consists of 3 main masses, the front is the semi-public area which includes a garage, service area, powder room, and working room. The front part is a brick rectangular box with a compressed wooden ceiling, creating a transitional entrance to the main area. Every room is designed with a big opening to have good air circulation and natural light.
The project proposes a versatile space that allows incorporating different uses according to the necessities for a family on a piece of land adjoining their house. We think of a visible modulated structure that makes it possible to divide sectors according to convenience. We use W profiles and thermo-insulating panels with two sheet metal faces and injected rigid polyurethane foam between them and hermetic openings with double glazing.
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Siriúba House is the result of the renovation of an old building that, being inserted in a marine area, should have respected the limits of the existing perimeter. In addition, it is a guest house, designed to receive the owner’s guests, and which should be practical and attractive at the same time.
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The Climber’s Cabin is a new project recently completed by award-winning, Winchester-based Architects AR Design Studio. Sitting between the edge of deciduous woodland and a stream, its purpose is to serve as guest accommodation and as an independent space for the children as they grow older.
the biometric structure has been built following the decade-long shell lace structure innovation and research pioneered by the studio.
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