This New Home Uses Materials That Complement The Landscape

October 17, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Casey Dunn   Michael Hsu Office Of Architecture have designed a new house in Mason, Texas, that’s located on and inspired by an old family campsite.   Situated on a remote stretch of the Llano River, the family chose a site for their home at the top of a hill overlooking the river, that’s […]

Hungarian architects weld minimal wedding chapel from steel

September 8, 2018 India Block 0

The founders of studio MÁS have built a minimal chapel from pieces of curving steel, for their own wedding in rural Hungary. Hungarians Bálint Gulyás and Orsolya Mészáros met whilst studying at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. After graduating in 2016 they moved to Spain, interning at RCR Arquitectes, RAS Studio, and LoCa

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Casa Ortega By Estudio A0

April 10, 2018 Erin 0

Photography by Sebastián Crespo   Architecture firm Estudio A0, have designed a brick, glass, and steel house in Sangolquí, Ecuador, that has two pavilions, one for the client’s own family and one for his parents.   Photography by Sebastián Crespo Walls of glass wrap around the house, while a wood deck follows the shape of the […]

Twisting band of copper-hued steel encircles sports centre in The Hague

March 15, 2018 India Block 0

A ribbon of bright, polished steel wraps around the curving roof of this sports centre by British practice Faulkner Browns in The Hague, Netherlands. Faulkner Browns designed the €50 million (£44,336,025) Sportcampus Zuiderpark to offer 33,000-square-metres of sports facilities, including a gymnastics hall, a beach sports hall with real sand, and a range of sports science

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Twisting band of copper-hued steel encircles sports centre in The Hague

March 15, 2018 India Block 0

A ribbon of bright, polished steel wraps around the curving roof of this sports centre by British practice Faulkner Browns in The Hague, Netherlands. Faulkner Browns designed the €50 million (£44,336,025) Sportcampus Zuiderpark to offer 33,000-square-metres of sports facilities, including a gymnastics hall, a beach sports hall with real sand, and a range of sports science

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HHF Architects adds pergola-like extension to traditional Swiss villa

February 24, 2018 Alyn Griffiths 0

This extension to an historic villa in the Swiss town of Arlesheim by Basel-based studio HHF Architects features an expressed steel frame intended to provide a contemporary counterpoint to the house’s traditional architecture. The original villa was designed by Swiss architect Hans Bernoulli and completed in 1913. When its current owners bought it in 2013,

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HHF Architects adds pergola-like extension to traditional Swiss villa

February 24, 2018 Alyn Griffiths 0

This extension to an historic villa in the Swiss town of Arlesheim by Basel-based studio HHF Architects features an expressed steel frame intended to provide a contemporary counterpoint to the house’s traditional architecture. The original villa was designed by Swiss architect Hans Bernoulli and completed in 1913. When its current owners bought it in 2013,

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