Posts Tagged ‘house’

Zecc architects has developed a fully functional residence from an old abandoned water tower. The water tower dates back to 1930s and is located in Soest, it was originally designed by H.F. Mertens in 1931. Zecc were tasked with converting the 24meter structure into a luxury dwelling while still preserving the...

This green and sustainable house was designed by H Arquitectes in the rural areas of Catalunya Spain. It is built on a platform of natural rock, designed to be extremely easy to build. What’s more, it makes use of dry building methods that save substantial amounts of water – something especially important in arid...

Casa Fez is a new development built by the well known Portuguese architect Álvaro Leite Siza Vieira. He is the the son of  Álvaro Siza Vieira, probably Portugal’s  greatest and well known architect – winner of the 1992 Pritzker Prize and the 1988 Alvar Aalto Medal. The son, Álvaro Leite Siza Vieira, was born in...

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Adam Kalkin designed the Push Button House that was first displayed at Art Basel Miami in 2005. It is a very innovative design that starts out as a shipping container and after the button is pushed, it transforms into a house. The motorized walls open up to reveal a functional house with elegant and stylish furniture....

This beautiful family home, designed by Hiroshi Sambuichi, takes a leap to set a balance between nature and building. To accomplish this, Sambushi chose high-quality natural materials including Japanese cypress, chestnut wood, and crushed stone. He created a design that allows the flow of air to move...