ArchDaily Thailand ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/432139/ideo-morph-38-somdoon-architects Clipboard Photographs CopyAbout this officeSomdoon ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsDabas3D ModelingBangkokResidentialHousingThailandPublished on September 29, 2013Cite: “IDEO Morph 38 / Somdoon Architects” 29 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Urzua Cofre House / Raimundo Anguita ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/451197/urzua-cofre-house-raimundo-anguita Clipboard Houses Area: 545 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Urzua Cofre House / Raimundo AnguitaSave this projectSaveUrzua Cofre House / Raimundo AnguitaSave this picture!© Oliver LlanezaHouses•Colina, Chile Year: Photographs: Oliver Llaneza Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/451197/urzua-cofre-house-raimundo-anguita Clipboard “COPY” 2007 “COPY” Architects: Raimundo Anguita Area Area of this architecture project Photographs Manufacturers: Xilofor+ 16 Share ArchDaily CopyStructural Engineer:Rene Lagos & AsociatesMechanical Engineer:Darco MicerdaLandscape Architect:Carolina LarachGeneral Contractor:Daniel AlemparteProject Team:Raimundo Anguita , Elvira GuillonCity:ColinaCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Oliver LlanezaText description provided by the architects. This Project is located just outside the city limits of Santiago, in a ground of 3000 m2. It borders a Golf Field with a great dominion of the surroundings and hills that limit the “Chicureo Valley”The owners, a young couple with a numerous family, ordered a house with a conventional program of two floors where family life and encounter were the priority.Save this picture!© Oliver LlanezaThe house plant is structured in the form of an “U”, gaining ground and conforming a yard that constitutes a intermediate space between in and outdoors. This ties up and illuminates all spaces inside the house. A place that allows perceiving the surroundings while keeping the privacy.Save this picture!© Oliver LlanezaThe program is organized in two floors: The second floor is thought as exposed concrete and is practically supported on glass. In this volume, hermetic from the outside but with dominion of the views from the inside, it lodges the most private enclosures of the house such as bedrooms, baths and common areas. The first stage, very open and transparent, lodges the more public areas (access hall, Living Room, Dining room and Kitchen). Living Room and Terrace end up conforming the central yard to a volume of a floor that is given to the garden.Save this picture!© Oliver LlanezaThe concrete symbolizes the solidity, texture and robustness that protects and it’s contrasted with the glass, which is transparent and fragile.Save this picture!© Oliver LlanezaThis way a quite clear house rises where a diversity of indoor and outdoor spaces are generated, tied by the central yard and in which the more public spaces are contacted with the surroundings while the most private spaces are protected from it without loosing it’s dominion. Save this picture!PlanProject gallerySee allShow less52 Social Housing in Tarragona / aguilera|guerrero architectsSelected ProjectsToward a Fit Nation: 18 Projects that Promote Healthy LifestylesArchitecture News Share Chile Projects CopyAbout this officeRaimundo AnguitaOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesColinaChilePublished on November 25, 2013Cite: “Urzua Cofre House / Raimundo Anguita ” 25 Nov 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/593390/ad-classics-bolwoning-dries-kreijkamp Clipboard Housing Projects CopyAbout this officeDries Kreijkamp OfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsArchitecture ClassicsResidential ArchitectureHousing’s-HertogenboschGoogieHousingResidentialThe NetherlandsPublished on February 07, 2015Cite: Gili Merin. “AD Classics: Bolwoning / Dries Kreijkamp ” 07 Feb 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/608659/birdman-s-nest-archi-te-kto Clipboard Area: 208 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/608659/birdman-s-nest-archi-te-kto Clipboard CopyApartments•Moskva, Russia Birdman’s Nest / ARCHI TE KTO Russia Projects Birdman’s Nest / ARCHI TE KTOSave this projectSaveBirdman’s Nest / ARCHI TE KTO “COPY” ArchDaily Architects: ARCHI TE KTO Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Year: 2014 Photographs: Ilya Ivanov Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Ilya Ivanov+ 23 Share Manufacturers: Longhi, PalluccoSave this picture!© Ilya IvanovRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0Fiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorDoorsLibartVertical Retracting Doors – Panora ViewText description provided by the architects. The apartment is located in a penthouse on one of Moscow skyscrapers with stunning panoramic view of city. The apartment space is divided into common and private functional zones. Common zone combines three parts: living room, dining room and kitchen. Private zone includes music room, bedrooms, dressing rooms and bathrooms. A great floor height of the building has allowed to create an additional floor in the private zone, while conserving spacious double height area in the living room.Save this picture!© Ilya IvanovThe staircase from the living room leads up to the music room and other private rooms which are located on the loft over the kitchen. The extravagant living room with it’s unusual lighting design based on author’s drawings and the impressive architectural form of the music area sets the main trend in the interior. This style unites all the areas of the apartment into original and elegant design.Save this picture!First Floor Plan SectionSave this picture!© Ilya IvanovSave this picture!Second Floor Plan SectionA complicated system of engineering communications under the ceiling has affected architectural design, construction of walls and ceiling of the loft floor. During the design process the most effective solution on decorating engineering communications was elaborated. An installation case that covers them looks like an art-object that integrates the living room with the music room.Save this picture!© Ilya IvanovUse of natural materials softens a visual perception of angularity of architectural forms and gives a perfect contrast with a concrete ceiling, as well as, creates a warm impression from the interior.Save this picture!© Ilya IvanovProject gallerySee allShow lessCAP Llinars del Vallés / Gustau Gili GalfettiSelected ProjectsN9-house / Masahiko SatoSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Presnenskaya naberezhnaya, 8 строение 1, Moskva, Russia, 123317Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeARCHI TE KTOOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsHousingWoodResidentialMoskvaRussiaPublished on March 22, 2015Cite: “Birdman’s Nest / ARCHI TE KTO” 21 Mar 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/616431/caboto26-raimondo-guidacci Clipboard Apartments 2013 Rheinzink, Pavesmac, Sikkens Photographs caboto26 / Raimondo GuidacciSave this projectSavecaboto26 / Raimondo Guidacci CopyAbout this officeRaimondo GuidacciOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsRefurbishmentHousingWoodRefurbishmentResidentialTurinItalyPublished on April 07, 2015Cite: “caboto26 / Raimondo Guidacci” 07 Apr 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/641965/house-at-glenhill-saujana-seshan-design Clipboard Projects Houses House at Glenhill Saujana / Seshan Design House at Glenhill Saujana / Seshan DesignSave this projectSaveHouse at Glenhill Saujana / Seshan Design “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/641965/house-at-glenhill-saujana-seshan-design Clipboard Area: 6070 ft² Area: 6070 ft² Photographs Save this picture!© Rupajiwa Studio+ 34 Share Architects: Seshan Design Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” photographs: Rupajiwa StudioPhotographs: Rupajiwa StudioProject Team:Azlan Syarawi, Jeslyn Ko, Amin Madhadzir, Ramesh SeshanMain Contractor:SmartHome Construction Sdn BhdInterior / Specialists Steelworks And Cladding Contractor:Kiara Orbit Sdn BhdOriginal Architect:Chai Chin FooCity:Shah AlamCountry:MalaysiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioRecommended ProductsWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsText description provided by the architects. We were actually recommended to the clients by our friends who are also architects but were too busy to take on the jobs themselves. The clients had already started building the house but after a while they had started to search for another Designer/Architect to take the project to a new level and achieve the new ideas the clients had envisioned.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThe clients’ earlier house was built in the Tropical Balinese resort look which was popular about 15 years ago. For the new house, the clients wanted something different so they attempted to build the house in the currently popular raw/industrial look with fair face concrete and fair face brick wall elements. But the clients (Captain Lee in particular) also had an affinity of all things retro and vintage. He was based in China for work and thus had access to a lot of retro products. He even brought back a vintage World War II Russian motorbike with side car!Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioSo they wanted the house to have a fairly retro theme (or themes as it turned out!) to it, especially for the interiors. We met, took the clients to see some of our ongoing projects and we hit it off!Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioWhen we were brought in, the house was already complete structurally – all the concrete structure, roof and most walls were done. The windows were not in yet – they were enroute from China! – the client had really good quality double glazed windows and doors ordered and manufactured in China and sent to Malaysia to be installed by the main contractor here. We made a trip to Guangzhou as well to meet up with the supplier and check out what other cool building materials/ components we could get from there.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioWe had to assess the house as a whole, if possible try not to change too much unless it was really necessary to make the spaces work better. Clients had already engaged a kitchen specialist to sort out the dry and wet kitchens. We re-looked at all the spaces, adjusted some walls here and there, redid the entire electrical and lighting layouts, redesigned all the bathrooms, and also proposed additional elements such as railings, screens, panelling, custom lights and other architectural devices.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe really best part of this project was we had really quirky clients(!!) who like so many different things and anything could be possible! And the fact that the clients had access to getting fairly exotic components sourced and manufactured quite inexpensively from China made it all the more appealing! Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThere was no one real underlying concept per se for this house but the client ended up themeing different parts/areas of the house. The design of the house also evolved from ideas and discussions going back and forth between us and the client. Either the clients or us would come across something interesting – like something we saw in a magazine/online or they in a shop in china ,and we’ll start sending pics to each other and be like “this is cool!!! lets do this!!!” – that’s pretty much the design process!!!Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThe interesting thing is, the house could actually take the variety and ecclecticness of it all. It became a house which was very rich in content.Save this picture!First Floor PlanThe first floor outdoor lounge and bar, was envisioned by the clients as a marriage of both colonial and classical Hong Kong themes . The black and white intervals of the bamboo blinds portrays the colonial influences in Malaysia , whilst custom cut geometrical ceramic tiles and symmetrical Chinese influenced railings in black lines three sides of the lounge. The client managed to source for old barber chairs as the bar stools and we re-jigged an existing vintage cabinet he had into a bar cabinet.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThe top floor was orignally inspired to look like Mies Van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion and we had the idea to actually make his wardrobe door panels out of the signature travertine used in the Barcelona Pavilion so they became the backdrops to the rooms. After developing the design and sorucing the material, it turned out to be too expensive and complicated a feat. So we decided to scrape the idea.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioCaptain Lee then came across a wardrobe supplier in China who could print full size graphics on wardrobe doors so thats when he got the idea of printing custom graphics on them! So in the end the children’s love for music was aptly represented by these built in wardrobes with large silhouettes of the two great music legends – Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison!! We dug up and editted the images to suit which we sent to China to be fabricated. The installations were done here by the local interior contractor.Save this picture!Section 1The main master bathroom screen at the front was actually conceptuallized a lot earlier as a facetted and fairly organic formed skin around the master bathroom. It was delayed and pushed to end due to costs and also because the client wanted to prioritise moving into the house first. So the screen was the last thing to end up being installed. We had to revise the design many times until we came up with a design that suited the clients’ budget. It became a steel framed structure, clad with stained cement board. When it was complete – we were all so excited! It really looked like part of the Sandcrawler (the Jawas’ mobile home in Tatooine from Star Wars). It also really looked like we clad the house with corten steel! That’s one of our specialities – we can make inexpensive material look really expensive!!!Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThe glass bridge links the 1st floor terrace towards the master bedroom and the external floating steps from the poolside. Looking above from the entry foyer , frosted glass panels over the bridge permeates shadowy silhouettes.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThe original bare concrete spiral staircase are fitted with brass inlays and encased with thin ex-met panels for railings and fine rods that houses several downward lightsSave this picture!© Rupajiwa Studio70’s Shanghai soap opera scenes dictates several notable elements across the house , mainly the driveway full height swivel bronze panelling, the lounge railings .The elements are clad/ built in bronze creates a contrasting palate against the raw finishes and black profilesSave this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioElements from the old Malaysian shop houses are borrowed, from the folding metal sliding doors /sliding grills of the storeroom and children’s bedroom floor to the “V” profile railings that’s prominently featured across the house.Save this picture!Second Floor PlanExternal door elements , the main and side gates in particular were designed from scenes from the movie “The Great Gatsby” with Art Deco elements. Symmetrical intricate lines that breaks the monolithic outlook of the ” ziggurat”perimeter walls.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioFurniture comprised of the clients’ private antique collections acquired throughout the years from Bali and China, several quirky adaptive reused furniture pieces and a series of custom made furniture that takes us back to the American 50’s era (heavily inspired by Madmen tv series)Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioThin profile trees softens the outdoor hardscape, with a trampoline at the rear for the children’s to have fun exercise !Save this picture!Section 2Three different floor finishes creates a visual separation of each floor. India green for the lower grounds, rosa levanto for the first and cement flooring for the 2nd floor.Save this picture!© Rupajiwa StudioWe tried to incorporate as much natural cross ventilation as possible but were unable to at some areas especially the rooms upstairs as the glazings and windows were all ordered and fabircated in china when we were engaged. Luckily they were double glazed panels so the heat gain was not so drastic in the rooms. The common areas and ground floor are all very well natural ventilated. The high ceilings, central courtyard and loads of glazing help in terms of natural lighting.Project gallerySee allShow lessArchitecTravel: Paris & South of FranceEventAl-Ansar Mosque / ONG&ONG Pte LtdSelected Projects Share Malaysia CopyAbout this officeSeshan DesignOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesShah AlamHousesMalaysiaPublished on June 16, 2015Cite: “House at Glenhill Saujana / Seshan Design” 15 Jun 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Projects Post-Office Architectes Design Asymmetrical Condo for Tribeca Residential Architecture United States Post-Office Architectes Design Asymmetrical Condo for TribecaSave this projectSavePost-Office Architectes Design Asymmetrical Condo for Tribeca ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/779979/post-office-architectes-design-asymmetrical-condo-for-tribeca Clipboard Save this picture!© M-PrimeWritten by Eric Oh Share CopyDesigned by Post-Office Architectes, 30 Warren St. is a new, luxury 12-storey building, featuring 23 residences and 9,700 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Located along Church St. between Warren and Chambers St in the Tribeca neighbourhood of New York City, the project is set for completion in the fall of 2017.The building features large picture windows of varying orientations and sizes. “The design of 30 Warren is purposely asymmetrical arranging for an intentional void, staggered floors on the west side, and a southern facade with two setbacks to take full advantage of the views of the Manhattan skyline, the skyscrapers in the Financial District and the river,” said Francois Leininger of Post-Office Architectes. “We focused on framing the amazing views and arranged a sequence of large picture windows to capture the grand moments of the city. The framed views were determined from the interior of the units as a way of bringing the city into the residences without overexposing its occupants.”Residences vary between one to three bedroom homes in addition to three full-floor penthouses, ranging in size from 1,000 to over 2,500 square feet. Many of the larger residences have private outdoor space including expansive terraces and balconies. Each interior is custom designed by Post-Office Architectes, and all residences feature 10-foot ceilings, large picture windows and panel oak flooring.Building amenities will include an attended lobby, fitness center, children’s playroom and private storage.ArchitectsPost-Office ArchitectesLocation30 Warren St, New York, NY 10007, USAArchitects in ChargeDavid Fagart and Francois LeiningerExecutive ArchitectHTO ArchitectsProject Year2017PhotographsM-PrimeLocation30 Warren St, New York, NY 10007, USAProject Year2017PhotographsM-PrimeWavelength Pictures’ Documentary Set to Revisit the Life and Work of Kevin RocheMiscAKA Sushi / Synecdoche Design Studio + daub-labSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:30 Warren St, New York, NY 10007, United StatesLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/779979/post-office-architectes-design-asymmetrical-condo-for-tribeca Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officePost-Office ArchitectesOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsUnbuilt ProjectResidential ArchitectureInterior DesignResidential InteriorsNew YorkUnited StatesPublished on January 09, 2016Cite: Eric Oh. “Post-Office Architectes Design Asymmetrical Condo for Tribeca” 09 Jan 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Photographs Projects ArchDaily “COPY” House under the Calvary / Šercel Švec Area: 110 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project House under the Calvary / Šercel ŠvecSave this projectSaveHouse under the Calvary / Šercel Švec Year: Photographs: MgA Tomas Manina PhD Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Slovakia CopyHouses•Veľké Úľany, Slovakia Manufacturers: Ferm LivingArchitect In Charge:Architekti Šercel Švec s. r. o.Architects:Peter Šercel, Andrej ŠvecGarden Architects:NuGardenCity:Veľké ÚľanyCountry:SlovakiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© MgA Tomas Manina PhDRecommended ProductsCeramicsGrespaniaWall Tiles – Wabi SabiWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineSave this picture!Site PlanText description provided by the architects. The area of architecture is placed in a centre of a small village Veľké Úľany (South West Slovakia). The ground is unique for its specific irregular shape which tends to be narrowed at the edge. This place is situated near to a protective zone of Calvary, an important municipal monuments with high vegetation.Save this picture!© MgA Tomas Manina PhDSave this picture!ConceptMain concept of design is based on a markedly conservation of its authentic genius loci. The mass of the architecture forms on a traditional shape of a house located between the existing trees. Efforts to keep symbiosis with surrounding nature led to the connection of flat and sloped roof. The two-storey building purposely respects the street line and its location opens up a view of the entire area. Steeper slopes of the roof to the south promotes the lightness and subtlety of garden and creates its nice background. Human scale brings airiness into the backyard and decreases towards the entrance which consequently seems less personal, but still attractive. Save this picture!© MgA Tomas Manina PhDThe house designed as open space can be comfortably used by four member family. On the ground floor is a hall accessible directly from the level of parking places for cars (grassing tiles). Right after the entrance the house offers a nice view to the garden passing through the living room and large glass wall. The bathroom with toilet forms the northernmost tip of the object with the entrance through the hall with wardrobe and technical equipment. The daily places are partly divided by the mass of staircase. Dining room with kitchen and living room creates one operating circle whose circumference is the strongest architectural feature: connection of the exterior and interior. Open bedroom area adds breathability to the house. First floor serves as the night zone of the house with two separate rooms. Save this picture!SectionSave this picture!PerspectiveFrom the daily zone, there is an exit to the terrace and garden. The garden is designed in the context of flowers, useful plants and herbs. The realisation of the garden, including the selection, planting and treatment of existing trees as well, was accomplished with care and high attention.The house construction just complete the main idea of preserving existing trees. The building is based on a reinforced concrete foundation slab, using cellular glass insulation to do not break the root system under the house and retain the original green high vegetation on the area. In the interior and exterior as well, there are used only natural materials as wood, stone, steel and concrete in its rough form. The entrance and courtyard facade is adjusted by wooden panelling, which is left to natural oxidation. Medium high fence is built only around garden area – it is formed to gabion with fulfilled and empty parts. The house looks small and compact and still benefits from native trees which maintain a comfortable climate in its interior and environment nearby. Thanks to the open space disposition of whole area, house and its surrounding keeps its holistic harmony of exterior and interior.Save this picture!© MgA Tomas Manina PhDProject gallerySee allShow lessAD Readers Debate: Venice’s History, Makoko’s FutureArticlesRIBA Future Trends Survey for April Shows Workload Growth in the UK and AbroadArchitecture News Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/789225/house-unter-the-calvary-architekti-sercel-svec-s-r-o Clipboard 2016 CopyAbout this officeŠercel ŠvecOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVeľké ÚľanyOn FacebookSlovakiaPublished on June 12, 2016Cite: “House under the Calvary / Šercel Švec” 12 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/804915/sth-stair-house-deline-architecture-consultancy-and-construction Clipboard Manufacturers: Swiss Krono AG, HAILON GLASS, Xingfa AluminiumProject Team:Lưu Hoàng Long, Nguyễn Bá Đức, Vũ Hoàng LongStructure:Sunjin VietNamArchitect In Charge:Lưu Hoàng LongCity:Tứ LiênCountry:VietnamMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of DelineRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedText description provided by the architects. Understanding we can only fulfill people’s needs when we understand what they are. We dig deep down to understand their priorities, values, inspirations, likes and dislikes and mostly how they want to live. And what we got for the answer is “a home circulated with emotional needs and a renovation in living qualities for this typical tube house” from our client, a very passionate about architecture, active young couple.Save this picture!Courtesy of DelineIn order to think out of the box, instead of pushing people in close-boxes and no communication between living spaces like traditional way, we staged out our considerations. How to innovatively improve family relationship, activities (emotional needs) and mankind with Mother Nature (living qualities renovation) by connecting these through spaces? Why trying squeeze a stair to some death corner just for the function of moving up and down only while leaving all other issues such as moving up an oversize furniture ?Save this picture!Courtesy of DelineBy answering two questions above, we came up with the final solution. Using Stairs, Voids, Bridges and positioning them at the center of the site as an atrium. Blending different functional spaces such as living room, kitchen and bedrooms around by creating split-level structure. We defined two “in one-glimpse space” spaces with “story-teller” stairs as features. The welcoming area is group of aquatic workshop, high volume living room and kitchen with the suspended exposed concrete stair to complete the atrium. In order to create open space, no wall or column support the Stairs provided. Only one Fengshui partition, which combined by timber fins to shield for the kitchen. Therefore, whoever wonders what others are up to could tell by one glimpse, from living room view toward aquatic workshop, from living room to kitchen, bedrooms and vice versa, fulfil the request of “emotional needs”. Same thing could happen for the bedrooms area and kid playroom. Parents are easily keeping their eyes on children. Save this picture!SectionIn a typical tube house, increasing the use of every space is essential. Large stair landing works as a waiting lounge to welcome people to living room or a stage for family activities to watch from the workshop besides being just a shoe changing area. All the support for the stairs are hidden away in wall and small steel rods used to support the “in one-glimpse space” concept. Bridges connects two rooms; create a playing area for kids where parent could interact with them as well as leaving a breathing space for this tube house.Save this picture!Courtesy of DelineOther feature of this project is its double skin facade. The first layer is a combination of stainless steel frame cubes and perforated panels, which controls the sun light, reduces heat and creates interesting visual effects. It enhances the view from inside to outside as well as increasing owner’s privacy. Furthermore, the facade is also acting as guide frames for plants to hook and grow. The second layer is temper glass facade with aluminum frame in between the gardens and indoor, hopefully bringing the breathe of nature which is rarely found in big city.Save this picture!Courtesy of DelineProject gallerySee allShow lessVilla N1 / Jonas Lindvall A & DSelected ProjectsRoss Pavilion International Design Competition Launches for Emblematic Edinburgh SiteBuilt Projects & Masterplans Share Houses STH_Stair House / Deline architecture consultancy & constructionSave this projectSaveSTH_Stair House / Deline architecture consultancy & construction “COPY” STH_Stair House / Deline architecture consultancy & construction 2016 CopyAbout this officeDeline architecture consultancy & constructionOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTứ LiênVietnamPublished on February 09, 2017Cite: “STH_Stair House / Deline architecture consultancy & construction” 08 Feb 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily “COPY” Trull Residence / in situ studioSave this projectSaveTrull Residence / in situ studio Architects: in situ studio Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/894177/trull-residence-in-situ-studio Clipboard Area: 3 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2017 Save this picture!© Keith IsaacsCurated by María Francisca González Share United States Manufacturers: VELUX Commercial, Boral, Oldcastle APG, Sierra Pacific Windows, Cor-A-VentSave this picture!© Keith IsaacsRecommended ProductsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornWoodBruagBalcony BalustradesText description provided by the architects. The Trull Residence is on a small corner lot in the suburbs. The lot is long north to south, with driveway access from the north and southern views of a forest and pond. The main view of the house from the street is from the east. The house is divided into two pieces – a solid sleeping volume and an open living pavilion – connected by a glass entry hall. A walled lawn, patio, screened porch, and south-facing deck surround the living pavilion on three sides, forming a network of private outdoor spaces overlooking the forest and pond.Save this picture!© Keith IsaacsSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Keith IsaacsOur clients wanted a relatively large, single level house with expansive, constructed outdoor spaces. They are also very private people. Both of these priorities were at odds with the small corner lot they had purchased. The house relates to the street in an opposite manner to neighboring houses. Private and support spaces – bedrooms, bathrooms, office, laundry, and a large workshop – are in a solid volume at the street corner. Primary living spaces are in a glass pavilion at the back corner, overlooking the forest and pond and screened from the street by the private volumes. The main entry is not on the street, but is located at the center of the site, between the private and public volumes, accessing the house from the rear into a glass hall that connects the private and public spaces. The east façade reveals these distinct parts of the house – the grounded bedroom volume to the north, the glass connecting hall offering a glimpse to otherwise secluded outdoor spaces, and the living pavilion lifting above the site to view the forest and pond. A thin, low roof sweeps over the entire house.Save this picture!© Keith IsaacsThe house and outdoor spaces are built on a concrete foundation with CMU foundation walls. The bedroom volume is framed primarily with wood, and the living pavilion is made primarily of a steel frame. The roof is broad and thin, with four-foot eaves tapering to a six-inch fascia. The grounded bedroom volume, exposed foundation walls, and site walls are clad or formed with a burnished CMU, making them appear very solid. The lifted living pavilion is glass and wood, resting atop the constructed landscape and surrounded by CMU site walls. The house was carefully dimensioned so that no CMU blocks were cut during construction. Though the site falls nearly nine feet from the driveway entry to the southern end, the drive, carport, entry walk, walled yard, patio, southern deck, and all interior spaces are at the same level.Save this picture!© Keith IsaacsProject gallerySee allShow lessProvencher_Roy Envisions Futureproof Timber Vertical Campus Building For TorontoArchitecture NewsLebanon Pavilion at 2018 Venice Biennale To Reflect on The Built Environment Through…Architecture News Share Projects “COPY” Trull Residence / in situ studio Residential Architecture Year: Photographs: Keith Isaacs Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyAbout this officein situ studioOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCaryUnited StatesPublished on May 12, 2018Cite: “Trull Residence / in situ studio” 12 May 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.