Completed by Alchemy Architects, Sonoma weeHouse is designed for a client in San Fransisco. It is a small, ultra-minimal, high-end home that was designed in Minnesota, built in Oregon, and shipped to Santa Rosa. This home consists of two minimalist open-sided boxes with steel frames on the structure.
This loft-like house is located in Rumney, New Hampshire, a residential project designed by Alchemy Architects. Rocky Brook weeHouse s carved out of the grade of a steep creekside lot, offering beautiful interiors on its second floor.
Completed by Alchemy Architects in 2016, Cumberland weeHouse is designed as a year-round lakeside retreat for a family of four and their guests as well. This house sits on a sloped, wooded lot with its elegant horizontal form. This house also has a screen porch that merges with the deck to provide a comfortable conversation space.
A prototype project by Alchemy Architects, Cawaja weeHouse is a two-module weeHouse that was built outside of Toronto. It is a prefab weeHouse prototype that has 14’ wide modules. Privacy and heating efficiency can be gained by closing off either module.
This unique house is a combination of weeHouse and treehouse, designed by Alchemy Architects. Saddlehorn weeHouse stands tall among the pines in Incline Village, Nevada. Providing awesome views of the mountain and lake, this house is designed with a membrane roof to hold extreme snow loads.
Engawa and genkan elements from traditional Japanese houses are used by Alchemy Architects to renovate this house. Located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Minmo Jaska House also has a passive solar addition to increasing the comfort levels of the house and letting light into formerly dark spaces at the same time.