The building was originally a single story home that has been enlarged with a new 24m-long raised floor. The new addition blends well with the surrounding greenery and reaches to the rear of the house. It also comes with a large garage situated on the left side.
This 350m2 is owned by a passionate ping pong player. He wants to share his passion with his friends so he expected the architectural firm to reflect it on the apartment design.
PES Architects has successfully transformed a 98 m2 living place located by the open sea which was originally habited by otters before minks took over. Located in Porvoo, Finland, the property offers a sauna area as well as a cozy summer living in between the expansive sea and the nearby forest.
PH Plus (pH+) Architects is in the process of finishing a different type of Apple Store in Goudhurst, Kent, England. The firm aims to transform the old building into a multifunction property to house a family home, workshop, and studio.
This three-story house is built in 1925 with a local style based on Austro-Hungarian building regulations. The complete modernization and renovation in 1998 until 2000 are continued with the garden construction until 2006. From the beginning, in Villa Olivia, Unije House no 2 already gets a lot of attention from an architect and professor named Pekka Salminen.
Bray Construction built a house in Murray Street, Elsternwick, Australia. The location is known for restrictive planning overlays so the firm needed to thoroughly plan the construction. The result s a boundary to boundary row house just like what we are going to see from the takeaways below.
Fido Projects was in charge of constructing a residence for a married couple in Albert Park, Victoria, Australia. The project was finished in 2016 with a new extension and timber façade.
Turett Collaborative Architecture constructed a townhouse located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood. It was designed on 3,700 square feet area and completed in 2014.
A British architect Lisa Shell was appointed to build a cabin for an artist Marcus Taylor. Located in a salt marsh on England’s east coast, the cabin was built to create a peaceful retreat for when Taylor needs a place to focus on his works. Shell was inspired by oil rigs, Maunsell forts, and a wading bird to bring in the cabin design.