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Blairgowrie II

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Blairgowrie II

Blairgowrie II

Blairgowrie II

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Known as the Blairgowrie II house, this timber and glass pavilion by InForm is nestled on Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.

Principle architect, Simon Perkins together with principle interior designer, Kanako Nakanishi have created a striking home that captures the spirit of its surrounds. The dwelling includes a double garage, four bedrooms and a lounge, as well as an open plan kitchen, meals and living space that opens onto a lush green lawn and surrounding bushland.
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Maison à Vincennes

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Maison à Vincennes

Maison à Vincennes

Maison à Vincennes

Maison à Vincennes

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The object of our renovation work is a house located in Vincennes, within the radius which surrounds the Château de Vincennes, a radius monitored by architects of historical monuments.

The building seems to have remained largely in its original state since the beginning of the 20th century, and has not been renovated at all for at least thirty years. The distribution of spaces was very awkward, and any rapport between the house and the garden was nonexistent. In regards to an energy plan there was no insulation (neither within the walls nor within the attic spaces), and only single, non-waterproofed windows. The means of heating the house being individual gas burners. Almost a caricature.
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Silo House, Arizona

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Silo House, Arizona

Silo House, Arizona

Silo House, Arizona

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Arizona-based architect and product designer Christoph Kaiser converted a mid-century steel-wall grain silo into a house. Located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix’s up-and-coming Garfield Historic District, the Silo House is restricted to a 230 sq ft footprint and a 340 sq ft total livable space.
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Lake House, Massachusetts

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Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

Lake House, Massachusetts

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Called Lake House, the sculptural two-storey dwelling was designed by Taylor and Miller as an abstract composition of volumes and forms. It encompasses 1,650 square feet (153 square metres), and was designed to serve as a country retreat for a Manhattan-based fashion executive and musician.
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In Residence: Jim Olson

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Up in the trees with the nature-loving architect

The home of architect Jim Olson—founder of Seattle-based practice Olson Kundig—is a monument to the principles that have underpinned his entire architectural career: the idea that buildings can serve as a bridge between nature, culture, histories and people.
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JH MODERN, Wyoming

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JH MODERN, Wyoming

JH MODERN, Wyoming

JH MODERN, Wyoming

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The Shoshone native American tribe called them teewinot, meaning “numerous peaks”. The first French explorers baptized them les trois tétons, “the three breasts”. We’re in Wyoming, in the hills of Jackson Hole, where today Debra Caudy and her husband Clay Heighton can enjoy this ancient mountain range from a privileged position: their villa.
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L.A. VILLA

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L.A. VILLA

L.A. VILLA

L.A. VILLA

L.A. VILLA

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The house immerses itself into the hillside and accentuates the distinct views of both Los Angeles and the Santa Monica mountain range. The two master bedroom modules hover above and further frame this unique condition. The swimming pool dramatically establishes the cliff’s edge, even extending beyond it at one end. Concealed within the hillside are a large theater, movie prop museum, parking, spa and bedrooms.
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