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Hog Pen Creek Retreat

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Hog Pen Creek Retreat

Hog Pen Creek Retreat

Hog Pen Creek Retreat

Hog Pen Creek Retreat

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US firm Lake Flato has built a waterfront retreat in Austin, Texas, featuring a two-storey porch and a slender lap pool that runs alongside the home. Called the Hog Pen Creek Retreat, the house sits at the confluence of Hog Pen Creek and Lake Austin, on a site dotted with pecan and cypress trees.
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Pagoda House, Sofia\Bulgaria

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Pagoda House, Sofia\Bulgaria

Pagoda House, Sofia\Bulgaria

Pagoda House, Sofia\Bulgaria

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A glass wall frames a vintage Mercedes parked inside this timber-clad residence in the Bulgarian capital by I/O Architects, which is partially submerged into a sloping site. The Bulgarian practice designed Pagoda House to fit into the hillside, linking with an elevated garden tucked behind the bulk of the building on higher ground. Here residents can take in views of the city’s skyline while still remaining hidden from the street.
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3 Waterloo Street, Melbourne

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3 Waterloo Street, Melbourne

3 Waterloo Street, Melbourne

3 Waterloo Street, Melbourne

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DKO inserts floating perforated box to house residences in melbourne

Tasked with a heritage and listed façade, Australian architecture firm DKO has sensitively adapted this building into a apartments in Melbourne. The original exterior has been retained on the north, south and east sides, with the blend of old and new defined by a carefully placed insertion. This addition is visualized as a perforated ‘floating’ box set back at 1.3 meters from the existing brick perimeter.
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BN House, São Paulo

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BN House, São Paulo

BN House, São Paulo

BN House, São Paulo

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The architects from Brazilian studio METRO designed a house with several terraces and gardens, blurring the boundary between interior and exterior.

Located in Jardim Paulistano, a residential neighbourhood of São Paulo, BN House includes four volumes at different heights, executed in concrete and linked by a series of glazed circulation pathways. However, despite using exceptionally strong material, the architects didn’t leave the house closed to the outside. They included numerous terraces and gardens in their project, arranging them in a way that enhances the connection between the exterior and the interior.
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Konieczny’s Ark

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Konieczny's Ark

Konieczny's Ark

Konieczny's Ark

Konieczny's Ark

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Noah’s ark: a concrete house floats above South Poland’s mountainous landscape

South Poland’s picturesque, green and mountainous landscape was a key inspiration for Katowice based architecture firm KWK Promes’ latest residential offering, situated in the rolling hills of Brenna.
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Casa nel Bosco

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Casa nel Bosco

Casa nel Bosco

Casa nel Bosco

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Towering oak trees surround this addition to a family residence in Sardinia, which is raised up on concrete feet to minimise its impact on the wild landscape. Officina29 Architetti designed the small building as an annex to a house in Sassari, the second-largest city on the Italian island.
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Light Grain House

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Light Grain House

Light Grain House

Light Grain House

Light Grain House

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Yoshiaki Yamashita’s “Light Grain” House Lets Fractals of Daylight Play Upon Its Surfaces

Architect Yoshiaki Yamashita’s “Light Grain” is a three-story house built with a perforated façade which allows for light to shine through and play off the surfaces within, balancing circulation of air and natural lighting with the privacy one craves in an urban setting. The third story’s punctured steel screen diffuses fractals of daylight throughout the home, as well as upon an enclosed private garden that abets a ground-floor bedroom.
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Two Houses at Nichada, Bangkok

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Two Houses at Nichada, Bangkok

Two Houses at Nichada, Bangkok

Two Houses at Nichada, Bangkok

Two Houses at Nichada, Bangkok

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Alkhemist Architects duplicates house for brothers in Bangkok

Local-based Alkhemist Architects was commissioned to erect two houses belonging to a pair of brothers. Located in a suburban gated community in Bangkok, Thailand, the siblings, who are very close but have different lifestyles, wish to live close to each other and spend some time together. However, they also want to establish a private distance whenever is needed. The architect began the design process by using one simple building typology that would be then repeated on both houses. Once this design development got into detail level, the logic of repetition evolved to fit the different needs of each individual. As a result, the two houses look similar on a first glance, yet they differ once they dwelled within them.
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