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Dulwich Residence is a minimalist home located in Montreal, Canada, designed by Naturehumaine. Situated near Montreal’s south shore, the clients wanted a contemporary extension that would coexist with their existing 1920′s residence. The extension and existing structure are separated by a glazed volume where the vertical circulation of the home is situated. The original structure would also undergo reorganization in order to meet the requirements of the clients. The entry




First of all, creativity is the main point of making something while the next thing is the passion to make that thing become real. This suburban house design is started from that imagination and now we can see the great dream of human being is coming true. The suburban house blue print is provided to be the couple of this house. Located on the site side of a road, this house is a calm house event the surrounded space are traffic. We can see the evidence through the real condition of this house,




In 2012, the TED Prize was awarded to an idea: The City2.0, a place to celebrate actions taken by citizens around the world to make their cities more livable, beautiful and sustainable. Now, on the newly relaunched TED City2.org website, you can find inspiring and informative talks on topics like housing, education and food, and how they relate to city life. Preview a sampling of these city centric talks, featuring eight ideas for the future of cities, here. News via TED. Eight Ideas for the




Architects: L3P Architects Location: Zürich, Zoo, 8044 Zurich, Switzerland Architects In Charge: Martin Reusser, Boris Egli, Markus Müller, Frank Schäfer Year: 2014 Photographs: Sabrina Scheja Building Constructor: Zurich Zoo Landscape Gardener: vetschpartner Landscape Gardeners Engineer: Freihofer & Partner Building Physics: Wichser Acustic & Building Physics Electro Engineer: Schmidiger + Rosasco Sanitary Engineering: GRP Engineers Hlkk Engineer: ahochn Interior Design Zoo Shop:




A new edition of NOWNESS’s In Residence series, ventures to Southern California to tour the home of famed architect Ray Kappe. If you’re familiar with the architecture of Southern California, then you will definitely know Ray’s name. Located in LA’s Runyon Canyon, Kappe’s home, which is now considered one of his most celebrated works, was built about 50 years ago. It seems to maintain its mid-century spirit, too. Watch: In Residence: Ray Kappe on Nownes




Architects: CASE-REAL Location: Saitama, Saitama, Japan Area: 119.0 sqm Year: 2013 Photographs: Hiroshi Mizusaki Design: Koichi Futatusmata, Yasushi Arikawa(CASE-REAL) Structural Engineer: Hirofumi Ohno(Ohno Japan) Design Cooperation, Construction: Moriya-yashio building firm Lighting Plan: Tatsuki Nakamura(BRANCH lighting design) Manufacture Of Furniture: E&Y From the architect. This is a residential plan in the Chichibu area of the Saitama prefecture. With the beautiful silhou




Architects: HAEAHN Architecture, Yooshin Architects & Engineers, Seongwoo Engineering & Architects Location: 108-1 Bangchuk-dong, Gyeyang-gu, Incheon, South Korea Area: 14998.0 sqm Year: 2011 Photographs: Park Young-chae From the architect. Incheon Children’s Science Museum is located at the entrance of KyeYang Mountain in Bang Chug-Dong, Kyeyang-gu, Incheon, where the nature and city are continuous. The Incheon City claims this project to be the first children’s specialized sc




Turett Collaborative Architects took this former Greenwich Street warehouse and created a modern penthouse loft while maintaining parts of its historic past. The massive, light-filled space had been a bare, open loft that was used as a painter’s studio with only a bathroom and a kitchenette. With exposed brick walls and ceilings joists, the raw space allowed TCA to consciously break it up into smaller, designated spaces. With 17 foot ceilings and large, wood-framed windows, the




Today, the human being creativity is growth quickly and people are loved to use the simple design. One of that sample is this concrete house that uses the simple house furnishing design . The simple concrete wall furnishing that showed in this page will let us know that there are so many inspiring things around us that we can cheat out and we can apply for our living space. The thing that we have to prepare is be brave to show and express. We can get the high confidence after get another opinio




Architects: Jun Yashiki & Associates Location: Tokyo, Japan Architect In Charge: Jun Yashiki Area: 244.0 sqm Year: 2011 Photographs: Hiroyuki Hirai From the architect. This is a two-family residence in a residential area of low houses on a plain in Tokyo, Japan. The problems to be solved here are 1) how to protect privacy and to supply natural light, 2) how to provide flexibility for varying lifestyle, and 3) how to command a fine view in such a crowded area. We proposed a “C




Architects: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd Location: Singapore Team Directors: Diego Molina & Maria Arango Area: 924.0 ft2 Year: 2013 Photographs: Derek Swalwell From the architect. Just off Stevens Road is this Zen-inspired dwelling with strong architectural lines and shapes that are further accentuated by the materials used. Comprising two main volumes, the front block houses the social spots, such as the living and formal dining areas, whilst service functions are relegated to the back, al




Planell-Hirsch Oficina de Arquitectura took on the interior design of Loft 2 in an old factory building in Barcelona, Spain. Located in the Poblenou district, the neighborhood is currently undergoing an urban renewal thanks to its proximity to the historic center and the Mediterranean Sea. With an iron structure, the old factory had exposed brick, all of which has been painted white. The spaces are open and flow from one “room” to the next. The living room retained a dou



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