…a beautiful small loft a day…
This building combines two essential esthetiques for me. A loft and a small lot. I like the simple elegance of it. The interior is not quite my taste, but the layout is again simple but elegant.
Definitely in the collection for house options 3-5 years from now.
© Gabriel Castro Architects: Play Arquitetura Location: Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil Area: 77.0 m2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Gabriel Castro Read more »
Source: Loft Branco / Play Arquitetura
…a beautiful tiny holiday home a day….
via Tiny Holiday Home / i29 interior architects + Chris Collaris | ArchDaily
What I particularly like about this building is that is modular. Put together as a kind of building blocks and still has the relevant comfort of enough living space for two.
The plot of 55m2 offers a building with 75m2 living space. Very nice dimensions.
…a beautiful ‘building in nature’ a day keeps the doctor away…
Is now taking literally with this Outdoor Care Retreat in Norway. What a beautiful way to add something to the way you can take care of your patients…
© Ivar Kvaal Architects: Snøhetta Location: Sognsvannsveien 20, 0372 Oslo, Norway Area: 35.0 m2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Ivar Kvaal © Ivar Kvaal Text description provided by the architects. Leaning towards the lush forest and the trickling Sognsvann creek, the Outdoor Care Retreat is located only a hundred meters from the entrance of Norway’s largest hospital, Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet.
Source: Outdoor Care Retreat / Snøhetta
…a beautiful box house a day keeps the doctor away…
© Pedro Kok Architects: FCstudio Location: São Paulo, Brazil Author: Flávio Castro Team: Flávio Castro, Flávia Marques Area: 240.0 m2 Project Year: 2017 Photographs: Pedro Kok Collaborators: Rossin + Tramontina, Useaço, Estudio Bola © Pedro Kok Text description provided by the architects.
Source: Box House / Flavio Castro
…a beautiful building a day…keeps the doctor away… 😉
oh my god, Jan des Bouvrie has died and gone to Spain…it’s an all white sugar candy box and you can live in it. If you would prefer to…
© Mariela Apollonio Architects: Carles Faus Arquitectura Location: Algemesí, Spain Architect In Charge: Carles Faus Borràs Area: 189.65 m2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Mariela Apollonio Collaborating Architects: Anaís Penáguila, María Aloy © Mariela Apollonio Text description provided by the architects.
Source: Carmen House / Carles Faus Arquitectura
…a beautiful little remodeled cottage in the woods a day…
And again a Dutch building. That has been a while since I saw a Dutch entry on the ArchDaily pages. (I haven’t been looking lately, I guess)
Look at the project itself and how the architect remodeled the original building which was in really bad shape. It is an excellent metaphor for the practice of ‘framing’.
© Thomas Mayer Architects: Eek en Dekkers Location: Epse, The Netherlands Lead Architect: Iggie Dekkers Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Thomas Mayer Contractor: Hanzebouw BV Constructor: JV2 bouwadvies BV © Thomas Mayer Text description provided by the architects.
Source: Woodland Cottage Epse / Eek en Dekkers
…in the series…
…a beautiful citation to a modern classic…”less is more”
© Marie-Caroline Lucat Architects: Brengues Le Pavec architectes Location: Montpellier, France Lead Architects: Julien Brengues, Lionel Le Pavec Area: 205.0 m2 Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Marie-Caroline Lucat Collaborators: BET BASE, BET DEC © Marie-Caroline Lucat Text description provided by the architects.
Source: CTN House / Brengues Le Pavec architectes