House Gele Lis / GAAGA

… a beautiful Dutch villa a day…

The owners experienced a sort of ‘love at first sight’ feeling when they looked at the various architectural proposals. I can understand when I look at the way they made optimal use of the area possibilities.

Courtesy of GAAGA Architects: GAAGA Location: The Hague,The Netherlands Architects In Charge: Esther Stevelink, Arie Bergsma Area: 180.0 m2 Project Year: 2016 Contractor: Aannemersbedrijf Schotte BV, Pijnacker, The Netherlands Structural Engineer: Faas & Van Iterson, Sassenheim, The Netherlands Energy Performance, Building Physics En Acoustics: GAAGA Courtesy of GAAGA Love at first sight The clients asked several architects to come up with a vision for the design of their house.

Source: House Gele Lis / GAAGA

The Twin Houses / SPASM Design Architects

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…why one (?) if you can have two (!) beautiful Indian houses a day…

Courtesy of SPASM Design Architects Architects: SPASM Design Architects Location: Alibag, Maharashtra, India Lead Architects: SPASM Design Architects Design Team: Sangeeta Merchant, Mansoor Kudalkar, Vijjisha Kakka, Noopur Sejpal, Divyesh Kargathra, Sanjeev Panjabi.

Source: The Twin Houses / SPASM Design Architects

Toodyay Shack / Paul Wakelam Architect – A Workshop

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…a beautiful Australian shack a day… #architecture #feedly

© Luke Carter Wilton Architects: Paul Wakelam Architect – A Workshop Location: Perth WA, Australia Area: 2850.0 ft2 Project Year: 2017 Photographs: Luke Carter Wilton Team: Peter Tibbitt, Angus Mcbride, Steve Burdett Engineer © Luke Carter Wilton From the architect.

Source: Toodyay Shack / Paul Wakelam Architect – A Workshop

House in Tokushima / FujiwaraMuro Architects

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…a beautiful small Japanese building a day…

© Toshiyuki Yano Architects: FujiwaraMuro Architects Location: Tokushima Prefecture, Japan Architect In Charge: Shintaro Fujiwara, Yoshio Muro Area: 111.92 m2 Project Year: 2014 Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano Total Floor Area: 158.91 m2 Site Area: 661.04 m2 © Toshiyuki Yano From the architect.

Source: House in Tokushima / FujiwaraMuro Architects

3S Eisgratbahn Gondola Lift at Stubai Glacier / ao-architekten

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…a beautiful mountain station a day…

 

Been there many times. Neustift, Stubai, Walking, skiing, hiking. A beautiful area to experience.

© Günter Richard Wett Architects: ao-architekten Location: Mutterberg 2, 6167 Neustift im Stubaital, Austria Area: 2950.0 m2 Project Year: 2016 Photographs: Günter Richard Wett Constructor: Wintersport Tirol AG; Leitner ropeways; in.ge.na © Günter Richard Wett From the architect.

Source: 3S Eisgratbahn Gondola Lift at Stubai Glacier / ao-architekten

Sunshine Beach House / Shaun Lockyer Architects

I have been away too long from my Feedly RSS. I promise to be more consistent again in my curation… #motivation #morningroutine

So here it is once again in the long running series.

…a beautiful beach house a day…. #architecture #feedly

© Scott Burrows Architects: Shaun Lockyer Architects Location: Ross Cres, Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia Area: 290.0 m2 Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Scott Burrows © Scott Burrows From the architect. The Sunshine Beach House explores the coastal aesthetic through the use of greying timbers and natural materials in a bold, but equally eclectic, architectural expression.

Source: Sunshine Beach House / Shaun Lockyer Architects

“The Big Bend” Imagines the World’s Longest Skyscraper for Billionaires’ Row in NYC

…a beautifully bend skyscraper a day…. #architecture #feedly

© ioannis Oikonomou – oiio architecture studio In 2014, midtown Manhattan received its first supertall (taller than 1,000 feet) residential building, Christian de Portzamparc’s One57 . The following year, Rafael Viñoly Architects’ 432 Park Avenue surpassed the mark, confirming the trend of sky-shattering, pencil-thin skyscrapers rising along Central Park’s southern edge.

Source: “The Big Bend” Imagines the World’s Longest Skyscraper for Billionaires’ Row in NYC