…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
Of course present at the yearly Medica conference. Always interesting and massive number of people here. Started the morning with an #EUregio meeting. Later today meeting NRW and Paris France.
Only the lonely at the office. Lots of work to be done so quickly back to the grindstone. Lots of familiar faces. Not everybody though. Too bad.
What a great story teller…
Every year( has it been that long) we try to get together…#mibarrio
…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