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Garbage to Homeless Architecture

Garbage to Homeless Architecture | 建築 | Scoop.it
Gregory Kloehn goes dumpster diving, but not for the reason that most people would think. He isn’t homeless. In fact, he is an artist from Oakland that is trying to help the homeless and develop his craft at the same time. Instead of building sculptures that he would sell to rich people to add to their massive homes, he…
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Famous artworks transformed into buildings by Federico Babina

Famous artworks transformed into buildings by Federico Babina | 建築 | Scoop.it
Iconic works from artists including Mondrian, Warhol and Damien Hirst are reinterpreted as cross-sectional drawings of buildings in the Archist series.
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A renovated backyard in a sea of homogenous Japanese homes

A renovated backyard in a sea of homogenous Japanese homes | 建築 | Scoop.it
It’s not an uncommon story in Japanese suburbia: a large plot of land gets bought up by a developer, who slices and dices into 20, sometimes 50 cookie cutter homes that look almost identical. So wa...
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What Gaudí's Sagrada Família Will Look Like in 2026

What Gaudí's Sagrada Família Will Look Like in 2026 | 建築 | Scoop.it
The Sagrada Família, a world-famous Catholic church in Barcelona designed by the late renowned architect Antoni Gaudí, is set to finally complete construction…
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掛在半空的房間增建計畫 – NeM Architectes | KAIAK

掛在半空的房間增建計畫 – NeM Architectes | KAIAK | 建築 | Scoop.it
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Tower House: Architecture that Camouflages into the Tree Canopy

Tower House: Architecture that Camouflages into the Tree Canopy | 建築 | Scoop.it

This small vacation house is designed as a stairway to the treetops.


Keeping the footprint to a minimum so as not to disturb the wooded site, each of the three floors has only one small bedroom and bath, each a tiny private suite. The fourth floor, which contains the living spaces, spreads out from the tower like the surrounding forest canopy, providing views of the lake and mountains in the distance, virtually the entire Catskill Mountain range. The glass-enclosed stair highlights the procession from forest floor to treetop aerie, while the dark green enameled exterior camouflages the house by reflecting the surrounding woods, and dematerializing its form...


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ignaciano13's comment, April 19, 2013 11:30 AM
Ok Muy bonito. ¡Precioso!
Geovanni's curator insight, April 30, 2013 7:01 AM

What an interesting house to take a vacation at. :)

Clem Stanyon's comment, May 14, 2013 5:46 PM
Nice concept, I'm not sure that geometrical shapes are goign to 'blend' with fractal ones, though.
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Classic Architecture Studies

These are some drawings and sketches from my degree of Architecture, in Spain. Indeed, they were done during the classes of the best teacher I’ve ever had: Mr.
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伊豆咖啡書屋IZU BOOK CAFE BY YOSHIHARU TSUKAMOTO AND MOMOYO KAIJIMA

伊豆咖啡書屋IZU BOOK CAFE BY YOSHIHARU TSUKAMOTO AND MOMOYO KAIJIMA | 建築 | Scoop.it
當主人退休後,決定在搬家到伊豆(Izu)著名的溫泉度假村區。他們打算在這裡建造一座咖啡廳兼書屋,讓這裡的鄰居或…
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Chiyodanomori Dental Clinic by Hironaka Ogawa

Chiyodanomori Dental Clinic by Hironaka Ogawa | 建築 | Scoop.it
Dental clinic in Gunma, Japan, by Hironaka Ogawa, with an uncompromising grid of square rooms and courtyards.
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Edgeland Residence by Bercy Chen Studio

Edgeland Residence by Bercy Chen Studio | 建築 | Scoop.it

Bercy Chen Studio have designed the Edgeland Residence on the shores of the Colorado River.

 

Located on a rehabilitated brownfield site, the project is a modern re-interpretation of one of the oldest housing typologies in North America, the Native American Pit House. The Pit House, typically sunken, takes advantage of the earth’s mass to maintain thermal comfort throughout the year.

Edgeland Residence’s relationship to the landscape both in terms of approach as well as building performance involves an insulative green roof and a 7-foot excavation – gaining benefits from the earth’s mass to help it stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Such an architectural setting presents an opportunity for maximum energy efficiency when combined with high performance systems such as the integrated hydronic HVAC system...


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ParadigmGallery's comment, February 18, 2013 8:26 AM
Wow...great piece...so much light and beautiful architectural details...plus the green details and efficiency of the "underground" factor...
ParadigmGallery's curator insight, February 18, 2013 1:38 PM

Typically I have focused on large commercial architecture. Today I am sharing this great scoop from our friend Lauren Moss. The architects are Bercy Chen Studio LP based in Austin, Texas.


Thomas is from Belgium and Calvin is from Taiwan by way of Australia; the partners’ European and Asian backgrounds form a design philosophy of unique perspectives. The work is influenced by vernacular precedents from various cultures- whether Islamic, Indian, African or pre-columbian, while maintaining respect for the particular contemporary contextual conditions.

http://bcarc.com/Page/about

 

After you view this project I am certain you too will be impressed. What stands out from a visual perspective is the light and angles of the home... then all the details of the energy efficiency....have a read and see and do leave comments....

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houses in houses Archives - Dezeen

houses in houses Archives - Dezeen | 建築 | Scoop.it
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驚人的全玻璃透明房屋 - Santambrogio on KAIAK LIFE | 生活美學的新態度

驚人的全玻璃透明房屋 - Santambrogio on KAIAK LIFE | 生活美學的新態度 | 建築 | Scoop.it
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Herwig Photo » Soviet Bus Stops

Herwig Photo » Soviet Bus Stops | 建築 | Scoop.it
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漂浮旅館!感受海中一夜的奇幻漂流 | 生活童話 - 讀創意 & 買創意 - 生活 都該有個童話

漂浮旅館!感受海中一夜的奇幻漂流 | 生活童話 - 讀創意 & 買創意 - 生活  都該有個童話 | 建築 | Scoop.it
奔巴島 ( Pemba Island),是東非坦尚尼亞在印度洋中的一個島嶼,奔巴除了是世界丁香的主要產區,故有香料之島的美名之外,世外桃源般的海島美景也是一個絕佳的渡假勝地。當地旅館業者The Manta Resort在本月創造了一個獨特的海洋住宿體驗,讓遊客有機會在旅宿的過程中能親密的接近大自然。
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Dynamic Modern Superyachts by Zaha Hadid

Dynamic Modern Superyachts by Zaha Hadid | 建築 | Scoop.it
In collaboration with Hamburg-based shipbuilders Blohm+Voss, world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid has revealed a design project to create six different superya…
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kaleidoscopic architectural compositions by cory stevens - designboom | architecture & design magazine

kaleidoscopic architectural compositions by cory stevens - designboom | architecture & design magazine | 建築 | Scoop.it
photographer cory stevens creates abstract architectural compositions in his series of fractal-like images 'deconstructed. reimagined.'
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擁抱山林的環保渡假木屋 – Robin Falck | KAIAK

擁抱山林的環保渡假木屋 – Robin Falck | KAIAK | 建築 | Scoop.it
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New Zealand retreat by Fearon Hay Architects

New Zealand retreat by Fearon Hay Architects | 建築 | Scoop.it

Conceived as a camp, this luxury family retreat was designed by Fearon Hay Architects as an arrangement of freestanding structures around a courtyard, set in a saddle above Matiatia Bay on Waiheke Island in New Zealand.

Care had to be taken to reduce exposure of the home to high winds; natural undulations of the saddle have been subtly emphasized to form a protective setting for three structures, comprising living, sleeping and studio areas. Retractable glass panels and perforated aluminium screens offer variations of enclosure to the living and sleeping spaces. The raw and robust materials are countered by the placement of fires, the invitation of leather cushioning around a sunken sitting area and the use of linen fabrics and oiled natural timber throughout the spaces.


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33 個在世界上最美麗的荒涼廢墟

33 個在世界上最美麗的荒涼廢墟 | 建築 | Scoop.it
廢墟一直有種很奇怪的吸引力,在進入一個廢棄的遊樂場、社區或是某個曾經熱鬧過的地方,彷彿可以從種種跡象中,看到過往的歡樂,不管是因為天災而無法繼續使用的建築,還是單純年久失修的住宅,每每看到聽到有關廢...
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有系統收納功能的清水模

有系統收納功能的清水模 | 建築 | Scoop.it
喜歡簡約設計的朋友,對清水模一定印象深刻,也知道安藤忠雄大師可以把清水模做到藝術品的境界,但是你知道清水模可以收納嗎?來自日本的設計公司 TORAFU ARCHITECTS 創新地把清水模板間距拉大...
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Minimalism & Playfulness Define a Contemporary Shipping Container Residence

Minimalism & Playfulness Define a Contemporary Shipping Container Residence | 建築 | Scoop.it

The WFH House in China, designed by Copenhagen-based studio, Arcgency is a contemporary design, constructed of three stacked shipping containers.

 

The house surrounded by lush vegetation  ”was designed to produce more energy than it consumes through the use of upcycled shipping containers as a steel frame, a sustainable bamboo facade, a rainwater collection system, solar cell-clad green roof and permeable paving.”

The interior is neat, dressed up in impeccable white, yet with splashes of color here and there. The main floor is envisioned as one singular space that accommodates the kitchen, dining area and the living room. The main advantage is that, this type of space delimitation allows a seamless transition between the indoor environments...


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Immotopic's curator insight, March 4, 2013 1:06 AM

Le moins c'est le mieux*

Immotopic's comment, March 4, 2013 1:07 AM
Less is better*
Natalie Curtis's curator insight, March 6, 2013 6:18 AM

The WFH House is a perfect example of my inspiration for my Architecture Repurposing topic... it's sustainable, energy-efficient and innovative. It is a elegant representation of repurposing materials to be used in creative and intelligent alternate spacial use and design. The interior design is just as seamless and minimalistic as the outside and creates an open feel, as well. If you're at all curious about how the masterminds behind shipping container homes, do what they do, you'll find this blog interesting. The small array of pictures goes from the finished product all the way down the skeleton of the home and it's really quite fascinating to see the actual raw, industrial looking shipping containers being transformed into a modern, minimalistic and elegant home. 

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The ABC of Architects

This work is an alphabetical list of the most important architects with their best known building. A lot of them have been left out with grief because we only…
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Low-Energy Bamboo House Blends into the Belgian Forest

Low-Energy Bamboo House Blends into the Belgian Forest | 建築 | Scoop.it

With amenities such as a heat pump, radiant heating, rainwater collection and high-performance insulation, this modern bamboo-clad house by Belgian design firm AST 77 is as energy efficient as it is attractive.

 

Upending the stereotypical image of the flat countryside of Flanders, a new low energy house mixes modernism and organic materials to blend into a steep, forested hillside near Rotselaar, Belgium.

The chief exterior materials of are bamboo poles lined up in precise rows along the rectangular 86-foot-long steel-frame box, broken up by a series of square windows positioned for natural ventilation and passive solar.The overall visual effect is reminiscent of a tree trunk rising out of the hilly terrain...


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Real Hidden Earth House Oasis in Switzerland - My Modern Metropolis

Real Hidden Earth House Oasis in Switzerland - My Modern Metropolis | 建築 | Scoop.it
If you've ever wanted to live inside a home that is blanketed by the earth, look no further than Switzerland-based architect Peter Vetsch's Earth Houses.
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