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Forward-Thinking Family House with Volumes Integrated | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Forward-Thinking Family House with Volumes Integrated | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | 大C | Scoop.it

Masahiko Sato, the architect of Architect Show has defined the K5 house, in Kurume, Japan. With a futuristic kind of look and incredible high ceilings in one of the wings, K5 is ideal for young families, who are not afraid to embrace asymmetry and volumes, without questioning the architect’s sanity. In contrast to the rural landscape, on Sato’s project is written ” avant-garde” all over. Amazingly young spirited, the house juggles with contrasts of black and white and creates an impact on whoever ends up seeing it. Different angles, the irregularities in terms of volumes, every single element was designed to blend into a forward- thinking type of dwelling.


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Kilmore House: energy-efficient, modular architecture in Australia

Kilmore House: energy-efficient, modular architecture in Australia | 大C | Scoop.it

Kilmore House is a striking home composed as a series of pavilions. Designed by Intermode, the prefab arm of Carr Design, the home is a prototype of the firm's modular, modern home concept. 

The design makes use of efficient prefab construction, solar passive design and rainwater collection while creating a strong connection with the landscape.

 

Located on a 500-acre cattle ranch in Kilmore to the north of Melbourne, the home features floor-to-ceiling glazing that opens to the views and sunlight, while deep overhangs protect the interior from overheating. The home was prefabricated offsite and then assembled and completed in a relatively short time. Passive solar design is combined with renewable timber resources, extensive water storage, high performance walls, roof and glazing systems to create an efficient home. While definitely on the higher end of the prefab market, Intermode’s goal is to build modular home solutions that offer clients elegant, top end design principles at a predictable cost and within a predictable time frame...


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Musink - Free notation software; Free composition software

Musink - Free notation software; Free composition software | 大C | Scoop.it
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