Showing results 1 - 6 of 14 for the search term: village.
The sofa plays such a central part in home life that it’s definitely best to make it extra-large, like the fabulous Plaza sofa from Swan! Superb Italian style made to last, the Plaza sofa is designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. Plaza is an urban locus turned domestic. The wooden structure of this sofa defines [...]
She created the design of the house herself. This house is located in a village and is full of fantastic vintage things. This house was designed by the mother of the twins Shep and Georgia for her own family. Simple wooden walls, furniture, floor and ceiling were made to highlight that this space is in [...]
Villager 8 was designed by Rowland + Broughton Architecture and is located in Aspen, Colorado. The complete renovation of the space gave the chance to test out new sustainable concepts and materials. Walls are insulated with recycled denim and FSC certified lumber is used for framing. Wood floors and mill- work throughout is created with [...]
The design of this new home in the old village at Sugar Bowl is entirely a product of its dramatic environment. John Maniscalco Architecture have designed the Sugar Bowl residence in Norden, California. With a snow pack of as much as 8-9 feet, massive snow loads, and dangerous shear snow blocks dropping from typical sloped [...]
Hughes Condon Marler Architects have designed an imposing library in Whistler, BC, Canada. A project that has a lot to offer, both in terms of knowledge and architecture, the Whistler public library is an energy efficient building, answering to its site challenges. From the project’s beginning, the 15,000 sq. ft. library aspired to connect the [...]
Kazuya Morita Architecture have completed the Pentagonal House in Tsushima city, Japan. Think about roofs, we can say it is another landscape, which is created from where the architecture would build. If we start designing architecture from thinking about roofs as meta-technology, we have chance to deliver another technology for making roofs to be better [...]