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The Sugar Bowl Residence new home design by John Maniscalco Architecture

April 8, 2011 Filed Under: Home Interior Design
The Sugar Bowl Residence new home design by John Maniscalco Architecture

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 roofs, the site conditions dictate design. This new house uses the constraints... 

Tregunter Apartment Playing with Volumes and Perceptions in Hong Kong

April 3, 2011 Filed Under: Apartment Interior
Tregunter Apartment Playing with Volumes and Perceptions in Hong Kong

The project is a renovation of a tower apartment overlooking the Victoria Harbor. Designed by Davidclovers, this amazing crib located in Hong Kong seems to puzzle the senses. Nestled amongst a forest of towers on Old Peak Road above Central Hong Kong, the Tregunter tower holds unique layered views of Victoria Harbour. The abundance of bay windows, structural walls and beams that are common to residential... 

Offices unique by LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design

February 10, 2011 Filed Under: Office Interior
Offices unique by LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design

Alain Lemay and Viateur Michaud got together in 1979 to found LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design, a firm that, to date, has served hundreds of clients across Canada and elsewhere in the world. The challenge? To integrate a touch of modernity into an old building. The LEMAYMICHAUD architects therefore made sure to take advantage of the existing space and its constraints to transform it into a unique place. By...