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Celluloid Jam

Celluloid Jam

Photo: Sergio Pirrone

Futuristic structure in the slope in the middle of traditional japan architecture. The concept is about connectiong of nature with architecture. Whole house consists of adapted Möbius strip. The exterior is separated from the interior by flazing without frames, structure is not concrete but wooden wrapped in laminated sheets.

63.02° - Offices with Living

63.02° - Offices with Living

Photo: Schemata Architecture Office

Narrow house on the minimal plot in dense residental development offers offices for smaller company and an apartment for rent. The interior is original, atypically soluted, austered, from concrete. Tha facade with glazing is roteted by 63.02° to the street, which forms private view to the street.

House M

House M

Photo: Caramel Architekten

The construction with dimensions 12x12m uses all advantages of the plot - is closed to the north and east and open to the south and west, where beautiful views are. The structure consists of prefabricated insulation panels fixed on the concrete base. Smooth shiny facade is from white teflon covered in PVC.

House in Ise

House in Ise

Photo: Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates

Very clear shiny white house consists of two volumes with small atrium and roof terrace in the middle. Street facade is without windows, views throughout large-size glazing are directing to river and landcape.

Villa from Architect in Belgian Loppem

Villa from Architect in Belgian Loppem

Photo: Van Acker

House was designed by architect Van Acker as his own home. This experiment with nearly total glazing of the facade connects the house with the garden. Everything is about private and public spaces. Also the use of south and west sides was considered.

Skibox

Skibox

Photo: Max Núnez, Felipe Camus

Light steel structure with coat from corten and glass stands on a stone podium, which “anchors” the building to the slope in 3000 metres above the ground. Toilets for skiers, mountain rescue office and cafeteria are hidden inside. The stone is from local sources and its raw surface reminds small floes during months with no snow.