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Extension to the Rural House

Extension to the Rural House

Photo: Wim Goes Architectuur

Wooden extension of the house partially extends above the water surface of the pond. The facade consits of vertical wooden strips, which are underlayed by glass in some places. 

Black House

Black House

Photo: Johannes Norlander Arkitektur AB

Complete reconstruction of cottage from 1950. The interior of the cottage is cladded with beautiful brushed pine. The exterior is simple - facade cladded with wood, which is impregnated with tar.

Housing in Kurzeme

Housing in Kurzeme

Photo: Gatis Rozenfelds,NRJA

A complex of buildings for housing surounds stone courtyard and is a centre of whole complex including guest house, sauna or sport failities. The aim was to create a young traditional community with elements of comfortable and active life.  Buildings are cladded with wooden boards which is in contrast with white polycarbonate facade of garages.

House with Facade without Windows

House with Facade without Windows

Photo: Aires Mateus

Simple clear volume from outside and sofisticated home from inside - this is project of house in Portugal. Bedrooms are embed under ground and lit by the opening in the ground - small atriums. The part above the ground is lit through the core of the house which is cut out.

House with Movable Roof

House with Movable Roof

London architects designed linear house with movable roof and walls. Building envelope weights 20t and is 28m long. The owner can cover or uncover residental glass part of the house, so they can enjoy open-air bathroom, shelter for motorbikes or shaded terrace. The facade can be simple changed during 6 minutes.

House Wrapped in Wavy Eternit

House Wrapped in Wavy Eternit

Photo: Bearth + Deplazes

Classic form of the house is deformated by the giant dormer. The facade from wavy boards makes house totally different from surrounding development. 

House in the Coat from Eternit

House in the Coat from Eternit

Photo: Peter Tillessen

Simple clear form - rectangular layout, two-floor mass, sloping roof with small slope. The house is due to near stream lifted up on 70cm high platform, which forms terrace in the south part of the house. Whole house is wrapped in eternit boards resembling wooden cladding.

Montblanc House

Montblanc House

Photo: Studio Velocity

The house bordered with three buildings in the neighbor is equipped with "pockets", which keep the privacy and offer view to the mountains - despite confined space.