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OM House

OM House

Photo: Sou-fujimoto,Iwan Baan

Three-floor house with open layout was placed on very small plot. The mass hides courtyard and connect interior with exterior in several different levels.

Read House Near Oslo

Read House Near Oslo

Photo: Nils Petter Dale,JVA

On the steep plot, in the middle of the garden full of trees, placed perpendicularly to the slope, drawing attention to itself by gaudy colour - this is where the modest wooden house is situated. Lively exterior is in the direct contrast with soft interior in white and light wood. There is a living area with covered terrace in the first floor and bedrooms in the ground floor.

Growing House Garoza

Growing House Garoza

Photo: Javier Callejas,Herrerosarquitectos

Project of industrially manufactured prototype allows to enlarge house with other modules. Sizes of the modules fullfil common requirements for transport (3m width, 2,5m height, 12m length). The house is delivered completely with interior straight to the plot, only the last layer of the facade and roof is mounted in the site.

House Close to Nature Reserve Jiesia

House Close to Nature Reserve Jiesia

Photo: G.Česonis;G.Natkevicius ir partneriai

The house for four-members family lays on the hill with beautifull view. The surrounding nature is part of interior thanks to large glazing. 

Pizzería Tío Tomate

Pizzería Tío Tomate

Photo: Josef Navas a Simplestudio

The aim was to reconstruct the old shop. Thanks to limited buged the original volume of the house was kept and beams were used again.

Mini Weekend House

Mini Weekend House

Photo: Marcello Mariana, ec2

Small wooden house fits between two existing buildings in Italian Alps. This is a place for weekends and escapes from city. The house is inconspicuous from outside - with cladding from silver wood, interior is also wooden with wood in warm colours.

House on the Norwegian Cost - Vardehaugen

House on the Norwegian Cost - Vardehaugen

Small house situated between the mouth of the fjord Grottingen and peninsula Fosen lays 35m above the sea level. The house on the low rocky ridge has panoramatic view to rough northen landscape. The window of the living room is directed to the sea and at the same time, the right position allows to get sunbeam to the interior all the day. Black skewed cladding from impregnated pine reduces wind gusts. Architects had visited place during all the year and had researched local weather conditions.