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CCB Paineiras |
Design by Gálvez & Márton Arquitetura |
Photo by Paula Monroy ©
Located Quinta da Baronesa, Brazil📍
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This residence designed by Gálvez & Márton Arquitetura, is located on a generous site and has an extensive leisure program, such as swimming pool, games room, sauna, rest room, spa and gourmet area. The house has 6 suites, living and dining areas, gourmet area, covered porch, gym, sauna, swimming pool with spa, home theater, extensive service area, 4 car garage and caretaker's house. Approximate area of ​​1200 m², including pool area and spa. It is a raised ground level house with generous eaves to protect from high solar incidence. Living and dining areas integrated with the covered porch and gourmet area, allowing generous spaces to receive friends and family. Gym, swimming pool, spa, sauna and integrated massage room with a view of the landscape. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited .

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2019-01-21 23:46

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CCB Paineiras | Design by Gálvez & Márton Arquitetura | Photo by Paula Monroy © Located Quinta da Baronesa, Brazil📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . This residence designed by Gálvez & Márton Arquitetura, is located on a generous site and has an extensive leisure program, such as swimming pool, games room, sauna, rest room, spa and gourmet area. The house has 6 suites, living and dining areas, gourmet area, covered porch, gym, sauna, swimming pool with spa, home theater, extensive service area, 4 car garage and caretaker's house. Approximate area of ​​1200 m², including pool area and spa. It is a raised ground level house with generous eaves to protect from high solar incidence. Living and dining areas integrated with the covered porch and gourmet area, allowing generous spaces to receive friends and family. Gym, swimming pool, spa, sauna and integrated massage room with a view of the landscape. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited . Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Shoreham House |
Design by Tim Spicer Architects |
Photo by Willem Dirk ©
Located Shoreham, Australia📍
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The existing house located in the leafy surrounds of Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, was originally designed by British Architect Hugh Tuffley in the early 2000’s. The renovation and addition needed a sensitive, well considered approach to create unity between the old and the new, without an obvious signature of new Architects. The design intent was to update what was already a beautiful house, yet make it feel like it had all been built at the same time. To achieve this, the Architects took inspiration from the timeless clean lines of the existing form and detailing, as well as using and expanding on the existing colour palette and materials both inside and out. The new form took these cues and gave them a contemporary twist. Despite being located on a large leafy block, the existing building did not take full advantage of its lush surrounds and the garden, while having great potential, was in need of rejuvenation. The design included additional windows to the existing areas to connect them to the garden, while the new areas utilize large glazed doors and windows that opened up onto the newly landscaped gardens. This was particularly important at the junction between the old and new building, where a glazed bridge walkway was designed to connect the two areas, creating a lush sun-filled courtyard garden between the master and the guest wing. The landscaping was designed to nestle the building into the landscape, the meandering paths connecting the internal spaces with the outside. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited
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2019-01-21 11:51

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Shoreham House | Design by Tim Spicer Architects | Photo by Willem Dirk © Located Shoreham, Australia📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The existing house located in the leafy surrounds of Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, was originally designed by British Architect Hugh Tuffley in the early 2000’s. The renovation and addition needed a sensitive, well considered approach to create unity between the old and the new, without an obvious signature of new Architects. The design intent was to update what was already a beautiful house, yet make it feel like it had all been built at the same time. To achieve this, the Architects took inspiration from the timeless clean lines of the existing form and detailing, as well as using and expanding on the existing colour palette and materials both inside and out. The new form took these cues and gave them a contemporary twist. Despite being located on a large leafy block, the existing building did not take full advantage of its lush surrounds and the garden, while having great potential, was in need of rejuvenation. The design included additional windows to the existing areas to connect them to the garden, while the new areas utilize large glazed doors and windows that opened up onto the newly landscaped gardens. This was particularly important at the junction between the old and new building, where a glazed bridge walkway was designed to connect the two areas, creating a lush sun-filled courtyard garden between the master and the guest wing. The landscaping was designed to nestle the building into the landscape, the meandering paths connecting the internal spaces with the outside. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited . Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmil

Constant Springs Residence |
Design by @alterstudio Architecture |
Photo by Casey Dunn ©
Located Austin, United States 📍
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The opportunity to live simultaneously in the center of the city and in an isolated refuge presented a powerful circumstance for this family of four. Within a very ordinary neighborhood, this home is oriented to take maximum advantage of the unexpected escarpment, creek and natural views offered at the rear of the property. An unmitigated roof defines a precinct for living and creates continuity throughout the property while a delicate custom-glazed window wall, accentuated by monolithic corner glazing, connects the interior to the outdoors. Inhabitation is here defined between a lush front courtyard and a dynamic expanse of nature behind. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited .

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2019-01-21 01:55

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Constant Springs Residence | Design by @alterstudio Architecture | Photo by Casey Dunn © Located Austin, United States 📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The opportunity to live simultaneously in the center of the city and in an isolated refuge presented a powerful circumstance for this family of four. Within a very ordinary neighborhood, this home is oriented to take maximum advantage of the unexpected escarpment, creek and natural views offered at the rear of the property. An unmitigated roof defines a precinct for living and creates continuity throughout the property while a delicate custom-glazed window wall, accentuated by monolithic corner glazing, connects the interior to the outdoors. Inhabitation is here defined between a lush front courtyard and a dynamic expanse of nature behind. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited . Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Villa F |
Design by @christophhessearchitects |
Located Medebach, Germany📍
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The “off-the-grid” house in the central highlands of Germany. One day the client walked into our office and said: "Christoph, I would like to have a round house". The client of Villa F has an agricultural background, together with his father, he is a pioneer in the field of the biogas technology in Germany. The main reasons for him to aspire the round form was the fact that from an energy efficient point of view the surface/volume proportion should be ideal. Additionally, he loves the fundamental atmosphere of the space. Energy efficiency and protection of the environment are the main elements of the design. The supply and disposal of the building are due to the biogas system self-sufficiently-therefore ‘‘off-the-grid’’. Biogas has gained enormous traction in recent years, as biomass from forestry, agriculture and waste is used in a bioenergy village to generate electricity and heat. At the global scale, its substantial energy content could reduce the dependence on fossil fuels.

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2019-01-20 19:56

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Villa F | Design by @christophhessearchitects | Located Medebach, Germany📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The “off-the-grid” house in the central highlands of Germany. One day the client walked into our office and said: "Christoph, I would like to have a round house". The client of Villa F has an agricultural background, together with his father, he is a pioneer in the field of the biogas technology in Germany. The main reasons for him to aspire the round form was the fact that from an energy efficient point of view the surface/volume proportion should be ideal. Additionally, he loves the fundamental atmosphere of the space. Energy efficiency and protection of the environment are the main elements of the design. The supply and disposal of the building are due to the biogas system self-sufficiently-therefore ‘‘off-the-grid’’. Biogas has gained enormous traction in recent years, as biomass from forestry, agriculture and waste is used in a bioenergy village to generate electricity and heat. At the global scale, its substantial energy content could reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Kambra |
Design by Lucija Penko + Medprostor d.o.o. |
Photo by Janez Marolt ©
Located Slovenia📍
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The project is located in the Karst region of Slovenia, where the climate is Mediterranean and the landscape rocky and dry, covered only by endless stretches of vine and pine tree forests. The old abandoned barn stands in the centre of a small village, its walls curving along the narrow road between the cluster of houses. It appears to have grown out of a rock, facing South-West onto an enclosed garden and over the hills above the city of Trieste. The refurbishment of the house was approached with thoughtfulness and care, trying to keep as many of the original elements as possible; the stone window and door frames, the oak roof structure, the washed-out facade render and all the ironmongery additions revealing that it was once a home to a cow called Sivka (Lavender). We gave the place a name as well; Kambra, which is the local vernacular word for a multi/purpose room in the ground floor of the traditional Karst house.

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2019-01-18 14:24

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Kambra | Design by Lucija Penko + Medprostor d.o.o. | Photo by Janez Marolt © Located Slovenia📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The project is located in the Karst region of Slovenia, where the climate is Mediterranean and the landscape rocky and dry, covered only by endless stretches of vine and pine tree forests. The old abandoned barn stands in the centre of a small village, its walls curving along the narrow road between the cluster of houses. It appears to have grown out of a rock, facing South-West onto an enclosed garden and over the hills above the city of Trieste. The refurbishment of the house was approached with thoughtfulness and care, trying to keep as many of the original elements as possible; the stone window and door frames, the oak roof structure, the washed-out facade render and all the ironmongery additions revealing that it was once a home to a cow called Sivka (Lavender). We gave the place a name as well; Kambra, which is the local vernacular word for a multi/purpose room in the ground floor of the traditional Karst house. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Organic House |
Design by Javier Senosiain |
Located Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico📍
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The original idea of the project took its simile from a peanut shell: two wide oval spaces with lots of light, united by a space in low and narrow gloom. This proposal arose based on the requirements of the elementary functions of man: a space to live together, with room, dining room and kitchen and another to sleep, with dressing room and bathroom. The original concept is defined in two large spaces: one day and one night, looking for the feeling that inside the person will enter the land, that was aware of the uniqueness of this space without losing integration with the exterior green areas.

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2019-01-17 11:29

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Organic House | Design by Javier Senosiain | Located Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The original idea of the project took its simile from a peanut shell: two wide oval spaces with lots of light, united by a space in low and narrow gloom. This proposal arose based on the requirements of the elementary functions of man: a space to live together, with room, dining room and kitchen and another to sleep, with dressing room and bathroom. The original concept is defined in two large spaces: one day and one night, looking for the feeling that inside the person will enter the land, that was aware of the uniqueness of this space without losing integration with the exterior green areas. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Xolotl House |
Design by Punto Arquitectónico |
Photo by Tamara Uribe ©
Located Merida, Mexico📍
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Casa Xólotl site is in a building within the historic center of Mérida`s city. Located in a not crowded street, the Main facade faces the street containing a house dedicated for resting, which overturns and contains the visuals inside it. The Project arises in a 100m2 pre-existing old house, composed of 3 main bays (social area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom). Enclosed by a plot of ten by twenty-two meters. The new program must had to accommodate a social area with terrace, a pool and 2 bedroom each one with its own bathroom. The main access to the property is located at the right extreme of the first bay, which develops through a lobby that serves as a pause between urban reality and the serene interior environment. The rest of the bay had enough space to develop a bedroom with an internal bathroom. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited .

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2019-01-15 15:49

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Xolotl House | Design by Punto Arquitectónico | Photo by Tamara Uribe © Located Merida, Mexico📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . Casa Xólotl site is in a building within the historic center of Mérida`s city. Located in a not crowded street, the Main facade faces the street containing a house dedicated for resting, which overturns and contains the visuals inside it. The Project arises in a 100m2 pre-existing old house, composed of 3 main bays (social area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom). Enclosed by a plot of ten by twenty-two meters. The new program must had to accommodate a social area with terrace, a pool and 2 bedroom each one with its own bathroom. The main access to the property is located at the right extreme of the first bay, which develops through a lobby that serves as a pause between urban reality and the serene interior environment. The rest of the bay had enough space to develop a bedroom with an internal bathroom. #architecturegram #architecture_best #archi_unlimited . Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

House in Caiobá |
Design by Aleph Zero |
Photo by Pedro Kok ©
Located Matinhos, Brazil📍
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A few blocks away from the sea, a dead-end street surrounded by dense coastal vegetation, goes in through the lot`s ground up to the limit of its furthermost wall. A sequence of spaces, at times covered at times uncovered, marks the rhythm of this route and dissolves the distinction between inside and outside. The continuous gaze is interrupted only by prisms covered in corten steel – a living mineral, almost vegetal in its metamorphosis by oxidation - which has functions of support to the house’s social spaces. Four meters above, containing private functions, another prism floats, white as the walls of the colonial house, but effusively perforated, excavated, so as to let in all the way to the soil and to its own interior, the sunlight, the views of the mountains and the surrounding vegetation.

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2019-01-14 12:01

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House in Caiobá | Design by Aleph Zero | Photo by Pedro Kok © Located Matinhos, Brazil📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . A few blocks away from the sea, a dead-end street surrounded by dense coastal vegetation, goes in through the lot`s ground up to the limit of its furthermost wall. A sequence of spaces, at times covered at times uncovered, marks the rhythm of this route and dissolves the distinction between inside and outside. The continuous gaze is interrupted only by prisms covered in corten steel – a living mineral, almost vegetal in its metamorphosis by oxidation - which has functions of support to the house’s social spaces. Four meters above, containing private functions, another prism floats, white as the walls of the colonial house, but effusively perforated, excavated, so as to let in all the way to the soil and to its own interior, the sunlight, the views of the mountains and the surrounding vegetation. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

House in Villamaría |
Design by Angela Alvarez |
Located Villamaría, Colombia📍
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This weekend house is located 20 minutes from the township of Villamaría, in Alto Arroyo village. The landscape is defined by majestic mountains that frame the extensive view to the west of Caldas, a famous canvas for the emblematic sunsets of Manizales. The particular characteristics of the landscape and the topographic conditions, suggest locating the home on a natural podium, which in addition to configuring a landscape lookout, ensures visual control of the productive activities of the property.

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2019-01-11 11:26

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House in Villamaría | Design by Angela Alvarez | Located Villamaría, Colombia📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . This weekend house is located 20 minutes from the township of Villamaría, in Alto Arroyo village. The landscape is defined by majestic mountains that frame the extensive view to the west of Caldas, a famous canvas for the emblematic sunsets of Manizales. The particular characteristics of the landscape and the topographic conditions, suggest locating the home on a natural podium, which in addition to configuring a landscape lookout, ensures visual control of the productive activities of the property. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Balmoral House |
Design by Jaime Rendon Arquitectos |
Photo by Sergio Gomez ©
Located Medellín, Colombia📍
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The spatiality of the project was born from the resolution of the section of the house with the land of 35% slope. We interpret that access to the project should be by the lowest point of the lot with respect to the route of the subdivision; from there a first volume was born that contains the entire service area of the house and the main access as Zaguán. The project's staircase connects the entrance hall with the main volume of the house through a central patio that is permeated by the nature of the place. The act of going up and down inside is also a constant experience between inside and outside; between the place and the architecture; between the rain, the serene, the light and the space.

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2019-01-05 12:14

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Balmoral House | Design by Jaime Rendon Arquitectos | Photo by Sergio Gomez © Located Medellín, Colombia📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The spatiality of the project was born from the resolution of the section of the house with the land of 35% slope. We interpret that access to the project should be by the lowest point of the lot with respect to the route of the subdivision; from there a first volume was born that contains the entire service area of the house and the main access as Zaguán. The project's staircase connects the entrance hall with the main volume of the house through a central patio that is permeated by the nature of the place. The act of going up and down inside is also a constant experience between inside and outside; between the place and the architecture; between the rain, the serene, the light and the space. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Bugatti House |
Design by A4estudio |
Photo by Arq Luis Abba ©
Located Mendoza, Argentina📍
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The house’s locate in a private neighborhood to west of Mendoza city in direct relation with piedmont and far views to the city. The terrain of 20 meters front and 50 meters long has exit at two streets to north and south. The most determinant at the moment to define project was the program, the family is constitute for a marriage with one daughter, who is single mother, has difficulties to walk and in turn twins of five years old.

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2019-01-04 13:48

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Bugatti House | Design by A4estudio | Photo by Arq Luis Abba © Located Mendoza, Argentina📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . The house’s locate in a private neighborhood to west of Mendoza city in direct relation with piedmont and far views to the city. The terrain of 20 meters front and 50 meters long has exit at two streets to north and south. The most determinant at the moment to define project was the program, the family is constitute for a marriage with one daughter, who is single mother, has difficulties to walk and in turn twins of five years old. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

Oasis House |
Design by Esquadra Arquitetos + Yi Arquitetos |
Photo by Joana França ©
Located SMPW, Brazil📍
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Situated in a 27,000 sqm lot, within a small gated community of 8 lots, this project has the premise of striking a balance between integrating the neighborhood and the maintenance of the dwellers’ privacy. For this reason, a courtyard connects the 3 blocks that constitute the plan. To the east, the bedrooms; to the west the BBQ grill, to the north the living room, and to the south the courtyard, which opens itself to the cerrado forest, a green area of another 2.500 sqm. A one-story house, the structure has a mezzanine modeled to a room for watching television, from which the street, the swimming pool, and the high ceiling living room can be seen. In order to define the relationship between the central block and the lateral blocks, a roof covering with large overhangs which highlights a veneer of laminate wood, and a metallic contour finish was conceived. In addition, stones of rustic marble cover the stairway tower, and a water reservoir, and large wooden brise-soleils, a water pond turned into a mirror by a black bottom, and the prevalent green from the landscape are features of this structure. All these elements define an architectonic object with its specific significant when the house is viewed from the outside.

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2019-01-03 11:40

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Oasis House | Design by Esquadra Arquitetos + Yi Arquitetos | Photo by Joana França © Located SMPW, Brazil📍 . Click that ‘follow’ button for your daily dose of modern from @habitat.theory . Situated in a 27,000 sqm lot, within a small gated community of 8 lots, this project has the premise of striking a balance between integrating the neighborhood and the maintenance of the dwellers’ privacy. For this reason, a courtyard connects the 3 blocks that constitute the plan. To the east, the bedrooms; to the west the BBQ grill, to the north the living room, and to the south the courtyard, which opens itself to the cerrado forest, a green area of another 2.500 sqm. A one-story house, the structure has a mezzanine modeled to a room for watching television, from which the street, the swimming pool, and the high ceiling living room can be seen. In order to define the relationship between the central block and the lateral blocks, a roof covering with large overhangs which highlights a veneer of laminate wood, and a metallic contour finish was conceived. In addition, stones of rustic marble cover the stairway tower, and a water reservoir, and large wooden brise-soleils, a water pond turned into a mirror by a black bottom, and the prevalent green from the landscape are features of this structure. All these elements define an architectonic object with its specific significant when the house is viewed from the outside. Other accounts you might like: @archdigest @dwellmagazine @designmilk @designboom @dezeen @architecture_hunter @d.signers @wallpapermag @architizer

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