This IHC Architects designed High-end villa is built on one of the most beautiful places on the island of Curacao. The lot is situated on the slopes of a rocky mountain. It is just a perfect place to start the day and enjoy the views
In 2021 GetAway Projects BV found a long, narrow and uninviting plot with a shack on it that had been decaying there for years in Gelderland, The Netherlands. The perfect spot for what became Gorssel Pool House
VISIOARQ present QL House, in Portugal. The project was an exercise in balancing volumes and landscape integration. The articulation of two superimposed and perpendicular volumes generated different visual relationships between full and empty, between light and dark.
Casa de Lavra in Porto, Portugal, is the reflection of the relation that Ricardo Azevedo Arquitecto’s architecture can create between the space and the client. No house is the same and, in this one in particular, the architect realised that he drew the project “enthusiastically at the site”
Pear Tree House is a self-build project for the practice director Jake Edgley’s own family home in London. It was initiated, designed and contracted by Edgley Design. The house was awarded a RIBA London award 2015 and shortlisted for the Stephen Lawrence Prize the same year
MAP Architecture’s Multigenerational Home on Longton Avenue is a sustainable retrofit project for a multi-generational residential home with a central focus on design for wellbeing in London. The main aim was to bring together three generations in the same space in a way that promotes a healthy lifestyle
KitKat House is a beachside retreat in Kuwait, built for an extended family and their guests by AlHumaidhi Architects. The house is made up of finger-like masses that break and shift in relation to one another, accommodating different functions and creating pockets of greenery
House on the Hill in Surrey, England, is an ambitious residential extension and refurbishment, by Urban Projects Bureau, inspired by Arts and Crafts houses. Sitting on a hillside overlooking Guildford, the existing 1930s house was in need of extensive renovation and refurbishment to make it live-able for a growing family