Enough House

enough house

Nova Scotia, Canada – MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Project Year:     2015 Developed Area :     64.81 m2 ( 700.0 ft2 ) Photographs:     William Green, James Brittain Located on the Atlantic coast, the surrounding farm is built by the sea on the historic ruins of Nova Scotia, Canada. This house was built within structures […]

There’s a Doppelgänger in France

Saint-Molf, France – KARST architecture Project Year :     2016 Developed Area :     40.0 m2 ( 432 ft2 ) Photographs :     Amélie Labourdette This house built with wood wanted to mimic the ancient traditional houses made of stone and cob wall. Hence, it’s named the Doppelgänger as its characteristics follow the […]

Refuge in Malalcahuello

Isolated from but connected with the view and the environment

Malalcahuello  Chile  –  mc2 Arquitectos Built area:     50 m2 Construction materials:     Pine and glass Year Built:     2013 A wall of glass and the soft hues of natural pine combine to create glowing visual and physical warmth in the midst of snow! Situated in the ski resort area of Corralco, […]

Pilar House

Buenos Aires, Argentina  –  FILM-OBRAS DE ARQUITECTURA Built area:     105.0 m2 Year built:     2009 Brick, brick and more brick! All internal and external walls as well as the ceiling of this home are exposed brickwork. At first glance, the structure looks more like a school building than a home. One half […]

Tilt Roof House

Jipyeong-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea – BCHO Architects   Project Year :     2014 Developed Area :     161.78 m2 ( 1747.22 Sq ft2 ) Photographs :     Sergio Pirrone Sometimes, we see things in the most unexpected places. This home, for example, appears to be embedded in the ground when viewed from […]

A small residence in Hawthorn

Hawthorn VIC, Australia – Alexandra Buchanan Architecture Project Year :     2015 Photographs :     Itsuka Studio Living close to a city centre inevitably leads to compromise. Hawthorn is an inner city suburb of Melbourne that was developed in the late 19th century. Blocks are small and the houses compact. The owners wanted the […]

The Big Little House

Fitzroy North VIC, Australia – Nic Owen Architects  Project Year :     2013 Developed Area :     155.0 sqm ( 1674 Sq ft2 ) Photographs :     Christine Francis A traditional Victorian residence renovated to accommodate the needs of a growing family, the Big Little House pays respect to tradition while keeping functionality in mind. […]

Roof on the Hill

Takarazuka, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan – Alphaville Architects Project Year :     2010 Developed Area :     100.0 sqm ( 1076.39 Sq ft ) Photographs :     Kai Nakamura In true Japanese tradition, the Roof on the Hill is a minimalist structure composed mainly of interconnected rooms. The absence of doors allows for seamless connection, making […]