The clients, both avid cyclists and nature enthusiasts, sought to create a modestly scaled single-floor house that supports their active lifestyle and personal interests while quietly engaging with the ravined site.
The ” House for a Daughter ” is divided into two zones. Reserved for the daughter, the back of the house consists of a connected bedroom and study that occupies two floors, while the front part of the house comprises bedrooms for her parents and brother.
Taula House is a single-family residence designed for a multi-generational family in the Preston Hollow Neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. The name “Taula” House is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “Balance.”
The family who built this home wanted to create a relaxing, embracing environment which, while providing a view to the surrounding green, pastoral landscapes, manages to maintain a sense of privacy.
PROJECT #4 is a multi-generational tropical bungalow in an exclusive residential enclave, of 106 semi-detached houses and 3 bungalows, in Central Singapore.
The Creek House project consists of the renovation and addition to a 1950s post and beam house situated within an established forest creekside environment in West Vancouver. Two creeks flow between large mature cedar trees and native plant species …