The 200m2 syshaus house brings a new concept for contemporary living, where efficiency, practicality and sustainability are not only ideal, but also effective practices.
This unique 4,200 square foot Mercer Island modern retreat embodies tranquility and embraces the exterior environment, including water, sky and nature.
This Australian contemporary house is located in a bushfire prone area and responds to the potential direct fire threat by providing a solid (fire-rated) interface in that location.
The floor plan of the house can be described as a letter T inscribed into an irregular quadrangle with one rounded corner, which is a shape given by the site. In the northern part of the house there is an entrance hall with cloakroom, garage and utility room.
The Alpine Terrace house is a cluster of simple blackened buildings set around a courtyard. The cluster is sited on a sloping terrace surrounded by mountain ranges overlooking the Wakatipu Basin in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.
Armadale Penthouse was recently completed by Pleysier Perkins Architects for a young family with three children. A simple palette of timber, natural stone and soft whites and greys creates a warm and relaxed environment to the penthouse addition