Porto Covo is an interior design project for a guesthouse in Porto Covo, Alentejo. The aim of the project is to emphases the characteristics of the place and it relation with the surroundings.
Slipping into a deep coastland shelf, this single-family home brings together multiple textures and design modes: heavy steel; perfectly-oriented wood beams; hand-installed rock walls; expansive glass.
Project: Sonoran Desert House Architects: Rob Paulus Architects Location: Tucson, Arizona Area: 1,837 sq. feet Year 2015 Photographer: Liam Frederick This modern house in the Catalina Mountain foothills responds to topography, program and views to create a residence that is deceptively simple in plan yet layered with experience in sequence and section. Designed for an […]
Marvel Architects designed this weekend house, for year-round use, on Red Creek Road in the town of Southampton, New York. Situated on a 3.64 acre site, the house has stunning views to both The Great Peconic Bay and the forest.
The Bedolla house was designed in a complex topography terrain located between mountains and filled with large cedars and oaks. The stone and concrete walls clearly define the heart of the project: a linear courtyard that from the entry runs towards the small oak forest at the foot of the ravine.
“Dômes Charlevoix” is a new concept of four seasons eco-luxurious accommodations located in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, next to the Massif de Charlevoix, near Quebec City.