The program for this 1840’s Greenwich Village townhouse redefined it as a spatially interconnected contemporary residence for a young family. The idea of circulation as a public ‘street,’ in which family members encounter each other as they go about their daily routines, informs the organization of the house. Large landings at the south end of the circulation space act as places to interact. All other programmatic elements are kept to the west side of the house, allowing the sky-lit eastern circulation ‘street’ to vertically connect spaces throughout the house. The services of the building are contained within a vertical core which also defines the transition between open and closed spaces.
The owners of this property in Sonoma County worked with zumaooh to explore the opportunities presented by 13 acres of meadowland running alongside a creek.
Gelatoscopio is a Mexican ice cream shop inspired by the search for the most fun and authentic way to connect with your emotions in order to discover a fantastic reality through flavors, textures and aromas that transport you to memorable moments.
River Guest House is a 1,200 square meters construction designed in a wooded area of Valle de Bravo. This project is composed of two spaces, one private and one open divided by a river that starts at the main entrance and surrounds the entire house.
The Dogbox was designed and built by Ben Mitchell-Anyon and Sally Ogle -(Patchwork Architecture) and Tim Gittos (now of Spacecraft Architects). The house is located...