A new 247 sqm Garden House-Pavilion located on a backland site in Notting Hill, London and set over ground and basement levels. A house that is a roof and a hole in the ground.
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The Douglas House was designed, in many ways, from the inside out: we took the absolute limits of permitted development rules in terms of what we could achieve in increasing the volumes on Ground and Second Floors and then re-shaped
This cruciform shaped house was evolved to house a family of six. The plot is located at Bopal (Ahmedabad) in a gated community at the end of the internal access road. The house is an expression in Dhrangadhra stone. The stone used in many of the architectural antiquities of Ahmedabad.
With a stream running through the house, this Alibag Indian retreat is delicately woven into the landscape, alternately opening up and closing itself to the different characteristics of the site. Though seasonal, the streambed allows for an interesting landscape feature throughout the year.
The Sun Rain Room is a two-storey extension and restoration of a Grade-II Listed Georgian townhouse. The extension reframes the rear of the building by amplifying the characteristics found within its fabric. Designed and constructed by Tonkin Liu in collaboration with local craftspeople
Designed by Alfonso Quiñones of Baaq studio based in Mexico City, Casa Cal is part of a group of six houses near Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca – a popular tourist destination, with scenic beaches and a thriving surf culture. Set back from the beach behind a row of houses, this Mexican Villa has terraces and a swimming […]