The Somerton Long House is a two-storey, new-build dwelling in Somerton, Somerset, designed by Neil Choudhury Architects. The 350 square-metre project is built into a steeply sloping site and overlooks a pond, mill stream and garden designed by James Alexander Sinclair.
The attached project is a ground up home located in the hills above Folsom California, about 30 mins Northeast of Sacramento. Popp Littrell was hired to design a modern single story house on a sloped site under 5,000 SF.
Machiya House beautifully blends old with new in a Sydney heritage setting. Inspired by the traditional Japanese townhouses (Machiya) of Kyoto, its private and public domains discreetly co-exist, with layers of screening and curated openings to draw in light and engage the streetscape.
The Parque apartment is treated as a frame to the city. It brings minimalist solutions in finishes and design, valuing Brazilian art and local studios. Every detail was thought to get the true essence of contemporary living in Brazil.
Situated on ten acres at the meeting of two rivers near Whitefish, Montana, Confluence House is a fly fisherman’s dream. Conceived as a getaway for family and friends, the home’s design is derived and influenced by the geophysics of the surrounding landscape
When the owners of several beloved Seattle beer institutions (The Dray and The Yard) wanted to expand into a new part of town, they approached the design team with a vision: design a beerhall-style taproom that was contemporary