For the design of a small guest cabin with all the fixings on an existing foundation, BC—OA treated this 12′ x 15′ footprint – well smaller than a single car garage – as a little jewel box, packed out with the full functionality of a house four times its size,…
This California Coastal Retreat was originally built completely off the grid. Today, a connection to the grid exists, but the entire property is primarily serviced by a large solar array, and conservation of natural resources remains very important to the family.
Expressive modern style house is designed in a lot surrounded by nature. Pine forests are on two sides of the lot. It was clients desire to find such an oasis in nature with a small river or creek, what became a specific task for ArchLAB Architects, because the flowing water divided the land into two parts.
Carney Logan Burke was tasked to design an entire compound for a young family relocating from the San Francisco Bay Area to Wilson, Wyoming. The collaborative approach resulted in an open, airy, nature-inspired Wyoming family compound that makes the most of its site while meeting the needs of an active family.
Architects: Anacapa Project: Off-Grid Guest House Lead Architects: Dan Weber Location: Santa Barbara, United States Area 800.0 ft2 Project Year 2017 Photographer: Erin Feinblatt Located on one of the last remaining undeveloped coastal areas in California, this modern off-grid guest house resides on a wildlife preserve; exemplifying a successful balance of residential development and ecological […]
Situated among vast fields and quiet sheep herds in Belgium, a heritage structure has been restored into a newly opened B&B. ’ The Bunkers ’ as the property is aptly named, was originally built in concrete on the brink of 1st world war.