Architecture - TimberOnWeb
The main objective of the project, the work of BAAQ' architectural studio, was to generate the least impact of the architecture on the ground, creating four distinct volumes and transferring most of the daily activities to the outdoors
Located in Merino Square, one of the first squares in the center of the Chilean city of Chihuahua dating back to 1709, the wooden installation called Antelia, by República Portátil, creates a space to meet and be sheltered from the extreme temperatures of the place
Small cabins that resemble eagle nests or small boats swaying on a bed of grass is the poetic proposal by Cheshire Architects, which seeks to give new meaning to New Zealand's coastline at risk of extremely high housing density
The structure, designed by the fala studio is very enigmatic and open to interpretation. Consisting of a series of plateaus and four facades with distinct characters, made of local wood, the meticulous use of paint clarifies the interpretation of the architectural elements.
The Hovnanian Residence living modules offer an intense, secluded and remote experience in the thickest part of the forest
"How will we live together?" is the question-theme of the Venice Biennale 2021, to which the Czech studios SKULL and MOLO architekti try to answer through the installation of OFF FENCE: an enclosure that apparently divides, but also encourages people to start from what separates us to understand how to unite us
Hiyoku, a two-story private home 2 km west of the city of Niseko, opens its view to the Shiribetsu River and ski slopes surrounded by the trees of the mountains in the distance and ideally blends with Japan's mountainous landscape
In 2014 noa* won the competition for the expansion of the existing structure, a project carried out in several stages. In 2016 the old barn next to the main building and the restaurant was demolished and converted, new suites and a spa were created alongside it
How much does our workplace influence the quality of what we do and the pleasure we derive from it? The Author's House is certainly a successful experiment in this sense: a mixture of natural and psychophysical well-being surrounded by greenery; a place of inspiration, reflection and contemplation
On the outskirts of the Dovrefjell National Park lies a pavilion with a panoramic view of the mountain, designed by the Snøhetta studio, a refuge for school groups and visitors while the guides talk about the unique history of the Dovre Mountain plateau.
The St. Joseph Residence designed by architect Wheeler Kearns lies on a large grassy dune that stretches along Lake Michigan in the United States, and enjoys panoramic views of both the dunes and the lake
Lemay designs a 360° experience for the Bromont Summit Chalet on the summit of Mont Brome, Canada: a warm and welcoming refuge with contemporary lines that embraces the shape of the mountain
Salagnac Arquitectos studio designs a school in a forest in Costa Rica, whose architecture has the task of being in harmony with the place where it stands and of conveying the concept of education through the use of natural materials
Barlis Wedlick's Lazy Bear Pool House sits on a 115-acre estate in Old Chatham, NY and opens its view to the Catskills Mountains
Uman Lodge is a 16-unit hotel in Chile where the purpose of the housing experience is to enjoy the immeasurable spectacle of nature
The "Akademia" high school, located in the Polish capital and designed by the Medusa Group architectural studio is a recommendation to revisit the principles of modeling school buildings which do not meet the needs of young people
La Loica & La Tagua are two vacation homes located on the Chilean coast in Matanzas and designed by Croxatto y Opazo Arquitectos. They blend in with the surrounding nature and "dominate" it at the same time, from a height of 80 meters above sea level
The architect Stefan Schweighofer is the author of the Kaltenbrunnen house, located in Austria, which was created from the foundations of an old container building from the 1980s, with shape, proportions and orientation based on the building context in which it is located.