The triangular extruded volume offers dwellings that resemble office plateau and offices that resemble apartments exploiting both free space and warmth.
The courtyard and main living areas have a double volume and all areas have direct access to the front pool terrace forming a traditional “Cape Dutch Langhuis”.
Different sized cubes are removed out of a whole larger one creating a game of solids and voids.
A ‘breathable’ façade frame, composed of glazed sliding doors, supports the roof rafters along the length of the building creating a open plan arrangement.
The House through its transparent gate opens up to the street merging the boundaries of private / public space recorded by José Campos.
A box that opens or closes to the social area, rationalizing the distribution to the remaining private spaces, beautifully recorded by Ricardo Oliveira Alves.
Inspired by the native atmosphere emanating from the island, the Giants of Bigwin are a tribute to Amerindian legends and to the spirits still seemingly reigning over the island.
A finely crafted structure sites quietly within its stunning surroundings.
A house as a sum of attachments, without a living area photographed by José Campos
Two buildings, a clinic and a house, hover creating a ‘spaceship entrance’ while retaining traditional Japanese architecture features like beams and pillars.
NLS completes a striking timber frame, environmentally friendly family home in just 10 weeks.
The relationship with the ground and the landscape results in a “rootness” into the slope as if ‘biting’ the mountain and an overhang towards the valley.
The form of the new build plywood structure is a series of interconnecting triangular plains that allow light deep into the interior.
A synthesis of white cubes and permeable but contained spaces form a residential complex.
A flexible contemporary family residence on a spectacular but challenging site.
The tower is designed to be extremely flexible spatially, so that it can be reconfigured either as offices or housing in the future.
The reconstruction and expansion of Mill Kopácsyto keeping the characteristics of the mill.
Two boomerang shapes with pitched roofs combined with a shared common zone covered with a flat roof create the building’s spatial expression.
Cut Paw Paw is a structure that is deliberately incomplete. It is both a new building and an old ruin. It is both garden and home.
The house could only be one storey tall so a partially underground parterre floor which acts as the building’s base was formed accommodating children’s rooms.