The two-story brick volume of the old cottage expands dramatically through the straight lines of Coreten steel to contrast the building with the softness of the surrounding greenery, and the ancient
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According to Delft University, approximately 60 percent of Dutch citizens live in row houses and 25 percent of those homes are from the post war period. Although beloved by the city's population, these
The two gabled wings of the structure are angled at 22 degrees, giving the home a rustic cabin feel on the outside and a multi-structured character inside. The home's design was influenced primarily by
The goal of the project was to re-purpose the existing tin shed at the rear of a residential lot. Rather than just tearing the shed down and getting rid of it, Raffaello Rosselli recycled the original
Villa Midgard sits nestled into a site cut out of the rocky terrain of a hillside. As visitors approach the site, they are met by a green-roofed garage that appears to grow from the rock of the earth.
God’s Loftstory: LKSVDD Transforms 1928 Church into Daylight-Filled Home with Shipping Container Studio
The renovation of the church was designed as an open structure, which takes advantage of the spaciousness of the 1100 cubic meter volume. The design team at LKSVDD Architecten preserved the stained glass,
The Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge is located at the southernmost edge of Wilmington's downtown area. Situated on the edge of the refuge and at the terminus of the Riverwalk is the DuPont EEC.
The original 150-acre estate included an old 1970s agricultural warehouse and a 1900s stone cottage, both of which were incorporated the renovated winery. Sala Ferusic sought to make use of these existing
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