Saymon Dall Alba ARQUITETO is a multidisciplinary architectural firm in Caxias do Sul – RS, Brazil. The firm focuses on functional and aesthetic quality, internal flows and circulations, thermal and acoustic comfort, always with a lot of personality and innovative materials.
Cerrado Suites, designed by ONG&ONG, combines an urban lifestyle, green living, and a healthy dose of outdoor wellness amenities. One of the key features in the design of Cerrado Suites is its massive environmental deck on the podium level that spans a total of two acres. Large windows in each unit increase natural lighting and allow for better airflow. This translates to clean architectural lines on the exterior façade and, coupled with subtle colours, creates a sleek and contemporary language for the buildings.
Terrace House 1, designed by DREAMER, is a two-story rear addition to an existing terrace house driven by the desire for connectedness to family, the outdoors, and the creation of a retreat for a frontline medical worker, often required to work nights. The form of the addition is driven by the compact site, planning regulations and the desire for outlook from all rooms. A fully native green roof at first-floor level provides an outlook, a private terrace for the owner and a great place for a coffee or beer, before or after work.
DREAMER is an architectural firm based in Australia is a small team with great ambition and diverse expertise. We provide full-service architecture and design for buildings, interiors and temporary spaces, working closely with clients from feasibility, through concept, town planning, interior design, documentation and construction phase services.
House of Wisdom (Sharjah Digital Library), designed by Foster + Partners, is a forward-looking conception of what a library should be in the 21st century – embracing a digital future while playing a crucial role as a community hub for learning, underpinned by innovation and technology. Throughout the building, there is an emphasis on establishing and retaining a connection with the outside, looking onto the gardens surrounding the building.
Casas Loiola, a residential project designed by Ramos Bilbao Arquitectos, ends up talking about the moldability of concrete to generate spaces at will, and talks about drilling and extruding, all at the same time and all this on a robust, hard, stony material, which guarantees eternal properties. This work is, therefore, the result of volumetric experimentation using this medium to solve existing problems of habitability and comfort in the plots of this area, an area as beautiful as it is exploited urbanistically.
Ramos Bilbao arquitectos is an architectural firm achieves the ideal balance between maximum aesthetic, functional and sustainable quality, something he achieves with play and research with volumes, materials, spaces and interaction of these with light.
El Gauchal house, designed by Ivan Bravo Architects, is erected vertically over the landscape, with an aim to reach a privileged view on the upper-level terrace, dodging the obstructions of nearby houses. Standing in this way, the liberation of the volume from the ground allows for the displacement of the typological distribution of a beach house, generating new relationships and programmatic associations on the vertical axis.
Creative Office, designed by Linehouse, is an office for developer Henan Jianye in Shanghai for a new team of creatives of architects and designers. Located in a new creative hub next to the Shanghai train station, the office is set over the top two floors of a perfectly spherical building designed by Foster and Partners. To celebrate the architectural legacy of the developer’s work Linehouse conceived the whole office as an exhibition space to showcase the architectural models and designer tools; material samples, furniture, and architectural drawings.
Linehouse is an architecture and interior design practice established in 2013 by Alex Mok and Briar Hickling. Linehouse operates as a platform to investigate the rituals of inhabitation and how these daily moments can be celebrated through design, transforming the mundane into performative acts. Linehouse is a collaboration of like-minded individuals from various backgrounds and cultures.
H-dining, designed by PHTAA Living Design in Bangkok, Thailand, takes its name from both the owner’s previous cafe, “Hand and Heart” and its accommodation in an existing house/home. The overall design was inspired by the renovation of a typical 1960/70s suburban Bangkok house with the aim of keeping a domestic feeling without resorting to cliches of suburbia. In contrast to the maitre d’ stand, the bar and furniture throughout the interior keep a domestic feel, with the use of rattan and wood.
House Dyuthi, designed by Tales of Design Studio, is located in Parakkad suburbs situated a few kilometers from Thrissur city, the cultural capital of Kerala. The design Strategy was to have a series of spaces that is connected by a central axis, thus reducing the circulation area and ensuring connectivity. Through programmatic zoning, a linear stacked volume was formed. Built form is inspired by the aesthetics of old vernacular structures of the city that are rich in architectural elements like gabled roofs, brick facades and louvred wooden windows. Geometric patterns used in flooring is a nod to the city’s grand palaces.
Tales of Design studio engages in disciplines of Architecture, Interior design, Product Design and Landscape. ToD believes in a context-driven design process, its journey guided by need and user comfort while empasising research, systemic problem solving and creative interventions.
Archidiaries is excited to share the “Project of the Week”. Along with this, the weekly highlight contains a few of the best projects, published throughout the week. These selected projects represent the best content curated and shared by the team at ArchiDiaries.
Orvay, designed by Isern Serra, is a place to taste wines, where the whole space has been created from color to suggest three different ways to discover the great typology of wines that his cellar hides. The team liked the chromatic relationship that was generated between the three spaces so no element separates them visually, only the forcefulness of the own color in the different materials marks this separation. The lighting very important in the room for its double life, had to work both day and night, seeks the corporeality of this element as ethereal as light.
Jins Namba Parks, designed by KOMPAS, is a store interior design for well-known eyewear brand JINS located in the Namba Parks shopping mall, Osaka. To stand out from all other stores under the JINS brand, the approach was to explore the design specific to the context focusing on three key aspects: 1. Namba Parks as the project site, 2. JINS as an innovative eyewear brand and 3. Eyewear as a mono-sized small product. The round-shaped furniture frees up the perimeter enabling it to have increased display capacity while at the same time providing wider circulation spaces.
ZigZag House, designed by Kevin Veenhuizen Architects, with its robust timber facade, wraps around the outdoor terrace and the beautiful waterfront Magnolia. The new living spaces open outwards and a void has been created in the centre of the house for extra daylight from above. The zigzagging shape of the extension derives from the position of the tree and introduces an angle from the living spaces to the garden.
Concrete House, designed by Rob Henry Architects, is grounded in its attention to detail and longevity of the program. The planning started with overlays of sustainable principles and aesthetics. Each space needed to optimise solar orientation, and thus the U-shaped planning with a central courtyard was developed. The Concrete House is appropriately named for the predominant use of concrete to the front façade and its interiors. The concrete forms both anchor and frame elements, whilst also defying convention through a floating cantilevered projection.
Ocean Drive, designed by MW works, is a home interior of a single floor condominium unit within a new residential tower overlooking the Atlantic in Miami Beach, Florida. The design grew out of a desire to amplify the light and let the interior architecture be a canvas and a frame. First conversations focused on the ever-changing views from the space and the almost tactile quality of light at this latitude. The design grew out of a desire to amplify these phenomena and let the interior architecture be a canvas and a frame.
MW Works LLC is a Seattle-based design studio offering residential and commercial clients architectural and interior design services. Their work is guided by a commitment to the strength of the idea and a passion for the tangibles of material and detail. They bring an honest straightforward approach to Their work, uniquely informed by circumstance, process, and ultimately the act of building itself. It is their goal to bring the client’s vision, the site’s particulars, and the craft’s richness together to create an enduring livable architecture capable of inspiration and delight.
Casa MF, designed by Spaceworkers, adapted the client’s wishes, whose main premise was that the house should be built in an “L” shape. Developing an original identity and finding an answer to this request, was the main inspiration for the approach adopted in an almost imperceptible way. The program of the house is distributed over a series of consecutive volumes, as in a game of embedded pieces, almost playful. Each of the volumes presents different functions, heights and depths creating a unique spatial dynamic, and emphasizing a new reading of an “L” shaped house.
Ramai boys hostel, designed by Amruta Daulatabadkar Architects, creates an interactive and inward-looking environment in a chaotic residential surrounding for the students to live in. The key factor in the design process was to enhance students interaction, within the indoor spaces that percolate outward and interact with the landscape around them. Planning has been made simple, by planning rooms and lobby overlooking the courtyard. And staircase connecting lobby on the x-axis, along with open terrace and courtyard on the y-axis.
Amruta Daulatabadkar Architects is an architectural firm that experiments with materials, local craftsmanship and creates architectural spaces with concepts going hand in hand with context and fetch in natural light. They consider every project as an opportunity to create and ensure that every project merges with culture, context, and architecture. As a part of the firm, ethos is the zeal to move forward ethically. They are committed to making interactive spaces where users connect visually or vocally.
11CK-House, designed by ONG&ONG,is a restoration project befitting the area’s architectural heritage along Singapore’s East Coast. The solution was to create a dramatic spiral staircase that connects all three levels, offering a mesh in lieu of railings. Designers had to work within the specifications set by Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)mandating that they maintain the property’s rafters, vents, and other key architectural features, making it a challenge for the design team to bring light and airflow into the elongated interior space.
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-analytics||11 months||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Analytics".|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-functional||11 months||The cookie is set by GDPR cookie consent to record the user consent for the cookies in the category "Functional".|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-necessary||11 months||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The cookies is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Necessary".|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-others||11 months||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Other.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-performance||11 months||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Performance".|