A Minnesota Light Box Counters Winter Blues
This simple, straightforward house is as open and airy as a loft space. It is perfectly designed to counter the effect of living in Minnesota, which can
House in Buenos Aires by Guillermo Radovich | Dezeen
Buenos Aires studio Guillermo Radovich Arquitecto have wrapped an existing brick house in Buenos Aires in a band of white concrete. The project involved extending the residence by changing the perimeter of the building from an L-shape to a rectangle. A second, two-storey volume was inserted in the resulting corner and clad in wood. The
Axelrod Architects designs eHouse as a single family house by combine Mediterranean aesthetic of sun and light and a minimalist discipline of line and plane. The materials used also determine the modernity, concrete. Conceptually, the vertical planes define the axes of the house and the horizontal planes the spatial volume. Structurally, the concrete elements support every other architectural surface, predominantly glass and drywall.