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N85 Residence : By Morphogenesis

October 11, 2010

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New Delhi, India Morphogenesis By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord  Photo © André Jeanpierre Fanthome Looking at the work of New Delhi and Pune, India-based architecture firm Morphogenesis, it’s clear that its principals appreciate Modern architecture. But for Manit and Sonali Rastogi, partners in life and in the firm, Modern doesn’t mean Minimal. “After living life as Minimalists […]

Tunquen House : By Riesco + Rivera Arquitectos Asociados

October 11, 2010

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Tunquen, Casablanca, Chile Riesco + Rivera Arquitectos Asociados  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo © Carlos Eguiguren Faz In Chile, a country not much more than 100 miles wide with 3,000 miles of coastline, living on the edge of the world is pretty much a given. But with a geography that includes dry desert, live volcanoes, fjords, […]

Skyline Residence : By Belzberg Architects

October 11, 2010

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Los Angeles, California Belzberg Architects  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo © Benny Chan According to Hagy Belzberg, AIA, principal of Los Angeles-based firm Belzberg Architects, the site where his Skyline Residence now gloriously perches was, at one time, deemed unbuildable. Since 1952 three previous owners of the property had lined up to try to get permission […]

The Weeks House : By McCarty Holsaple McCarty, Inc.

October 11, 2010

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Louisville, Tennessee McCarty Holsaple McCarty, Inc.  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord  Photo © Robert Batey Photography Some projects are more intensely personal than others. The Weeks House, in Louisville, Tennessee, renovated by Brian Pittman, Assoc. AIA, is one of those. For Paul and Jeannine Weeks, who were living in Connecticut and working for a pharmaceutical company, renovating […]

Fairfield House : By Webber + Studio, Inc.

October 11, 2010

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Austin, Texas Webber + Studio, Inc.  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecordPhoto © Jett Butler  David Webber, AIA, of the Austin-based firm Webber + Studio, jokes that the house in Austin’s Hyde Park neighborhood that he designed for himself and Ransom Baldasare, his business and life partner, is really just like everyone else’s. “It has everything anyone asks […]

Ingenious Project : 100 Student Dorm Rooms Made From Shipping Containers

October 11, 2010

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via:freshome If you lived in a students’ dorm, you know the hassle that comes with the lack of privacy, crowdedness, noise, sometimes the lack of cooking space and so on. Here is a project that manages to overcome some of these draw backs. Cité A Docks is a creative student housing project, located in Le […]

Seadrift Residence : By CCS Architecture

October 11, 2010

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Stinson Beach, California CCS Architecture By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecordPhoto © Matthew Millman  Those of us from Northern California can attest to the fact that one of the most beautiful beaches in the world is located about 20 miles north of San Francisco—Stinson Beach. It’s a little wilder than most—windy and often foggy. It’s the kind of […]