Browsing All posts tagged under »Green House«

SkyCottage : By archimania

December 9, 2010

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File under:archimania, City House, Green House, Steel House, United States SkyCottage is a progressive home whose design is informed by the view of the Mississippi River, embraces the challenges of a tight site, and enhances the community fabric of one of the earliest examples of New Urbanism. READ MORE>>SkyCottage : By archimania. Photo © Courtesy […]

Cedar Park House : By Peter Cohan Architect

December 8, 2010

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File under:Green House, Lake House, Peter Cohan Architect, United States, Wood House The Cedar Park responds directly to the predicament posed by the site – that its most desirable location is also its most fragile.  It takes advantage of the prospect afforded by a steep site, while at the same time strengthening the fragile slope, […]

Kerr Gulch Highlands House : By Entasis Group

November 29, 2010

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File under: Entasis Group, Forest House, Green House, Mountain House, United States This Bold New Modern Home designed and built by brothers Brian Ojala and Aaron Ojala with Entasis Group.  The home is located on a pine-forested ridge in the foothills west of Denver. Careful consideration was given to the design and placement of this […]

Schierle House : By Matthias Benz

November 29, 2010

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File under:Germany, Green House, Hill House, Matthias Benz, Prefab House, Sustainable House Anyone who has visited a German city’s peripheral area knows what we mean when we refer to a “typical German home.”  They are clear-colored houses, with pitched roofs and PVC windows, existing in all imaginable sizes and proportions. Together with a church and […]

Rincon Bates House : By Studio27 Architecture

November 28, 2010

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File under: City House, Green House, Studio27 Architecture, United States The R|B House is a re-conceptualization of an end row house unit in Capitol Hill, Washington DC. The project furthers a continuing exploration in sustainable urban residential design. The existing two-story structure was originally built in 1906 and represents the archetype of single family dwelling […]

Lulu Kati Kati House : By Kate Otten Architects

November 28, 2010

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File under:City House, Green House, Kate Otten Architects, South Africa, Sustainable House Welcome to ‘lulu kati kati’, Swahili for ‘pearl in the middle’ – a jewel of a house on a left –over sliver of land at the end of the high street, a site too steep to be a road, located in the middle […]

Lockyer Residence : By Shaun Lockyer Architects

November 27, 2010

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File under: Australia, Contemporary House, Green House, Shaun Lockyer Architects, Sustainable House The “Lockyer Residence” is a small, contemporary extension onto a post war house in Bardon, a heavily treed and hilly fringe suburb in Brisbane. The design looks to address two primary architectural issues, the first is about context and language, the second is […]