Browsing All posts tagged under »Hill House«

City View Residence : By Dick Clark Architecture

December 6, 2010


File under:Contemporary House, Dick Clark Architecture, Hill House, United States Inspired by the clients’ desire to live in a house that reflects their values and lifestyle, the house takes an architecturally minimal approach with simple massing, an understated material palette, and large expanses of glass.  Configured for entertainment, the glass box living area, along with […]

Mandeville Canyon Residence : By Rockefeller Partners Architects

December 3, 2010


File under:Contemporary House, Hill House, Rockefeller Partners Architects, United States The homeowners had lived in eight houses in ten years, moving where it was convenient for work, but never finding the perfect location to create a real home. They now have two small children and needed a property where they could work, play and grow […]

House M : By Caramel Architekten

December 1, 2010


File under:Austria, Caramel Architects, Hill House, Prefab House Sitting on the slope of pöstlingberg in linz, the 12 x 12 meter cube takes full advantage of the lot by establishing itself as far into the north-eastern corner of the site as building codes permit. these two sides have a very hermetic appearance, thus preventing neighbors […]

House in Bryanston : By Nico Van Der Meulen Architects

November 30, 2010


File under:Concrete House, Contemporary House, Hill House, Nico Van Der Meulen Architects, South Africa Situated on a 4000sq.m stand in Eccleston Rd, Bryanston this is a new 1400 sq.m residence designed by Nico & Werner van der Meulen of Nico van der Meulen Architects cc. Interior design was done by M Square Lifestyle Design, and […]

House on Cedar Hill : By Cunningham Architects

November 29, 2010


File under:Cunningham Architects, Forest House, Hill House, United States Situated at the edge of an escarpment zone, the house is organized along a native, stacked stone wall 182 feet long and 21 feet high. A cantilevered concrete canopy serves as an interruption through the wall into and through the house, briefly allowing views through the […]