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Butler Residence : By PATH Architecture

December 19, 2010

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File under:Contemporary House, PATH Architecture, United States, Wood House The owners of this home, one a professional cyclist and the other an accomplished regional racer, live a life of extremes. They have sought out their true passions and done everything they can to blur the boundary between pleasure and pain, work and play. READ MORE>>Butler […]

Bahia House : By Marcio Kogan

December 13, 2010

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File under: Brazil, Contemporary House, Marcio Kogan, Wood House The Bahia House is an ecological house. But, not in the technological sense, not in the contemporary sense of the word “sustainability”, it does not have the very latest state-of-the-art gadgets that make it possible to optimize electric expenditure. The organization of the floor plan and […]

Queens Park Residence : By CplusC Architects and Builders

December 9, 2010

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File under: Australia, CplusC Architecture, Tropical House, Wood House Inspired by the experience of sheltering in the dappled light under the canopy of the Morton Bay Figs in adjacent Centennial Park, the design of the Queens Park Residence has stemmed from an appreciation of timber from concept through to execution. As both the architects and […]

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, […]

Stirling House : By MAC Interactive Architects

December 4, 2010

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File under:: Australia, City House, MAC Interactive Architects, Wood House Despite having the advantage of a pocket-park to one boundary, this project presented an opportunity to revisit the terraced house typology. The kitchen has now become the central focus of a less formal contemporary house – with a cultural ‘need’ to link internal and external […]