NIMES – A modern extension has been added to Benoît and Roselyne's traditional farmhouse in the south of France in order to accommodate a growing family.
VIENNA – For quite some time, residents in the Austrian capital have relied on the ability to extend their townhouses vertically, converting roof space into extra quarters for living.
MELBOURNE – Victoria is geographically the smallest state in Australia; it is also the most densely populated and this is creating a shift in its architectural language.
MELBOURNE – A luscious and dynamic garden brings Charles House to life. The house itself was realised a little over a year ago but it is only now that the landscaping is finalised.
SEOUL – Keeping in line with Korean building regulations isn't the easiest part of an architect's job. Keeping clients happy isn't always a breeze either.
LOGATEC – One of the simplest ideas of all inspires the form of a timber-clad home in central Slovenia: the chimney.
SAINTES – With the French government demanding that at least 20 per cent of every city is offered as social housing, many new developments are being built.
Rotterdam – A run-down townhouse has been fixed up into two high-end apartments, stripped down to its bare bones with smaller elements suspended in the tall voids.
Paris – The 109 apartments of Lot D complete the residential complex on the grounds of the former Boucicaut Hospital.
FUJIEDA – Being considerate to the neighbours was a prerequisite for a residential commission where the client's plot was on the vacant land next to his parents.
COPENHAGEN – The historical vernacular of a small district east of the city is something that Danish firms Cobe and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects were determined to celebrate.
LINARES – It is a prerequisite for an architect to consider aesthetics and structural integrity. Less often considered is phenomenology and tapping into the attachment of place.
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