Minimalist And Brutalist Apartment In Mexico

Minimalist And Brutalist Apartment In Mexico
This apartment is located in Tennyson 205 is a five-storey apartment building in one of Mexico City’s most upscale and leafy neighborhoods. The building and apartment itself were designed by Tucson-based architects Studio Rick Joy with a sculpturally refined brutalist rigor. Hemmed in on three sides, the two-unit residence features three landscaped courtyards that also... 
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Cabin-Inspired Ultra-Minimal Weekend House

Cabin-Inspired Ultra-Minimal Weekend House
We just can’t get enough of mountain and forest cabins! Last year was all about beauty and freedom of such mini dwellings and this year continues the topic of wandering and staying wherever you want in the wild. This timber weekend house in the rolling landscape of Czech Republic’s Beskydy mountains was built by Pavel... 
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Minimalist 3 Square House In A Dense Finnish Forest

Minimalist 3 Square House In A Dense Finnish Forest
This lakeside residence in Finland was built in a dense forest but only one tree was removed to make the project alive. Studio Puisto designed 3 Square House determined by available views, the more north you move on the plot, the more the lake landscape opens, on the other hand the shortest distance to the... 
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Historic Lisbon Apartment With Minimalist Design

Historic Lisbon Apartment With Minimalist Design
Located in Lisbon’s Largo do Carmo, a historical square in Lisbon, this recently renovated apartment occupies the entire floor of an 18th century Pombaline building, and it has been revamped with by Aurora Arquitectos. The apartment stands out for the ornate cornices, plaster moldings and ceiling roses that have been meticulously restored transforming the ceilings... 
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Minimalist Melt House With An Indoor Garden

Minimalist Melt House With An Indoor Garden
In Japan’s Osaka Prefecture, architect Satoshi Saito has completed a residence on a narrow plot that measures just 5.6 meters (18 ft). Named Melt, the dwelling was designed for a couple in their 30s and their two children. The client asked for a house where they could feel a close connection with the natural environment,... 
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Minimalist Farmhouse In Raw Concrete With Bold Art

Minimalist Farmhouse In Raw Concrete With Bold Art
Nithurst Farm is a minimalist farmhouse located in Upperton, United Kingdom, designed by Adam Richards Architects. Situated on an open field within the South Downs National Park, the newly built family home is formed of structural concrete wrapped with brick and topped with a black zinc roof. The volumes progress in a step-motion, starting with... 
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Minimalist Slender House With Narrow Proportions

Minimalist Slender House With Narrow Proportions
Slender House by Japanese studio FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects featured a very narrow and deep lot, located within a densely built suburban area. In response, Kimura’s minimalist design strikes a balance between functionality, spaciousness, natural light and privacy to create a modern home for a family of three. The solid exterior is punctured by a tall... 
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Minimalist Family Home With Wheelchair Access

Minimalist Family Home With Wheelchair Access
A traditional Bosnian ‘family house,’ located in an unplanned neighborhood in Sarajevo, has its ground floor renovated and extension added to accommodate a man in a wheelchair and his wife. Designed by Projekt V Arhitektura, the Half House takes a step away from typical projects in the area as it’s situated in between a detached... 
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Minimalist House In The Trees That Defies Gravity

Minimalist House In The Trees That Defies Gravity
Located in a Costa Esmeralda neighborhood by the sea, about four hours outside of Buenos Aires City in Argentina, this holiday home, designed by Luciano Kruk, appears to defy gravity. A House in the Trees hovers amidst a collection of pines, almost blending into the natural landscape. With a desire to reduce maintenance costs, the... 
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Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent

Minimalist House Shaped As A Wooden Tent
In a rural village in Nagaoka City, Japan, Takeru Shoji Architects has built the Hara House, a tent-like, wooden truss structure for a couple and their two children. Situated in a corner of a family-owned land, which the clients will inherit in the future, and which already includes various buildings, such as a main house,... 
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