Japanese architect Yoshichika Takagi has completed a house in Sapporo, Japan, where the interior is divided by a series of wooden structures with pitched roofs. Called House K, the project forms platforms and mezzanines on top of the house-shaped.
This 200 year old stacked stone house in Linescio, Switzerland has been discretely gutted on the inside by Buchner Bründler Architekten, turned into a simplistic dream space, perfectly formed in concrete.
Located in Paris’ district, this apartment was redesigned by the Paris-based architect Alia Bengana. The building was built in the and while the owners wanted to keep the original feel of the space, they also wanted to modernize it for their family’s
“The hope has been to combine archaic and modern elements in a way that would enhance the beauty of each by virtue of its contrast with the other," says resident Tom Givone of his renovation. Photo by Mark Mahaney. Photo by Mark Mahaney.