ПРОЕКТ ЭТО НЕ ТОЛЬКО ДОМ
Нам очень нравиться разрабатывать проект комплексно.
Прорабатывать все начиная от самого дома, заканчивая бытовыми постройками и
Преимущество такого подхода в том, что все гармонично выглядит
и взаимосвязано между собой: дом, интерьер, участок, постройки на участке – все
в одном стиле.
Например, таким элементам, как забор не всегда уделяют
должное внимание, в итоге общий вид страдает. Ведь с улицы мы видим не только
дом, но и забор тоже.
По стоимости обычный забор и тот который проработан и сделан
в одном стиле с домом будут отличаться не значительно, но результат будет
В этом проекте мы разрабатывали все полностью: дом, баню, интерьеры
дома и бани. Сейчас работаем над проработкой хоз.построек, благоустройства
участка и забора. Все сделано в одном стиле и смотреться гармонично.
Как вам такой подход? Напишите в комментариях 👇👇👇
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In view is Hemeroscopium House, completed in 2008 in Madrid, Spain, by Ensamble Studio (@Debora_Ensamble and @Anton_Ensamble). The Hemeroscopium House began as a series components piled in a helical fashion so as to ensure equilibrium. In the words of the architects, the building began with the “mother beam,” and from there developed upwards, with each element becoming lighter as the structure grew. The design of each joint expresses the constructive nature of the intersecting elements and their acting forces. The structure took a year to develop, and 7 days to put together on site, with elements fabricated off-site.
Image credits: Ensamble Studio.
8 19161:19 PM Feb 9, 2019
In view is the Modulightor Building, completed in phases from 1989 to 1993, and 2007 to 2015, by Paul Rudolph and Ernst Wagner in New York City – The building now houses the Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation (@PaulRudolphFoundation). The narrow facade of the building exhibits Rudolph's typical spatial complexity and movement. The 3'-0" depth of the building's street elevation is composed of steel and glass interspersed with concrete panels to brace the construction. The building has undergone several changes since its first phase in 1993. In 1997, after Paul Rudolph’s death, Donald Luckenbill – an architect who had worked for Rudolph – combined the two apartments on floors 3 and 4 that were part of the original construction, and added shelving throughout them. In 2007, floors 5 and 6 were added by Rudolph’s collague, Ernst Wagner.
Text and image credits: The Paul Rudolph Heritage Foundation.
8 19025:36 PM Feb 10, 2019
30 14547:36 PM Feb 13, 2019
In view is a proposal for the Semblance House in Toronto, Canada, by Office of Adrian Phiffer (@OfficeOfAdrianPhiffer). From the architect: “This house is a simple concrete shell. Nothing more. Nothing less. The perimeter is pushed and pulled in various directions; it is punched through in multiple locations. Apparently, all this is done for the sake of conversation. It is about a conversation with a context: the mid-town urban fabric. This is a context with almost no qualities. Probably this is a misstatement. The landscape is magnificent. The architecture is banal, at moments, quite ugly. Engaged in the conversation, this house accepts, learns, and mimics the architectural language: simple openings, a cornice, a chimney, a water drainpipe; nothing out of norm. This house is a case of semblance.
You will enter this house from the sides. You will enter it though a porch masked by a veil, to one side. To the other side, you will enter it where the walls have been pushed under the hanging cornice. The interior is a collection of rooms in different shapes and sizes. The walls are progressively removed as one moves from basement to the upper floor. The basement is a labyrinth. The ground floor is a passage space that facilities movement from front to back through two sets of steps and an extend back-door space. Here, unintentional alveolus-like spaces are produced as an outcome of the exterior driven push and pull actions of the walls. The upper floor is one room where emptiness is supreme. Various permanent or transient forms are placed: a triangle of light, a pig bathing in Bahamas, fancy chairs, a hanged circular road, etc. The bathroom is the open circle.
This house is in Toronto.” Render courtesy of Office of Adrian Phiffer.
4 6957:54 PM Dec 14, 2018
Процесс проектирования нового объекта. Первые прикидки внешнего объема. Посмотрим что получится. #архитекторильяелисеев
25 12147:54 PM Nov 22, 2018
In view is Masa, a new restaurant designed by Studio Cadena (@BenjaminCadena) in a northern residential neighbourhood of Bogotá, Colombia. The restaurant is built at residential scale, on the site of a former house that had gone through multiple residential and commercial iterations over the years. The 7,500-square-foot restaurant is organized as a grouping of distinct but interconnected volumes, each with a particular function. Says Studio Cadena founder and principal Benjamin Cadena about the design, “The idea is that everything is connected, but the spaces remain fragmented for intimacy. In any space in the restaurant you might hear or smell things that give a sense of the adjacent spaces, but it isn’t completely open. The design defines distinct spatial volumes yet allows you to move through them with the freedom of an open plan.” In the project, indoor-outdoor continuity is intentional, but presents a challenge in Bogotá, where the weather is perennial spring or fall, and can be cold, chilly, or wet. These elements are born of an interest in updating techniques commonly used in Bogotá (such as terrazzo) as well as introducing new ones that are unique to the area.
Image courtesy of Studio Cadena.
Text from official press release.
3 267410:46 PM Dec 8, 2018
In view is a new addition to the UDEP campus in Piura, Peru, completed in 2016 by Barclay & Crousse (Sandra Barclay and Jean Pierre Crousse). Imagined as an extension of the arid forest of Algarrobos characteristic of the northern Peruvian desert, the structure serves as a refuge from the hot and dry climate of the region. The building opens up in the interior, and diffuses sunlight and heat by incorporating trees and brise-soleil screens.
A constellation of 10 buildings is linked by a system of ramps, alleys, courtyards, and gardens within a square perimeter of 70 x 70m. Five typical units are assembled within this square to produce a great variety of open but protected spaces for students and faculty members, with facilities like informal reading spaces, cafes, meeting rooms and reception.
Image credits: Cristobal Palma.
3 15412:30 PM Feb 11, 2019
Pictured here is the Red Cross Volunteer House, an extension of the national headquarters of Red Cross in Denmark in Copenhagen, completed by COBE Architects (@COBEarchitects) in 2017. The triangular building has a 850-m2 roof that acts as a large public staircase extending from the street level to the second floor of the building. The extension, which has a floorspace of 750 m2, is placed partially below ground and serves as the main entrance to both the headquarters and the volunteer centre. The Red Cross Volunteer House was designed with the ambition of creating a new meeting place for the 34,000 Red Cross volunteers as well as a new public space – an urban living room.
Photography: Rasmus Hjortshøj
6 8417:16 PM Jan 2, 2019
Studio works, Tabriz art uni. Semester project, spring 2011