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Tattoo House By Andrew Maynard Architects

April 9, 2010 Filed Under: House
Tattoo House By Andrew Maynard Architects

House of Andrew Maynard’s Tattoo is the newest project is built. This building is a small extension to a 3 bedroom house in North Fitzroy, Victoria. A kitchen and flexible work spaces incorporated into extensions round out the brief. By balancing those needs against budget restrictions, the town planning requirements and space available, the tactics used to make everything in the room to do much... 

The Geraci Residence By Pierluigi Sammarro in the Calabria region, Southern Italy

July 12, 2010 Filed Under: Interior
The Geraci Residence By Pierluigi Sammarro in the Calabria region, Southern Italy

An interior design project recently completed by the Florence based architect Pierluigi Sammarro,  the interior of this modern house is situated in the Calabria region in southern Italy. modern interior is capable of providing comfort for the residents, the light adds an elegant beauty.

Notariaat by Atelier Vens Vanbelle in Horebeke, Belgium

September 2, 2010 Filed Under: Office
Notariaat by Atelier Vens Vanbelle in Horebeke, Belgium

Atelier Vens Vanbelle has designed a building design office¬† Notariaat in Horebeke, Belgium. The building site is situated at the end of a small street in the small village of Horebeke in the Flemish Ardennes, next to a restaurant. The view from the site is splendid: the landscape slopes slowly and offers an overview to an untouched agricultural area spread over two kilometers. This kind of impressive... 

Elm & Willow House By Architects EAT in Melbourne, Australia

April 4, 2010 Filed Under: House
Elm & Willow House By Architects EAT in Melbourne, Australia

This project involves the restoration and changes to the existing Edwardian house, and the destruction and construction in the back of a new addition. Transparency and openness of the new section is a deliberate counterpoint to the Edwardian house is covered with a dark central corridor. Our goal is to create the “out there in the” environment, where space inside and outside is a pervasive... 

Tampa Museum of Art By Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects in Tampa, FL, USA

March 30, 2010 Filed Under: Architecture
Tampa Museum of Art By Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects in Tampa, FL, USA

Tampa museum is a neutral framework for the display of art, a blank canvas to be filled with paintings. This is a beautiful place but empty, a scaffold, must be completed by the contents. We are interested in openness, unknown possibilities in the future, in architecture as the infrastructure. We have created an attractive space in the most careful, to avoid building a sculpture of an independent object,...