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编 HI-DESIGN PUBLISHING

GLOBAL LUXURY VILLA LEADING DESIGN

MODERN VILLA

高迪国际

全球豪宅设计典范 —

别 墅 外 观

上架建议

建筑设计

定价:398.00元

MODERN

VILLA

GLOBAL LUXURY VILLA LEADING DESIGN

别墅外观 — 全球豪宅设计典范 高迪国际 HI-DESIGN PUBLISHING 编


MODERN

别墅外观

VILLA

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序言

PREFACE

“We shape ourselves to fit this world and by the world are shaped again, the visible and invisible working together in common cause to produce the miraculous. So may we, in this life, trust to those elements we have yet to see or imagine, and look for the true shape of our own self, by forming it well to the great intangibles about us.” —David Whyte Making a home is an intensely personal experience, creating an intimate receptacle for lives, families, and dreams. It is a delicate task to create a building worthy of that function, molding concrete and steel, wood and stone into spaces that can touch one’s soul. Just as a community reflects the culture and values of a society, so a home reflects its owner’s hopes, beliefs and innermost self. Architects have the unique opportunity to shape those environments and guide who we wish to be, both as individuals and as part of the larger community of man. Light is a formidable presence that can be harsh and intrusive if not properly respected. Light has the power to make solid material glow as though translucent, to reflect a color from one place into another, to catch us by surprise, to fill

House + House Architects Cathi & Steven House, Partners

a moment with wonder — morning sun shining into a breakfast room, patterns of light from a skylight, strong shadows cast by sculpting, walls that glow as though illuminated from within — a beam of light interacting with the building and its inhabitants in a living, changing embrace. Movement should be choreographed—creating excitement, anticipation, awareness that something is about to unfold so that the dances of daily life have richness. For if a space is well conceived it will delight and arouse those intimate reactions that come from deep inside us. Buildings are static, fixed in time, place and form, yet we experience them in a dynamic way. We move through buildings physically — but also spiritually, emotionally and visually — and as we move, buildings also move—forms lay against each other in constantly changing configurations and we are pulled, invited, set at ease, our curiosity engaged. How we experience buildings can transform concrete into poetry. Embrace is one of the most important qualities of a home. As a refuge, a receptacle for family and dreams, there is real embrace — as in a courtyard, but embrace can be subtle, even invisible, yet still tangible — as in the comfort of a color, the softness of a shadow, even a large swath of glass, if it is well placed in the wall, can provide a sense of protection rather than exposure. To wrap a building around its inhabitants in an intimate embrace is the most powerful contribution architects can make, transforming life’s daily activities into richly felt, breathless moments. 我们改变自己来迎合世界,又一再被世界重新塑造。 有形与无形相互结合,来共同创造奇迹。 这一生之中,我们是否可以相信那些未曾见过或想象过的事物, 寻找并塑造真正的自我,将它们幻化成为自己无形的资产。 ——大卫 • 怀特 布置房间是极其私人的体验,是一个创造私密的空间来承载自己的生活、家庭和梦想的过程。将混凝土和钢筋,木材和石头加以铸 造并置于室内空间之中,从而能触摸人的灵魂,是建筑应当具备的功能。而要想达到这一目的,绝非易事。正如一个社区能够反映出一 个社会的文化和价值观,一个家也可以映射出主人的追求、信仰以及内心深处的自我。只有建筑师拥有这独一无二的机会来塑造周围的 环境,指引我们成为我们所向往的人,无论是以个人的身份或是作为更大集体中的一员。 对室内光线的处理至关重要。若没有引起足够的重视,光线会强烈刺眼,甚至产生一种侵犯感。光线能够使固体物质像透明物一样 绚丽夺目,使一种色彩反射于不同物体之间,出其不意地吸引着我们的眼球,为生活中的片刻增添点滴惊喜——清晨射入厨房的一缕阳光, 穿过天窗射入室内的各种光影图案,通过雕塑投下的深深的阴影,被照得通透明亮的墙壁。一束束光线与建筑交相辉映,使建筑中的主 人置身于一个逼真的、不断变化的环境中。 室内布局需要精心排列,要令人兴奋,使人有所期望,让人意识到什么事情将要发生,从而使人们的日常生活更加丰富多彩。一个 空间倘若布局合理,可以使我们心情愉悦,甚至可以唤起我们内心深处的亲密情感。建筑物在时间、空间以及形式上都是静态的、固定 不变的。然而我们可以以一种动态的方式去感受它们。当我们穿过一个建筑物时,不仅仅是身体的移动,我们在精神、情感以及视觉上 都在感受着这个建筑。建筑随着我们的移动而迁移,在不断变化的立体结构中,建筑的各个部分相互依存。而我们仿佛被它牵引着,走 进其中并悠闲地置身其中,好奇心也随之被激发。我们对建筑物的体会便从具体的形态转化成抽象的诗意。 对于家来说,环绕感是最重要的特质之一。家作为一个避风港,一个承载家庭与梦想的地方,环绕感是真实存在的,就像身处庭院 之中。这种感觉也许是细微的,甚至是无形的,却依旧是可以触及的——这体现在色彩的舒适、影子的柔和之中,甚至一块细长的玻璃, 如果将它贴在墙壁的适当位置,也可给人以被保护的感觉,而不是被曝光的感觉。建筑师所能做出的最大贡献,就是让建筑物如同一个 亲密的拥抱一样将居住者环抱起来,将日常活动转化成更丰富的体验和更扣人心弦的时刻。

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LAKE HOUSE ——瑞士 / 温带

ARMADA HOUSE

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202

阿曼达别墅

——加拿大 / 温带

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中文翻译

RIVER ROAD

SYMPHONY

河岸别墅

——美国 / 温带

交响乐式别墅

——西班牙 / 亚热带

284 CASA VERDE

卡萨韦尔迪别墅

——墨西哥 / 热带

CLIFF HOUSE

崖边别墅

——塞内加尔 / 热带

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CARRARA HOUSE 卡拉拉住宅 ——阿根廷 / 亚热带

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LA BOYITA ——乌拉圭 / 亚热带

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拉波义塔别墅

湖畔别墅


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HAUS AM WEINBERG

葡萄园别墅

——德国 / 温带

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中文翻译

326 GA ON JAI

Ga On Jai 别墅

——韩国 / 温带

AMIN RESIDENCE ——印度 / 热带

Amin 住宅

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ALAM FAMILY RESIDENCE

阿拉姆家庭别墅

——印度尼西亚 / 热带

COLEMAN RESIDENCE —CITY BEACH HOUSE

科尔曼住宅 ——海湾住宅

——澳大利亚 / 温带

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SGNW HOUSE

SGNW 别墅

——南非 / 热带

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CONTENTS

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STEIN RESIDENCE 斯坦别墅

SLEEPY HOLLOW RESIDENCE

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SOARING WINGS 升腾之翼别墅

GEORGICA POND RESIDENCE

STONERIDGE RESIDENCE

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RIVER ROAD

ENGAWA HOUSE

GREEN FIN HOUSE

河岸别墅

Engawa 住宅

绿色节能型别墅

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SUNSET PLAZA RESIDENCE

BUTTERNUT RESIDENCE

ACQUA VILLA

美国 USA

日落广场别墅

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目录

乔治亚池塘住宅

巴特纳公馆

沉睡谷别墅

斯通里奇别墅

水景别墅


瑞士 Switzerland

090 MIDVALE COURTYARD HOUSE

134 德国 Germany

米德韦尔庭院别墅

LAKE HOUSE 湖畔别墅

112 加拿大 Canada

HAUS AM WEINBERG

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ARMADA HOUSE

HOUSE ZOCHENTAL

阿曼达别墅

中圣别墅

COUNTRY CLUB RESIDENCE

葡萄园别墅

墨西哥 Mexico

乡村俱乐部公馆

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MARY LAKE RESIDENCE

CASA VERDE

玛丽湖住宅

卡萨韦尔迪别墅

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MAZA HOUSE

HOUSE 19

BER CARLSWALD

马萨别墅

19 号别墅

雕塑住宅

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244

SYMPHONY

HOUSE MOSI DYLAN HWANG

韩国 Korea(R.O.)

交响乐式别墅

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252

GA ON JAI

MARMOL Y BAMBÚ

NETTLETON 195

Ga On Jai 别墅

大理石和竹材别墅

奈特尔登 195 住宅

Mosi Dylan Hwang 住宅

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TAT BASSONIA

西班牙 Spain

南非 South Africa

Tat Bassonia 别墅

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VIVIENDA B&N

ALBIZIA HOUSE

HOUSE MUNGLE

B&N 别墅

Albizia 别墅

芒格尔别墅

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228

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BALCONY HOUSE

SGNW HOUSE

HOUSE COCHRANE

阳台式豪宅

SGNW 别墅

科克伦别墅


326 塞内加尔 Senegal

阿根廷 Argentina

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CLIFF HOUSE

CARRARA HOUSE

崖边别墅

卡拉拉住宅

AMIN RESIDENCE Amin 住宅

澳大利亚 Australia

332 乌拉圭 Uruguay

印尼 Indonesia

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LA BOYITA 拉波义塔别墅

COLEMAN RESIDENCE— CITY BEACH HOUSE 科尔曼住宅——海湾住宅

ALAM FAMILY RESIDENCE 阿拉姆家庭别墅

印度 India

342 KEW HOUSE 3 邱园 3 号别墅

348 INDEX 索引

318 THE COURTYARD HOUSE 庭院别墅

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LOCATION Austin, Texas, USA 升腾之翼别墅

SOARING WINGS ARCHITECT Winn Wittman

FIRM Winn Wittman Architecture

Soaring Wings is divided into public and private wings. These wings are separated by a two-story, glass-and-steel bridge with stainless-steel ceilings. The master suite occupies the entire lower level of the private wing, and consists of a bedroom and sitting area, his and hers walk-in closet/dressing rooms, and the bath area. The focal point of the bath area is the 3,200-pound bathtub carved from a single block of grey granite that sits in a bed of Mexican beach pebbles, which comes through the floor-to-ceiling glass from the Japanese rock garden beyond. There are his and hers granite vanities, and a steam shower with body sprays and fixtures designed by Phillipe Starck. Soaring over the closets and bath area, is a vaulted ceiling featuring a Venetian

AREA 567 m2

PHOTOGRAPHER Thomas McConnell, Casey Dunn

Plaster surface. There is a media room which is capable of being set up for the optimum home theater experience. The media room is alternatively designed to be reconfigured as a private office with a separate outside entrance. There is also a private wine cellar with shellstone entry and vaulted ceiling. Soaring Wings’ three levels are completely accessible to all regardless of age or disability. There is a three-story elevator which can comfortably accommodate five passengers or a person in a wheelchair. The elevator starts at the garage level and is ideal for bringing groceries up to the pantry and kitchen. It took the designer four years to complete the complex project. 011


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升腾之翼别墅设有公共空间和 私人空间两个侧翼。一个两层高的钢 结构玻璃通道将两个侧翼分开,通 道设有不锈钢天花板。主卧套房位

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哥海滩的一片鹅卵石床,另外浴室 还设有一个落地玻璃窗,材料来自 日本岩石园。浴室中还设有男女分 开的花岗岩梳妆台和蒸汽浴室,蒸 汽浴室内配有香体喷雾以及一些由 菲利普 • 斯塔克(法国著名设计师) 设计的浴室用品。衣帽间和浴室的 顶部是一个拱形的天花板,表面用 威尼斯灰泥涂饰。 别墅设有一间媒体室,设计精 巧,能够给人带来完美的家庭影院体

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所在的一层,乘坐电梯可方便快速 地将需要的食品、杂货送到食品储 藏室和厨房。设计师用了四年时间 完成了这个复杂的建筑项目。

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LOCATION Florida, USA 河岸别墅

RIVER ROAD ARCHITECT John Umbanhowar,Scott Hughes

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The River Road house, completed in 2009, is a complex composition, reminiscent of the canvases of Georges Braque, in which geometric forms appear and disappear in a constant dance of illusion and materiality. A glassskinned throughway connects and distinguishes the two dominant volumes, or towers, capturing light and adding to the sense of interior capaciousness. Exterior glass, limestone, stucco and mahogany outline, augment and anchor what otherwise might be a cacophony of disparate forms. Whether allegro, andante or largo, the varied rhythms of the internal structure are adroitly composed. Interior spaces are carefully orchestrated to conceal and reveal dramatic views to the water. In the same way, the arrangement of

program and use moves inhabitants through a logical gradient from public to private space, from activity to slumber, from conviviality to introspection. At either end of the longitudinal axis that connects the two domestic partitions, separate stairways enhance circulation and provide discrete access to the three-story parapets. The Bulthaup kitchen is enhanced by a sliding window wall which opens to an exterior courtyard, further collapsing the distinction between exterior and interior space, allowing cooling ocean breezes to breathe easily through the house. This effect further underscores the sense of spontaneous yet calculated arrangement.

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这栋河岸别墅竣工于 2009 年,建筑构造巧妙而复杂, 不禁让人联想到乔治 • 布拉克的油画,立体感极强,几何碎 块的拼接若隐若现,客观的物象与主观的幻想相互融合,达 到极致。中间的玻璃通道不仅连接了两个主体建筑(或称两 座塔楼),还将它们区分开来,这样的设计采光效果极佳, 使室内看起来更加宽敞明亮。此外,别墅外部的玻璃、石灰岩、 灰墁以及红褐色的轮廓线,这些原本不协调的元素,在此处 却尽显独特。 别墅的室内空间序列像音乐一样,通过丰富多样的韵律 变化体现美的感染力,有跳跃的韵律(似快板),有静态的 韵律(似行板),还有雄壮的韵律(似广板)。室内空间利 用引人注目的水景,并使其若隐若现,诱人前行。同样,室 内房间的布局也具有导向性,住户可通过一个方便的坡道从 公共空间到达私人空间,从活动区到达睡眠区,从宴会厅到 达静思室。一条纵向的轴线将这座别墅的两个部分连接起来, 并且每个部分都有自己单独的楼梯,这使得各部分的衔接更 流畅,同时也可以分别从不同的地方进入这个三层的别墅。 厨房设计为布尔托式,其中朝向庭院的一面墙设有推拉 窗,弱化了内部空间和外部空间的界限。推开窗子,凉爽的 海风便能穿透整个住宅。这样的效果更加突显出一种既随意 又刻意的设计感。

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LOCATION Los Angeles, USA

SUNSET PLAZA RESIDENCE ARCHITECT David Thompson, Jeremy Stoddart, Brooks Dunn, Kevin Southerland

FIRM Assembledge+

The design of the Sunset Plaza Residence is primarily driven by the motivation to extend the precedent established by the modern architect Schindler, Neutra and Maston in the Hollywood Hills. The site demanded that the design could address the dramatic views from inside out while still regulating the views from outside in. The Sunset Plaza Residence is a study of how slight variations on modernist forms can address the unique nature of the site. Simple geometric forms receive subtle shifts and breaks in response to program and take advantage of dramatic 180 degree views of the Los Angeles

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日落广场别墅

PHOTOGRAPHER Michael Weschler

basin. The upward inflection of the roof plane expands the view framed by the house facing south and west. In plan, vectors pivot around the service core of the house, emphasizing the sight lines of the house. The unusually flat site allows the house to take advantage of the entire site, a unique opportunity for a house in the Hollywood Hills. The site is developed as a series of outdoor spaces that interlock with the ground floor spaces of the house. The expansive living space at ground level presents an unusual connection of interior and exterior spaces for a hillside residence.


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这栋日落广场别墅的设计初衷是为了延续现代建筑大师辛德勒早期在好莱坞 山上打造的两栋别墅——努特拉别墅和马斯顿别墅的风格。该别墅的位置要求本 案的设计既要让丰富绚丽的室内景观拓展到室外,也要将室外的美丽风景引入室 内。日落广场别墅是研究如何尽可能忠于现代主义形式,利用一些细微的变化来 突显其独一无二的位置特征的范例。 别墅采用简单的几何形态,细微的变化和断层都是为了迎合设计的需求,也 可以更好地利用 180 度超大广角直视洛杉矶盆地的风景。屋顶平台向上弯曲,拓 宽了房屋向南、向西的视野。在设计上,别墅围绕其服务中心向四周延展,拓展 了别墅的视野。 虽然地处好莱坞山脉,但这所房子周边的地势却极其平坦,这个得天独厚的 地形优势被设计师充分进行了利用。在这块独特的用地上,一系列室外空间与一 楼的室内空间相连接。一楼的客厅宽敞开阔,非比寻常的室内外空间结合在这栋 山坡别墅上表现得淋漓尽致。

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LOCATION Orinda, California, USA

STEIN RESIDENCE ARCHITECT Swatt|Miers Architects

PHOTOGRAPHER Russell Abraham

On a majestic ridge with sweeping views of bucolic hillsides and valleys, the Stein Residence is an extreme makeover of a previous one-story, tile-roofed ranch house. Although sited advantageously on the southwest portion of the property, the original building suffered from low ceilings, a disjointed plan, and minimal glazing that failed to address its beautiful views. The strategy that evolved focused on constructing a new home, roughly within the original footprint, using the existing foundations where possible to reduce construction costs. The existing footprint was long and narrow and ran from east to west. Due to the length of the footprint and the magnificent views from the western side, the first design strategy was to create a long, linear path along the north edge, culminating with an entry court at the front door that is roughly centered on the east-west axis. The progression toward the entry is marked by the rhythm of a 034

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deep, open-welled, stucco-clad trellis overhead. This structure gives a sense of enclosure to the entry while allowing maximum daylight to reflect off the sides of the trellis. The entry splits the composition into two wings connected by a two-level living/ dining space. The east wing contains the guest suite, office and wine cellar at ground level, and three children’s bedrooms on the upper level. The west wing includes the family and kitchen spaces at the ground level, and the master suite and terrace on the upper level. Landscape features include a large patio, swimming pool and fire pit on the south side of the house, and a water feature marking the entry court on the north side. Despite the constraints of using an existing foundation, the building feels entirely new, with a strong spatial organization that reorients all of the main spaces to take full advantage of the beautiful view from this hilltop setting.


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斯坦别墅雄踞于壮丽的山脊上,使得富有田园气息的小山坡与溪谷一览无余。 尽管别墅位于大牧场的西南方,占据着有利地势,但原建筑的设计杂乱,顶棚偏低, 使用的玻璃也很少,无法突出优美的景色。建筑师一改先前瓦片屋顶的单层式住宅, 致力于打造一个全新住宅。而新别墅的占地面积大致与先前的一致,并沿用现存地 基,这样一来可以降低建筑成本。 现存地基从东至西,漫长而狭窄。考虑到用地的长度和西面的壮丽景色,设计 师采用的第一个策略就是沿着北边,打造一条幽长的线形小径,在前门入口处形成 一个庭院,而前门又大致处于房子的中心轴线上。前往入口的途中,有一些拉毛抹 灰棚架,它们错落相叠,颇具规律。这一结构虽使入口有种封闭感,但却能让阳光 在棚架间自由反射,通透明亮。 入口将别墅分成左右两翼,由一个双层的起居 / 餐饮空间相连。东侧翼底层包

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LOCATION Washington, USA Engawa 住宅

ENGAWA HOUSE ARCHITECT Stephen M.Sullivan

FIRM Stephen Sullivan Designs, PLLC

In Japanese architecture, Engawa refers to the south-facing veranda edge between the interior space and the garden—the zone of horizontal connection of inside and outside, house to garden, and symbolically, form to spirit. This idea is most directly expressed in the glassy openness on the lake side of the house where the covered walkways and second-floor terraces provide sheltered engagement with the outdoors. Other references to Japanese architecture can be seen in the layered horizontal roof forms, use of timber framing, horizontal fenestration, screening devices, and celebration of materials—especially wood. Light determined the basic form and design of the house. The organizing space of the house is the Light Core, a three-dimensional timber-framed structure holding up the central and highest tier of the roof. Designed to bring light into 048

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the core of the house throughout the day by means of its rooftop clerestory, it also serves as the primary spatial orientation of the home as well as its formal path of circulation. Metaphorically, it is the heart of the house. There were many technical challenges to address (such as the high water table, geothermal heating, and natural ventilation), and these were addressed in the typical process of analytical problem solving. A parallel intuitive process resolved analytical solutions into visible form. This part of the design process was unpredictable, open to possibility, and subject to change. The visual form of Engawa House represents the sometimes harmonious and sometimes clashing needs of these parallel paths of design.


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在日本的建筑中,Engawa 指的是位于室内空间和花园间朝南的长廊——横向连接室内与室外空间 的区域,从住宅到花园的区域,在象征性意义上,也是从形式到灵魂的延伸。这种概念主要体现在房子面 向湖边的一片明亮开阔的区域,这里,带屋顶的走廊和二楼露台为房屋与室外连接提供了掩护。其他的日 式建筑风格还体现在层叠的水平屋顶,木结构、平开窗、屏障的使用以及材料的展示——尤其是木材上。 光线决定了本案的基本架构和设计。空间布局是本建筑的核心亮点,一个三维的木框架结构支撑起屋 顶的中心部位和最高层。本案的设计意图是光线可以全天候照进室内,因而采用了屋顶天窗,天窗还起着 空间导向和空气流通的作用。打个比喻,天窗好比整栋房屋的心脏。 本案中存在很多需要解决的技术难题(如高地下水位、地热供暖和自然通风),这些难题通过典型的 分析流程而得到解决。并行的、直观的处理过程将解决方案落到了实处。这部分设计过程是不可预测的、 随机的,也是受外界变化制约的。Engawa 住宅的视觉形态体现了并行设计模式中时而和谐、时而冲突的 特点。

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LOCATION Minnesota, USA

GREEN FIN HOUSE ARCHITECT RKD Architects, Inc.

AREA 641 m2

PHOTOGRAPHER Jill Greer

This single-family home, completed in August 2009, sits on a small lot in a typical suburban neighborhood in Edina, Minnesota. The owners desired a contemporary home that was extremely sensitive to the environment and created a toxin-free, natural atmosphere for their young family. The Green Fin House is a sculptural composition of stone, wood and glass. It is set on a tight suburban lot, backing up to a golf course. This means that the “front 076

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yard” and “back yard” areas function in a manner familiar to many American neighborhoods. The owners of the home are dedicated to having an energyefficient, healthy home composed of natural, highly insulating, sustainable materials. Several alternative energy sources are in use in the home, and it is topped by a living roof. LEED gold certification is pending.


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这 座 独 栋 别 墅 于 2009 年 8 月竣工,位于美国明尼苏达州伊 代纳郊区一个典型的社区内。屋 主渴望拥有一套现代别墅,极其 重视住宅的内外环境,希望能为 下一代营造健康无毒、自然清新 的居住环境。这座绿色节能型别 墅可谓是一件由石头、木材和玻 璃组装在一起的雕塑艺术品。它 位于一个结构紧凑的近郊社区内, 毗邻高尔夫球场。它前后庭院的 功能设计多多少少与许多美国普 通住宅相似。屋主倾向于使用天 然高隔热的绿色环保材料,构建 成节能健康型住宅。别墅使用了 几种可替代能源,并设计有绿色 屋顶。这栋别墅已申请 LEED 金牌 认证。

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LOCATION Victoria, Canada 阿曼达别墅

ARMADA HOUSE ARCHITECT Keith Baker

FIRM KB Design

INTERIOR DESIGNER Sandy Nygaard

Nestled on a rocky slope near the top of Arbutus Road in Cadboro Bay, “Armada” is an artistic study in contemporary West Coast construction, a fine sculpture of space and simply a work of art. The foyer operates as the access point to the rest of the house. This inner connection point keeps the entire house in balance. This space funnels a cascading waterfall of natural light into the middle of the house through a profusion of windows. Clerestory windows (actually, skylights) slant downward, and thus act like a prism refracting light at acute angles. At the top of the stairs is a good-sized rooftop patio, which takes advantage of views to Juan de Fuca Strait and, on a clear day, the Olympic Mountains. The kitchen, dining and living areas are incorporated into an L-shape, with 098

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windows to the ceiling that slide open onto the terraced concrete deck. In the master suite, a curved half-wall anchors the built-in night tables and Asian-style bed, its unusual angle optimizing the views of the ocean and Garry oaks just outside the patio. Back down the stairs, through the atrium and over is Lorne’s private office with cherry built-in desk and stunning ocean view through a panoramic window. The lower level includes more useful spaces: a media room with vertical grain cherry panelling, projector and hidden access door; a large closet for the stereo controls; a temperature-controlled wine cellar; and a home gym with a large fullpiece bathroom.


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阿曼达别墅坐落于卡布罗湾爱彼特路的 一个岩石坡顶上,它已成为现代西海岸建筑 艺术研究的典范,一个精美的空间雕塑,一 件艺术品。门廊就是一个切入点,由此可以 通向别墅的其他地方。室内的衔接处确保了 整座别墅的设计平衡。别墅设计了大量的玻 璃窗,像漏斗一样将阳光收集到室内,自然 光洒进别墅,仿佛瀑布一样倾泻下来。建筑 的高侧窗(即天窗)向下倾斜,就像锐角的 玻璃棱镜一样,光线来回折射,使整个屋子 通透明亮。楼梯的顶部是一个露台,在此可 以一览胡安 • 德富卡海峡的美景;天气晴朗 的时候,还能欣赏奥林匹克山之景。 别墅的厨房、餐厅、起居室整体设计成 L 形结构,窗户直抵天花板,拉开窗户,可以 通往混凝土制的露台。主套间的弧形半高墙

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LOCATION Stuttgart, Germany

HAUS AM WEINBERG ARCHITECT UNStudio

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PHOTOGRAPHER Iwan Baan, Christian Richters

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The Haus am Weinberg is located in a setting that was at one time rural, yet suburban. The inner circulation, organisation of the views and the programme distribution of the house are determined by a single gesture, “the twist”. This is enabled by the building’s load bearing concrete structure which is reduced to a minimum. Roof and slabs are supported by four elements only: elevator shaft, two pillars and one inner column. A double-height, glazed corner — which houses the dining area — opens up to extensive views towards the northwest and frames the vineyard hill which forms the backdrop to the house. By means of sliding panes, this corner of the house can fully open up to further blur the boundaries between inside

and outside. The interior of the Haus am Weinberg is arranged into spaces of varying atmospheres and spatial qualities, with the four glazed and open corners allowing daylight to reach deep into the house. The material of the interior of the house further accentuates the overall atmosphere of light by means of natural oak flooring, natural stone and white clay stucco walls speckled with small fragments of reflective stone. In contrast, at the core of this light and flowing structure is a multi-purpose darker room, dedicated to music, masculine conviviality. The design of the garden landscaping extends the organisation of the house, with the garden forming a continuation of the diagonals of the floor plans and each division creating different zones for function and planting. 113


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1. Dining Room 2. Kitchen 3. Living Room 4. Multi-Purpose Room 5. Toilet 6. Dog Shower

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LOCATION SungNam, GyeongGi, Korea(R.O.) Ga On Jai 别墅

GA ON JAI ARCHITECT IROJE KHM Architects

AREA 643.50 m2

They translated traditional languages of Korean architecture into modern languages. Ring-like mass derived from application for inner court was solution of passing down the traditional exterior space. Black wing-roof was applied to resist weather condition, and to pass down traditional curved roof.

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他们将传统的韩式建筑语言转化成现代 语言。内部庭院的应用使建筑形成了一个环 形结构,从而使传统的外部空间得以延续。 黑色的翼形屋顶既可抵御恶劣的天气,又能 沿用传统的曲面屋顶。

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1.Gate 2.Garage 3.Front Madang(Lower Inner Court) 4.Toetmaru 5.Side Madang 6.Alley 7.Center Madang(Higher Inner Court) 8.Rear Madang(Lower Inner Court) 9.Toetmaru 10.Warwefall-garden 11.Streamlet 12.Outdoor Dining 13.Terrace 14.Sunken Madang 15.Home Theater 16.Entrance 17.Entrance Hall 18.Dinning 19.Kitchen 20.Utility Room 21.Service Yard 22.Office 23.Bamboo Screen 24.Bed Room 25.Living Room 26.Tea Room 27.Study Room 28.Upper Part of Dinning 29.Master Bed 30.Powder Room 31.Master Bath 32.Dress Room 33.Master Terrace 34.Study Terrace 35.Living Terrace-1 36.Living Terrace-2 37.Bed Room 38.Dress Room 39.Bath 40.Roof Garden 41.Fireplace 42.Upper Part of Entrance Hall 43.Bridge 44.Main Road 45.Rear Road 46.Public Green

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1.Gate 2.Garage 3.Front Madang(Lower Inner Court) 4.Toetmaru 5.Side Madang 6.Alley 7.Center Madang(Higher Inner Court) 8.Rear Madang(Lower Inner Court) 9.Toetmaru 10.Warwefall-garden 11.Streamlet 12.Outdoor Dining 13.Terrace 14.Sunken Madang 15.Home Theater 16.Entrance 17.Entrance Hall 18.Dinning 19.Kitchen 20.Utility Room 21.Service Yard 22.Office 23.Bamboo Screen 24.Bed Room 25.Living Room 26.Tea Room 27.Study Room 28.Upper Part of Dinning 29.Master Bed 30.Powder Room 31.Master Bath 32.Dress Room 33.Master Terrace 34.Study Terrace 35.Living Terrace-1 36.Living Terrace-2 37.Bed Room 38.Dress Room 39.Bath 40.Roof Garden 41.Fireplace 42.Upper Part of Entrance Hall 43.Bridge 44.Main Road 45.Rear Road 46.Public Green

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LOCATION Simbithi Eco-Estate, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa Albizia 别墅

ALBIZIA HOUSE ARCHITECT

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Nigel Tarboton

Tyrone Reardon

Metropole Architects

We were commissioned to design a contemporary family home on a 1 acre site, situated at the end of a spur, in Simbithi Eco-Estate. The client called for a home with an overriding sense of simplicity but with a high degree of sophistication. All the living areas and bedroom suites face onto a panoramic vista, which includes a dense forest down-slope from the house. The palette of natural materials, including timber screens, decking and cladding, off-shutter concrete and stone cladding, juxtapose with the aggressive architectural form-making, creating a home that is not only visually and spatially exciting, but also comfortable and intimate. The extensive use of water in the design of the home includes a 25-metre lap pool with a glass panel between the water and the basement cinema room, and a shallow but expansive reflective pond on the approach side, which mirrors the building day and night, and evokes a sense of tranquility.

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AREA 1,000 m2

PHOTOGRAPHER Grant Pitcher

The architectural style of the home is heavily influenced by the “Googie” architecture of the American architect John Lautner. The origin of the name “Googie” dates to 1949, when architect John Lautner designed the West Hollywood coffee shop, “Googie”, which had distinct architectural characteristics. “Googie” architecture is a form of modern architecture and a subdivision of futurist architecture with stylistic conventions influenced by, and representing 1950s American society’s fascination and marketing emphasis on futuristic design, car culture, jets, the Space Age, and the Atomic Age. “Googie” was also characterized by design forms symbolic of motion, including upswept roofs, curvaceous geometric shapes, and the bold use of glass, steel and neon, the spirit of which is embodied in Albizia House.


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我们公司受屋主委托,在斯姆比斯生态庄园的一个山坡顶 端设计一座现代家庭别墅,占地面积为 4 047 平方米。屋主要 求别墅最主要的是具有简约感,最好还能体现一种高度复杂的 设计感。 别墅内部,各个起居室和卧室套间的布局设计巧妙,能将 窗外的景色尽收眼底,包括那片沿别墅缓坡而下的茂密森林。 别墅采用多种天然材料建成,包括木屏风、装饰板条、贴 面材料、混凝土和石料贴面等。这些天然材料以新颖脱俗的形 式被应用在建筑中,使得这座别墅在视觉和空间感受上令人心 情愉悦,同时也备感亲密舒适。别墅中还有多处水景设计,其 中包括一个 25 米的小泳池,与地下影院相连,中间只隔着一 层玻璃板;在邻近别墅的一侧,还设有一个浅而宽的倒影池, 它能像镜子一样反射出整个建筑在白天和夜晚的不同景致,营 造出一种静谧感。 别墅的建筑风格深受“古吉”建筑风格的影响。“古吉” 建筑是由美国当代建筑师约翰 • 劳特纳设计的,“古吉”一名 的来源可以追溯到 1949 年,那时,约翰 • 劳特纳设计了西好 莱坞的一间咖啡店,取名为“古吉”,极具迥异的建筑特色。 “古吉”建筑是现代建筑的一种形式,也是未来主义建筑的一 个分支,它受 20 世纪 50 年代美国社会所推崇的流行元素和市 场走向的影响,当时的社会风尚将目光集中于未来主义设计、 汽车产业文化、喷气式飞机、太空时代和原子时代,而“古吉” 建筑同时也是这些元素的象征。“古吉”建筑的另一特色是富 有动感特征的设计形式,包括向上弯曲的屋顶,颇具曲线美感 的几何外形,玻璃、钢铁与霓虹灯的大胆使用,这一特色在 Albizia 别墅中也得到完美体现。

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LOCATION Cape Town, South Africa 奈特尔登 195 住宅

NETTLETON 195 ARCHITECT SAOTA — Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects

INTERIOR DESIGNER Antoni Associates

This family home defines itself primarily by the way the principal living spaces at level two relate to the surrounding portions of site. This floor accommodates two generous living rooms, an open plan kitchen and triple volume dining room. Virtually all rooms open out to adjacent terraces or garden spaces, which allows the house to fully utilize the small property. A dramatic open tread staircase and lift core, with a generous skylight creates a central spine which connects all the floors comfortably. Even the lowest level — which is a predominantly double volume gallery space formed by the cavernous space below the main living level and the steep natural ground line —has generous natural light via the stairwell and skylights. This floor accommodates a cellar, large wall surfaces for the client’s art collection, pool table, bar and open media room. The next half level accommodates the staff quarters and plant room. As noted above, the second floor accommodates the main living rooms, which enjoy fantastic views, and connection to portions of gardens to the east and north. The third and fourth floor accommodates four west facing en suite bedrooms, a triple garage, a study and the entrance hall at street level. Views and a unique set of finishes enrich the otherwise compact size of most rooms. All rooms enjoy fantastic views and connection to the exterior. Art walls are highlighted in the interior and the configuration of the interior décor was designed to show these off. Robust finishes were used internally including unpainted galvanised steel, off shutter concrete, zinc wall cladding all of which are softened with an abundance of hard and soft woods used with rich stonework. Bespoke furniture adds to the gallery environment creating a rich interior of depth and refinement which is timeless.

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这座住宅的独特之处在于其二层的生活空间和周 边的其他部分相连。这一层有两个宽敞的起居室、一 个开放式厨房和一个相当于厨房三倍大的餐厅。实际 上,该住宅所有的房间都向附近的梯田和花园敞开, 这样一来,有限的用地就被充分地利用起来。 引人注目的开放式楼梯和带天窗的电梯井仿佛整 个住宅的脊柱,恰到好处地连接着住宅的每一层。即 使是建筑的最底层,也有大量的自然光通过楼梯井和 天窗直射进来。最底层是一个双层高的长廊,该长廊 是一个洞穴式地下空间,位于主生活楼层下方,地平 线以下。这一层设有一个地窖、一面供主人收集艺术 藏品使用的大型功能墙、一个桌球台、吧台和开放的 多媒体室。另一半空间是员工的宿舍和机械设备房。 如上所述,二层是主要的生活空间,这里视野开阔, 风景宜人,同时也和东部与北部的部分花园相连。三 层和四层有四个朝西的卧室、一个可以容纳三辆车的 车库、书房以及一个与街道同高的门廊。优美的风景、 独具特色的陈设让大部分房间的布局都合理紧凑。 在这个住宅的所有房间都可以欣赏美丽的风景, 所有的房间都与外部相通。艺术墙体是室内设计的亮 点,内部装饰的搭配更彰显了其独特的设计。室内装 饰材料持久耐用,原色镀锌钢板、只经过表层处理的 混凝土、包锌墙体,搭配大量硬木、软木以及丰富的 石雕工艺,显得刚柔有度、自然和谐。长廊中的定制 家具,让室内空间看上去更加深邃精美、持久永恒。

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LOCATION South Africa

HOUSE COCHRANE

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ARCHITECT Metropole Architects

Inspired by traditional Thai architecture, this project fused far eastern tropical forms with modern western living. The extensive accommodation brief and the steep topography allowed the structure to be fragmented in several

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该建筑的设计灵感来源于泰国传统的建筑风格,将东方的热带风情与西方的都市生活完美地融合在一起。庞大 的建筑体量与险峻的地势,使建筑的整体结构分成多个部分。每部分都有自己独立的屋顶,它们顺势而下,鳞次栉比, 像一个小村庄,周围环绕着沿海地带的植物,显得郁郁葱葱。

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LOCATION Dakar, Senegal 崖边别墅

CLIFF HOUSE ARCHITECT SAOTA — Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects

INTERIOR DESIGNER Antoni Associates

Built on the site of an old World War II bunker on the edge of a cliff, Cliff House maximizes its commanding position to create a house that is not only dramatic but, with the incorporation of historical elements, also quite magical and mysterious. The ground floor of the house, designed to facilitate seamless indoor and outdoor living and entertainment, is arranged in an L-shape around the pool, the pool terrace and the garden. The formal living and dining areas project out over the cliff where they hang over the Atlantic Ocean enjoying panoramic sea views as well as a view back to the house. The kitchen includes both an open or “American” part and a separate traditional kitchen. This together with the garage and staff facilities runs along the east-west axis and the northern side of

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the boundary. The main bedroom and the two children’s rooms are placed on this upper level. One of the features of the house is the spiral staircase which is clad in stainless steel, while the treads use white granite. To add to the sense of continuity between the levels, stainless steel rods run from the first floor handrail to the lower ground floor, making the stairwell look like a sculptural steel cylinder. A skylight above the stairwell as well as floor-to-ceiling glazing in the lounges adds to the sense of transparency. The main bedroom suite opens up onto a large terrace which is the roof of the more formal living wing of the house and the element which projects out to the ocean. The main bathroom opens out onto a private garden and outdoor shower. 285


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该别墅坐落于一个悬崖边。在第二次世界大战期 间,那里曾是一个地堡所在地。设计师最大程度地利 用了崖边别墅居高临下的地理位置,并将历史元素融 入其中,使别墅不仅引人入胜 , 而且富有魔幻而神秘 的色彩。别墅的底层呈 L 形分布,设有游泳池、泳池 露台以及花园 , 使得室内、外的生活空间与娱乐区域 结合得天衣无缝。布置井然有序的起居室和餐厅探出 崖外,悬浮于大西洋之上,向前可以饱览海洋的全貌, 转身亦可欣赏别墅的风光。厨房包括一个开放的美式 厨房和一个独立的传统厨房。整个厨房区域连同车库

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以及户外设施分布于别墅北部的边缘,呈东西走向。 主卧室和两间儿童房位于楼上。不锈钢螺旋式楼梯是 别墅的一大特色,楼梯的台阶则采用白色花岗岩。为 了增加楼层之间的连续感,不锈钢柱从二楼的扶手起, 直通一楼,使楼梯井宛如一个精雕细琢的钢筒。楼梯 井上方的天窗以及娱乐室的落地玻璃窗为房屋增添了 些许通透感。主卧室朝向巨大的平台,别墅内精心布 置的厢房和伸向海洋的区域均以平台为顶。主浴室朝 向私人花园和户外淋浴。

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Legend 1. Cinema 2. Service Area 3. Bedrooms 4. Pond 5. Gym 6. Kitchen 7. Entrance 8. Lounge 9. Study 10. Pool 11. Terrace 12. Garage 13. Entrance Gate 14. Gate House

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Legend 1. Cinema 2. Service Area 3. Bedrooms 4. Pond 5. Gym 6. Kitchen 7. Entrance 8. Lounge 9. Study 10. Pool 11. Terrace 12. Garage 13. Entrance Gate 14. Gate House

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Legend 1. Cinema 2. Service Area 3. Bedrooms 4. Pond 5. Gym 6. Kitchen 7. Entrance 8. Lounge 9. Study 10. Pool 11. Terrace 12. Garage 13. Entrance Gate 14. Gate House

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LOCATION La Boyita, Punta Del Este, Uruguay 拉波义塔别墅

LA BOYITA ARCHITECT Estudio Martin Gomez Arquitectos, Gonzalo Veloso

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AREA 600 m2

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With a unique plot, due to its size, location and views, the owner could only dream for a relaxed and peaceful summer house. In order to satisfy his demand we decided to enhance its views while protecting its outdoor areas. The project consists of five blocks which contain a main block with a living and dining area with the best views to the sea and its swimming pool, which is completely protected from the wind placed in the center of the project.

The other blocks contain a service area and other guest room blocks. This independence is crucial to make its guests get the feeling of being alone in a hotel. The gallerias that surround these concrete blocks end up, creating the idea of outdoor living rooms and creating a fluid transition between the interior and the exterior with a fantastic panoramic view.

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鉴于项目用地的规模、地理位置和周围的风景等因素,房屋的主人非常渴望拥 有一个安宁而自在的避暑别墅。为了满足主人的要求,建筑师决定在保护室外环境 的基础上,进一步突出室外风景。 整个项目分为五部分。生活区和用餐区是主要部分,拥有观海的最佳视角。游

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泳池位于项目用地的中央,以免受强风的侵袭。其他部分包括服务区和客房区。客 房区单独布置,是为了让客人感觉如同独自居于宾馆一般舒适、惬意。 风雨回廊环绕着这些混凝土建筑,令建筑师产生了灵感,将起居室建在户外, 通过创造奇妙的全景视野,使室内外实现了流畅的过渡。


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LOCATION Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

THE COURTYARD HOUSE ARCHITECT Hiren Patel

FIRM Hiren Patel Architects

The Courtyard House is designed with a grid of 7’x7’. The house has been designed in such a way that all the living spaces and passage face open space and garden, which was also the main design concept since its inception, thus creating a central courtyard which holds the reflection pool making it a major design element. This also makes the design an introvert one, leaving garden at backside but still visible and accessible from all the rooms of house. Formal living room comes first along with 2 bedrooms followed by 9’ wide passage parallel to central courtyard and reflection pool. Passage ends to dining room and family room. This area is a maximum used area, thus has a big verandah all three sides, which adds the value to north side garden. This house has big-sized openings and skylight to allow ample amount of light to enter

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庭院别墅

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house throughout the day. It is also a crucial feature in Ahmedabad climate. Here light is essential but not a scorching heat. Screens and deep verandah protect these huge openings from harsh sun. Verandahs also become wonderful outdoors spaces during relatively cool evenings and mornings. The Courtyard House is made of RCC roof structure covered with wood. Also verandah and upper rooms are covered with wood. Floors are covered with natural marble stone & wooden planks. Custom designed doors and windows are made of wood and laminated glass. Basic principles of architecture have been applied to the house and use of art & art-objects makes the spaces of “timeless” quality.


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庭 院 别 墅 的 外 观 设 计 有 一 系 列 7 英 尺 x7 英 尺 ( 约 2.13 米 x2.13 米 ) 的格子。它遵循这样一种设计理念:所有生活空间和走 廊都朝向开放的空间和花园,营造出一个有倒影池的中心庭院, 这也是此别墅最主要的一个设计元素。别墅花园设计在房间的后 面,使建筑整体有一种不张扬的收敛效果,但从别墅的每个房间 仍可以看到或走进花园。 走进别墅,首先看到的是正客厅和两间卧室,紧接着是一条 9 英尺(约 3.28 米)宽的走廊,与中心庭院和倒影池平行,而走 廊的尽头是餐厅和家庭娱乐室。这个区域是利用率最高的地方, 三面都各有一个大的游廊,这也为北边的庭院添色不少。别墅设 有大型的门窗和天窗,使室内空间在整个白天都沐浴在阳光中。 考虑到印度艾哈迈德巴德的主要气候特征,设计师采用屏风和半 遮蔽式游廊,使开放空间免受烈日炙烤,同时又能保证照射到屋 内的阳光明媚却不强烈刺眼。另外,在相对凉爽的清晨和夜晚, 这些游廊便成了绝佳的户外活动场所。 庭院别墅的屋顶由碾压混凝土筑成。屋顶表面、游廊和别墅 上层的房屋都以木板覆盖。地板采用天然大理石和木质地板;定 制门窗则由木材和夹层玻璃制成。另外,设计师将基本的建筑原 则应用到别墅建筑中,采用恰当的艺术品,营造出永恒的空间感。

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LOCATION India Amin 住宅

AMIN RESIDENCE ARCHITECT Dipen Gada

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FIRM Dipen Gada & Associates

TEAM Rinkesh Panchal, Shruti Patel, Shalini Pereira, Dolly Pari

AREA 766 m2

PHOTOGRAPHER Tejas Shah


Situated at the outskirts, this land is surrounded with a lot of greenery. The brief of the owner was to create an open plan which could communicate well with all areas, and the owner left the rest on the architects wherein they had good amount of freedom to design. The architecture mainly translates the house into three different blocks. One being a white block which serves as an entrance into the house. Second being the wooden block clad with sesame wood pattis to create an uneven texture. The third is the double-heighted skewed block on the side of the pool. Together these three create an interesting skewed facade with straight lines. The architects’ ideology is mainly based on a minimalistic approach where less is more. The layout is also quite organized and at the same time interactive. The layout is such that each area is well connected with outdoors and there is perfect communication between public and private areas of the house. The bridge between public and private areas is the dining room which is very well connected with living room, home theatre, kitchen one side and all bedrooms the other side. It also flows into the outdoor areas consisting of swimming pool

and Zen garden. The huge and shallow water body creates a nice mirroring effect of the front facade and also doubles up as a soft water feature. The beautiful walkway of the house, which floats on this water body, leads one to the entry foyer where an antique wooden chest with three welcoming statues awaits one. The tree motif on rough wall creates a wonderful backdrop of this area. The skylight enhances this rough wall with natural daylight during daytime. The foyer is placed such that it connects to the living as well as the home theatre. The main hub of the house is the dining where all the public and private areas converge. The twelve-seater dining table here has an antique finish with a similar looking divider and crockery unit. Two large openings on both sides of the dining connect it to the swimming pool on one side and Zen garden on the other. This area further flows into the central foyer of the house which is connected to the four bedrooms on ground floor and a staircase which leads to another bedroom on first floor.

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本案地处郊外,四周绿意 盎然。业主的理念是打造一个 开放式的空间,各区域合理相 通。其余的设计就交给建筑师, 给他们提供大量自由发挥的空 间。 住宅主要分为三个不同的 板块。第一板块是一栋白色的 建筑,也是房子的入口。第二 板块的建筑以木材为主,包以 芝麻木,形成了凹凸不平的纹 理。第三板块是水池旁斜向布 置的建筑。三个板块有机结合, 用直线打造斜向的立面,妙趣 横生。 建筑师的基本理念是崇尚 简约,即用最少的空间形式、 最简单的艺术形式,表现丰富 的概念。房屋的布局井然有序, 相辅相成。室内的每一区域都 合理地与室外相连,公共区域 和私人区域完美衔接。餐厅是 连接公共区域和私人区域的桥 梁,一边连接客厅、家庭影院 和厨房,另一边通向卧室,同 时也通往室外泳池和禅意花 园。 水池宽而浅,房屋的前立 面倒映在水中,形成一个柔美 的水景。一条优美的步行小路

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浮于水面,通往入口门厅,门 厅处摆放一个古色古香的木箱 和三个雕塑,好似在等待迎接 客人的到来。毛石墙面上的树 形图案构成了该区域的完美背 景。白天,自然光通过天窗挥 洒到室内,进一步渲染了毛石 墙面的效果。此外,门厅如此 布置也保证了其与客厅和家庭 影院的连接。 餐厅区域是室内的中心, 公共区域和私人区域汇聚于 此。仿古餐桌前摆放 12 把餐椅, 配有造型类似的隔板和陶器。 餐厅两侧的开放式区域分别通 向水池和禅意花园。该区域一 直通向中央的门厅,与门厅相 连的是位于一楼的四个卧室以 及通向二楼卧室的楼梯。

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LOCATION Australia

COLEMAN RESIDENCE— CITY BEACH HOUSE ARCHITECT iredale pedersen hook

TEAM Adrian Iredale, Finn Pedersen, Martyn Hook, Rebecca Angus, Giancarlo Belviso, Kylene Tan

The Coleman Residence explores the illusion of the home as a holiday retreat, exploiting the tapering boundaries with a vanishing point that meets in the neighbouring property. It engages with the possibility of spatial illusion resulting from the perspective approach to spatial construction and the relationship of the everyday experience of the family residence. The vanishing point is denied visibility by a wall at the end of the property that serves to exaggerate the illusion with an installation by the artist Jurek Wybraniec. Analogous to a wedge of Camembert cheese, the tactile and delicious materials are reserved for the interior spaces and courtyards. The large, anonymous, external white walls 332

AREA 653 m2

科尔曼住宅——海湾住宅

PHOTOGRAPHER Patrick Bingham-Hall, Peter Bennetts

resonate as powerful barriers, carefully concealing the internal richness of the private world. All spaces are organized as a series of wedges that connect to the illusory vanishing point. These wedges collect interior and exterior space. Driving through the middle of the residence is a wedge of recycled jarrah, a large deck that starts at the street boundary and ends 1.5m back from the rear boundary. This wedge connects the interior and exterior forming spaces of ambiguity and creating a resonating curved court that brings the exterior deep into the interior.


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The clients came to our office with the intention of moving into property development. Common ground was that they were focused on presenting projects with high design content supporting a different visual approach. In the early design phase we were looking to create an open, more interactive street presence which led to a very different design response. The actual front facade is inspired by the study of 1960s and early 1970s stereo cabinets with the slatted timber reflecting the slotted speaker elements, in this case they accommodate the covered entry and private en-suite window. The house sits lightly balanced on angled steel posts again reminiscent of the stereo cabinet legs, which afford the house the appearance of floating out across the land. The project sits well in its treed environs, Silvertop Ash was chosen as the cladding because its eventual grey colour will blend completely and afford a sense of belonging in the treed backdrop. Silvertop Ash timber has a unique ability to assimilate into the surrounds, offering a very different visual affect. To the north the timber is still evident but only on the third storey—as from this vantage point we wanted the upper level to appear 342

as a tree house. ExoTec Facade Panel System is the other main material used because it offers a refreshing contrast to the timber. The cut-out element of the living area window directs the line of sight down to the pool, BBQ area and backyard space while protecting privacy. The interior begins with a flat veneer wall on approach. Its intention is to create the feeling of being at the base of a huge tree. Practically, it houses the cloak, powder room, cellar and on into the integrated kitchen. It’s all achieved with hidden doors that, when opened, offer an unexpected surprise. This house is open yet private and the timber feature wall of the interior invites a journey of discovery. The cantilevered box on the street facade internally houses the day bed and library which interacts with the study space. The study has a glass splash back wall chosen for it's ability to reflect the outer landscape. A dumbwaiter is included which travels up from the garage into the scullery that resides behind one of the four integrated doors in the kitchen area. The classic Calcutta marble has been used in the bathrooms, while the kitchen has Caesar stone bench tops and a preparation cube at the end of the main island bench.


LOCATION Victoria, Australia 邱园 3 号别墅

KEW HOUSE 3 ARCHITECT Vibe Design Group

AREA 412 m2

MATERIAL Silvertop Ash Timber, Exotec Façade Panel System, Glass, Steel, Render

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South Elevation/Street 客户来到我们的工作室,表明有意进军房地产开发行业,双方的共同点在于其都 专注于推出那些满意度高而又具有别样视觉效果的项目。 在设计的初期,我们试图打造一种开放性的、更加互动的街区面貌,以期形成一 种完全不同的设计效果。 实际上,房子的正立面是受 20 世纪 60 年代及 70 年代早期立体式音箱柜的启发

North Elevation 它与木材形成了一种清新悦目的对比。 生活区窗户的图案和花纹元素将视线引向下方的泳池、烧烤区及后院空间,同时 也保护了隐私。 进入室内,首先映入眼帘的是一面平坦的饰面墙,试图营造出一种身处大树底部 的感觉。

而设计,木制板条映射着有凹槽的扬声器,与隐蔽的入口及套窗相一致。房屋在角钢

实际上,室内空间包括衣帽间、化妆间、地下室,再往里还有一个整体式厨房,

柱上轻松保持平衡,这再次让人联想起立体音箱的脚柱,同时也使整个房子看起来像

这种效果主要取决于一道道暗门。当开启这些门时,会给人一个出乎意料的惊喜。房

是漂浮在地面之上。

屋既开放又隐蔽,室内的木纹墙面会带你开启一段发现之旅。面向街道的一面外墙伸

建筑物周围绿植环绕,银顶白蜡桉被选作外墙材料,这是因为它最终会变为灰色, 从而与周背景环境完全融合。

出一个悬臂式结构,内部有一张沙发床及一个与书房相通的藏书室。书房采用玻璃墙面, 透过玻璃可以欣赏室外的景观。

银顶白蜡桉具有融入周围环境的独特能力,可以形成一种完全不同的视觉效果。

室内还安装了一个升降机,它从车库直接通向厨房的餐具储藏室,而这个储藏室

在北面,木材的痕迹仍旧明显,但只是在第三层——正是在这个有利位置,我们希望

就位于四扇整体门中的一扇门后。卫生间采用经典的加尔各答大理石装饰,厨房则采

上层的建筑看起来像一个树屋。我们使用的另一种主要材料是 ExoTec 外墙面板系统,

用凯撒石作为工作台台面,工作台的一端是一个方形的准备台。 345


Lower Plan 346

Middle Plan


Legend

Upper Plan

1. Garage 2. Laundry 3. Gym/Rumpus 4. Guest Bedroom/Movie Room 5. Powder Room/Ensuite 6. Lower Outdoor Entertaining Area 7. Bbq 8. Swimming Pool 9. Entry 10. Cloak 11. Powder Room 12. Cellar 13. Scullery 14. Kitchen 15. Dining 16. Lounge 17. Outdoor Entertaining Area 18. Study 19. Daybed & Library 20. Master Bedroom 21. Walk in Robe 22. Master Ensuite 23. Study Nook 24. WC 25. Bedroom 26. Dual Ensuite

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INDEX

索引

Liebel / Architekten BDA

id-ea

Liebel / Architekten was founded in 2000 by Bernd Liebel. It’s based in Aalen, Germany. Meanwhile there is a total of 16 architects working on projects in these areas: residential, commercial ( bank and factory ), educational ( kindergarten and school ), sports. The practice of L/A architects has received numerous, international awards. Many projects result from successful competitions.

id-ea is Elsye Alam, an award-winning interdisciplinary multiplatform designer based in San Francisco. She is from Borneo, Indonesia, received her B Arch from Tarumanagara University, Jakarta, Indonesia in 2001 and obtained her M Arch from SCI_Arc MR+D program in 2003. Her creative output can be appreciated through her extensive portfolio of work from graphic, animation, web design to interior and architecture.

iredale pedersen hook

Andrés Remy Arquitectos

iredale pedersen hook is a progressive, young architecture practice with studios in Perth and Melbourne and a rapidly expanding diverse body of work throughout Australia. Their projects have won multiple awards including two honorable mentions in the Architectural Review(UK) Awards for Emerging Architecture.

Andrés Remy Arquitectos is a principle in designing to mix functionality and design founded by Andres Remy. Over its six years of existence, the studio’s d e s i g n s h a v e b e e n a w a rd e d n a t i o n a l l y a n d internationally. Currently, the studio is considered as one of the best studios that offer premium designs in Argentina.

Bruns Architecture

Eduardo Hernandez Chavez

Bruns Architecture is a small group of passionate and dedicated architects. The firm was founded in 2008 with the simple goal of designing and building well. We believe that through careful listening, rigorous study, strong relationships, and innovative thinking we can improve our spatial surroundings by delivering thoughtful, lasting architecture. We believe that every project deserves unique attention. We enjoy developing relationships with our clients, learning who they are and how they live and work, and comprehending their needs, aspirations and dreams. Through this process of discovery we help distill the essence of the project. The resulting vision becomes an invaluable tool that cultivates the design and construction process. We believe that our holistic approach is what sets us apart. Specializing in highly crafted residential and commercial design, we offer a full range of architectural and design services from initial concept and planning through final detailing, construction administration and furniture design.

D e g re e i n A rc h i t e c t u re a n d U r b a n i s m f ro m Iberoamericana University in Mexico City, additional administration studies at ITAM (Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico) on subjects related with urban development. His office CHK arquitectura, has realized numerous works in urban image, urban design and master planning; amongst others image restoration for selected zones in Mexico City’s historical center, high rise residential development designs, both in the city as well as in the Mexican coast, and mainly with a long and consummate experience in custom made urban single family houses, private apartments interiors, as well as vacation villas in the hills and in the coast. Other works include corporate and government offices. His work has had several national recognition, both in his interior design and architectural work. He has been professor at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterry(ITESM) in Queretaro, and has lectured at Universidad Iberoamericana, Anahuac University and Harvard.

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KB Design

Stephen M.Sullivan

KB Design (Keith Baker Design Inc.), as a member of the Canadian Home Builders Association, was established by Canadian designer Keith Baker in Victoria, B.C. in 1989 as a residential design practice specializing in the design of unique custom homes and well integrated renovations and additions. His works have been widely published and featured on thousands of websites profiling Contemporary West Coast and modern residential design.

Education Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Master of Architecture, 1981 Wesleyan University, Bachelor of Arts, High Honors in Art, 1973 Professional Associations American Institute of Architects Registered Architect, State of Washington Registered Architect, State of New York

Altius Architecture

RKD Architects, Inc.

Altius is an award-winning full service architecture, interior design and construction management firm. Spearheading environmental project initiatives, Altius has a mandate to provide exceptional buildings with a focus on sustainability and continues to move towards a complete, holistic and collaborative approach to building.

RKD Architects, Inc. established in Vail, Colorado in 1989 by Sally Rich Brainerd, AIA and Jack Krusen Snow, AIA specializes in resort and mountain architecture. Each RKD project is an integration of context, environment, design skills and individual clients’ tastes to create unique, site-specific architecture.

Nico van der Meulen Architects

Hiren Patel Architects

Nico van der Meulen is the founding member and CEO of Nico van der Meulen Architects. As architects and interior designers the firm specializes in designing up-market residential and exclusive commercial developments, for both private individuals and companies. Nico van der Meulen Architects has designed more than 4,000 buildings during the past 40 years, many of which have received international acclaim and some as far afield as the USA, France, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Russia and many African countries. The firm is known for designing some of South Africa’s most beautiful homes. The firm subscribed to a philosophy of functionalism from the very start and insists that all designs should be sustainable and energy efficient, as Nico is a registered Green Certified Professional and member of the Green Building Council of South Africa.

In my architectural practice spanning rich 25 years, I have gone through several ups and downs, small ones and big ones, growing with every challenge, adapting to prevailing conditions to tide me through the worst crisis. This journey has taught me through wonderful experience to introspect about the intricate idiom with ease. In my quest for excellence, I have poured into my work passion, commitment, wholehearted enthusiasm, hope and my energy. And I hope to maintain just such a level of integrity and commitment in all my work as long as I live. Hiren Patel Architects started out as a small firm that has grown exponentially by accepting every challenge that came its way. Our initial success came from designing high rises in Ahmadabad, our base. Thereafter, we have not looked back by aiming ever higher. Today, our palette of work covers everything from a small residence to heritage buildings and palaces to huge entertainment complexes, from an individual shop to large commercial megaliths.

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Vibe Design Group

Barnes Coy Architects

Vibe Design Group located in Melbourne, Australia, whose Principal Designer is Michael O’Sullivan, is a multi-award winning practice with a passion for design and a focus on excellence. It specializes in residential and commercial design solutions.

Barnes Coy Architects is a 20-year-old firm which has realized over 250 projects throughout the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. The firm consists of 15 people, including 12 architects divided among three offices: Bridgehampton, NY; Vail, CO; and NYC.

John Umbanhowar & Scott Hughes

A-cero Joaquin Torres Architects

John Umbanhowar John Umbanhowar, AIA is partner of HUUM’S Los Angeles office. He brings an essential dose of rigorous intensity tempered by levity to the entire process, which contributes to the distinctive work and close knit relationships that hughesumbanhowar is best known for.

Joaquin Torres and Rafael Llamazares constitute the architecture team known as A-cero. The key of A-cero work is to keep the theme of the idea throughout the whole process, from start to the crucial phase of the project management. In this sense, the "why" is as important as the "how." The project must be developed based on the more general concept to complete the definition of the smallest detail that materializes. A-cero is currently experiencing a significant internationalization process, with projects in Europe, UAE, Lebanon, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and U.S.

Scott Hughes Scott Hughes, AIA the Senior Partner of hughesumbanhowar architects has practiced architecture since 1980. He is a member of the Treasure Coast Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

House + House Architects

SAOTA — Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects

For 30 years House + House Architects has produced a diverse body of work reflecting their passion for site specific, well choreographed buildings throughout California, Mexico and the Caribbean. Committed to sustainability, their works incorporate natural light, ventilation, passive and solar heating, grey/rain water systems and recycled materials. In 1989 "Architecture" magazine featured House + House in their Discovery Issue on emerging talent. Since then they have received over 50 design awards and their works have been featured in numerous national and international publications including two monographs, "House + House Architects: Choreographing Space" (1999) and "Houses in the Sun: light movement embrace" (2008). Their stunning book, "Mediterranean Villages: An Architectural Jour ney" (2004), celebrates their investigations of vernacular architecture throughout the Mediterranean. Steven and Cathi House have lectured extensively throughout the United States and Mexico and have both served on the Advisory Council for Virginia Tech's College of Architecture. They have recently established CASA—a new architecture study abroad program based in Mexico.

SAOTA — Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects is driven by the dynamic combination of partners Stefan Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl and Greg Truen who share a potent vision easily distinguished in their buildings and an innovative and dedicated approach to the execution of projects internationally, nationally and locally. Projects range from large scale commercial and institutional to individual highend homes. The company has received numerous awards and commendations from some of the most respected institutions worldwide.

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HyoMan Kim HyoMan Kim is an architect who tries to draw the character of the space and the form of tradition of Korea(R.O.) with modern sense. He received a BA in architecture from Dankook University. Now he is principle of IROJE KHM Architects and current professor of architectural department of Sahmyook University. He has received many kinds of architectural awards including World Architecture Community Award and Arcasia Award.


Dipen Gada & Associates

taller5 arquitectos

Since its inception in 1993 DGA led by Mr.Dipen Gada has established itself as a leading design firm in Baroda and has made its presence felt through its innovative and contemporary designs. DGA is in the practice of working with project coordinators and this ensures the smooth running of its sites and the successful execution of technically challenging projects in a timely manner.

taller5 arquitectos was founded in 1994 by the architects Octavio Arreola Calleros and Elisa Lerma Garcia de Quevedo, integration of subsequent form architect Mariano Arrreola Calleros. Their creative activity has been recognized with several awards and recognitions as well their works have been published by different means in Mexico and abroad.

Metropole Architects

Swatt | Miers Architects

As a practice, we are inspired by the energy of the city, as it unceasingly moves, radiates and evolves like a vast living organism. We aim to generate design that stakes out new territory, and explore ideas that are intuitive, inventive, exuberant and daring. Enthused by visionary architects like John Lautner and Santiago Calatrava, we aspire to create iconic and progressive architectural wonders that capture our collective imagination. Metropole Architects was founded in 1997 by Nigel Tarboton. Tyrone Reardon joined the office in 2002, and became a partner in 2004. Our office is situated in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.

Swatt|Miers Architects is a full-service architectural firm with more than thirty-five years of experience providing our clients with comprehensive services in architecture, planning, and interior design. The firm is directed by Robert Swatt, FAIA and George Miers, AIA and was established in 2009 when Robert Swatt and George Miers merged their practices. Robert Swatt established Swatt Architects in 1975 after working in the offices of renowned architects Cesar Pelli and Howard A. Friedman. George Miers founded George Miers & Associates in 1982 after serving as Studio Director at Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz and Project Designer at Skidmore Owings and Merrill. The firm is based in Emeryville, CA.

Migdal Architectos

UNStudio

Migdal Architectos is a company of development and construction. The firm deals with a vast range of typologies, all of which are assisted by a group of professionals specialized in several disciplines. Also with the consultancy of national and foreign companies. In Migdal Architectos we plan and build in order to enrich the urban environment and create architecture that transcends. Our company has dealt with housing developments of social interest, media and residential housing, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial parks, specialized buildings, among others. Some of this projects became urban icons.

UNStudio, founded in 1988 by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, is a Dutch architectural design studio specializing in architecture, urban development and infrastructure projects. The name, UNStudio, stands for United Network Studio, referring to the collaborative nature of the practice. In 2007, UNStudio was named Architect of the Year by ArchitectenWerk. That same year, Ben van Berkel received the Charles Jencks Award, while a year later the Mercedes-Benz Museum won the German Hugo-Häring Preis. Ben van Berkel was recently appointed the Kenzo Tange Chair at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Winn Wittman

David Thompson

Winn Wittman, AIA has been called "America's most rockn' roll architect" by "Spaces" magazine in the UK, and he is considered one of America's leading residential architects. His Austin-based firm Winn Wittman Architecture, founded in 1996 has designed homes around the state and around the world for captains of industry. His works have been featured on the covers of a number of national and international magazines and his homes have received numerous awards and accolades.

David Thompson founded Assembledge+ in 1997. He has over 20 years of diverse architectural experience in design and management as well as in the production and construction aspects of residential and commercial projects. With a Bachelor and a Master degree from Tulane University, David has been a key member of several significant offices including Syndesis in Santa Monica and Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in Culver City.

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Estudio Martin Gomez Arquitectos It is not usual to find that the same line of action and thought will impregnate a trademark in a city. Rarer still is that one person can exercise a decisive influence on it. However, that is the case of Punta del Este and the architect Mart铆n G贸mez. Obsessed by being able to contextualize his works within the landscape in which he is immersed, Mart铆n G贸mez takes his work for more than just simple orders. They turn into a complex process in which the architect, interior, landscape and graphic designer tasks overlap. His projects are tinted with an originality that main parts of the use of natural resources are in direct communication with their surroundings. The most striking ability of his proposal is the talent to display in time a common thread throughout all of his projects, regardless of the type, the scale, the context or their materiality.

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