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Passive House by NU Architectuuratelier

Leeuw House / NU architectuuratelier IDEA: Having a front door raised up really high, so you come in and overlook the living spaces.

Tusculum Residence in Sydney, Australia by Smart Design Studio. A great blend of interior & exterior. #design

Tusculum Residence / Smart Design Studio

Image 3 of 21 from gallery of Tusculum Residence / Smart Design Studio. Courtesy of smart design studio

Habitat 15 / Predock Frane Architects

Habitat 15 / Predock Frane Architects

Erbar Mattes : Harvey Road - ArchiDesignClub by MUUUZ - Architecture & Design

Erbar Mattes : Harvey Road


Trendy Good Ideas / The Clever Use of Walls when Moving large furniture = Pivoting steel doors lead into Studio Sitges, a house and photography studio in Spain by Olson Kundig - Clever way to open the place when delivering large pieces of furniture.


Image 3 of 22 from gallery of Porreres Medical Center / MACA Estudio. Photograph by Jaime Sicilia

Columbia University GSAPP - O.P.E.N. Architecture

Studio X Beijing / OPEN Architecture

architecture Studio X Beijing / O. Architecture Architecture :: ARCHITECTURE :: Brilliant design that would make for a lovely detail o.

Historical Residence in Gent by Hans Verstuyft Architecten | Yellowtrace

Historical Residence in Ghent by Hans Verstuyft Architects.


The Renovation of Kuzuha House / Yasutaka Kondo + Yoshiaki Nagasaka + Mamoru Nanba wood and concrete, open spaces

Vancouver house by Canadian studio Splyce Design features a lopsided roof that follows the line of the staircase. Stairs between the three floors are at the north-facing front of the house, which is the darkest part of the building. Open stair treads, glass balustrades and a rooflight at the top of the stairwell have been added to increase the flow of natural light here.

East Van House by Splyce Design features an asymmetric sloping roof in Architecture & Interior design

Active house, Velux groep

Juri Troy - Velux Sunlight house, a neutral housing prototype, Pressbaum Photos © Adam Mork.