The study Portuguese Dionysus LAB has completed a house in Povoa de Varzim, Portugal, with a facade composed of aluminum shutters perforated with symbols, which
Meera House was designed by Guz Architects and it is located on Sentosa Island in Singapore. We consider it a bold and original project: after all, not many homes have green spaces on each floor of the building. Here are brief descriptions of the architects:
"Our strategy was to build a solid wall on each side of the bottom to ensure confidentiality, where possible, creating
Arquitectos Anónimos who built this house in Esposende, Portugal, working on a budget unusually low. Their solution to the constraint was the radical simplicity: brick cork, which are incredibly light, resistant, and insulating, form a kind of icon mimetic for this house hut. One of his nicknames - "hut" - reflects the way Arquitectos Anónimos were able to dismantle the house in its most basic parts.
'House KOMB' is a high-tech home, from modern and traditional materials with minimal impact on the environment and the many ecological ideas incorporated in the house designed by Karim Rashid. This includes water heating by solar panels, energy efficient appliances, reuse of rainwater and gray water, low power consumption LED lighting and radiant raised floors. The structure can be easily dismantled and its materials, such as wood, metal, glass and solar panels can be reused.