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A Modern Home the Center of Tours, France

This modern house has been built in the center of the historic town of Tours, France. Created by the design studio Atelier 100architecture, the building is designed to blend in with the more traditional surroundings so as not to detract from them.

The house features three floor levels, each with a 20 square meter […]

A Cluster Of Three Tiny Cabins in Norway

This cluster of three cabins are set in Herfell, Norway. The cabins have been designed by the Oslo-based firm Reiulf Ramsted Architects. The three units have been integrated with one another, but are also able to operate individually.

The cabins are placed around a small central courtyard that serves as a “go-between”, connecting each […]

Modular Disaster Housing by Garrison Architects

With hurricanes battering different areas of the United States on a yearly basis, disaster relief has come to play an important role for those affected. In recognition of this, James Garrison and his New York based firm, Garrison Architects, are aiming to create a modular housing system that may serve as a better long-term […]

Fujigaoka M Apartment in Yokohama by Sinato

Tokyo architecture studio Sinato recently renovated this apartment in Yokohama to create a brighter, more functional living space for the owners. Called the Fujigaoka M apartment, the interior makes use of open plan design and partitions to close off the different rooms.

The apartment contains 64 square meters (689 square feet) of usable floor […]

The F House in Normandie by Lode Architecture

Set in Normandie, France, this small cabin has been designed by Amaud Locoste and Jerome Vincon of Lode Architecture. The cabin, called The F House, has been built on the foundation footprint of an existing barn on the one hectare site.

The barns foundation informed the new cabins foundation, keeping it relatively small (4.5-by-12 […]

Jeffry’s Lough – A Thatched Hideaway in Donegal, Ireland

This rather unusual structure is Ireland’s first architectural installation to be carried out in a forest park. The installation was launched on the 27th of July 2014 in Ards Forest Park, county Donegal. Called Jeffry’s House, the thatched structure was designed and built on site by architect Thomas O’Brien, and artist Emmily Mannion.

The […]