With respect for the actress, Beatrice Lillie known as Lady Peel, who once lived there, the house inherits a talent: playing a new role while living in the same skin.
Blue Pie, inspired by the photograph of an iceberg and a painting, “Back Alley Abstract” by Sandra Duba-Shubs, is a poetic invasion of the blue into a white room washed with natural light.
The entire residence is actually a staircase. The client wanted a home with no partitions (except for the bathrooms), which made it possible to achieve total continuity from basement to roof terrace...
A house that spreads out at ground level and blends into the garden.
See how the architect was trying to preserve the identity of this classic brick-and-stone suburban house and at the same time double its surface area.
The former premises of a plumbing company being converted into a group of five apartments.
The house is situated in a small village at the outskirts of Warsaw. The surroundings are dominated with usual “Polish cubes” from the sixties and old wooden barns.
This house is arranged around a pool and situated for sun exposure and views.
The architecture is built on the slope of a hill with an elevation of 330 meters. The level difference of the site is 8 meters.
This award winning semi-detached homes situated on a narrow 25’x 80’ lot next to Ottawa’s Parkdale Market.
The challenging task here is to marry the eighty-four years of history by integrating a contemporary, open, and functional living space with a 1924 landmark that overlooks the Rideau Canal.
Gallery House is a combination of a stunning art gallery and home of an artist’s lifestyle.
This riverside summer house in Tverskaya, Russia has a surface divided into rectangles and clad in an assortment of wooden slats painted in different colours.
Five out of six is the key formula to the brightness and openness in this house.
PROGRAM: Alterations and additions to a terrace house