Vertical Living as a Solution to Korea’s Dense Urban Fabric: The Story Behind stpmj’s Five Story House

Vertical Living as a Solution to Korea’s Dense Urban Fabric: The Story Behind stpmj’s Five Story House Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984134/vertical-living-as-a-solution-to-koreas-dense-urban-fabric-the-story-behind-stpmjs-five-story-house Seoul, similar to numerous large cities across the globe, are characterized by land scarcity, overpopulation, staggering real estate prices, and urban segregation. These living conditions forced architects and urban … Read more

Experimental Slow Living with Minimal Footprint for a Leisure Home in Kerala | NO Architects Designers and Social Artists

This minimal project is a weekend home on the Ashtamudi Lake in the tropics. It is a sustainable house with a minimal footprint, that upcycles various spaces, components, and materials from a dilapidated structure, that existed on the site. The design retains traces of the existing house while adding new spatial volumes, satisfying the functional … Read more

Gutshof Güldenhof Center for Art and Sustainable Living / Heim Balp Architekten

Gutshof Güldenhof Center for Art and Sustainable Living / Heim Balp Architekten © Francesca lovene + 36 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982795/gutshof-guldenhof-center-for-art-and-sustainable-living-heim-balp-architekten © Francesca lovene Text description provided by the architects. At the intersection of art and nature, Gutshof Güldenhof is Berlin-based architecture studio Heim Balp Architekten`s latest completion conceived for … Read more