No Image

Bell Phillips creates The Tree House pavilion at London’s Elephant Park

August 7, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
The exterior of The Tree House by Bell Phillips

London studio Bell Phillips has completed a timber pavilion in a park in Elephant & Castle featuring an elevated viewing gallery nestled among the boughs of a mature plane tree. Named The Tree House, it is the centrepiece of a two-acre green space within the Elephant Park development – a regeneration scheme in south London

The post Bell Phillips creates The Tree House pavilion at London’s Elephant Park appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Hat-like roof crowns The Kaleidoscope office and accommodation building in Vietnam

August 6, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
The exterior of The Kaleidoscope in rural Vietnam

Architecture firm Inrestudio has created an office and residential building for a mining company in Vietnam’s Quang Binh province, featuring a conical concrete roof and openings on all sides. Named The Kaleidoscope, the building provides workspace and accommodation for the employees working at an adjacent facility operated by Hoang Long Mineral. The building is situated

The post Hat-like roof crowns The Kaleidoscope office and accommodation building in Vietnam appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Red stone covers extension to London terrace by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects

August 3, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Exterior image of the red stone extension at Kensington Place

O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects has added a rear extension clad in red porphyry stone to a Victorian house in London, creating a kitchen and dining area connected to a courtyard garden. The project, named Kensington Place, was completed for a family that wanted to update the mid-terrace property they had lived in since the 1970s to

The post Red stone covers extension to London terrace by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Alexis Dornier designs Birdhouses resort in Bali to “blend into nature”

July 31, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Guesthouse at Birdhouses resort in Bali

Architect Alexis Dornier has completed a trio of stilted structures in a rainforest in Bali, which feature cantilevered living spaces and balconies that look out to the treetops. German-born architect Dornier, who moved his studio to Bali in 2013, designed the accommodation for the Birdhouses resort that he founded with a group of friends. The

The post Alexis Dornier designs Birdhouses resort in Bali to “blend into nature” appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Bouroullec brothers create tile-clad Lincoln Pavilion for full-size replica car

July 30, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Red pavilion in France

French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created a red tile-clad pavilion at the Piacé Le Radieux arts centre in France to display artist Pascal Rivet’s wooden replica of a Lincoln car. The Bouroullec brothers were invited to design the Lincoln Pavilion by French artist Rivet and Piacé Le Radieux director Nicolas Hérisson in the

The post Bouroullec brothers create tile-clad Lincoln Pavilion for full-size replica car appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

A202 Arhitekti adds pitched-roof wooden extension to renovated brick house in Slovenia

July 15, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Image of the exterior of House MM

Slovenian architecture studio A202 Arhitekti has added a timber-lined extension and mezzanine bedroom to a derelict house in the town of Domžale, Slovenia. The owners of House MM decided to retain the shell of the property, which dates from the beginning of the 20th century and was one of few remaining traditional homes in the

The post A202 Arhitekti adds pitched-roof wooden extension to renovated brick house in Slovenia appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Hibinosekkei designs MS Kindergarten to help children feel closer to nature

July 11, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Interior of Japanese nursery

Deep eaves shelter openings connecting indoor and outdoor spaces at this kindergarten in Maebashi, Japan, which architecture studio Hibinosekkei designed to enhance awareness of the changing seasons. The MS Kindergarten and Nursery is a facility for 40 children aged from one to two years old and was developed by Youji no Shiro, a branch of

The post Hibinosekkei designs MS Kindergarten to help children feel closer to nature appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Neubau transforms former greenhouse building into school STEM lab

July 10, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Converted greenhouse exterior by Neubau

Local architecture studio Neubau has converted an existing greenhouse on the grounds of a school in Cambridge, England, into a teaching space with fold-out computer stations. Neubau was approached by St Mary’s Junior School for girls to transform the 1970s greenhouse into a specialised lab for teaching classes in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

The post Neubau transforms former greenhouse building into school STEM lab appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Curved roof welcomes visitors to Shinagawa Branch Temple in Japan

July 9, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Exterior of temple in Tokyo

Japanese architecture studio Abanba has completed a temple in Shinagawa, Tokyo, featuring a gently curving roof that shelters a glazed entrance and reflects daylight into a triple-height atrium. Architect Toshihiro Bamba’s studio Abanba was tasked with designing a replacement for an existing temple that had fallen into disrepair and needed to be relocated due to

The post Curved roof welcomes visitors to Shinagawa Branch Temple in Japan appeared first on Dezeen.

No Image

Studio Weave adds timber artist’s retreat to traditional English cottage

July 6, 2022 Alyn Griffiths 0
Artist retreat

Architecture office Studio Weave has added a timber-clad extension to a cottage in Devon, England, that has views of the surrounding landscape. Studio Weave designed the two-storey addition to a stone cottage in the Blackdown Hills to provide flexible guest accommodation and a work space for the family and visiting artists. Named Made of Sand, after the site’s

The post Studio Weave adds timber artist’s retreat to traditional English cottage appeared first on Dezeen.