By Helen Liu
Residential pores and skin & information offers research of either the technical and the cultured significance of info in sleek residential structure. that includes the paintings of well known architects from all over the world, this publication provides 33 of the main lately accomplished villa and house designs. each one venture is gifted with color images, plans, sections and elevations, in addition to various development info. there's additionally a descriptive textual content, specific captions and in-depth info for every undertaking. Residential dermis & information is a wonderful reference paintings for training architects in addition to structure and layout scholars.
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Also, since all the buildings were lifted from the floor for one floor’s height, the pilotis space could be more expanded. Not to make the pilotis look big-headed like most piloti space with small and minimal columns, the columns were made thicker than necessary and a waterspout was installed inside to make the first floor look like a heavy rock. Black concrete was used for a magnificent style, creating the feeling of tiles used in traditional Koreanstyle houses. As a result, the house created an image which is similar to the Korean-style restaurant of the clients.
Thermal insulation, expanded polystyrene 2cm 8 9 10 4 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 17 6 6 074 / 075 5 4 2 3 1 Ground Floor (Left), First Floor (Facing Below Left) and Second Floor Plan (Facing Below Right): 1. Entrance 2. Cellar 3. Laundry 4. Carnotzet 5. Technical room 6. Living Room 7. Kitchen 8. Bathroom 9. Master Bedroom 10. Terrace 11. Internet/Ironing 12. Bedroom 10 12 9 11 6 7 8 12 8 076 / 077 RESIDENTIAL SKIN & DETAILS / VILLAS While working on this project the main question that was raised was how to integrate a contemporary facility into the existing ambient of a small Istrian town, how to incorporate something modern into the existing area, which in itself entails a string of details and functions that considerably vary from the rural image of surrounding households, all the while striving to keep the balance with the community in general.
Bedroom 4. Bath 5. Laundry 6. Entrance 7. Study 8. Kitchen 9. Living/Dining 10. Pool 11. Outdoor Shower 7 4 6 8 10 9 11 11 062 / 063 RESIDENTIAL SKIN & DETAILS / VILLAS Sow Geneva Location: Geneva, Switzerland Architect: Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects (SAOTA) Gross Floor Area: 1,400m2 Completion Date: 2010 Photographer: Stefan Antoni On either side of the 20-metre-wide channel sits the two portions that make this house, the main house and the annex. What link the two buildings are the cinemas, spa, auditorium and garages underneath.