Locally sourced brickwork and upcycled materials are combined to create an inward looking home to provide respite from the crowded city.
This net zero family home located in Los Angeles, is a true collaboration between client and architects, and produces more power than it uses.
This off-grid and remote family retreat relies on passive design elements to naturally control the internal environment.
An undulating timber trussed roof covers the timber framed Congress and Exhibition Centre in Agordo, Italy. Designed by Studio Botter and Studio Bressan, the form of the roof takes it’s design cues from the surrounding ...
Casa Hualle in Pucon, Chile is a passive solar timber clad home designed to capture views of the nearby Villarrica volcano and surrounding hillside.