Tribeca Loft Interior by Fearon Hay Architects

Tribeca Loft Interior by Fearon Hay Architects

The simple modern Tribeca Loft designed by Fearon Hay Architects, is located in Tribeca, is a recently completed 550sqm loft conversion – a bespoke and innovative response to the challenges of residing in Manhattan. The glazed volumes are accompanied by blank, white, volumes containing bathing, service and scullery functions. These service components are arranged in a linear sequence in the centre of the space. Both of these insertions are carefully placed amongst the existing structural elements of columns, beams and corbels, freeing the structure and the perimeter of the loft from division. The various areas of the residence may be separated from one another or connected to each other as desired.

Images credit: Richard Powers

Modern Architecture Verkerk Group Office Building by EGM Architects

Modern Architecture Verkerk Group Office Building

The new branch of Verkerk Group, an electrical installation company with 375 employees, located in the industrial area in the Eastern Hogebrink Entry into Hoevelaken, Netherlands. The terrain is characterized by a varied collection of rectangular buildings, interspersed here and there with a house. To stand out from the surrounding area has a new special way. Rounded corners and different colors and materials give the building, so that the organization has its own identity. The property has a modern and functional durability, maintenance, expansion and has numerous technical innovations. The new accommodation for the group Verkerk gives a positive impetus for the development of industry Hogebrink and contributes to the revitalization of old industrial areas.

Architects: EGM Architects

Architecture Modern Holiday House by Tim Dorrington Architects

Rutherford House - modern holiday house by Tim Dorrington Architects 2

Tim Dorrington Architects designed the modern holiday house in Taupo Tauranga, New Zealand. Called “Rutherford House” this house suitable for the hot summers of Lake Taupo and the cold winters for skiing on Mt Ruapehu. Formally the house consists of 4 main elements; (1) a concrete base, which at some points is folded up to contain interior spaces, (2 and 3) two black cedar-clad bedroom blocks, and (4) an open-plan white structured ‘veranda’. The living space arrangement suits the extreme climates of the location, activities and varying degrees of privacy. The large open-plan ‘veranda’ space comprises kitchen, lounge and dining. A snug, a step lower with an open fireplace, can on colder days be closed off from the main space.
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