Located at the corner of a street, the "Wrapping House" designed by the Korean architectural firm Himma Studio is a house which coils on itself. A second skin in iroko wood dresses its concrete structure, extending from the ground to the roof terrace, unifying site and architecture.
Not far from Stuttgart, in the baroque city of Ludwigsburg, German architects Mark Arnold and Arne Fentzloff studio Architektur 109 have made this extension of an existing home. dressed wooden frame copper, the new construction
In the district of Doulon in Nantes, the architect Boris Nauleau directed "The Hangar", a house with false air of industrial building. Composed of a wooden structure completely covered with corrugated asbestos cement sheets, this house of 128 square meters of living space spreads over
A Borsfleth Germany stands this small wooden architecture model and reduced house archetype. Designed for a painter by the Hamburg agency Mitto Architekten, the "Haus IK_13" is both artist and with minimal habitat
In the town of Grenaa in Denmark, architects Cebra agency to prepare to deliver the operation of A-13 housing Husene. A set of cubic volumes in black brick, trimmed and distributed on an artificial island.