The architect Lawrence Savioz completed the transformation of this stone house on a cliff on the town of Chamoson in Switzerland. Retaining the facades and original windows, he slips in an existing support structure
In São Paulo, Brazil, the architecture firm FGMF slips between two existing buildings that hairdresser to the facade of faceted glass. Bathed in natural light during the day, the building lights up like a lantern at night.
A Mergoscia in Ticino, the Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron transformed this existing house by grafting a small extension of stone. Elegant and minimal, it offers a unique window on the surrounding mountains.
A Caviano in Switzerland, this house created by architects Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron is opposite the lake and the mountains. Banded with gray wood, rising on 2 levels, it follows the slope to greet the visitor with the upper floor.
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