Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

Hooray! We are kicking off our 2016 Archives with Residential Architecture, one of our favourite categories here at Yellowtrace. We are passionate about homes and seeing the way people live around the globe, and more importantly, we love celebrating the architects and the designers who bring these homes to life.

This year we’ve covered a huge variety of houses, apartments, barns, holiday homes, cabins, multi unit residential buildings and more. From new builds, complete renovations, alterations and additions, to adaptive reuse, with locations ranging from South America, USA, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Asia and of course, right here in Australia.

We hope you enjoy this extraordinary selection, even if we say so ourselves!

 

Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

1. Jungle Fever: Casa na Mata (Jungle House) by Studio MK27.
2. Stories On Design // Perfectly Perforated.
3. Stories On Design // Circles in Architecture.
4. Concrete House in Toronto by Angela Tsementzis.
5. Integral House by Shim-Sutcliffe Architects in Toronto, Canada.

 

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6. House Under Eave in Pt Wells, New Zealand by MRTN Architects.
7. Juergen Teller Studio in London by 6a architects.
8. Social Housing by Pereda Perez Arquitectos in Pamplona, Spain.
9. Stories On Design // Barn House Conversions.
10. Mews House in Highgate, London by Russell Jones.
11. House in Emporda, Spain by Francesc Rife Studio.

 

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12. LSD Residence in Melbourne by Davidov Partners.
13. A Black House in the Forest in Normandy, France by Marchi Architectes.
14. Epic Farmhouse Renovation in Girona, Spain by Arquitectura-G.
15. Atrium House in Gotland, Sweden by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter.
16. ‘Mills’ The Toy Management House by Austin Maynard Architects.

 

Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

17. The Labyrinth Home of Spanish Sculptor Xavier Corbero.
18. Stories On Design // Top Shelf.
19. Peter’s House in Copenhagen by Studio David Thulstrup.
20. Ricart House by Gradoli & Sanz in Valencia, Spain.
21.Sawmill House by Archier in Yackandandah, Regional Victoria.
22. Stories On Design // Luscious Lofts.

 

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23. Weekend House in Wachtebeke, Belgium by GAFPA.
24. Wirra Willa Pavilion Retreat in Somersby, NSW by Matthew Woodward Architecture.
25. Vaulted Brickalicious Perfection: Casa IV in Spain by Mesura.
26. Brutalist Home & Studio of Mexican Sculptor Pedro Reyes & Carla Fernandez.
27. Wengawa House, Japan by Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates.
28. Viggsö Island House in Sweden by Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor.

 

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29. Slab House by Bureau de Change Architects.
30. Dual Occupancy Terrace House in Brussels by Edouard Brunet + François Martens.
31. K8 Apartments in Kyoto by Florian Busch Architects.
32. CSF House in São Paulo, Brazil by Felipe Hess.
33. Zinc-Clad Midden Studio in Scotland by Studio Weave.

 

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34. Tom Ford Ranch by Tadao Ando For Sale at $75 Million USD.
35. The Snake by François Roche/ New Territories in Paris, France.
36. The Great Wall of WA by Luigi Rosselli Architects.
37. Magical Works of Architecture by Tokyo-based Jun Aoki & Associates.
38. Team Living House in Tokyo, Japan by Masatoshi Hirai Architects Atelier.
39. White House: Hutong Home Renovation By Arch Studio In Beijing, China.
40. House Husarö in Stockholm, Sweden by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter.

 

Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

41. Reconstruction of A Townhouse in Zurich, Switzerland by idA Architekten.
42. L4 House on Costa Esmeralda, Argentina by Luciano Kruk.
43. House AB. in Barcelona by built architecture.
44. Life House (Tyˆ Bywyd): John Pawson’s Modern-Day Retreat in Rural Wales.
45. Casa CS by Moramarco+Ventrella Architetti.
46. Artist Studio in Sonoma with Luscious Indoor Garden by Mork-Ulnes Architects.

 

Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

47. Fitzroy Loft by Architects EAT.
48. Joined With Gold: Xchange Apartments in Kyoto, Japan by Tank.
49. 120 Allen Street “Aparthotel” in New York City by Grzywinski+Pons.
50. 17th Century Villa San Valerio Albiate, Italy with a 1950s intervention by Luigi Caccia Dominioni.
51. Ancient Party Barn in Kent by Liddicoat & Goldhill.
52. First Look at SJB’s 41 Birmingham Apartments in Sydney’s Alexandria.
53. Haus zur Blume in Löhningen, Switzerland by Marazzi Reinhardt.

 

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54. Tivoli Terrace: LAVA Director Chris Bosse Renovates his own Sydney Townhouse.
55. Kooyong House in Melbourne’s Toorak by Workroom.
56. 1950s Mid-Century Portland House Remodelled by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.
57. Stories On Design // Iran’s Contemporary Architecture Boom.
58. #thebarnTAS: Barn Conversion in Hobart by Liz Walsh and Alex Nielsen.
59. Japanese Community Centre for Elderly Residents by Issei Suma.
60. 5m Wide Barcelona Home Refurbished by Josep Ferrando.

 

Residential Architecture Archive 2016 | Yellowtrace

 

61. Merrydown House in Dorset, UK by McLaren Excell.
62. Enough House by Brian MacKay-Lyons in Nova Scotia, Canada.
63. Duplex Penthouse & Roof Terrace in Tel Aviv by Toledano + Architects.
64. Maison de Verre Paris by Pierre Chareau + Bernard Bijvoet.
65. Could Indigo Slam be Australia’s (and The World’s) Most Slamming House Ever?
66. Stories On Design // Swimming Pools.
67. 10 Wylde Street Luxury Apartments in Sydney’s Potts Point by SJB.

 


 

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2015 Archive / 2014 Archive / 2013 Archive / 2012 Archive / 2011 Archive / 2010 Archive

 

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