The 'A House' celebrates interaction between families and neighbors while maintaining a strong sense of privacy and of ownership. Therefore the 'A House' is a place where degree of privacy is maintained with openings and A-shaped natural light that goes into continuous merged spaces by starting from one light at the top then spreading out as it goes through two bottom openings under the A-shaped roof also.
The transformation of an old farming house with the annex placed among the hills of the countryside in the north part of the Veneto region in Italy into a contemporary living home, without loosing the peculiarity of the original architecture was the task with which we confronted with. The intervention, very respectful of the original materials introduces few new material and re create new spaces accordingly to the desires and needs of the family.
in this design,The architect intended to add two rooms in the house; a ceiling as Iranian terraces.but the plan that was built divided the house into two main volumes, one for living and the other as a Sabaat(Iranian shelters).these two structures were connected by a joint-shaped stairway.In this project the stairs inspired by Monar Shagerd in Yazd. And an attempt was made to maintain symbolic elements. On one hand , many ways and 3- story stairways have caused spatial attachment and on the other hand it has built one united ceiling for the whole family.
The architect’s inspiration came from the reclaimed eucalyptus wood of the “bateas”. These are the mussel production platforms in the estuary and that constitute the very important local industry in “Ria da Arousa”, Spain. Eucalyptus wood is used in these platforms, and there are extensions of this tree in the region. The age of the wood is not hidden, and the different outer and inner faces of the wood are used to create different sensations. The house tries to borrow the tradition of the surroundings and reveal them through the story told in the design and the detailing.
Light-House is located in Hsinchu County, Taiwan. Natural light and wind are brought into the interior, through layers of square openings and windows on the southern elevation, transforming the internal spaces with varying lighting conditions throughout the day. Natural light extend to every corner of the home, creating brighter interior spaces and allowing growth and vitality of greenery internally. Externally, the project constructs a visual gap between houses, while retaining spatial possibilities for chance encounters between neighboring properties.