The Glendowie House was designed by the practice of Bossley Architects and it is located in Auckland, New Zealand. Due to the location which is between a natural edge made by the steep cliff rolling down to Karaka Bay and … Continue reading →
One of my favourite architecture firms is called A-cero. The Spanish firm does not ever fail to impress with bold designs and equally cool interiors. They have done it again with a big concrete single-family house in Pozuelo de AlorcÃ³n, Spain.
The plan to build a balcony on the back of a traditional Victorian semi overlooking the Firth of Tay in Fife ended up as a £125,000, contemporary reinvention of the entire house, complete with a floating glass bay window.