Tag: Contemporary Addition

Modern Chalet in Les Houches, France

Modern Chalet in Les Houches, France

The stunning chalet Solelyâ was completed in 2014 by the Chamonix based studio Chevallier Architectes. The project included the conversion and extension of what was originally a quaint mountain guide’s home. The property is now used as a second home, the new owners wanted more light and a greater emphasis placed on the spectacular mountain…

Cloud House, Melbourne by McBride Charles Ryan

Cloud House, Melbourne by McBride Charles Ryan

The Cloud House was completed in 2012 by the Victoria based studio McBride Charles Ryan. The project involved the renovation and extension of a double-fronted Edwardian home, located in Fitzroy North, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. McBride Charles Ryan have completed the Cloud House in Melbourne, Australia. Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan: “The…

DPR Residence, New York by Method Design Architecture

DPR Residence, New York by Method Design Architecture

The DPR Residence was completed in September 2010, by the New York City based studio Method Design Architecture. This project involved renovating a 1960’s home, located in Pound Ridge, a small town in Westchester County, New York, USA. DPR Residence by Method Design Architecture: “In this significant AIA Honor Award winning Addition / Alteration to…

Skirt + Rock House, Australia by MCK Architects

Skirt + Rock House, Australia by MCK Architects

The Skirt + Rock House was completed in 2011 by MCK Architects. The project entailed the remodelling an existing bungalow; the clients required more space for their family. The property is perched on a hillside overlooking Vaucluse, an eastern suburb of New South Wales, Australia. Skirt + Rock House by MCK Architects: “On first visiting…

Hill House by Andrew Maynard Architects

Hill House by Andrew Maynard Architects

The Hill House project was completed by Melbourne based studio Andrew Maynard Architects. The house is located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Hill House by Andrew Maynard Architects: >The problem/opportunity Design is complex. There is little that is more complex to design than a home, however fundamental issues offer an architect a starting point; where is…