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One of the largest gifts of modernism to the 20th century residential architecture was the negation and final abolition of the dividing line between the external and internal space of a building.
The i-cube project is a series of compact ‘off the peg’ houses designed by Shinji Kogo of Rats Architects based in Oita, Japan. This is the third construction in the series which has been built in Usuki, Japan.
Nestled in woodland, overlooking Cape Town Harbour, South Africa and at the foot of Table Mountain, we can find ‘Bridle Road Residence’- the award winning (ASLA 2010 Honour Award) design by Chilean born architect Antonio Zaninovic, known for his ecological approach to design.
Casa Fez is the brainchild of architect Alvaro Leite Siza Vieira, a culmination of his dreams. He started planning the house, now his home, in 2004 and it was completed in 2010. Built on an unimpressive lot in Porto, Portugal, the building dominates and is not overshadowed by its environment.