single-family house

Casa Caté by S-AR

The regulations of this corner lot prompted the construction of a house that develops vertically, taking off from the two short sides and stacking two simple prisms. The first floor is freed for the garage and the domestic program is distributed from the second floor.

House in Hakuraku / Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

Using the existing main house and a rental building composition, Yo Shimada designed this new house for a family that requested “to be able to feel the presence of each other regardless of where they are in the house”. The result is a fluid, continuous, interior open space that connects the different uses and levels of the dwelling.

Camp MINOH / William Kaven

Located near Charlevoix on the shores of Lake Michigan, Camp MINOH, designed by William Kaven, embodies the rugged ethos of Midwestern life.

House in Ashiya / Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates

This concrete house composed of two offset regular prisms is perforated at precise points, allowing the surrounding green scenery to invade the monochromatic interior.

House in Sonobe / Tato Architects / Yo Shimada

This house stands in a new residential district in the mountains. Its apparently traditional architecture, a rectangular prism with a gable roof, is interrupted by a cut in plan and section that introduces light and air through a greenhouse-style space.

Haus zum Pudel / Marazzi Reinhardt

Thanks to the resulting partnership between the municipality, the client and the architect, it was possible to realize a building that offers added value for the site and the community at large.

San Luis reform / Manasseri Depetris

The renovation of this small apartment, located in the city of Rosario, Argentina, includes the addition of an unusual staircase that connects the two levels of the project and the design of large pieces of furniture that define the uses of spaces in a hyper-flexible manner.

Ardmore House / Kwong Von Glinow

The reversal of the traditional arrangement of living spaces on the first floor and bedrooms on the upper floor, advocates for contemporary living, emphasizing common areas, interconnectivity, and flexible workspaces with plenty of natural light and engaging with the surrounding urban context of Chicago.


The subtle extension on the south façade, which adds new interior spaces, made it possible to adapt this almost 300-year-old house in Sarnen, Switzerland, once again to today’s needs.

The room hidden behind the wall / livni + (Architects Pedro Livni + Rafael Solano)

The project consists of a room that can also be used as a psychologist office. A wall, a roof and a gutter that gathers rainwater define the project.

Monopoli House / Fabrizio Pugliese

The articulation of two construction systems, one industrial and one handcrafted, defines the character of this periurban dwelling by architect Fabrizio Pugliese, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cosmos House / S-AR

Cosmos is a small house placed nearby Puerto Escondido on the Pacific coast of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.

El Gauchal House / Iván Bravo

The brief responds to the needs of four different families, 14 people in total, that decided to build a second home together. Therefore, multiple and divergent preferences of the different owners are congregated in one single volume.

Divine House / Landry Smith Architect

With a simple but effectively organized floor plan, this cabin located in a privileged natural environment takes advantage of the views and blends in with its surroundings through a robust construction that contrasts the black cedar siding exterior with the white oak forms the interior carpentry.

Ronda House / HANGHAR

This home is an exercise of limited resources, in which the reduction of spatial, material and technological solutions allows the maximum flexibility of use.

House with patio / Guillermo Hevia García, Catalina Poblete

On the shore of one of the largest lakes in South America, is located this vacation home, with a central courtyard, designed by Chilean architects Guillermo Hevia Garcia and Catalina Poblete.

Leonidas / studio AAAN

Rotterdam-based architecture firm, studio AAAN, designed a patio house in a new neighborhood in their city

Re-House. Farm-house refurbishment in the hinterland of Bilbao / AZAB

Re-House is the result of the reform of an agricultural house in the 80s for its conversion into a dual home for its owners, an older couple and their daughter.

Memphremagog Lake House / Nature Humaine

The latest single family house of Montreal´s office Nature Humaine, is located on a steep lot on the shores of Lake Memphremagog. The project, composed of three volumes topped by sculptural roofs with diagonal ridge, takes full advantage of its surroundings through the views and the lighting that floods every space.

Six Square House / Young Projects

Rigid geometry and undulating lines fuse in Six Square House, a new residence by Young Projects

Michigan Lake House / Desai Chia Architects

The house, composed of three volumes defined by a concrete base and wooden elevations, opens to the surrounding landscape of Lake Michigan.

Haus D – Aretz Dürr Architektur

The archetype of a house is combined with low-cost construction for a sustainable dwelling in Germany, resulting in a project of great spatiality, constructive simplicity and extreme care in the details.

Casa ocho vigas by Covachita Ph. Onnis Luque: Arquitectura Vista

In the Search of Shade: Casa Ocho Vigas by Covachita

The Mexican studio designed this single-family house around a courtyard composed by a concrete structure.

The House Between the Trees by Diego Arraigada Architects © Gustavo Frittegotto

The House Between the Trees by Diego Arraigada Architects

A single-family house in a eucalyptus forest in Argentina.