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Architecture Brio is proud to be featured in Taschen’s latest publication : Homes for our time.
This dependable global digest features Architecture BRIO’s Riparian House alongside established names such as Shigeru Ban, MVRDV, and Marcio Kogan. The publication is organized by architect and brimming with crisp photography and plans. The result is a sweeping survey of the contemporary house.
The result is an extensive survey of the contemporary house. It reveals that homes across the globe may have more in common than expected. The Encina House by Aranguren & Gallegos is an elegant, sloping structure reminiscent of a gazebo. Ensconced in a pine forest north of Madrid, the lower level is embedded in rock and connected to the upper by a natural stone wall. The Shinichi Ogawa’s Seaside House in Kanagawa is an immaculate two-story minimalist marvel that overlooks the Pacific. In Vietnam, a House in Chau Doc by Shunri Nishizawa exudes a tropical sophistication with exposed timber beams, woven bamboo, plants, concrete panels, and inner balconies and terraces. In this release, Architecture BRIO presents its Riparian House and displays new pictures and insights about the project. These homes, along with more than 50 others, are each remarkably distinct in design. They all, however, toe the line between inside and outside, each one symbiotic with its surroundings.
Homes for our Time, by Taschen