The Residence for a Briard is a 3800 square-foot contemporary home designed by Sander Architects located in Culver City Los Angeles County California USA. As the name suggests the home was built with the client’s dog Hobbes a Briard being the main factor in choosing everything from stair design to finishing materials.
The Ravine Project is a three storey duplex residence that has been recently completed by Japanese Studio Apollo Architects and Associates. The contemporary residence is located in the commercial district of Shirokane a district of Minato-ku one of the 23 wards of Tokyo Japan.
The interesting digitally conceived roof allows the interiors to bend according to the different heights creating a unique set of interior spaces. The concrete facade is interrupted by glass portions that allow the inhabitants and their guests to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
A part of the courtyard is decked with a lawn and the remaining portion with black gravel. The view of the house in white tint against the greenery is luscious. Long glass windows extending from the roof to the floor add to the elegance and allow a clear vision of the outdoor scenery.
The white masonry stone and wood coatings bring a fascinating look to the building. The design offers comfort and the two stories function independently. On the upper floor is there are bedrooms the kitchen a living and dining room.