Oceaniques Villas by MM++ Architects

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Location: Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Vietnam
Built Area: 1014 sqm
Year: 2014



Architects: MM++ Architects
Project Architect: My An Pham Thi
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My An Pham Thi, Architect

Graduated from University of Hanoi. After more than 10 years of practice in different international architecture offices she founded Mimya co. ( MM++ architects ) in Ho Chi Minh City in 2009.

Michael Charruault, Architect

Graduated from the french architecture school Paris-Belleville. Based in Vietnam ( Saigon ) since 2007, co-founder of Mimya co. ( MM++ architects )


MM++ ARCHITECTS – MIMYA

02-V10, street 6, Phuoc Kien A, Nha Be District, HCMC

TEL (+84)2838226248

FAX (+84)2838226248

MOB (+84)368358803

mimya@mmarchitects.net


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The Makers House by Liddicoat & Goldhill

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Location: East London, UK

Internal Area: 221 m²

Client: Liddicoat & Goldhill


Awards

RIBA London Award 2018



Architects: Liddicoat & Goldhill

Contractor: Liddicoat & Goldhill Development LTD

Structural Engineers: Fluid Structures

Model Photos: Sam Grady

Photography: Keith Collie & Jo Willis



Having bought the site in 2012, we won planning permission, raised finance and built the house – by hand as the main contractor – over the following four years. We set their own brief – to explore the ideal texture and atmosphere of domestic architecture. This experimental objective was achieved while simultaneously satisfying the constraints of speculative residential development.

Set within the Victoria Park Conservation area, the irregular site was constrained by neighbours’ rights to light, and proximity to Listed Houses. Scrupulous computer analysis allowed the house’s asymmetric form to be tuned to capture key moments of sunlight while forming apparently regular interior spaces.

Our pursuit of craftsmanship and tactility is reflected in the House’s rich palette and varied processes of fabrication. The exterior combines roman brickwork with inky pigmented zinc roofing and bleached larch carpentry. Internally, the structural steel- and timber-work is exposed, and is married to a restrained palette of reclaimed and re-purposed industrial materials.

At ground floor, a multi-level ’broken plan’ combines the raised sitting room, lofty kitchen and intense basement snug and larder. Each room maintains a discreet atmosphere programme, despite forming a highly connected living terrain. A ground source heat pump is the main source of energy for the house.

Increasingly lightweight materials are deployed in the upper, sleeping levels, which are unified by a rhodesian mahogany floor reclaimed from Hove Bus Station. The attic is conceived as a north-lit studio, while calm bedroom suites are arranged on the first floor. To the rear an expansive suite combines spaces for sleeping, bathing, dressing and contemplation. A panelled wall slides on cast iron to one side to define or amalgamate the bedroom and bathroom spaces. Expansive, bright circulations are designed to display art and family objects, or for occupants to enjoy moments of pause.

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David Liddicoat & Sophie Goldhill


David Liddicoat MA (CANTAB) MA (RCA) RIAI

David combines material experimentation with knowledge of construction where he is continuously refining the design of simple and elegant assembly details.

David studied under Tom Holbrook, Peter Carl and Dalibor Vasely at Churchill College, Cambridge. He began working in international design studio Studio Daniel Libeskind in Berlin before returning to London to work in small, design-led practices.

David has been a regular contributor to BD Magazine, the AJ, Architecture Today & AR.. He has lectured at the good homes alliance and The New City, Wallpaper* lecture series. David is a keen cyclist and recently completed Cycle to Cannes.

Sophie Goldhill BSC HONS (UCL) MA (RCA) RIBA CR

Shortlisted for the AJ Emerging Woman Architect of the Year Award, Sophie combines Conservation specialism (she is an RIBA Conservation Registrant) with experience of on-site delivery of construction projects.

Her architectural imagination was sparked through painting at the Slade school of fine art. Sophie studied at The Bartlett followed by RCA. Her thesis project was shortlisted for the RIBA Silver Medal, won the Thames & Hudson school Prize and the Will Alsop award for Urbanism.

She has gained a breadth of experience at a variety of award-winning architect and urban design studios ranging for the multi national EDAW, international Foster & Partners down to establishing the small & bespoke Carl Turner Architects.

Sophie is an external part 3 examiner and is part of the London School of Architecture (LSA) practice network.


CONTACT

London

Soho Works, Unit 4.07, The Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High St,  London, E1 6JJ

+44 020 7923 2737
info@liddicoatgoldhill.com

Margate

Studio 10
The Printworks
1c Union Row
Margate, CT9 1PP

+44 020 7923 2737
info@liddicoatgoldhill.com


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Tower Bridge Penthouse SE1 by TG Studio

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Location: London, United Kingdom

Total Internal area (apartment): 4598 sq ft / 427.2 sq m

Total external area (terrace): 3195 sq ft / 296.85 sq m

Year: 2017



Interior Design: Thomas Griem TG Studio

Photography © Andrew Beasley Photography



“I don’t want to create something that is just beautiful. For me, it should also work really well. Design has to add value. It should be simple and logical, it has to survive and give longevity – only then is it logical and clever.”

Thomas Griem, Founder
TG Studio


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THOMAS GRIEM

Thomas Griem is the founder and director of TG-Studio, his 20 years’ experience spans from residential, retail and office schemes in international locations from Hong Kong to New York. Thomas studied in Berlin and London, where he won the Hubert Sands Memorial Award, and graduated with a BA and a diploma in Architecture. In 1998 Thomas worked with Phillippe Starck for the global residential developer YOO and went on to co-found the successful interior design practice Target Living. After taking it to the prominent position of industry design leader, Thomas Griem decided to move on in 2011 by starting the creative venture that is TG-Studio.


CONTACT

TG-Studio

10 Rathbone Place
London
W1T 1HP

T 020 7636 3838
F 020 7636 5659
info@tg-studio.co.uk


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East Channel by Marmol Radziner Architecture




ARCHITECTS: Marmol Radziner Architecture

ARCHITECTURE CONSTRUCTION LANDSCAPE
Location: East Channel Road, Santa Monica, Californie

8 bedrooms, 10 baths
9,500 square feet
200-square-foot pool cabana
40,000-square-foot lot



This private sanctuary is located off of a quiet road on a nearly one-acre lot in Santa Monica Canyon. At the center of this light-filled two-story home is a double-height living room anchored by a double-sided indoor-outdoor fireplace.

The ground floor features a family room, kitchen, and dining room, as well as a butler’s kitchen, 1,000-bottle-capacity wine cellar, theater, gym, guest and staff quarters. Expansive green roofs extend the living area on the second level, where the den separates the master suite wing from the remaining bedrooms.

Nestled into the trees and hillside, the home offers views onto a large front yard and rear yard with a pool, outdoor kitchen with island, and a covered pool cabana. The material palette of rustic oak cabinetry, oak floors, and a variety of beautiful marble and quartzite countertops create a warm and inviting retreat-like home.

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Marmol Radziner Architecture


Founded in 1989 by Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner, Marmol Radziner is a collaboration between Ron Radziner, Design Principal, and Leo Marmol, Managing Principal.


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LEO MARMOL, FAIA Managing Principal

LEO MARMOL, FAIA

Managing Principal

As Managing Principal of Marmol Radziner since the firm was founded in 1989, Leo Marmol has extensive experience managing a variety of residential and commercial projects, including modern prefabricated homes, historic restorations, as well as public and community-based urban projects.

Active in his profession, Leo lectures widely on the topics of architecture, sustainability, and restoration. Leo has also organized numerous architectural tours in Southern California to highlight the region’s wealth of mid-century Modernist landmarks. Leo also serves on the board of trustees of the Palm Springs Art Museum.

Leo received his Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Philosophy from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, in 1987. Leo was elevated to the College of the Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2007 and inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2009.


 

 

 


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RON RADZINER, FAIA Design Principal

RON RADZINER, FAIA

Design Principal

As Design Principal of Marmol Radziner since the firm was founded in 1989, Ron has led the design of every project. He develops solutions that provide a unique architectural identity and forge strong connections between interior and exterior spaces.

Ron speaks at universities and conferences nationwide as a leader in innovative architecture, interiors, and landscape design.

Ron received his Master of Architecture in 1986 at the University of Colorado and his Bachelor of Science in 1984 at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. In 2007, he was elevated to the prestigious College of the Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Ron was honored as an inductee of the Interior DesignHall of Fame in 2009.


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CONTACT

12210 Nebraska Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310 826 6222  phone
310 826 6226  fax

612 York Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
415 872 5107 phone
415 872 5108 fax

Architecture, construction, landscape, and interiors inquiries:
Leo Marmol, FAIA
leo@marmol-radziner.com

Fabrication inquiries:
Todd Jerry
todd@marmol-radziner.com

Press inquiries:
press@marmol-radziner.com


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