House House / Andrew Maynard Architects (from addition to existing structure)

House House / Andrew Maynard Architects (from addition to existing structure)

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 1

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 1

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 4

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 4

Image 4 of 50 from gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects. Photograph by Peter Bennetts

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 3

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 3

Image 3 of 50 from gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects. Photograph by Peter Bennetts

HOUSE House is a single building that extends both homes. They are separate homes within one architecture. The new structure runs north/south while the original houses run east/west. The House has two different entrances.

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 6

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 6

Image 6 of 50 from gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects. Photograph by Peter Bennetts

HOUSE House by Andrew Maynard Architects - perforated steel lets lifght into the house via Lunchbox Architect

Image 30 of 50 from gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects. First & Second Floor Plan

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 31


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This timber and brick combination is continued throughout the house. - House House

Gallery of House House / Austin Maynard Architects - 12

This timber and brick combination is continued throughout the house. - House House

A monopitched roof allows for higher ceilings, provides space for clerestory windows under the eaves of the roof and enables architects to lengthen gallery windows on the seams of the house. This allows for an influx of natural light, enhanced views and a greater sense of spaciousness inside.

A monopitched roof allows for higher ceilings, provides space for clerestory windows under the eaves of the roof and enables architects to lengthen gallery windows on the seams of the house. This allows for an influx of natural light, enhanced views and a greater sense of spaciousness inside.

This gabled extension borrows the form of a doll's house.

Gabled extension by BKK borrows the form of a doll's house

Tom Dixon's Peninsula Garden nods to its heritage while helping to sustain its future | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Tom Dixon's Peninsula Garden nods to its heritage while helping to sustain its future | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

House, Arlington, Virginia, USA (by Studio Twenty Seven)

Gallery of Empty Nester Residence / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture - 10

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