Ten Top Images on Archinect’s "Bathroom Spaces" Pinterest Board

In case you haven't checked out Archinect's Pinterest boards in a while, we have compiled ten recently pinned images from outstanding projects on various Archinect Firm and People profiles. (Tip: use the handy FOLLOW feature to easily keep up-to-date with all your favorite Archinect profiles!) Today's top images (in no particular order) are from the board Bathroom Spaces. West London House in Hammersmith, UK by Neil Dusheiko Architects; Photo: Charles Hosea and Agnese Sanvito Jax House in Hackney, UK by Paul Archer Design; Photo: Will Pryce PRESTON in Venice, CA by OBERMEYER The HUB Performance and Exhibition Center in Shanghai, China by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office; Photo: Dirk Weiblen cdr in Cesena, Italy by tissellistudio Modern Residence in Sacramento, CA by Klopf Architecture; Photo: Mariko Reed York House in Marylebone, UK by Patrick Lewis Architects; Photo:
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Inland House / Gerrad Hall Architects

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  • Other Participants : “No. 8 Engineering” – Oisin Frost
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From the architect. The site was a secret valley that had been subdivided off from a larger farm located about an hour north or Auckland.

Site Plan Site Plan

I wanted to explore what a “Modern Farmhouse” could be using traditional New Zealand rural buildings as a formal reference for two of the three structures. One is a faithful copy of a shed typology, the other is an evolution of a hay-barn typology into a more complicated spatial experience. The third building is a tower standing as an sentinel for the valley and utilised as guest accommodation.

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The clients wanted to retreat from the city back to the land and memories

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John James Village / DJAS Architects

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  • Architects: DJAS Architects
  • Location: Rusden St, Garran ACT 2605, Australia
  • Architect In Charge: James Hetherington, Adam Litherland
  • Area: 0.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Rodrigo Vargas
  • Project Manager: RPS Project Management
  • Head Contractor: Project Coordination
  • Landscape Architect: Harris Hobbs
  • Structural & Services: Northrop Consulting Engineers
  • Energy Consultant: Gradwell Consulting
  • Acoustic: Rudds Consulting Engineers
  • Bushfire Assessment: Australian Bushfire Consultants
  • Bca: Certified Building Solutions
  • Quantity Surveyor: Wilde and Woollard
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Site Plan Site Plan

From the architect. John James Village, operated by the Leukaemia Foundation, provides respite accommodation free of charge for patients from regional areas who are undergoing treatment in Canberra for blood borne diseases, such as leukaemia. The village is designed to be a ‘home away from home’ for the patients and their families whilst they are in Canberra. The Leukaemia Foundation outgrew their previous facility, which was a single dwelling house shared by multiple patients.

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Architects envision Trump’s America in the “Complicity and Defiance” charrette — winners announced!

The U.S.A. is barely 100 days into the Trump presidency, and a sure hell of a lot has happened in the last few months, huh? No doubt, the design community has reacted strongly to Trump's rambunctious power-mongering, including a revival of the debate on complicity and defiance in architecture.

In response, competition organizer Archistophanes/Reality Cues — who previously created the cheeky “Good Walls Make Good Neighbors, Mr. Trump” competition — launched the Complicity and Defiance in Architecture charrette, wherein entrants had to create “a provocative message of critique and/or defiance” towards any of Trump's authoritarian legislation measures. Here's a peek of the top three winners and a few honorable mentions: 1ST PLACE: Oil Border by Elisabeth Drumpf​ 2ND PLACE: ​Absurdity Redlined by SJ Kwon 3RD PLACE: ​Humane Security Corridor by Zachary Wilson HONORABLE MENTION: EcoPorn by Yoshihara Hisao HONORABLE MENTION: Trumpe L’œil by Sara Castillo HONORABLE MENTION: The Garden
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Catholic Priest House Chom Thong / Needs Natural Studio

  • Architects: Needs Natural Studio
  • Location: หลักเมือง ซอย 7 Tambon Khuang Pao, Amphoe Chom Thong, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50160, Thailand
  • Architect In Charge: Siriphan Weroj
  • Area: 230.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: BLINE SPACE

From the architect. The project is catholic priest house, at St. Miachel Garigoyle church, In Chom Thong district, Chiang Mai, Thailand. First story house is public areas. It has meeting room, priest working room, waiting area and living area. Between areas have clean voids for make relationship inside spaces (Room) to outside spaces (Landscape).

First Floor First Floor
Second Floor Second Floor

Second story house is private areas. It has priest bed room, guest bed room, bath rooms, living area, storage room and terrace. Voids were set for view from inside to

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Design Milk Travels To… Montréal

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                                Don’t be fooled. Despite its Old World architecture, cobblestone streets, and century-old facades, Montréal is a bustling hub of culture, design, art, food… the list goes on. Only a train ride away from New York City (and a gorgeous one at that), Montréal also happens to be the second largest French-speaking city in the world! Due to the intriguing juxtaposition of old and new world, Montréal has its own romantic charm that distinguishes it from Paris and any other city, at that. Get a glimpse of that certain je ne sais quoi that both residents and visitors alike describe when visiting this glittering metropolis.


Hotel Gault Lobby

Hotel Gault lobby

Hotel Gault: This boutique hotel focuses on creating a design-oriented experience with outstanding customer service. Choose from four different atmospheres to suit your tastes — maybe you prefer an airy loft, a generous suite, a room with a terrace view, or a cozy
The opening of JON RAFMAN at Arsenal
Palais des congrès de Montréal
Philippe Dubuc Flagship Store Designed by Saucier Perrotte
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