London’s Riding House Street hosts a range of architectural styles although, all of the buildings do share a common trait — a brick facade. Not to disrupt the aesthetic, The Interlock does adopt the traditional exterior while presenting it a contemporary way. The five-story building swaps the classic brickwork dimensions for a collection of 44 misshapen, clay blocks. Each one was set into 14 hand-crafted steel molds and fired in oxidation to create the matt blue finish. Totaling 5,000 pieces, their unconventional pattern creates a 3D effect that morphs as people pass by. Internally, the mixed-use development houses three residential units, a café, and a gallery. Taking a more light, airy approach, the interior features white-washed walls, oak flooring, and bathrooms finished in terrazzo.
Built in the mountains of Norway, the One-Third House is designed to expand. The main living space is a traditional two-story cabin with a footprint that measures just over 500 square feet. While the modest dwelling offers cozy accommodations for a young couple, the pair wanted room to grow. The solution was an open-air veranda. Double the size of the main house, the uninsulated area extends from the home with a shared roof. Tilted glulam columns give the space supports and a more modern, industrial design while also framing in views of the dramatic landscape. Although it currently functions as anything from a storage room and garage to a workshop and banquet hall, it can easily be transformed into additional living space in the future.
Positioned on the ground floor of 1-7 The Strand is a unique opportunity to occupy a location where you can enjoy everything Takapuna has to offer. Your office will be going under refurbishment with expected completion April 2020. Layout will comprise of a generous reception and open plan layout along with exclusive kitchenette. The tenancy will also benefit from the new lobby upgrades and end of trip facilities.
This is a fantastic opportunity. Don’t miss out!
Floor area: 68m² (Approx.)
Car parks: Available at an additional cost
– Refurbishment commencing soon
– Undercover car parking available
– High stud glass frontage
– Close to public transport
– Less than 500m to Takapuna Beach
– Available April 2020
For more information and an appointment to view this well appointed space please contact NAI Harcourts today.
Organic architecture was first coined by Frank Lloyd Wright nearly a century ago. Although the practice isn’t new, Niko Architecture offers a fresh take on the philosophy with the House in the Landscape. The dwelling lives in harmony with its environment, appearing to emerge from the artificial landscape like a sculpted boulder. To further integrate the exterior into the surroundings, a green roof is planted with woody and herbaceous species. Floor-to-ceiling glazing keeps a constant connection between the interior and the outdoors by offering expansive views. The windows also expand the living spaces to a terrace where a free-flowing infinity pool mimics a natural body of water.
This character office tenancy is situated on the first floor with fantastic access to the motorway interchange. Spanning 240m² of exclusive office space that enjoys pleasant views of Auckland city across to Fred Thomas Drive, creating a wonderful light-filled working environment. Currently configured with a functional mix of open plan office space that can be tailored to suit. This is a creative space that suits a variety of uses..
With affordable rental rates on offer this could be an ideal solution for growing your business.
Floor area: 240.7m²
Car parks: Seven allocated parks
– Superb natural light
– Self contained
– Close proximity to motorway interchange
– Modern office environment
– Available now!!
For more information and an appointment to view this well appointed space, please contact the agents at NAI Harcourts today.
The city of Merida has a rich colonial heritage that has evolved into the cultural heart of the Yucatán Peninsula. Fusing together its past and present, Workshop architects have created the Filux Art Laboratory for the International Festival of Lights Mexico. The event space occupies a former colonial house. Many of the structure’s historic features have been left untouched, serving as an antique backdrop for contemporary exhibition and art pieces. On the central terrace, intricate lattice around the exterior casts light and shadows on the building creating a light exhibit of its own.
Sited on a wooded bluff overlooking the canal, the Hood Cliff Retreat replaces a 1962 cedar cabin in the Pacific Northwest. The new structure consists of a flat-roofed dwelling built on the existing footprint, an addition, and a bunkhouse. Opposed to the original cabin, the current home breaks up its rough-sawn cedar facade with panels of glazing for a deeper connection to the outdoors. Reclaimed beams and siding have been repurposed in the interior as countertops and cladding. The salvaged materials combine with pine plywood walls and ceilings and cast-concrete to create a warm, inviting atmosphere. While celestial windows and floor-to-ceiling glass flood the living spaces with natural light, they also bring in views of the surrounding flora and fauna for a nature-minded family. The inside seamlessly flows to the exterior terraces where oversized eaves offer shelter for viewing the native killdeer bird.
Situated on a hilltop in Norway, the Sirdal Twin Cabins offer a winter refuge for the nearby slopes. The two structures are made from asymmetrical forms. A steeply sloped roofline blocks the harsh winter winds on one side while creating a sheltered south-facing terrace on the other. Opposite of the exterior’s darkly stained timber facade, the interior is lined with warm pine paneling. Solid pine flooring complete the simplified palette throughout the opening living space. To take advantage of the alpine setting, strategically placed windows frame in views of the surrounding landscape.
Located off Apollo Drive, one of Albany’s most well established office streets. Commonly referred to as the technical park, if Albany is your preferred location, this is one office space you must view. This premises has one partitioned office/boardroom and a large open plan area with a kitchen and toilet facilities. As expected, the office has data cabling and air conditioning installed, maximising comfort and flexibility. Inclusion of internal access to the rear warehouse for either additional car parking or storage, your choice. This office is a perfect opportunity for any professional requiring high quality office space.
Floor area: Office 82.7m² with additional storage warehouse 48.6m² (Approx.)
Car parks: 3 allocated parks
– Excellent location
– Air conditioning
– Quality office complex
– Easily accessible location
– Additional storage with internal access
– Available January 2020
For more information and an appointment to view this well appointed space please contact the SOLE AGENTS at NAI Harcourts today.