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A House for All Seasons / Poly Studio

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Melbourne, Australia
  • Architects: Poly Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  230.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

Walk-in Showers Without Doors or Curtains: Design Tips and Examples

Because it doesn't include a bathtub, or require doors, screens, or curtains, the walk-in shower often makes bathrooms appear larger, cleaner, and more minimalist. 

However, some precautions must be taken when designing them. Most importantly, the shower cannot be left completely open, even if it appears to be at first glance. Most designs incorporate a tempered glass that prevents water from "bouncing" out of the shower space, subtly closing the area. When this transparent division doesn't have a frame, the appearance of fungi due to accumulation of water and moisture becomes less likely.

Casa de monte / TACO taller de arquitectura contextual. Image © Leo Espinosa Fagerstrom House / Claesson Koivisto Rune. Image © Åke E:son Lindman AUTOHAUS / Matt Fajkus Architecture. Image © Charles Davis Smith Pombal / AZO. Sequeira Arquitectos Associados. Image © Nelson Garrido + 28

The Elms Boutique Apartments / Chan Architecture

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Brighton, Australia

Hawthorn Villa / McManus Lew Architects

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Melbourne, Australia

Box Hill North Townhouse / Inbetween Architecture

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Melbourne, Australia

Sun-Filled Spaces Created By Skylights In 20 Architectural Projects

Perhaps the most renowned 'skylight' ever built is the Pantheon of Rome commissioned by Marco Vipsanius Agrippa during the reign of Emperor Augustus (27 BC-14 AD) and rebuilt by Hadrian (117-118) around 126 AD. At the highest point of its dome (in this case, the oculus) the sunlight shines, casting its beams over the various statues of planetary deities that occupy the niches on the walls. The light that enters the space symbolizes a cosmic, sacred dimension. In projects around the world, natural light continues to fulfill this scenic role, especially in religious projects.

It is characterized as zenithal illumination as that which comes from above, from the sky (zenith). Very useful for large spaces that can not be adequately lit by windows, skylights are a widely used device for providing a pleasant, diffuse light. Generally, care is taken to prevent direct entry of sunlight; the openings must be well designed so that they do not overheat the space of allow water infiltration. Below is a collection of projects that make good use of this technique.

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Fitzroy North House / BENT Architecture

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Melbourne, Australia

Bent Annexe / BENT Architecture

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Downside Up House / WALA

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Albert Park, Australia
  • Architects: WALA
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  142.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018

Cecil St House / Chan Architecture

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South Melbourne, Australia

Humble House / Coy Yiontis Architects

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Barwon Heads, Australia

Green Shutter House / OOF! architecture

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  • Architects: OOF! architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  118.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2017

Molesworth St House / Chan Architecture

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9 Homes With Indoor/Outdoor Spaces for All the Summer Vibes

Tropical Box House / WHBC Architects. Image © Kent Soh
Tropical Box House / WHBC Architects. Image © Kent Soh

For many, summer brings a sharp increase in time spent outdoors. Whether that be a dip in the pool after a long day at work or a casual stroll to the office, the summer months are best enjoyed outside. Admittedly, there are times when the summer heat can be too intense, and A/C is needed, but why not enjoy the great outdoors while you're at it?

Architecture provides the unique opportunity to meld the comfort of the indoors with the experience of being outdoors. Selected from our project archives, these nine houses offer the perfect combination of indoor/outdoor spaces ripe for summer living.

Limerick House / Solomon Troup Architects

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Eganstown, Australia

Tess + JJ’s House / po-co Architecture

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South Yarra, Australia
  • Architects: po-co Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  117.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2016

Rathmines House / MRTN Architects

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Melbourne, Australia
  • Architects: MRTN Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  163.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2017