Tipología:Housing Complexes


Ely Court

Ely Court is the first of three projects by Alison Brooks Architects within the South Kilburn Estate Regeneration masterplan to complete. In total ten practices are working on the 15-year programme, which aims to transform the area and reintegrate the estate and its community back into the fabric of the city through the provision of 2400 new homes.

ROAM, co-living complex in Bali

The vision of this place was to create community. A model of a micro society where people find their own space for privacy as well as places of gathering, exchange, movement and education, the structure we had found prior to it's make over already had a great deal of that desired spatial configuration we find today.

Rooms with a view

"Rooms with a view", evokes not only the film of the same name, but also the magic of a domestic, landscaped setting. It is in this poetic, yet functional, spirit that the architects imagined their project for the LEGTA (Agricultural Technological and General High School) boarding house in Saint-Genis Laval.


Triptyque Architecture introduces TEMPO, a set of 9 houses integrated in the exuberant nature of the Trancoso village, in the Bahia region of Brazil.


This is the elderly care facility located in Shobara City, Hiroshima. All the time, the client hopes that this facility can be a wooden warmly house which family and the surrounding residents can visit casually. There are many promenades, alleys and gardens opened to public inside this site.

Kavel Houses

The ambitions of AG SOB (Ghent Urban Development Corporation) go further than developing new urban districts and redrawing, in broad gestures, the existing urban fabric. Their Kavel project is an exercise in the precise implementation of small-scale housing following unconventional principles.

Kirinda House in Hambantota, Sri Lanka

Located in the south-east coast of Sri Lanka, the village of Kirinda is a community of Islamic fishermen. On December 26, 2004, most of buildings of the village were swept away by the Tsunami of the Sumatra Earthquake. The villagers were forced to live in temporary houses’ severe conditions. This post-Tsunami rehabilitation project included construction of 45 houses and a mosque, and tree planting.

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