“Architecture, art of shadows”
Designed for a couple in their thirties, the house is located in the Southern Hemisphere, in the central part of Chile.
The house layout captures natural luminosity across the daytime (morning, day, evening and night), and aligns with the light sources’ orbits (sun, moon, stars), achieving the desired shades for the house’s activities.
Newlands House is a Grade II* Listed property built in the late C18 in Petworth, West Sussex. The property was originally built as a private residence for Dr Newlands and after many conversions throughout the years it has been recently converted into a prestigious Art Gallery. The Gallery has been granted museum status in early 2021 and since, valuable artwork is exhibited there.
HISTORY IN THE MAKING
Dublanc Studio architects and designers marry the past with the present in their projects which specialise in repairing or extending historic properties.
The calm countryside in Central Europe is populated with beautiful ancient stone buildings in severe state of disrepair. Restoring these buildings can produce as a result unique homes or summer houses and help updating the historic patrimony of our ancestors.
In partnership with Doug Patterson
The observatory was designed as a 2-storey tower with an automated aluminium dome. The stone circular construction has an independent column that goes undisturbed by vibrations to an independent foundation pad to hold the telescope above.