A collection of residential projects by Kenchiku 2600
This is a two-storey residential project that needs a facelift to its Boxy floor plan. The owner decided to replace the existing roof with a roof deck and needs to have a design for its exterior. The existing floor plan is rectangular in shape which makes the exterior have a bland look.
The architect decided to add aesthetic elements to the facade such as wood slats and canopies in order to have some protrusions on the residence's flat face. To create more impression of extrusion, some parts of the parapet are offseted inwards from the perimeter.
Existing window openings and design are either replaced, enlarged or relocated to compliment the new facade, and the existing fence design is also modified to compliment with the building.
A duplex residential in Baguio City situated on a sloping terrain. In order to reduce construction cost, minimal site disturbance is done through a split-level configuration of the different units. This will reduce excavation cost for the construction of the project.
A modern-designed residential in Baguio City with wood and deco stone accents. Vertical fins on the facade adds privacy for the large windows on the facade.
A commissioned architectural visualization for a residential house here in Baguio City. Proposed exterior material to be used is Shusugi Ban -- a type of wood treatment in which wood panels are burned to achieve the desired dark look. This gives a modern yet organic feel to the house.
This project is a small residential house in Baguio City with only 77sqm of lot to work with. It has 1 basement and has 3-storeys which are configured in a split-type manner due to the terrain it was built in. This project has 2 bedrooms, 2 toilet and bath, 1 powder room for the 3-storey owner house. The basement is a rentable space with 2 bedrooms and 1 toilet and bath.