SUBTILITAS

SUBTĪLITĀS (latin; noun f., 3rd):
fineness of texture, logic, detail; slenderness, exactness, acuteness; sharpness : precision




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Atelier Bow WowAsama house, Karuizawa 2000. Via.



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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.



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Mattias Klotz - Techos house, San Carlos de Bariloche 2006. Photos (C) Roland Halbe.



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Wolveridge - House in Torquay, 2012. Photos (C) Derek Swalwell.



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Creus e Carrasco Arquitectos - Casa Chao, Corcubión 2013. Via, photos (C) Hector Santos-Díez.



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Koeberl Doeringer Architekten - House in an alley, Passau 2010. 



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Uno Tomoaki - Nagashima courtyard house, Ichinomiya 2007.



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Uno Tomoaki - Sakurakaido house, Inuyama 2004.



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Uno Tomoaki - Hazu house, Japan 2007. The architect also has a tumblr page of his work. 



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Peter Zumthor - Haldenstein studio, 1986 (previously). Scans via, photos (C) Hélène Binet.



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Peter Zumthor - Luzi house, Jenaz 2002. Scans via, photos (C) Walter Mair



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Graser Architekten - Curtgin house, Vignogn 2009. Photos (C) Ralph Feiner. 



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Graber Pulver - House for the architect’s parents, Crans-Montana 2003. Via, photos (C) Christian Grund, Hannes Henz



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Gion A Caminada - Caminada house, Vrin 2000. Having lived and practiced in the small Swiss mountain village of Vrin (populated only be a few hundred residents) for his career, Caminada has a body of work that is highly contextual in its comprehensive understand of local tradition, yet subtly modern in it’s interpretation. For his own house above, the structural system is based on a traditional “Stickbau" method of stacking timbers, however this system is exploited and engineered to it’s full potential to create unobstructed interior spaces, bridge large structural spans, and create aesthetic deviations as seen in the clean corner detail in the bottom image. Scans via, photos (C) Lucia Degonda



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Gion A. Caminada - Walpen house, Blatten 2002. Scans via, photos (C) Lucia Degonda



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