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The Pierre

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre är ett av de vackrare hus jag sett på länge där det ligger med vacker utsikt över skärgården på San Juan Islands. Villan är mer eller mindre byggd av lokala material och det tillsammans med sitt gröna tak gör att The Pierre smälter samman med sin omgivning likt en Bond-skurks hemliga högkvarter. Jag kan inte hitta några fel med utsidan och jag gillar inredning nästan lika mycket. Kombinationen av äldre, inbjudande möbler står i vacker kontrast till de råa betong väggarna. Ja, vad mer kan man säga, Olson Kundig Architects har gjort ett otroligt bra jobb. Njut av bilderna efter hoppet!

Plats: San Juan Islands, USA
Byggnadstyp: Villa
Byggår: 2010:
Arkitekter: Olson Kundig Architects

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The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

The Pierre / Foto: Benjamin Benschneider/Olson Kundig Architects

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33 kommentarer till “The Pierre”


  • henzter | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    The Pierre by Olson Kundig. And as they say: Njut av bilderna efter hoppet! http://bit.ly/bsB9MZ

  • Oliver | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    great … real stone inside the house – wonderful

  • Joakim Jansson | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Dream house → http://bit.ly/a8ufET

  • Heydays | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    @joakimjansson Close to perfect. Might as well been in scand. — http://bit.ly/a8ufET

  • Jon Arne Berg | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Indeed a dream house: http://bit.ly/a8ufET
    via @joakimjansson

  • Daniel Tveiten | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Dream house → http://bit.ly/a8ufET (via @joakimjansson) sweet.

  • nikki lincoln | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    @DesignStudio210 Thursday treat! Not sure if you saw this already but thought you might like it! http://bit.ly/dvKIL6

  • Dot Grid | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Dream house → http://bit.ly/a8ufET (via @joakimjansson) sweet. (via @danieliam) Agreed!

  • Dom Cobb | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Please check your totem RT @dotgridno: Dream house → http://bit.ly/a8ufET (via @joakimjansson) sweet. (via @danieliam) Agreed!:

  • Spectacular Blend of Nature & Living: The Pierre Residence | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Nestled between giant boulders and overlooking the San Juan Archipelago, this fascinating looking house comes from Olson Kundig Architects and is also known as  the Pierre residence. We consider this project to be a beautiful and inspiring example of how to combine natural elements with contemporary building designs. The Pierre house was constructed more or less using local materials which is also why it seems to integrate so well in its landscape. The concrete and glass create a nice contrast and together with the rocky formations form one of the most intriguing house facades we’ve seen lately. Even though the exterior could lead one to believe this residence has a modern indoor design, the furniture elements come to negate this first impression. The mix of vintage and natural details creates highly original arrangements.- via BTC [...]

  • Spectacular Blend of Nature & Living: The Pierre Residence :: Interior Design Photos New Ideas Exhibition | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Nestled between giant boulders and overlooking the San Juan Archipelago, this fascinating looking house comes from Olson Kundig Architects and is also known as  the Pierre residence. We consider this project to be a beautiful and inspiring example of how to combine natural elements with contemporary building designs. The Pierre house was constructed more or less using local materials which is also why it seems to integrate so well in its landscape. The concrete and glass create a nice contrast and together with the rocky formations form one of the most intriguing house facades we’ve seen lately. Even though the exterior could lead one to believe this residence has a modern indoor design, the furniture elements come to negate this first impression. The mix of vintage and natural details creates highly original arrangements.- via BTC [...]

  • Beautiful Blend of Nature with Contemporary Home : The Pierre Residence | Pictures Photos Images Galleries of Home Interior Designs | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] This fascinating looking house comes from Olson Kundig Architects and is also known as the Pierre residence. Nestled between giant boulders and overlooking the San Juan Archipelago. The Pierre house was constructed more or less using local materials which is also why it seems to integrate so well in its landscape. The concrete and glass create a nice contrast and together with the rocky formations form one of the most intriguing house facades we’ve seen lately. We consider this project to be a beautiful and inspiring example of how to combine natural elements with contemporary building designs.via [...]

  • Дом среди камней в США | Блог "Частная архитектура" | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Architects Строительство: 2010 Фото: Benjamin Benschneider Источник: BTC // Share| .Реконструкция дома в Швейцарии 2Дом с [...]

  • Дом среди камней в США « Частная архитектура | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Название: Вилла Пьер (Villa Pierre) Расположение: Острова Сан-Хуан, Вашингтон, США Архитектура: Olson Kundig Architects Строительство: 2010 Фото: Benjamin Benschneider Источник: BTC [...]

  • Dream House 26 | AhmedGalal | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Nestled between giant boulders and overlooking the San Juan Archipelago, this fascinating looking house comes from Olson Kundig Architects and is also known as  the Pierre residence. We consider this project to be a beautiful and inspiring example of how to combine natural elements with contemporary building designs. The Pierre house was constructed more or less using local materials which is also why it seems to integrate so well in its landscape. The concrete and glass create a nice contrast and together with the rocky formations form one of the most intriguing house facades we’ve seen lately. Even though the exterior could lead one to believe this residence has a modern indoor design, the furniture elements come to negate this first impression. The mix of vintage and natural details creates highly original arrangements.- via BTC [...]

  • Henrik Severed | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Hus med skön arkitektur – http://www.belowtheclouds.com/2010/11/17/the-pierre/

  • Martin Klausen | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Dream house – http://bit.ly/hjEkqA #architecture

  • Rik Mulder | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    RT @martinklausen: Dream house – http://bit.ly/hjEkqA #architecture

  • Sander Koenen | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    RT @MulderR: RT @martinklausen: Dream house – http://bit.ly/hjEkqA #architecture

  • thehousevote | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Conceived as a bunker nestled into the rock, the Pierre (the French word for
    stone is meant to express materials associated with the site) [...]

  • Amazing Mixture Of Live and Nature on December 26, 2010 @ 11:29 | Creative Home Idea | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] [via] This entry is archived in Houses category. Posted at Dec 26th 2010 Tags:Home Idea, Mixture, Rocky Formations [...]

  • A Few Random Morning Links … | The Pretense of Knowledge | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] The Pierre – San Juan Islands [...]

  • enda mc | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    surely it most be very hard to heat up with all that concrete and stone inside? it may have a warm climate but still,.

  • Charles Luck Stone | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    The Pierre « Below The Clouds http://t.co/brp2jPvT via @Below_TheClouds

  • david p beardsley | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    i could live there for the rest of my life!

  • Vladraconis | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    From outside it looks like an unearthed nuclear bunker. I fail to see the ”blend with nature” in that. When first seeing it I expected too see skeletons and gas masks and huge iron tables indise. The interior is indeed really nice though.

  • danleik | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    And if we’re ever invaded by Japan (or heaven forbid, China), its a ready made pillbox.

  • Maricris of Zensible Mama | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    I think the house would have looked more appealing if the shape of the house was not straight-up square-ish with solid lines. It didn’t really blend too well, rather it stood out. But love the interiors!

  • Glocal Design Mag | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    The Pierre house
    http://t.co/k4ZkdHq2

  • Ar-Tek3 | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    RT @Glocal_Design: The Pierre house
    http://t.co/SRgcyhB3 #arquitectura #architecture tres bonne intervention

  • Paris | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    Amazing home, spectacular setting.

  • Spectacular Blend of Nature & Living: The Pierre Residence | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    [...] Nestled between giant boulders and overlooking the San Juan Archipelago, this fascinating looking house comes from Olson Kundig Architects and is also known as  the Pierre residence. We consider this project to be a beautiful and inspiring example of how to combine natural elements with contemporary building designs. The Pierre house was constructed more or less using local materials which is also why it seems to integrate so well in its landscape. The concrete and glass create a nice contrast and together with the rocky formations form one of the most intriguing house facades we’ve seen lately. Even though the exterior could lead one to believe this residence has a modern indoor design, the furniture elements come to negate this first impression. The mix of vintage and natural details creates highly original arrangements.- via BTC [...]

  • aiabuffalowny | Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    http://t.co/kyqZ2o4m http://t.co/byr4SGBk


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