Home Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Tuesday, January 24th 2017, 10:11:39 AM.
When the architect Adams Mohler Ghillino wanted more spaces in his house, he raised his house one level. From the front, the rear part of the house is visible since this house is clad in glass for the front and the rear part of the first level. This house is also characterized by its wood cladding. This cladding is more extensive at the second level. These glasses do not only make the house looks modern but also brighten the interior. From the main entrance, you’ll find a living room after the first glass cladding. The room continuous to the kitchen and dining room with inner courtyard view. There, you could find another living room with lowered floor level. The entire area that spans from the entrance to the rear of the house is bordered with a long wooden wall with beautiful pattern. It is given a name the “Wall House.” This house, the 810 SF, is located in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
This beautiful black and white home is a house of an Australian Architect Sharon Fraser. It is off course, fits their taste and style. And for Sharon it is “something I’ve wanted to build for a while, totally different from the other projects.” For us it is also different than anything we have ever seen. Three different volumes with stunning black and white color and different shape for each volume is something that we will remember at the first sight. With the site overlooking a lush green valley, bringing the outdoors in is a must. Large windows and entry with sliding and pivoting glass doors are the main features for the task. The outdoor swimming pool that enclosed with transparent glass is also designed as a place to admire the nature. The sense of humor of the architect is shown by placing the red rabbit in front of the pool. It can be seen directly from the home when the owner or her guests admire the nature. The home is located in Byron Bay. Australia. photo credit: Richard Powers.
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