Home Designs Published by Stela Lucija, Wednesday, January 25th 2017, 10:07:55 AM.
This house is located at Ross Street in Wisconsin. This house has been built with the architect’s wishes, style and experiences mixed together to form a wonderful place to live. We are charmed by this design. We like the simplicity of the design. The grey textured structure stands gently above the white base. Definitely, this house doesn’t blend with the environment. It has its own identity.
The interiors have different stories from its calm, simple exterior. It’s brighter, more colorful and obviously not a minimalist interior design like the exterior design counterpart. Light blue colors of the wall, chair and the couch play beautiful visual impact with timber flooring and furniture. And, also with the unique chessboard like rugs. Along with those color combination, the house decoration also use some red elements to give strong visual impact for some point of spaces. The design is in wonderful contrast with the low profile yet beautiful fireplace. This beautiful house belongs to Carol Richard.
This Holiday house belongs to the architect Adam Michael and is located in the Australia outback. After designing many retreat houses an architect may need to relax and enjoy himself in his own retreat house. The site location is on a hill with very beautiful surroundings of hills, valley and lush green forest. It seems that it was important for the architect to build the house with large glass cladding, mostly for the living areas. These areas also have a reflecting pool that creates the aura of calm and serene as well as mimicking the nature. The other areas are built in separate volumes. These areas house two bedrooms. The glass cladding also are utilized well for those volumes but only at the valley facing sides. These volumes are clad mostly with dark timber. All of the areas including living and bedrooms are sheltered with open roof. The roof also being mounted with PV cells to collect the solar energy.
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