Home Designs Published by Stela Lucija, Tuesday, December 13th 2016, 03:12:33 AM.
If you like some ideas on how your next modern house would look like, you could take inspiration from these houses. We have some wonderful houses here that are really inspiring. Some of these would be these ones:
When the Architect Nico Van Der Meulen used glass material as a one of the dominant materials for this house, he had intended that the people being able to see the outdoor and indoor of the house without separation. The used of glass also is a great choice to make the building looks modern. As a country with tropical climate, open design also is a good option because the owner doesn’t have to think about heating and the particular design also gives natural cooling for the house. Another interesting spot is in the garden. The deck at the swimming pool gives another impression since the wooden material blended very well with the glass and stone materials of the house.
Gallagher Design is an architect known for its high quality design. This home is located in the Las Lomas Bluffs in California. The gorgeous home has 7 beds, 7.5 baths, floating staircase, beautiful oak floor, 1200 wine cellar and more. As an addition it has a rooftop deck to enjoy the ocean view and spacious 3 cars garage.
The facade of the home was designed to prevent passersby from looking inside. A hermetic facade is built for the goal. The facade is closed and only a large trapezoidal glass front door can be seen from the street. Another consideration was to make the home green and economical. These can be achieved by using windows from floor to ceiling. Such design allows the building to receive plenty of natural light throughout the day. The natural light also is easily obtained throughout large windows. The home which located in Linz, Austria is built from prefabricated materials and has cellulose-fiber thermal isolation. The architect of the home was Caramel Architect.
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