Monday, January 23rd 2017, 10:37:09 AM Published at Stela Lucija, Fascinating Office Building Into Black Home Conversion, Natural Stone and Concrete Forest House and Minimalist Mountain House with Long Elegant Cantilevered Living Room with Glass Walls Home Designs. The office building conversion into residential here was the creation from architects of Taylor Smyth Architects. The metal wall facade is elegant in brown color with brick wall for lower part of the wall. Beautiful lighting and wonderful glass windows looks as beautiful accent for the exterior. The interior is rich in detail. Plush luxury rug spans in the living room. An elegant elliptical glass table sits gently on the rug accompanied by cube metal table. There, the living room also features a sphere suspension lamp. The backyard is elegant with its pool and wooden deck. Moreover, there are also wicker outdoor furniture and long sofa with colorful cushions covers. There’s no visible trace of the former office in this house. And, the more important thing is the house looks like what it should looks. This ia a beautiful and inviting house for the occupant and their guests. This house is located in Yorkville, Toronto, Canada.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Friday, February 03rd 2017, 11:22:25 AM. This “Little Brick Studio” is a building consists of a garage on the main floor and a studio above and was designed to blend with the existing house and the small houses in its neighborhood in Melbourne, Australia yet also has its own character. This small studio was finished with wonderful textured bricks inspired by the nearby brick factories in Abbotsford. A very interesting and beautiful exterior design with the bricks protrude from the wall. Also, the white color given to this wall looks so warmth and welcoming when it is combined with the dark color of the fence and the natural brown color for the fence, the pool deck and the windows’ frames.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Thursday, February 02nd 2017, 11:22:51 AM. For this home, most part of about 90% of the construction was for the upper ground level. Although this house, the “Stonehawke House” seems to be a three levels house but this top level is at the same level to the natural ground due to the sloping terrain. And, as for the rear side of the house that faces the woods, a grassed area was created as a playground for the kids and aesthetically to blend the house with the natural boulders and the bush setting more to the rear. Architect: Base Architecture. Photography by ©Christopher Frederick Jones/CFJPhotography.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Wednesday, February 01st 2017, 10:25:09 AM. This house is a remodeled from1950’s house and is located on the peninsula south of San Francisco. The architects of Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects focused the four buildings that make up the house to the existing pond and adding some sustainable features. The four buildings in this house are the main house, study, a pool house and a garage. This existing pond was designed to look as a natural pond, there are some large stone, flower and some small plants that make this pond looks like a calm river. Just next to the pool, the main house houses living room which is divided in some smaller living areas. These areas have various styles, from a formal with sofa to the casual one with the rounded table. These living areas are bordered with expansive glasses that reveal the views of the nearby pond and the garden just after the pond. There’s also a long pool surrounded by secluded plants creating a holiday atmosphere in daily life. This house also features photo-voltaic cells, passive cooling, geothermal radiant heating, high fly-ash concrete, formaldehyde-free casework and denim insulation.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Tuesday, January 31st 2017, 10:22:50 AM. This modern glass house is situated in a calm wooded area on the Lake Anna in Virginia. After a journey through a winding road guests would end at this beautiful three stories glass house just close to lake. This modern house, the Buisson Residence was designed by architect Robert M. Gurney and is arranged in an L shape with the large white wall provides boundaries between the view of the pine forest and the lake upon arrival. The two volumes are then connected with a glass enclosed bridge. The primary living spaces is created in the large “L” volume to provide views to the lake at the west and the south while the service volume is housed in the smaller “L” volume. This volume looks as a wonderful combination with its wooden cladding. There, the second story of this house is clad in copper, giving it similar look to the wood cladding.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, January 30th 2017, 03:20:01 AM. The interior is also impressive. The interior as a whole is large bright and airy. The ambiance as a whole is calm. The living room is equipped with fireplace with elegant textured wall. The kitchen is sleek and minimalist with its brown and white colors. Small dining room is equipped there along with 3 green dining chair. A wonderful small garden provides serene ambiance to the kitchen via the large glass wall. Natural lighting comes from almost anywhere. Furthermore, the double height living room on the first floor gets natural lighting from the glass windows at the second floor. This modern living room gets more livable with the warmth wooden floor, stair and furnishing combined with its neutral palette.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, January 30th 2017, 03:14:19 AM. This house is green, not because of the eco friendly features but solely because the green little vegetation that cover the walls. This traditional mansion style house is something like a perfect example for traditional house lovers. This house is clean and bright. It has clean and nice grass gardens including the palm trees and others big vegetation. This mansion house has pool and tennis court.
Architecture Designs Niklas Larsen, Friday, January 27th 2017, 08:20:13 AM. This unique, wonderful concrete building is a university building belongs to the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut (AUB). The architect, Zaha Hadid Architects had won a competition to design a new building for the university and came out with a special place to engage and encourage research, interaction and to broaden debate on the public policy and international relations in the Arab world.
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