Friday, January 27th 2017, 08:20:13 AM Published at Niklas Larsen, Wonderful Unique Concrete University Building in Beirut with Overhanging Volume Long Safe and Easy to Climb Ramp and Palm Gardens Architecture Designs. 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.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Monday, January 23rd 2017, 10:37:09 AM. 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, Monday, January 23rd 2017, 10:29:36 AM. The heritage of Northampton, Eastern Pennsylvania is proudly translated into this blue and light gray concrete home design. The used of cement product for the home material is the way to honor the birthplace of American Portland Cement for the Architect Joseph N. Biondo. The blue and light gray exterior wall colors are interesting. The blue comes in two shades and in striped pattern for the upper level. This house looks stylish thanks to the geometric blue shades of the wall. The ground level grey concrete wall at the opposite looks solid. The home as a whole is calm and classy. In the inside, the interior design is minimalist with beautiful touch of color and texture from both cement and wood materials.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Sunday, January 22nd 2017, 10:03:41 AM. For Unpredictable Oslo weather, the architects at Rintal Eggertsson Architects have designed this compact prefab house for easy heating. This 19 sq meters fancy house is not a common choice for a family home. But since the house is economical and easy to heat for half year in a row, the house may be good for cottage or vacation house. The house design is stylish, modern and comprises all necessary rooms. Bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and living room all are wrapped in a box made of metal panels and glass. Inside, economical factor plays important part in design. The all wood interior design might not as fancy as the exterior design but is functional. This minimalist interior provides anything you need. The interior is complete and would provide you what you might want to do inside a house when the outside temperature is freezing.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Sunday, January 22nd 2017, 10:03:36 AM. This beautiful shipping container sunset observatory is raised in the harbor of Songdo New City in Incheon, South Korea. Composed of five shipping containers, this “OceanScope” stands beautifully with three different angles of 10, 30 and 50 degrees. Since the container shape is of cubical design, any attempt to flex the shape to make it visually flow and blend with the nature is usually difficult. So the AnL Studio wanted to focus on the designing of the container itself and to show others how the stiff steel building blocks could be attractive as well. These recycled shipping containers were planted firmly on solid concrete foundation and were installed with metal stairs. The beach visitor can walk inside and see three distinct views in every container with different angle. The cuts along the walls serve as viewing windows. There, the interior features 10’ slope and 30’ metal stair to the top. There are also 50’ mirror surface / seat and screen / projection. The interior itself is finished with wood board finish.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, January 21st 2017, 10:00:25 AM. The size of this prefab house is about similar to a shipping container. If you still confuse in making your prefab home beautiful, this simple arrangement and color of the prefab we posted here might help you to decide your preferred style. And, also to show us that beautiful prefab home can be obtained with simple cross design and coloring. This house is designed with two prefab at the first floor and two prefab above them. The volumes are stacked crosswise (dubbed the name crossbox). The design creates a unique and contemporary form. The modular prefab was then painted black for the first floor and combination of green and brighter green with beautiful pattern for the top floor. The vacant spaces above the first level feature grass and small vegetation. The result is stunning. This house is something to look at when you pass it by for the first time. The black ground floor volume and the geometric green upper volume is so wonderful. The painting patterns and the exterior wall texturing look elegant and glamorous. The roof for the ground prefab is completed with green roof feature.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, January 21st 2017, 09:59:33 AM. This is a project that located in Thailand and is capable to accommodate 50 local children. This project’s name is Soe Ker Tie Hias or “butterfly Houses”. The name refers to its flip-up roof that opens like a butterfly wing. These wings are designed to provide natural ventilation and to collect rainwater. These houses are made of prefabricated iron wood that are assembled on site. Another material is bamboo, which gives the house transparent look from the inside and outside. This project is finished in February 2009. The architects were TYIN Tegnestue, a group of student architects. These houses are located in Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand. This project is a unique project. This is not a real housing for settlement but this project really gives those children a wonderful place to play.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, January 21st 2017, 09:57:01 AM. Let’s start with the technical description first. This modular home is designed as a vacation home which occupies 1,400 sq feet land. As a vacation home, the outdoors activity is a must. So, this home is designed by Architecton and Shelter Industries with easy access to the deck. It is the place where the outdoors activity is held. Now, comes to the green feature. This home is equipped with features that can preserve the environment. First this house uses recycled material. The windows are designed to save energy. The roof is designed to collect rain water. The garden is featured with drought-resistant plants and grasses. Its modular construction is “green” too. It saves construction budget. The home itself is beautiful. We may think that the award was awarded not only because of the green features but also because it comes with fabulous design. The color combination of metallic roof, cedar timber and metallic steel beams is really charming. It is something that would make many heads lean toward it. The interior design is an exceptional beauty. You can tell the beauty of the home yourself when you see the photos. This home is a successful green building for the building is not only fully featured with green technology but also comes with architectural beauty. That’s what the architecture and technology for.
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