Saturday, January 21st 2017, 09:57:01 AM Published at Stela Lucija, Inspiring Modular Architecture Construction – Fascinating Budget and Eco Friendly Prefab Vacation House and Red Sea Food Restaurant Ideas Home Designs. This red sea food prefab restaurant uses passive solar energy to provide 40% of the power required. Another 60% is provided by propane fuel. This restaurant uses 20 feet reused container box with interesting design. It is painted red, very striking color and more. As a sea food/fast food restaurant Muvbox serves lobster delicacies, sea food pizza, and other high quality local products. The walls are expandable and serve as deck when they open. The walls are painted with very beautiful and with sparkling color graphics of lobster pictures. The box can be deployed or vanished in two minutes. This restaurant was located in Montreal’s Old Port and had outdoor dining area for 28 people.
Wednesday, September 06th 2017, 08:02:14 AM Published at Niklas Larsen, Amazing Prefabricated Home Design Ideas from Wood and Container Home Designs. Black Container Art Studio with White Modern Interior This prefab home was made of shipping container but in the hand of Los Angeles architects Peter DeMaria for Logical Homes. This company is known as a California prefab outfit. You can hardly see the origin. It has a cantilevered roof and glass cladding for most of the front sides. The front porch is quite large and the shading also is large. The beach house example for this product is so cool and is a perfect house to enjoy breeze and sun.
Monday, February 27th 2017, 11:24:29 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Beautiful Modern Glass Forest Home Idea with Stone Wall Accent and Wooden Ceiling Home Designs. This house is a new insertion into a wonderful forested landscape. However, the design allows it to reside in this immaculate landscape as though it has always been an original part of the land. Architects / Designers: Tact Architecture. Design team: Michael Krus / Prish Jain / Barry Hajder. Photography: Terence Tourangeau.
Furniture Niklas Larsen, Wednesday, April 12th 2017, 12:44:55 PM. Anytime you want to enjoy a cup of coffee in your home, this “Stitch Table” can be an interesting companion. It is a natural-looking coffee table with strong unique appeal. The wooden top features a split that looks natural yet unique due to the four stitches that held the slab together. A little bit funny since this design remind us about someone trying to fix something inappropriately. The stitches are made of recycled plastic, complemented with the rustic style of the wood and the powder coated blackened steel. The character is a funny character about an old, broken table that is inappropriately fixed. Moreover, since each wood slab is milled and dried locally, there’s no two coffee tables which are identical. Uhuru Design. 1. Multifunction and Transformable Chair with Simple Design
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, April 11th 2017, 12:33:33 PM. Two water features are used to complement the open plan design, a koi pond and a pool surround a living room in the center. Upon entering the house, one walks over the koi pond that contains mature koi fishes to the front door, the pond surrounds the open-plan dining room on two sides. The stone stair there features interesting broken slabs stairs made of solid granite stone with amazing shapes.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Monday, April 10th 2017, 12:24:40 PM. This contemporary house previously is a traditional house with old-style, rustic stone wall located on an wonderful island named Formentera in Spain. This beautiful home is a home that has been remodeled by Architect Marià Castelló Martínez. The architect also has designed an extension for the house, an extension that is bright and airy. It seems that the remodel and the extension were designed following the character of the original stone house, making the entirety looks blend, warm and natural in its environment. The painted, exposed wood frames are very comfortable for eye to see while the beautiful wooden pergola at the terrace is a very natural way to express the house’s modernity.
Furniture Stela Lucija, Tuesday, April 04th 2017, 12:50:15 PM. Being a little bit playful with your interior design can be fun and exciting. Take a look at these playful bookshelves, you may found it yummy. They look like jellies or candies but aside from those delicious things, they are fun to look at and can give your interior a casual touch. You may want to put them inside your kids’ rooms or use them to store your children’s books or their other things, but well, we may want some casual and fun accessories too in our homes.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Monday, April 03rd 2017, 11:27:44 AM. This beautiful glass house is built in two main volumes, in T shape. One of them is a single story house consists of private areas like bedrooms and bathrooms, the other is the public spaces with huge, floor to ceiling glass walls creating an “endless open spaces.”
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Saturday, April 01st 2017, 12:10:44 PM. Both exterior and interior are designed to match its nature, the roof is created from heather zone material, making the branches as a part of the house as if they come out of the house. The centered room is integrated with the porch that is located on branches that cross, giving a feeling of being surrounded by nature. Many meetings with the original tree structures are created to be access to the house including a bridge, a rope ladder, a slide and a rear staircase that allow access to the house through a side window. Even the interior lighting from the outside through the windows has been designed to replicate the natural lighting.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Thursday, March 30th 2017, 11:24:02 AM. The minimalist dining room by the pool sees as far as the distant hill. The dining table itself is cool with natural wood color. A warmth and inviting color accent in the black accented white interior. Next to the dining room is a wonderful white minimalist kitchen with geometric, ultra modern shape. The living room upstairs is similarly minimalist. The glass wall is large: The clean-looking white interior design is adorned with wood floor in wonderful, stylish light brown color. The wood floor exudes some warmth ambiance and makes the interior feels more livable. The wooden stair is modern, looks elegant and clean in its sculptural shape. The garden is minimalist and at some points, were designed in terraced shaped. The lawn and the pathway look clean and are low maintenance. Moreover, the open concept garden also provides beautiful views of the distant forest and city. Project Name: Haus am Weinberg. Location: Stuttgart, Germany. Architect: UNStudio. Photos / Images: Iwan Baan and Christian Richters.
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