Wednesday, September 06th 2017, 08:02:14 AM Published at Niklas Larsen, Amazing Prefabricated Home Design Ideas from Wood and Container Home Designs. 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. Prefab Container Home which doesn’t look as a Container
Tuesday, August 22nd 2017, 15:00:55 PM Published at Stela Lucija, Modern Long and Narrow Wood House Design in the Forest with Glass Wall on One Side Home Designs. Anything about this timber home is really “natural,” from the site location in the woods and the building materials and design. This home is located in Sebastopol, California and was designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects. This house features a long narrow plan with extensive glazing at one side. This glass wall looks natural and stylish at once with its vertical arrangement. At the opposite side, this house is clad in cedar siding and topped with metal roof. The metal roof is slanted and makes the house looks modern. This house also features two Douglas fir decks at its ends. These area are great places to enjoy the fresh sir and views of the greenery.
Tuesday, September 26th 2017, 10:34:52 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Beautiful Black and White Modern Glass House Design Idea with Fireplace Room Divider that Becomes Chimney in New Zealand Home Designs. Another space with glass wall and amazing view would be the bedroom. This bedroom is calm and looks simpler than the living room and dining room. The bedroom is completed with striped wallpaper and has dark gray rug covering the entire floor. And there, a bathroom looks calm and warmth at once. The wall has white subway tiles and the floating vanity is made of wood with warmth light brown color.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Monday, January 02nd 2017, 10:13:47 AM. The first impression is so…enchanting, and the next? I believe that many of you will fall in love with this home quickly. As the home location is on a hilltop with beautiful view, The Architect of Safdie Rabines & Gallagher & Gallagher and award winning builder from Wardell Builders designed the home to maximize the view from its surrounding. The result is many large windows in every corner. But that’s not enough, since it is one of the best locations in the area as shown in the photographs, the architect also designed the home to be as beautiful as possible.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Friday, December 30th 2016, 10:59:27 AM. It seems that the thick forest that surrounds the house is one of the determining factors in designing this house this way. Other factors could be anything including taste and style but the final result is stunning. The ring house as the architects stated is completely built of the series of glass and wood rings which enclose the modern interior. The wood rings there provide privacy to the owners and frame the glass. The glass itself, the ring of this house is in unique yet nearly futuristic design. I think about zebra stripes but instead of white stripes, they are transparent. Inside, the bright interior is designed in minimalist style. There’s nearly no wall inside this house. At least only the one that divided the bedroom is visible on the pictures. This house is located just outside of Tokyo and was designed by Takei-Nabeshima Architects. (tna-arch.com/).
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Friday, December 30th 2016, 03:01:17 AM. The high desert of Idaho is home to the Outpost. It is a contemporary home designed by the award-winning team of Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects lead by renowned architect Tom Kundig. With artistic taste on residential architecture OSKA Architects delivers again their artistic with this modern home designed as a residence, a studio for creating art and as a showcase to display it. Low-maintenance materials used to build the house include concrete block, car-decking and plywood. These materials were chosen by the architects for their ability to withstand the harsh desert climate all year round. The architect, the OSKA Architects received a 2009 Residential Architect Design Award for this innovative project.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, December 27th 2016, 13:53:24 PM. This slope house is a project that A-cero built with large marble travertine and special design of the front with black windows and enormous pergola. The architect then named it "fortress". The location of the house which is just at the front of a beach gives another impression in our perception about a fortress. The long curved walls in front of the house give not only beautiful look but also privacy to the owner while keeping the house design flows on the slight slope. The interior design is clean and sleek like any other modern home design. There are suspended table, library and one beautiful garden-faced room. This house is magnificent and beautiful.At the exterior, the color of the marble is so amazing. The stone looks so luxurious. Wonderful courtyards also were built outside. At the higher ground level, A small courtyard was completed with large boulders and tree with red leaves. At lower level, a spacious lawn spans into distant tree boundaries. At the same level, a courtyard with small plants are built next to a curved pool. There, the pool continues and crosses the entrance doorstep. This courtyard also is adorned with pebble before the pebble finally hits the raised ground border and trees.Inside, the interior is spacious and luxurious. An oval dining table was appointed to complement this wonderful dream home. luxurious chairs with geometric legs surround the table. And, the chairs look like marble too in color although these furniture pieces are covered with fabric. There, an ethnic styled room divider looks so wonderful. Its brown and tan colors look so different in such calm environment. It looks rich in color and pattern. Another dining room looks much more calm than the previous one. The desk is curved and comes with brass color. The floor comes in striped color and the chairs are in ultra modern style. However, both dining rooms are bordered with glass and face green area with long distance view to the city. Others, this luxurious home is completed with 1 black and light gray bathroom with its elegant black round sink and mirror tiles wall. The living room as the opposite of other interior is rich in detail. The table is consisted of 4 square tables with gold colored decoration at the middle. The 3 sofas are large and its platform-like floor looks beautiful.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, December 26th 2016, 10:00:20 AM. Building a house on a rocky terrain can be a real challenge. It’s not simple to fit building design requirements from clients with space and terrain’s shape available. But the architects/designers from Jarmund / Vigsnæs AS Architects MNAL have done more. They built the house more than just to blend with the surrounding terrain ( Which is dominated by rocks ), but also to take some design advantages from it. Look at how they built the foundation of the house. The stone stairs didn't change the original rocks to much. Or, did they specifically build the stair on that very place where the stone’s terrain is down to the ocean?. You can also see the shapes, colors and materials of the house itself that represent its nature. For the small pool in front of the house, no one will mistakenly say that it's part of the ocean. But definitely the pool blends very well with the ocean. This house is located on the coast of Vestfold in the southern part of Norway. The house was built for vacation house and this new construction itself replaced an older one. Well, whatever they have done, they have done it very well.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Friday, December 23rd 2016, 10:17:38 AM. This amazing villa was built for a couple who returned to Colombia from Spain. This villa seems has been built with the spirit of its vast and spacious surroundings. The building has lots of open spaces, spacious floor plans large doors and large windows to enjoy the scenery. Warm and dry weather in Colombia help the designer to optimize the design to maximize the view of the scenery with all the large glasses, large windows and doors without worrying about heat insulation like homes from northern hemisphere. Also, it was important to install a beautiful pool to enjoy the dry warm weather. This house is so amazing. The design is defined by pure volumes with character. It is styled with the wooden accents, and blessed by the beautiful scenery. The home looks like a great place for the family to spend their weekend. The architect of the home is Juan Esteban Correa.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Wednesday, December 21st 2016, 10:45:45 AM. Having a fire-prone environment in the Toro Canyon area has encouraged the owner to build a house with minimal natural resources for the building materials and opted for fire-resistant materials. But aside from the materials, this house is designed as an umbrella that sheltered the house from the sun while allowing breezes to move through the house. The second goal seems to build a house which captures the magnificent views of the surroundings. The vast ocean views are then framed through the floor to ceiling glass windows. This design gives the impression of modernist and ample natural lights. Unlike any other houses, this house is blended with the nature in more unique way. The toned concrete is probably common but the steel wall is allowed to oxidize. This is a different yet unique approach to make the oxidized steel wall looks blend with its environment because of its unique oxidized color and texture. This house is designed by Olson Kundig Architects. (olsonkundigarchitects.com).
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