Tuesday, May 02nd 2017, 12:17:29 PM Published at Adeline Soós, Modern Sloped Wood House Design in Chile Built on Stilt Foundation Home Designs. This Modern Wood House, the “Maintencillo House” is located on the coast of Chile’s Valparaíso Region and was designed by architect Jonas Retamal. The house is suspended over the slope and featuring large glass windows and balcony which seem to be a platform to enjoy the distant horizon view and anything in between. A rounded window on a side of the house complemented the design. The interior is quite warm and simple, some furnishing carry different bright colors to create livable atmosphere.
Interior Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, June 05th 2017, 09:57:04 AM. And a little bit farther, the office interior is more natural and more ordinary in style. The wall there is rustic in brick wall and there’s a wooden table with natural wood finish. Aside from the chaotic ceiling, we could not say that the rest of the interiors are done in formal flair, they are done in more casual style than any other office interiors. Source: Coudamy Design.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Saturday, June 03rd 2017, 02:34:01 AM. This house belongs to a concrete contractor who wished to build this house himself and uses his prowess in the building process. Designed by architects Tony Owen Partners, the house features curved concrete walls. The design / shape resembles windblown sails and gives the most of the house’s characters. The house, the “Earlwood House” also features pool, floor to ceiling windows and terrace. The interior design of this home features neutral colors and simple yet elegant design. Colors like white, grey and black are dominating the interiors, the shape of anything inside these interiors are also simple with sharp angles. The living room features cobblestones for accent and the interior as a whole is quite sober.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Wednesday, May 31st 2017, 10:34:33 AM. At the higher ground level is large lawn and this part of the garden is bordered with small shrubs. The entrance for the house is formed in concrete stair with concrete slab staircase. The stair ends at the front door next to the terrace and has direct access to the terrace.
Kitchens Stela Lucija, Tuesday, May 23rd 2017, 13:12:01 PM. Well, actually this kitchen island is adorned with bright color like yellow too. This color looks so vibrant and seems a perfect combination to the black color for other parts. So, if you like to have kitchen with such a modern flair, this KITO kitchen seems to be a perfect kitchen for you. This kitchen is pretty big in size, very elegant and also comes with ample storage to make cooking fun. Source.
Furniture Stela Lucija, Friday, May 19th 2017, 13:54:01 PM. The given name for this upholstered sofa, the “Onkel” (Danish word for Uncle) should represent the inspiration that comes from the old days. Designed by Simon Legald has created the Onkel sofa for Normann Copenhagen, the cushion is inspired by the more fantastic 1950s-style upholstery. However, for the new world today, the back cushion is encapsulated with solid, plain-colored frame that has a firm expression. The materials chosen for this sofa create a dynamic effect with its cushion and frames, both the upper and the under frame. The entire sofa design is then matched and completed as a unity by giving the sofa the same coloring. Simon Legald. Normann Copenhagen.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Thursday, May 18th 2017, 13:08:42 PM. This modern lake house was designed in three parts, the public area, master bedroom and the guest zone, all were built with durable yet simple and cost-effective materials such as SIP panels and stucco wall over insulated form blocks. Other materials would be concrete for wall finish and floor, and aluminum for windows. Architects: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects. This house is built on a small hill with a long flat volume and cantilevered volume at one end. The roof is flat and there’s an entrance at the middle of the house. The grey metal roof is slightly slanted and guests can see the other side of the garden through the middle entrance just from the driveway.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Saturday, May 13th 2017, 13:06:50 PM. Since the owners love gardening and to help the building as a whole blend with its nature, the lower building’s roof was designed as a new space for gardening, since it could be seen from the higher building resulting in a continuous experience of nature. The entrance comes in stone material and is adorned with side garden. The slope terrain gives great potentials to make the house looks beautiful like making pathways that are adorned with natural stones.
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