Tuesday, April 11th 2017, 12:33:33 PM Published at Adeline Soós, Modern Open Plan Glass House Design in South Africa with Exposed Black Metal Beams Home Designs. Also, a black glossy steel sheets are added on the stair to be used as steps over the pond that connects dining room and kitchen as well as hall and the family room. A simple yet beautiful cantilevered, floating granite-clad staircase is cut into the wall. Creating similar character with the entire interior design, the black floating staircase is complemented with illuminated handrail and glass balustrade. The openness of the house is maintained in the kitchen where a clear view to the garden to the east is guaranteed by frame-less doors which open up to the lanai area that faces the garden. The kitchen is protected from being too exposed to the morning sun with a balcony made of steel grating that is located at the main bathroom. Giving the study an appropriate atmosphere, beside being built facing the north side, the room is also built facing the lanai across the pool. Pyjama lounge along with the children’s bedrooms are connected to the main suite via a bridge that is built across the living room.
Furniture Niklas Larsen, Monday, February 06th 2017, 10:37:38 AM. If you have a plan of buying unusual furniture in the near future, then you should consider this lounge chair and rug combination. This “Loop Chair” features a comfort of a lounge chair with the low part of the chair’s design resembles a shape of a rug. And, the red color of this chair will make it a focal point in your interior. This lounge chair is made of 1.000 feet of yarn that are pulled through a tough metal wire mesh. The cover of the chair is made with a special hand-tufting technique from its designer, a design student Sophie de Vocht from the Netherlands. Besides its interesting design, you can use it in some different ways by crossing the carpet and the chair. This lounge chair also is comfortable since it is very low to the ground. This unique lounge chair was designed for Italian Company Casamania.
Accessories Niklas Larsen, Sunday, February 05th 2017, 10:58:48 AM. For a computer the term “dpi” means “dots per inch” which defines the resolution for non vector digital images. For this lamp collection, the “dpi” defines its way to spread its light to the interior. So with this lamp collection, the Dpi Series” so you could create a few different atmospheres in your rooms using various “dpi” of this collection. This porcelain lamp collection is available in 300 dpi, 144 and the lowest resolution at 77 dpi. Designer: Guillaume Delvigne.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Saturday, February 04th 2017, 10:54:39 AM. This gable house was built for multi-generation families by architects of BUB Architekten and is located in Germany. The gable roof is sure the most interesting part of the exterior. But it is not just a design. The home actually consists of two houses in one house. The design has a purpose for giving a separated living space while maintaining a sense of privacy. From the design point of view, the home looks beautiful with its stone and minimalist wood façade. At the exterior, the driveway in the front of this home is also interesting. It is elevated above the ground level because of the slope terrain. Inside, the interiors are done in similar fashion. They interior features stone floors and wooden walls. And, the interiors also boast the similar minimalist style and similar cream and gray color combination. The interiors are also bright thanks to the large windows. These windows also capture the views of the home’s countryside neighborhood.
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. This modern black and white slope house is part of the 29 lots that were built in an area in Brisbane, Australia by Base Architecture. The design concept was building a house that reflects its protected wooded surrounding yet exuding its own character. The house is firmly planted at the slope of the hill. A concrete form with finish that reflects the charred timber in its internal finish that also is used as a pool acts as a “base” of the building. Moreover, large stones are used to cover the front side of the house, further blending the entire building in its environment.
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.
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