Thursday, March 30th 2017, 11:15:55 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Modern Single Story House with Passive Design and Inclined Roof in Costa Rica Home Designs. The front side features pool and wooden deck with amazing valley views. The sloping roof expands the volume to the front where large glass walls, windows and doors are used to capture the beautiful landscape view. There, the large overhang of the roof provides some shade to the wonderful wooden deck just before the pool. The landscaping for the house seems simple yet wonderful to look at. The lawn looks open and spacious while the house itself sits on a raised foundation with pool at the most inclined terrain. The front courtyard features pebble hardscaping with white and grey pebbles. The front side is a single story house with low roof and high metal awning for the front entrance door. The front façade looks simple with white wall and looks natural as well with wooden garage door, entrance door and wooden porch.
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.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, January 30th 2017, 03:20:01 AM. However, the bathroom is quite vibrant. A decorative wall is painted in green making the ambiance feels fresh. There, there are red steps that ascents to the elegant rectangular bathtub. The bathroom itself is bright and looks airy. Large glass windows are completed with louvers. Whilst protecting the privacy, the louvers still provide wonderful sights of the outside. Overall, the interior is a merge between functionality, comfort and art. Project Name: Twin House by MGP Architecture.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, January 30th 2017, 03:14:19 AM. The stone pavement for the pool are is awesome and glamorous. The geometric stone tiles pattern look so wonderful. there, the large pine trees provide serene ambiance. This swimming pool is a perfect pool where one would enjoy for hours. The tennis court also is serene and fun. Big palm trees adorn this area with the big mansion is subtly visible at the distance. There, the garden is amazing. The large lawn exudes openness with big pine trees bordering the distant parts of the lawn. The stone tiles hardscaping provides comfort and convenience whilst navigating the entire garden on its meandering form.
Architecture Designs Niklas Larsen, Friday, January 27th 2017, 08:20:13 AM. Also, the design inherits the local tradition in building concrete in situ. There have been many building in this university built with concrete in various rendering treatments and cladding. Moreover, the existing Ficus and Cypress trees that have been 120 to 180 years old are preserved and become a part of the program. This concrete building as a whole represents the university’s goal to be a catalyst and connector between AUB researchers and the global community via its three dimensional intersections. the community is connected via its paths and views including to the Mediterranean Sea to the north. It is meant to be a place a space for university’s community to meet. This university is a place for students and fellows as well as visitors to engage with each other and also to meet and engage with the wider world. Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA). Design: Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher. Photos / Images by Hufton + Crow and Luke Hayes.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Wednesday, January 25th 2017, 10:07:57 AM. A beautiful home originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This ranch was a ranch style house built in 1961. After recent renovation, this house resembles a modern ranch with classic touch. It is something like a retro car. The main walls are made of concrete while timber material is used for windows, doors, and some of the interiors’ walls. This 3800-sq foot house features six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. There are an extraordinary fireplace, a three cars carport among other basic rooms. The interesting addition is a beautiful garden with Japanese style. It has a Koi fish pond, stones and small waterfall and garden with and small vegetation. This house is located in Los Banos, California.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Wednesday, January 25th 2017, 10:07:55 AM. This Holiday house belongs to the architect Adam Michael and is located in the Australia outback. After designing many retreat houses an architect may need to relax and enjoy himself in his own retreat house. The site location is on a hill with very beautiful surroundings of hills, valley and lush green forest. It seems that it was important for the architect to build the house with large glass cladding, mostly for the living areas. These areas also have a reflecting pool that creates the aura of calm and serene as well as mimicking the nature. The other areas are built in separate volumes. These areas house two bedrooms. The glass cladding also are utilized well for those volumes but only at the valley facing sides. These volumes are clad mostly with dark timber. All of the areas including living and bedrooms are sheltered with open roof. The roof also being mounted with PV cells to collect the solar energy.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, January 24th 2017, 10:11:39 AM. When the architect Adams Mohler Ghillino wanted more spaces in his house, he raised his house one level. From the front, the rear part of the house is visible since this house is clad in glass for the front and the rear part of the first level. This house is also characterized by its wood cladding. This cladding is more extensive at the second level. These glasses do not only make the house looks modern but also brighten the interior. From the main entrance, you’ll find a living room after the first glass cladding. The room continuous to the kitchen and dining room with inner courtyard view. There, you could find another living room with lowered floor level. The entire area that spans from the entrance to the rear of the house is bordered with a long wooden wall with beautiful pattern. It is given a name the “Wall House.” This house, the 810 SF, is located in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
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