Saturday, June 03rd 2017, 02:34:01 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Curved Concrete Wall and Glass House, 4 Floors Architecture Studio and Private Home and Inclined House with Bamboo Tree Garden Ideas Home Designs. With the owner’s blooming architecture and painting business and the growing son, came a time when the existing house/office didn’t provide enough space for the growing needs. But instead of moving into a new location, the owner, architect Craig Steely opted to reconfigure the existing house. The renovation was basically relocating the ‘public’ living spaces into the new level above the existing two levels. There were kitchen, dining and living room to relocate while the professional office for him and his painter wife is still located in the lower level.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Thursday, March 30th 2017, 11:15:55 AM. 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 Niklas Larsen, Saturday, March 25th 2017, 11:15:53 AM. The Family of art collectors John and Molly Chiles found this mid century house in terrible condition, but they also found that the steel structure of the mouse was still strong and decide to build a new, dramatic open-designed house based on the remain. The concept and the form of the new house provides open perches and shelter both for retreat for the family and the extensive art collections. The main level’s modern, open floor plan creates loft-like spaces in which low walls, area rugs, and mid-century modern furnishings loosely define boundaries between living room, dining room, office, kitchen, and breakfast area. This plan encourages movement through the various spaces and levels of the house.The roof garden combines elements that serve, both in form and reason, to counter the clearly defined steel structure and to evoke feelings of height and expansion. Because her house is sited halfway down a hillside and nestled in a stand of old-growth beech trees, Molly Chiles envisioned the roof deck as a large-scale “table on top of the house” where friends could gather for social occasions in a space with views across the treetops to the distant horizon.As a design/build firm, Tonic worked with a structural engineer and steel crafters to fabricate a striking spiral staircase that connects the main living level to the roof deck. Clipped onto the side of the house, the outdoor stair’s helical form stands in contrast to the grid-like steel structure.A gently curving driveway offers ever-changing vantage points to view the house’s exuberant form. A steel and ipe wood bridge spans a private walled garden and connects the drive to the front door. Project Name: Chiles Residence. Location: Raleigh, North Carolina. Architecture: Tonic Design Contractor: Tonic Construction. Structural engineer: Richard Kaydos-Daniels. Steel craft: McConnel Studios, Raleigh, NC. Photographer: Jim West, Raleigh, NC.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, 07:46:29 AM. From the outside, the home looks so impressive. Large roof shades the upper side of the entrance stair. A high stair with about single floor height that climbs from the concrete front patio pavement. Accompanies the high stair is the slope garden with wonderful half buried lighting. At the rear, at the high ground level, the landscaping comes in more varieties. A pool is built next to a long wooden deck. The pool is curved, half round and is adorned with red tiles for one edge. The lawn looks minimalist and the pathway is made of stone slabs with irregular shapes. There’s another pool just before the wooden deck. And closer to the house, large overhang shades the rear porch.
Interior Designs Adeline Soós, Wednesday, March 08th 2017, 11:39:58 AM. The design of the restaurant interior is mostly dark enough with vibrant red color used as wonderful color accent in the interior. Also, the interior design gets more interesting with extravagant details like the geometric wooden ceiling. The partition is unique exhibiting various sculptural wonderful shapes like spoon and teapot as well as scissors, cups and others. And, again, the colors are red. A large black wall is used as wine cellar. The wall looks so dramatic and classy adorned with such wine bottles. The dining tables close to this wine cellar feature red table top and grey upholstered dining chairs. Others dining tables are made of wood with natural wooden tabletop.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Tuesday, February 28th 2017, 10:14:40 AM. The Chameleon House by Anderson Anderson Architecture is built of galvanized metal cladding and is wrapped in a skirting wall of recycled translucent polyethylene slats. These slats are those which make the trick, they can dissolve and reflect the lights from their surrounding, and creating some colorful reflections which mimic the colors of the beautiful surrounding in its location on a hill surrounded by agricultural landscape overlooking the Lake Michigan.
Furniture Stela Lucija, Tuesday, February 28th 2017, 05:07:24 AM. Sometimes, sitting on a bar stool is not quite comfortable if the stool doesn’t have a cushion and the size is small enough. But this “Bently” bar stool is more comfortable since this bar stool has back rest, foot rest and cushion while the size is wide enough. Featuring square metal stand, the modern bar stool is available in red and black.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, February 27th 2017, 11:24:29 AM. 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.
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