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. 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, Thursday, May 18th 2017, 13:08:42 PM. The “H2o” in the “Ski House H2o” may represent the passion of the house owners of water sport, namely water-skiing. The passion appears in the design of the house and its features. Firstly, they modified an existing artificial lake in the agricultural property they bough to be used for slalom course racing/water skiing. Secondly, this modern house features design that admires the artificial lake along with its surroundings. Located in Hobe Sound in Florida, the open design (especially at the upper transom windows) lets breezes in for cooling after passing the lake’s water and the lap pool. This design creates a passive air conditioning for the lake house. Moreover, the open design also captures the view of the surroundings. The house comes with spacious rooftop area enclosed by wonderful elegant and simple grey metal balustrade. There, the landscape and lake view. 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.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Saturday, May 13th 2017, 13:06:50 PM. This minimalist home, the “Casa DV” was designed by Ze Arquitectura and is located in Mexico. Its flat roof along with the overall horizontal design is a wonderful contrast to the slope, and its boxy shape is just another beautiful point that would steal passers attention. The sandy wall is cut and decorated with small, long window, giving it a contemporary look, adding a sense of context of being on a hill overlooking the landscape while also giving the interior an ample natural lighting. On the opposite side, natural lighting is provided via large openings while at the same time, giving the overall landscape view of the city to the interior. Ze Arquitectura.
Interior Designs Stela Lucija, Friday, May 12th 2017, 12:40:15 PM. The farmhouse style also comes as beautiful wooden ceiling with black trim accents and shelves. The wooden ceiling, as well as the long dining table is made with wooden planks and also in natural-looking wood finish and light brown color.
Furniture Niklas Larsen, Tuesday, May 09th 2017, 11:21:06 AM. Bathroom remodeling can be something that brings joy that lasts for years with these accent furniture designed specifically for bathroom.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, May 06th 2017, 12:50:12 PM. The social area of this modern forest house is shadowed by this third volume, this all-fresco living is connected seamlessly via the transparent walls, the temperate glass sliding panels that enclose the first floor / middle volume that make the forest visible at any time. While the construction was tried to be a process of assembling parts rather than a loco process, creating less waste at the building site, more agility and proper use of industrialized materials, the design as a whole tries to seamlessly connect the indoor with its serene outdoor spaces. Architect: Nitsche Arquitetos Associados. Photography by Nelson Kon.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, May 06th 2017, 12:05:50 PM. The original rabbeted window frame detail has been replaced by the new double insulated glass. The cantilevered second floor were wrapped by the high-tech wood cladding while the floor to ceiling glass sliders preserve the relationship of this modern renovated forest house with its outdoors, including from the master bedroom. Architect: Peter Gluck and Partners Architects. Photos by: Magda Biernat.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Friday, May 05th 2017, 12:37:31 PM. While it is wonderful to see the garden from the ground floor, through the glazing that opens onto a deck, the very high triangle roof with high large glass wall provides views of the sky and the moon at night. This very high roof is made of insulated metal that fits any climate, enhancing the comfort in enjoying the moonlight. Although designing such beautiful project is already admirable, this modern rough stone and glass house was also carefully designed to have minimal impact to the local vegetation. Architect: Giovanni D’Ambrosio.
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