Here are pictures of Hill House design, cement house was designed by Architect Joseph N. Biondo. The architect inspired by cement as well as the machines used to produce it, this horizontal home is a lesson in style from the modern-industrial school. At the heart of this design are fabulous outdoor entertaining areas that open onto the landscape and invite the outdoors in, separated from the indoors by barely-there sliding glass. More detail [ Via ]
Here are picture of Spanish house, designed by Francisco J. del Corral del Campo. Built in contemporary style, minimalism and modernity. This stilt house incorporates outdoor entertaining areas as part of its plan, inviting the warm Spanish sun and sea breeze inside. The house has features a facade of white with natural wood volumes at each end, supported by “legs.” More Detail via [ Trendir ]
October 27, 2009 Minimalist House Design
This Red Housing was designed by Obra Architects. Located in National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China. This is an original prototype of emergency housing for future potential deployment in areas of natural or man-made disaster anywhere in the world. Emergency housing from the point of view of design is only an extreme form of architecture. For further detail visit Obra Architects site
This Hanover Terrace Residence was designed by Belsize Architects. The brief required complete refurbishment to fit the historic building for a modern lifestyle. The main rooms, at ground and first floor, were restored and the front and rear rooms connected together with large openings. A large 2-storey glass extension was added to the rear of the building between the existing 3-storey rear wing of the house and the next-door house. The kitchen was formed within the rear wing at ground floor, with a large opening to connect it to the new glass extension. For further detail visit Belsize Architects site
October 24, 2009 Contemporary House Design
This Villa void Almelo in Netherlands designed by Zecc Architecten. The client wishes while designing this villa was to create a large void. This void is placed in the center of the house. All the other rooms are accommodated around this void. The kitchen and dining room on the first floor are spatially connected with the living room on the second floor by the void. Looking trough the living room window, a beautiful view at the surrounding pastures is provided. By taking away pieces of a geometric mass, a sculptural volume existed. This way a carport, roof garden and an inside terrace are created. The facade of the house is composed of a dark brick with a rough surface. This way the view of the front is different every time, depending on the weather and the position to the house.