This Frognal Residence was designed by Belsize Architects located on a leafy uphill road next to Hampstead village. For further detail visit Belsize Architects site.
May 11, 2013 Luxury House Design
Here are images of Tinbeerwah House, designed by Bark Design Architects. The house contains two main interconnected, steel framed volumes foe living and sleeping. The main spaces step down and run with natural topography, connecting in section via the double height living and northern pool deck space, with a separate silver shed art studio projects out across the fall of the slope, creating a south lit, ply wood lined space for painting height in the tress. More Detail
Centrifugal Villa was designed by Obra Architects, located in Southampton, New York. This Villa is arranged around a hollow center, as if the heart of the house had somehow fallen outside its body. The string of subsequent spaces in its interior provide a comprehension of the whole by sacrificing their individual geometric cohesiveness to the fractured configuration of the entire composition.
The experience of the interior is characterized by constantly shifting vanishing points, at the place of their collision in each crease of the plan, large openings cutting dormer scoops on the roof, centrifugally release the views out to the surrounding landscape. For further detail visit Obra Architects site
May 10, 2013 Contemporary House Design
This Villa in the woods Soest, the Netherlands was designed by Zecc Architect. The slope of the plot is thus strengthened the local housing as a rock from the ground shape. By bending the ground from the basement is also possible to have garden views. The materialization is rocky and passes through the terraces, making it real in the dwelling.
A major theme in the house is the spaciousness between the three floors. From the basement to the first floor is a mezzanine floors all together in relationship brings. From the front door is a sight line on the atrium directly into the garden. This vide its functions as a toilet, wardrobe and cupboard. The parapets and support functions for the loft walk smoothly through this and provide a link between the three sculptural floor.
This millennium tower condominium by Schuchart/Down. This was achieved trough a simple palette of materials and colors, and a definite intention to under decorate and carefully crafted furnishings and spaces that fit together as a cohesive whole. Complex acoustical engineering techniques resulted in total isolation of sounds from neighbor and floor-to-ceiling glass offered stunning city views. The result was a sense of being in a perch, sheltered in result refuge apart from, but within the city. [ Schuchart/Down ]