Friday, November 28, 2014

Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area

November 27, 2014 Modern House Design


It’s Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area. It’s one level family home with green exterior, flowers, grass, and others green plants make the garden feel cool and certainly many benefits from all the green plants such fresh air and green landscapes and soothing. It’s Miller Residence with many advantages in it.

Classic modernist Miller residence Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area

Classic modernist Miller residence

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Villa in the woods Soest, the Netherlands

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.

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How to design a studio apartment?

November 26, 2014 Interior Design


A studio apartment is a place which consists on one roof and covers all essential areas of the home. They are often as small as 300 feet and most commonly they are 500 to 600 feet in measurement. They are thought to be an inexpensive place to stay upon. The studio apartment is designed in such a way that it has only one room which has attached bath and a separate corner within the same room having a cabinet or a counter for kitchen stuff.
Such homes are appropriate for the singles, newly married couple, old couples and for those who are away from home because of jobs and study purposes and need a space like home to live.
Now, I am going to express some of the points which will describe you simple and cost effective ideas for decorating your studio apartment.
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Retired House with Low Construction Fee by Japanese Architect Kimihiko Okada

Minimalist House Design


Japanese architect Kimihiko Okada has completed a Retired House with Low Construction Fee in Kujyukuri, Chiba JAPAN. House in Kujyukuri has 261.93sqm of site areas, total floor area: 64.74sqm and the structure using wooden structure, 1-story. The client want simple house and built with low construction fee.

House in Kujyukuri Retired House Retired House with Low Construction Fee by Japanese Architect Kimihiko Okada

House in Kujyukuri, Retired House

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Modern Sloping Hill House by Meyer Vorster Architects

November 25, 2014 Modern House Design


Modern Sloping Hill House by Meyer Vorster architects Modern Sloping Hill House by Meyer Vorster Architects

This modern hill house was designed by Meyer Vorster Architects. According to the archinspire : this modern house has vertically oriented window and door apertures and timber shutters and pergolas. Surrounding with native landscape, this sloping hill house has open terrace entertainment with swimming pool, perfect to enjoyed ocean beyond. For the interior, smooth and bright colors of fixtures combined. Lofty ceiling heights applied with detail interior structure. Source

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