June 24, 2014 Guest Post
I’ve talked about a few ways people can brighten up their home because they will feel better, plus it will stop them from turning on the lights and wasting energy all the time.
Over the last few months you’ve probably realized something you knew all along. Living in a dark and dingy home isn’t nice and you must be looking forward to the sun coming back in full force. Read more…
June 23, 2014 Contemporary House Design
House BM, Concrete House with Interior Courtyard Allows Interaction Between Interiors and Exteriors. This contemporary house was located in in Ghent, Belgium. A concrete house which has 304 square meter was designed by Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu. It’s one of amazing house which completed in 2011 with interior courtyard. Thanks to the 18 windows spread across the facade and interior courtyard allows the interaction between the interiors and the exteriors can be obtained.
House BM, Concrete House Design
Minimalist House Design
This poolhouse was designed by Bruce Bolander Architect. The house located on hill, like a stilts house to reach the house we must through upstairs. Enjoy the image below,,
Carter Poolhouse by Bruce Bolander Architect
June 22, 2014 Luxury House Design
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 ]
Summer House Design
R R House, is a summer house in Sao Paulo was designed by Andrade Morettin Architects.
This Summer house is situated only a fey meters from the sea, on the north coast of the State of Sao Paulo, a place with exuberant vegetation and hot humid climate.
The project was begun with the idea of a big shelter, a “shell”, under which the actual living spaces would be located, protected from the intense sun and the frequents rains, however without blocking the permanent natural cross ventilation.
This roof at a height of six meters, with a surface of eighteen by eight meters, was built using a pre-fabricated timber structure with galvanized steel joints. The lateral and top faces are made of steel cladding with eps filling.
Please visit Andrade Morettin Architects for further detail.