April 16, 2014 Green House Design
Let’s plant to reduce the effects of global warming. One of them by making the plants on the roof. Roof Greening Home to Reduce Solar Heat. More effort is needed to create a green roof. Here is information that can help you understand the importance of the roof garden, as well as the steps for preparation.
1. Crops are planted on the roof will absorb solar heat received, but will not be passed into the room. This summer it will be used by plants to photosynthesize and grow flowers. That way, the temperature in the neighborhood will decrease with a roof garden.
Green Room Diagram, Green Roof Composition
Luxury House Design
Designed by J. MAYER H. Architects, Dupli.Casa is located in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Has 6,900 sq site area and Constructed Area: 569 sq.
The geometry of the Dupli.Casa is based on the footprint of the house that previously was located on the site, originally built in 1984 and with many extensions and modifications since then. The new building echoes the „family archeology“ by duplication and rotation. Lifted up, it creates a semi-public space on ground level between two layers of discretion.
April 15, 2014 Contemporary House Design
This house was designed by Charlie & Co. Design. Designed for a young family with a modern aesthetic, this remodel of a turn-of-the-century farm house responds to the clients desire for a home that reflects their personal taste, as well as the need to blend into one of Minneapolis’ most historic neighborhoods.
House in Minneapolis by Charlie & Co. Design
Bedroom, a place where we unwind after activity, a place where we spend most of our time in a day. Nearly 5 to 9 hours we were in this place. Not wrong if we make this place more interesting. Such as with apply the color combination that fit and attractive. With the right combination of colors, the bed will be more interesting and not monotonous.
April 14, 2014 Contemporary House Design
Located in St. Williams, Ontario, Woodside House was designed by Dubbeldam Design Architects. Situated in the corner of a large farm overlooking fields of barley, the house is conceived as a L-shaped volume defining an outdoor courtyard garden. Full-height windows look into the courtyard, creating the perception of an outdoor room that extends the interior space, and allows views across both wings of the house for a feeling of openness. Opposing clerestory windows provide privacy to the public face of the building as well as excellent natural ventilation.
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