January 7, 2010 Minimalist House Design
This is growing young family house in Fitzroy North, Victoria was designed by Andrew Maynard Architects. Many of the design decisions were generated by the tight budget. The form is a simple box- the strongest form an architect can achieve at a bargain basement price. Every element needed to perform multiple functions for maximum return- hence the kitchen bench becomes part of the stair, and the screening required by council reflects heat and glare away from the expansive windows, neatly eliminating the need for curtains.
Tatto House in Fitzroy North, Victoria by Andrew Maynard Architects
January 6, 2010 Modern House Design
Located in Seatoun, this T shaped house was designed by Parsonson Architects. The main body of the house rests on these walls and cantilevers out towards the view. The ‘T’ shaped plan allows the kitchen and living areas to open out to two different sides of the house. This enables the owners to follow the sun during the day or shelter from the wind.
Seatoun House, T Shaped House Design by Parsonson Architects
January 5, 2010 Beach House Design
Pekapeka Beach House is holiday home was designed by Parsonson Architects. Located in Pekapeka Beach, Wellington, New Zealand. This home was an exploration in how to create a building of both a strong architectural character and economy. Used simple modular construction techniques combined with a very simple form in design.
The plan is a rectangle and is divided into 3 parts, the solid bedroom forms at each end support a floating roof over the living space in between. This layout allows the living room to face both east to hills and west to the sea. It allows sun into the house throughout the day, for passive solar heating of the concrete slab and creates a sheltered outside space on the east side that still keeps a strong connection to the western sea views.
Pekapeka Beach House, Holiday Home Design by Parsonson Architects
Luxury House Design, Modern House Design
Designed by Pete Bossley Architects. This luxury house with many facilities such us swimming pool, tennis court, and large yard with green gross and palm tree. Extremely sculptural the house incorporates exciting changes in spatial volumes, forms and massing. The limited palette of colors and materials ensures coherency and allows the house to come to life with the impact of natural and artificial light.
Water is a continuing theme which starts at the Main Entry pools and reappears as a cascade falling from swimming pool toward tennis court and continues as a dramatic sculpture/fountain addressing the street.
St Heliers House, Luxury House Design by Pete Bossley Architects
January 1, 2010 Minimalist House Design
The structures with differently sloped roofs each have space for an area of life: living room with adjoining kitchen and nursery in the EC and the top said bedroom. The cubes are connected via a backbone lifted from the adjacent levels, thus forming a distinct boundary with the garden – it is to become an urban building, surrounded by the garden as a deeper level, will be aware to enter. Designed by Synn Architekten.
Home Elise, Minimalist House Design by Synn Architekten