June 13, 2013 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
April 6, 2012 Modern House Design
Casa Luz is modern three level nature friendly home was located in Guatemala city, Guatemala. Designed by studio Paz Arquitectura with 1&,300 square foot home displays. Thanks to mix of tempered glass, wood and exposed concrete, son eye-catching aesthetic effect can be obtained. This home friendly with surrounding nature by preserved Existing vegetation so that when we open the windows we could have a visual relationship with the existing trees.
Casa Luz, Nature Friendly Home
April 7, 2011 Interior Design
Walske Residence in Kamuela, Hawaii with Luxury Interior Design. From the second you get to the porte cochere of this 6,245sf estate, you be inflicted with indoors by a spectacular family in a prime location. The glassed access opens to a fine living area w/vaulted ceiling & exposed beams. Tiled floors tide through the living areas. Breathtaking views of the Kohala Coast & comforting, framed by mountains, are seen thru generous banks of schooner. Settle in front of the mineral fireplace, generous bathroom, walk-in dressing opportunity & adjoining store. All opportunity be inflicted with floor-ceiling windows & sliders. All guests bedrooms & baths be inflicted with ocean views. There is a guest household w/living area & kitchen. Architecture/constructions are of the highest quality w/stucco walls, ample windows, tile roof & generous 1,767sf wrap-around lanai w/wet-bar & char-grill. Landscaping provides a tropical setting that’s distinguished on stylishness but low on maintenance.
January 26, 2011 Apartment, Interior Design
This apartment located in New York apartment, Central Park. This apartment has modern interior design. The floor made of plywood, the wall painted in white color. The room completed with sofa, furniture and others thing.
July 17, 2010 Modern House Design
Description of P_House from Architects:
Located in Redondo Beach, a greater Los Angeles area beach city, the p_House is a transformation of a small post war house into a modern live/work home for a young professional. Due to budget constraints as well as environmental regard, the original house was recycled as much as possible (in lieu of scraping the whole thing and building from scratch). The existing foundation was kept intact as well as the majority of external framing. Keeping to the original footprint lowered construction costs and allowed the project to bypass local zoning regulations required for new construction.
The challenge was making the small house feel larger without growing the house horizontally. The majority of interior walls where removed or relocated; allowing the living, kitchen, and dining area to be one fluid space. A fourteen foot wide sliding glass door pockets out of site, extending the space outside to a revamped back yard and swimming pool. This outdoor living area becomes the focal point of the new design, while making the modest size of the interior feel more expansive. A bedroom, a bathroom, and the one car garage are the only rooms that keep their original location. A design studio with it’s own entrance replaces a third bedroom and the old kitchen. The master suite is relocated to a new second story addition which cantilevers over the one car garage below creating additional covered parking. It’s slim form allows the midday sun to shine over the main floor and onto the pool and outdoor living area. The use of clerestory windows on the south elevation prevent views of the busy street, while still bringing in breezes and framing the tops of nearby palm trees. The north elevation, which faces the back yard and pool, has floor to ceiling windows providing the interior with an abundance of diffused natural light. The open tread stairwell acts like a thermal chimney sucking warm air through out the house and ventilating it outside through operable windows at the upper level. High solar reflective roofing, light colored cement board siding, and a well insulated building envelope add to the passive solar design. This along with the use of high efficiency ceiling fans, eliminates the need for A/C. A clean burning modern stove reduces heating loads during the colder months. Other sustainable building materials and methods used include a tankless water heater, FSC certified cedar, low V.O.C. paints, bamboo flooring, and xeriscape yards. [ Ras-a ]