April 22, 2011 Architecture Design
This house was designed by Lanefab, Mendoza lane house was the first ‘laneway house’ finished under the city of Vancouver’s 2009 bylaw that allowed for small infill dwellings to be added onto existing single family properties throughout the city. The house consist of living room, dining room, kitchen, upstairs – along with a balcony. This house was built with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) a prefab system that allow us to create buildings that are 2x as energy efficient as typical new home in Vancouver. The windows are triple glazed, and most of the materials for the building were manufactured locally.
April 17, 2011 Furniture
If you are fond of collecting books is also like your collection is safe and well. Bookshelf is the solution, other than safe, durable, can also be arranged neatly. Andrew Denver created this blog in order to showcase the many different ways that books can be stored and displayed. There is plenty of inspiration here to show you how you can transform your seemingly innocuous bookcase into the feature of your home. Check below,, for further detail please visit Andrew Denver site.
October 22, 2009 Contemporary House Design
Here contemporary house design was designed by EJE architects. There is modern upper balcony, functioned as relaxing space also as ground terrace roof of entry level house at front of house. At garden, there is exciting large deck with built in BBQ facilities. At the side of the garden deck, there is small swimming pool designed with water features. Both of deck and swimming pool, lighting sculpture created for decoration in awesome perspective design. [ Via ]