Archive for the ‘Home Design’ Category

The house is almost like a greenhouse, but full of windows and plants, with lots of light and lots of green. This house is the dream of a Swedish designer and entrepreneur, Agneta Enzell. She designed space for her and her family to suit her budget. Orangery, is a black and white greenhouse bathed in light. She used it to grow plants and almost like a barn pot in it, but also as a place to eat and socialize with friends and family. Curious as to what this unique house? Scroll down and find more surprises. Although this house can  [ Read More ]

Tree-Ness house is an ambitious project by achitect Akihisa Hirata featuring a mixed concrete composition of rooms with plenty of space for balconies and small gardens. The project is a mixed building located in the Toshima district of Tokyo to provide multi-generational family accommodation, in addition to gallery and office spaces. The unique building is inspired by the tree formation, with a center rod supporting other parts that grow branches and foliage. Such as trees, buildings have tried to create an organic architecture that can be formed by a hierarchical combination of various parts such as plants, folds and concrete  [ Read More ]

A family home located in the southern Araucania region of Chile, famous for its natural beauty, sandwiched between Lake Villarrica and the volcano of the same name, Casa Hualle. Despite being in a single situation, instead of being in a local relief, the construction designed by Ampuero-Yutronic studio stands upright and peacefully in the midst of dry vegetation. Wooden block with an area of 230 m2 is filled with geometry and light, the combination of exceptional overlay decoration with cast dark exterior, reminiscent of the volcanic rock. Do not stop there, the surrounding nature is very supportive for the indulgent eye,  [ Read More ]

Being in the middle of a dense urban neighborhood in San Francisco, CA, 29th Street Residence is a project that wants to create a sense of openness and continuity in multi-level urban homes. Designed by Schwartz and Architecture, by letting the stairs of this three-story structure, the freedom to move locations at every level. This allows continuous flow of space and movement to make the ladder a key feature of architecture and unifying the house. Consisting of a four-level project, a series of stairs will take you from the lowest garden level to the top roof deck, each treated as  [ Read More ]

It is hard to imagine how this old house could look more attractive, built in 1952 and has been renovated by architect Cliff May who now also as his personal residence. The Experimental Ranch House is a unique picture of the evolution of the ranch-style home is located in Sullivan Canyon in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. I like the open concept by allowing some natural elements as the main force. The restoration of this house to rebuild the original layout with an open plan while preserving the integrity of the original wood beams and the structure of the  [ Read More ]