Canada house could mean profound tranquility and discretion. The house is located in Mexico City, Mexico designed by Gantous Arquitectos. From the architects, a verdant, sunlit site is leveraged to maximize a dramatic fourteen-meter hillside; two main levels occupy the center of the plot, affording near-invisible privacy. Play between platforms and levels is effortless and perennially blurs the indoor/outdoor boundary. Six-meter floor-to-ceiling fenestration frames startling garden vistas that extend from the entrance to a sumptuous library and living room. Discrete vehicular and pedestrian access preserves topographical integrity and initiates dramatic spatial progression. Transparency and tranquility as profound resident satisfaction.
Koller house designed by Sydney-based Architect Prineas is renovation and extension for Swiss couple and two of their children. For them, the choice of wood is a nostalgic. Wooden pavilion try to play with traditional building methods Swiss, this serves as a reminder of childhood memories couples in Swiss. The traditional shiplap cladding plays against the contemporary form – a tactile container for contemporary living. Between the timber extension and existing house is a smooth transition that takes full advantage of the sunlight. It has plenty of openings and provides a visual, and at times, direct connection to the garden. [ Read More ]
House Ber inspired from contemporary glass house. This house was designed by Nico Van Der Meulen located in Carlswald, Johannesburg, South Africa. House with an area 720 square meters also has many surprises which can be found below. From the architects, The inspiration for this contemporary glass house was drawn from the estate rules that forbid the use of burglar bars. Toying with the idea of protecting a house that’s already secured led to the exploration of large cantilevered boxes enclosed by black steel bars. Rectangular in form, the design of House Ber is centered around the living room, water [ Read More ]
This contemporary kurth residence designed by Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects is situated in Santa Barbara, California, United States. From the architects, Located in the foothills of Santa Barbara California, the project site is perched over the city affording sweeping 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and the City of Santa Barbara to the south, and the Los Padres mountains to the north. The primary program directive for this residence was to achieve the owners’ desire for seamless indoor-outdoor living, as well as an architectural design that is an expression of their vision of the quintessential “California contemporary lifestyle.” The resulting [ Read More ]