Archive for the ‘Home Design’ Category

This tiny house is a fraction of the few futuristic design houses that we can meet today, an ambitious project built by naval architect Kurt Hughes is a small home inspired space craft in central Washington. With experience in the navy during the prowess shipbuilding, Hughes has successfully completed hexagonal shelter is nine feet above the ground with the support of three steel beams attached to the concrete pads. The unique 250-square-foot house weighs 3,000 pounds, which only amounts to a tenth of the Apollo module’s weight 11 months after being modeled. This house is intended to be a tribute  [ Read More ]

Cocoon Modules is a construction company based in Athens, recently has been completion of a shipping container homes for use as holiday homes, development of tourism, a pop-up shop and emergency shelters. This marvelous project is a collaboration with the Greek mattress brand, Coco-Mat, by focusing on environmentally friendly living alternatives. The philosophy of Cocoon Modules is based on an environmental design that provides mobile and modular units to respond to contemporary nomad needs, in fact they claim one of their container homes is 15% more cost-effective than pre-fab homes and 30% less than the average traditional house in Greece.  [ Read More ]

This amazing house in Guadalajara, Mexico. Very friendly to the environment even though it has a magnificent modern architecture. Labeled Casa OM1, Andres Escobar from AE Arquitectos has managed to create a dwelling that is not only comfortable but also very close to nature. This Mexican house is not only full of plants but also a very sturdy building structure. You can see in the backyard sloping include stone retaining wall filled with plants, while green lawn leads directly to the house. The main living room can be opened directly opposite the backyard and pool. While the wooden deck with  [ Read More ]

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 ]