Posts Tagged ‘large glass’

PostHeaderIcon Contemporary East Windsor Home Design by Alterstudio

contemporary east windsor residence design

contemporary east windsor residence design

The East Windsor Residence designed by Alterstudio, with a design using natural materials that aims to return to nature, which combines natural stone, glass windows, and partly from forest timber. Homeowners go through the revolving glass doors, where the rock show dressed road companion, and was immediately greeted by a staircase made of solid oak tread staircase floats above ebonized two steel channels, and hanging in a vertical space of three floors Beyond. an etched glass wall to catch the shadow projection of a stand of giant bamboo, and a bunch of clear glass to focus the eye to the private garden. Here is an open plan laminated glass accented by low-angle e, and Akari are two lantern slide panel .. Beautifully veneered cabinet and suitable areas along Lacewood marble bath ensemble and add flavor and delicacy of entry strategy. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Charming and Modern Shuswap Cabin Design by Splyce Design

shuswap lake cabin amazing lighting design

shuswap lake cabin amazing lighting design

The Shuswap Cabin is located in the south, gently rolling area on the south shore of Lake Shuswap in BC, and designed by Splyce Design. The Shuswap Cabin is designed as a paradise for several seasons, this single-level home 2300 sq ft of living contained in weekend casual indoor / outdoor for owners and their guests to support. One of the main goals of the design sought to get married with the traditional vernacular cottage in concept, modern contemporary, open space, designed for the site and facilitate ease of movement between interior and exterior space to search. This can be achieved with support from the extensive use of wood. Along with a supporting cast of natural materials, wood finally to shape, define and integrate seamlessly into outer space in the house. Although the resulting form of modern architecture reflects the vernacular popular cabins, the integrated use of wood in the project immediately associate the house with a cottage typical of coarse quality. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Modern Minimalist Duncan Glass House Design by Gareth Hoskins Architects

modern duncan glass house design beautiful lighting inspiration

modern duncan glass house design beautiful lighting inspiration

Duncan greenhouse design, designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects, is situated in a historic walled garden in Fife, Scotland. This can be called “greenhouse gases” because nearly half of exterior walls made from glass. House plans determined by two thick, white walls provided contrast with the gray Whinston existing garden wall. This wall emphasizes the relationship between old and new, inside and outside. Thick wall in the plan for a wardrobe, cupboard, run the service, chairs and a fireplace to hide the window, so the main rooms are clean and neat, with their emphasis on the garden. The interior is decorated in a minimalist style of the simple beauty of nature with the aim to stress. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Contemporary 70 Classic Residence Design Ideas by PUSH

classic courtyard 70 residence design with large glasses windows

classic courtyard 70 residence design with large glasses windows

Home design draws on classic design house with a large site overlooking the river south of the front and a dramatic decline in elevational 30m waterfront, designed by PUSH, and a two-story L-shaped “and homestead levels separate from one high heel double framing. Page has penetrated through openings in the north, down, and with a high level of restless screen, and to the east of the building to the swimming pool. Changes in the size of the window, a large mass of buildings and open spaces to create spatial variation evident in the pages of classical design. All public areas of the house, swimming pool and landscapes to connect directly to the area and allows the owner to casual surveillance from all areas of the site from a central position in the guard. The western part of the house plan services to most homes and is designed to provide shielding around the house in the afternoon sun and the weather extreme. Swimming pool and a lawn that is located strategically to adapt to the prevailing winds to cool the external building and adjacent areas of domestic support. The house is connected with the natural contours of the site, to minimize cut and fill sites, and cost. Read the rest of this entry »