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PostHeaderIcon Modern Scandinavian One-Storey Folded Roof House Design by Claesson Koivisto Rune

traditional swimming pool tiles design surrounding trees

traditional swimming pool tiles design surrounding trees

Design houses, using wood-paneled walls and roof design house designed by folded, Claesson Koivisto Rune, which is located not far from Stockholm in dense woodland. This is a one-story wooden house with an asymmetrical roof folded wings, reminiscent of a butterfly. Outside of that material is combined with an excellent natural environment. The bedroom is positioned on the gable end and between the living room with an open front. The interior of this house also has many natural materials and contemporary Scandinavian design is very good. Although the natural elements make it look modern enough really comfortable. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Modern Home Design Ideas Surrounding Andes Mountains by Juan Carlos Doblado

modern home design surrounding mountain Andes

modern home design surrounding mountain Andes

Design houses are located on sloping land and overlooking the mountains Andeas, designed by Juan Carlos Doblado. The purpose of the construction of this house by trying to maximize views of the surrounding mountains by way of designing each room has a whole side of the glass, making the views of some interior and joints. The available space to best integrate some sliding glass screen. Volume front of the house includes all the social space, kitchen and several bedrooms, ending with a master bedroom that is projected like a balcony overlooking the Andes. The interior design also includes a family room and two guest rooms. Material of this house consists of the exposed concrete walls of stone and given immortality colorless glass sliding doors. The underside is covered with a dark stone wall in the weight of two main parts to highlight. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Modern Minimalist House Design Inspiration in Johannesburg by Nico Van Der Meulen Architects

modern house design with lights ideas

modern house design with lights ideas

Design modern house lies on the stand 4000sq.m in Eccleston Rd, Bryanston is a new 1400 sq.m residence designed by Nico van der Meulen & Werner Nico van der Meulen Architects cc. Family room at this modern house is also double the volume, with a private lounge in the main bedroom as a mezzanine to this area, and the balcony was closed to the main suite cantilevering to double the volume of space, covered by the blades, painted gray. The house was designed around three large trees, one on the tennis court, and the other two on the east side of the house. The view from the living to the east to one of these trees, framed by a large sliding window in the kitchen. You could feed the birds from the kitchen window! To the north lounge, bar and family / breakfast room is large Lanai and patio, with an infinite pool of eighteen feet beyond that. Kitchen, dining room and family room leads through a wall to wall smooth frameless sliding doors onto the terrace, with dining room located behind the family room, fireplace shared with family room. When the doors open, family room, breakfast room, open and enclosed porch and kitchen into one large area. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Contemporary House Design Ideas in Laurentian Mountains by Saucier+Perrotte Architects

modern stunning mountain house design

modern stunning mountain house design

Modern mountain house design is located near Mont-Tremblant ski hill in the Laurentian Mountains north of the range of about one hour drive from MontrĂ©al. Mountain House is overlooking the green mountain scenery and is situated on the edge of a traditional wooden house construction, mountain house without compromising on contemporary architectural expression, both modernity and tradition that reflects the local buildings. Mountain house consists of three main volumes, which is dedicated to three residents living – eating, sleeping and living – a slide on each other along the east-west axis. Stabbed tilted by an interior staircase, superimposed volume aligned with the entrance-level pool. A translucent filtered-outdoor living room, typical of the region, projects into the woods at the point where the main volume of overlap, and the geometry of the shear stresses of the project. Read the rest of this entry »