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Irregularly Shaped House With a Small Grove of Eucalyptus and Pine Trees on the Site

Mon, Feb 22, 2010 | Dream home designs | By Mike
 
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This residence is designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects on a generous lot of 10,000 square feet. Not whole this site was buildable because of its irregular shape and a small grove of eucalyptus and pine trees but the house become quite a big project anyway. The house also has irregular shape and is split into two wings in order to maximize the views and reduce its massing. Thanks to such shape and a lot of glazing almost every room in the house is connected to the outdoors and has access there. At the heart of the home is a great fireplace that begins in the living room then penetrates the exterior wall to become a wedge-shaped landscape feature and finally, the pool wall. [ Rockefeller Partners Architects | Photography by Eric Staudenmaier ]

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  1. Iveta Says:

    :) :) :)

  2. Sidney Says:

    Simply the most stunning house i’ve seen. thank you for posting.

  3. shazza Says:

    Arrghh! Where’s the floor plan. I LOVE IT! absolutely gorgeous ♥

  4. Tita Says:

    I love it! How much is it?

  5. sam Says:

    This is now my dream home. :) It would be awesome if there is a floorplan, but everything about this house is just unbelievable. Thank you for putting this up!

  6. Momtaz Says:

    This is one of the best house designs ever seen over the net. Simply the best combination of concrete, wood, metal in a house. Modern yet elegant, simple yet sophisticated, large yet cozy. A dream home for myself and many others. I truly need more details, floor plans … etc. If the designer is kind enough either to post them or send them to me, I will really appreciate it.

  7. Step Says:

    I love this house, where is it located?

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