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10 Best House Designs With Views in 2010

Mon, Jan 3, 2011 | Best of 2010

Here are awesome houses with views that we covered on DigsDigs during 2010: Modern Swedish Dream Home with Amazing Lake Views Horizontal Dream House with Large Expanses of...Continue Reading...

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All White Scandinavian House Design with Views

Fri, Oct 15, 2010 | Modern home designs

This modern Scandinavian house is designed by Anna Pangs and David Altons. It’s is built from several prefabricated modules on a steel frame as the energy-efficient villa that is facing the water. The facade of the house not only features amazing water views but also a larch sun desk with a sunken pool. The house features such an amazing interior and...Continue Reading...

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Modern House Design That Exploits The Spectacular Landscape

Wed, Oct 6, 2010 | Modern home designs

The strategy of this villa’s design was to create a living space that exploit the spectacular landscape, while creating an exemplary building for the 21st century. The site features truly unforgettable views of the Mediterranean, Rock of Gibraltar and SerranĂ­a de Ronda, so it could become a big mistake not to highlight them. The building has seven...Continue Reading...

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House Oriented in Two Directions But Protected From Neighbors

Sat, Jul 3, 2010 | Contemporary home designs

The Northland House is designed by Parsonson Architects to sit high enough to overlook Wellington Harbour, New Zeeland. It’s oriented in two directions, east to the harbour and hills beyond and west to the afternoon sun. From the road the house peers austerely over the protective courtyard wall, while the inside spaces feel very open and connected to...Continue Reading...

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Cedar-Clad House with Breathtaking Views At The Peak of Mt. Merino

Mon, Apr 26, 2010 | Dream home designs

Houses with breathtaking views are always romantic and serves as a great place for relaxation. This house is perched at the peak of Mt. Merino and features carefully framed views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains. Its occupies an area of 2200 square feet and is organized around a two-story interior garden court. Walls of the house are made of...Continue Reading...

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House Shaped as a Furniture Set With a Stunning View of The Sea

Thu, Apr 15, 2010 | Beach house designs

This house belongs to the famous Danish furniture architect Rud Thygesen. It was originally built in 1957 but later expanded toward the sea with a semicircle to match the architect’s furniture design of an amazing set of dining chairs and a circle shaped table. The white villa is located on the coast and features not only stunning views of the sea but...Continue Reading...

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Modernist House on the Slope with Commanding Views

Webster Wilson, the designer of this house on the slope of an extinct volcano in inner city Portland, implemented his vision of modernist design with a humanistic slant. While being designed in modern style the house is complimented by generous use of natural finished wood and stone. Principals of abundant open space and natural light are implemented in the...Continue Reading...

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Modern House Bounded By The Sea by de Blacam and Meagher

Wed, Jun 24, 2009 | Modern home designs

This house is situated in Dalkey and bounded by the sea and Dalkey Island. The house is designed in modest style but on the site with complex geometry. SImple entrance is designed to surprise visitors by dramatic views from the terrace at the other side of the house. It’s protected against the sea by concrete framed structure and has a tidal...Continue Reading...

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House Made of Wood And Copper with Stunning Views

Sat, Jun 20, 2009 | Country home designs

Wood and copper are materials that was choose durning the construction of this house and made it quite unusual. Only one material was used which isn’t bio-ecological – the concrete in foundation. The house is located in one of the sunniest places of southern Switzerland with a beautiful landscape around. It takes the full advantage of views by...Continue Reading...

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Contemporary House Built With Minimum Landscape Impact – Johanna House

The Johanna House is designed by Nicholas Burns on the 100 acres site of pristine bush land located on Johanna beach, Victoria, Australia. No trees were cleared in the construction of the house so it has minimum impact on the surround environment. The house made of glass, steel, concrete and rammed earth and has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Big glass sliding...Continue Reading...

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