Modern House With A Retro Car As A Focal Point

Modern House With A Retro Car As A Focal Point
The Bulgarian practice designed Pagoda House to fit into the hillside, linking with an elevated garden tucked behind the bulk of the building on higher ground. Inside, a glass wall inserted between the stairwell and a built-in garage makes the owner’s classic car a decorative piece when it is not in use. Located on a... 
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Modern And Stylish Home Embracing The Surroundings

Modern And Stylish Home Embracing The Surroundings
With LEED-certified sustainability on the top of their list, a couple sets the bar for their new Los Angeles home. The house by Fleetwood Fernandez Architects embraces its surroundings. A landscape of native grasses designed by GSLA Studio complements the raw textures of the concrete front facade. The house was designed as a long, linear... 
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Concrete Modern House Made Of Several Stacked Volumes

Concrete Modern House Made Of Several Stacked Volumes
Angela Tsementzis’ Concrete House is perched on a slope within the quiet and leafy location. Tsementzis envisioned a structure, which would keep the surrounding nature in full focus, designing out any decorative elements that would pull attention away from the building’s natural context. The result was a series of minimal, streamlined stacked volumes, featuring large... 
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Studhorse Residence Interacting With The Surroundings

Studhorse Residence Interacting With The Surroundings
The Studhorse residence was designed to represent the bridge between nature, culture and people, it’s divided into four buildings serving as unattached structures. They are all organized around a central courtyard and the pool. Each section has its own function and manages to capture the views and to interact with the surroundings in a unique... 
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Modern Home Made Of Three Irregularly Shaped Volumes

Modern Home Made Of Three Irregularly Shaped Volumes
Architects Marc Fornes & Theverymany completed the design of MaHouse, a contemporary single-family home in Strasbourg, France. The modern building features three stacked, irregularly shaped volumes, which decrease in size from bottom to top. This creative approach allows the inhabitants to maximize their living space in a neighborhood with strict building requirements. Each white “box,”... 
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