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House With A Rooftop Garden And A Beautiful Deck On The Roof

Sat, Jan 15, 2011 | Unusual house designs

Casa V is a collaboration between Plan B Architects and Mazzanti Architects. The house is located near Bogotá in Colombia on the high slope of the plot and looks like it falls over the site. The main feature of the house is a deck that is located on its roof and a rooftop garden. From these areas owners can enjoy distant views of the wetland and the lake....Continue Reading...


Tropical House Design with Cool Rooftop Garden and Canopy – Setia Eco Park Villa by TWS & Partners

Sun, Aug 8, 2010 | Tropical home designs

Setia Eco Park Villa, designed by TWS & Partners, is located at the palm coconut plantation in 15 minutes ride from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its design is modern, inspired by asian architecture style, but with an appreciation to tropical environment. There weren’t a lot of free space on the site so the rooftop garden with rain water catchments...Continue Reading...


Zig-Zag Single Storey Bungalow House With a Planted Roof

Lien Residence is a house in Singapore, that was designed by Singapore studio Ministry of Design. It is a single storey bungalow-type building with zig-zag shape. The shape helps it to avoid the existing trees and created small courtyard spaces that are sheltered from the weather but allow the entry of light and breezes to the interior and basement level....Continue Reading...


Simple Yet Flexible House Design With a Rooftop Garden That Is Set on Steep Hillside

Thu, May 27, 2010 | Contemporary home designs

The Nest is a house designed by DeForest Architects and built by Joseph McKinstry Construction. The whole process was described by its owners at their blog. The house is set on a steep hillside overlooking Lake Washington. It is created to complement with owners lifestyle and consists of simple lines, flexible living spaces, well-organized storage and a...Continue Reading...


Villa Bio – Contemporary House with Hydroponic Rooftop Garden

This villa is designed by Enric Ruiz-Geli’s firm Cloud9. It is an example of usual contemporary structure made of concrete but with a quite intriguing shape and very usual features that changes its look entirely. The most cool feature is that the building itself is the extension of the site. It is conceived as a growing C-shaped spiral with grass and...Continue Reading...


Three Level House for Three Family Generations

Wed, Feb 24, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Designed by Berkley-based McGlashan Architecture this house is located on a beautiful hillside in Marin Country, near San Francisco. Its form and color are inspired by the hillside landscape. It has three levels and three generations of an extended family live there. Roofs of all three levels are planted with drought resistant and native gardens. Besides...Continue Reading...


Beachfront House with Rooftop Garden by Original Vision

Thu, Jun 25, 2009 | Beach house designs

Even though this house is designed in very simple style it doesn’t mean that it’s cheap or something. Inside and outside the house has simple shape and simple furniture but such features as the rooftop garden, open plan and materials used in interior design make it almost luxury one. Even though it is quite small its design and ocean views make...Continue Reading...


Single-story Grid House – Casa Grelha by FGMF

Wed, Jun 17, 2009 | Unusual house designs

Only 6500 square meters of 24000 square meters area aren’t covered by native intact forest which is permanently protected. The topography of the area consist of large natural stones and trees and the house is located in small valley which protects in from winds. Three aims was choose durning the design and construction: the demand for single-story...Continue Reading...

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Modern Townhouse Design with Rooftop Garden by Brett Webber Architects

Sun, Jun 14, 2009 | Block house designs

Girard Townhouse is three story, 2900 square feet residence on Girard Avenue in Philadelphia. It is great example of modern urban infill construction. Girrard university is located right in front of it and add to beautiful views from the roof a remarkable collection of 19th century architecture. Besides that rooftop garden and penthouse offers of the Center...Continue Reading...


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