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Hocker Farm With A Traditional Exterior And Minimalist Interior

Mon, Sep 28, 2015 | Modern home designs

Do you like striking contrasts? If you do, then this modern take on a traditional chalet will impress you by the contrast between indoors and outdoors. Donald Architecture completed the design of Hocker Farm, a charming stone cottage. Constrained in size by the original garage footprint, the challenge was creating the extra rooms within a relatively small...Continue Reading...


1800s Rough Stone House Renovation

Wed, Mar 27, 2013 | Modern home designs

The original house of 1800s was built here, in Chamoson, Switzerland, and renovated by Savioz Fabrizzi Architecte into a completely modern space. The genuine rocky surface makes the project perfectly blend in the natural surroundings, that’s why the architects decided to leave as it is, just reinforce and emphasize it using concrete for the parts to be...Continue Reading...


Sustainable House With Raw Stone Exterior

Fri, Oct 8, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Camel Quarry House is built on the footprint of the burnt out ruin of the original house. The site features great views of natural landscape and blends with it very well thanks to the exterior done in raw stones combined with several wood inserts. Its form is simple – a rugged face reflecting the quarry and estuary and a smoother façade facing the more...Continue Reading...


Modern Forest House Finished With Stone – Bosvilla Soest by Zecc Architecten

Fri, Jun 18, 2010 | Modern home designs

Bosvilla Soest is designed by Zecc Architecten in the woods Soest, the Netherlands. It presents itself as the detached modern forest house with exterior done in the material that looks like the natural stone. There are also a lot of wood details that in combination with the stone anchor the house to the ground and connect it with the pines in the forest....Continue Reading...


Vernacular Dry Stone House at The Pyrenees

Wed, Jun 16, 2010 | Home design

House at The Pyrenees is designed by Eduardo Cadaval and Clara Solà-Morales in a small village nested in the Pyrenees, Canejan, Catalonia, Spain. The vernacular dry stone house is a comfortable residence that have two units on a single envelope. It features amazing views over the valley, while an identical window located on the top of the roof, enables to...Continue Reading...


A Single-Family House Overlooking Fields and Fyn Beech Forest

Sun, Jan 31, 2010 | Modern home designs

This beautiful single-family house is located on a hill overlooking fields and Fyn beech forest. Its consists of two composite boxes which are done in simple gray, custom-made stone. The side facing the fields and forest, characterized by large windows that invite natural light inside. On the other side windows in contrary are made very small and low in...Continue Reading...


House with Four Courtyards – The Purchase Residence

Mon, Nov 16, 2009 | Country home designs

This house is located in Westchester Country, New York, a forested landscape that has been highly developed with small cities, suburbs, highways and roads. The Purchase Residence is designed with four courtyards, which capture as many views as possible while not being overwhelmed by the noise of a near interstate highway. The four-courtyard scheme separated...Continue Reading...


House on the Hill Linked to the Landscape – Krater House

Mon, Oct 5, 2009 | Unusual house designs

The house is situated on the top of a hill on Antiparos, in the Cycladic islands, Greece. There was a lot of challenges in designing it related to its position. First of all there was a need to protect living areas from strong winds of the Aegean Sea and to hide them from the settlement at the foot of the hill. That’s why part of the house was dug...Continue Reading...


House With Natural Wood And Stone Interior And Exterior

Thu, Aug 6, 2009 | Sustainable house designs

Litmus completely renovated this former home of an esteemed horticulturalist, preserving its original landscaping and relocating its main entrance. Visitors enter through a Torii gate, navigate over a stream and around a pond to the stone-terraced entry. As the entrance as the whole house’s interior are mostly done in natural wood and stone materials....Continue Reading...


House Composed by Two Rectangular Prisms on a Sloped Site

Fri, Jul 10, 2009 | Luxury home designs

This house is located on sloped site in Guadalajara, Mexico. It is composed by two rectangular prisms, one of which is parallel to the street while other – perpendicular. Thanks to such structure the house have quite big courtyard of white gravel a garden and a pool. The first floor consist of private areas like bedrooms, while the second one includes...Continue Reading...

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