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Black-And-White Orangery To Enjoy The Nature

Wed, Aug 24, 2011 | Garden houses

This black-and-white orangery is located in Sweden. It’s a metal construction of 24 square meters with wooden floor and black façade. The designer is the owner, Agneta Enzell, and she put the orangery in several meters from her own house. She says that it’s a unique place for listening to the rain or enjoy the nature during dinner. Why is it...Continue Reading...


Minimalist House With Nature Inside It

Wed, Mar 16, 2011 | Country home designs

Casa Tres Rios by Taalmankoch Architecture was built, first of all, to enjoy nature. The house is located on the area of 7 acres, its surface is not big. The clients wanted to maximize the contact with nature, almost to live in it. That’s why the architects decided to make all the walls of glass. To keep privacy they built a closed yard and also put the...Continue Reading...


A Beautiful Glazed House With Wonderful Views

This beautiful house is located in LA, California, it’s called Casa Skyline. This project of Belzberg Architects is based on the principle of creation of the buildings that do no harm to the nature, taking into consideration the expenses and adaptations to the site where it is located. Because of applying strategies of limitations of the materials used...Continue Reading...


House at Jilliby – Open to Nature Design by Fergus Scott Architects

House at Jilliby is a private residence of the USA family in Australia where their children and friends overseas often stays. The site is an open field on a valley floor surrounded by wooded hillsides. The house was designed in very open fashion so the owners may experience qualities of the landscape while maintaining a sense of protection. The linear...Continue Reading...

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Gamma Issa – Modern Casa of Book Lover

Fri, Mar 20, 2009 | Modern home designs

Gamma Issa is a modern casa in Sau Paulo, Brazil. Thanks to the climate it is very open, the transition between pool and house is almost transparent. Big sliding windows which serve as one wall of the house helps a lot with that. The exterior is painted in milky white so during the day the house is very shiny. The interior has a lot white objects too but...Continue Reading...


House With Five Meter High Windows

Thu, Jan 29, 2009 | Modern home designs

The house by Scott Salisbury Homes is one of HIA best house of the 2008 year award winners. One of the main house feautres is spectacular main facade with awesome five-metre-hight commercial grade windows. Thanks to it all great views around the house are captured. Although beauty isn’t only cool thing about the house. It’s very comfortable and...Continue Reading...


Catskill Modern Mountain House

Having a house surrounded by clean nature is a dream for some people. Audrey Matlock designed such house in mountains with modern style. Minimalistic inside and outside it’s the great place for living and relaxation. 360 degrees mountain and lake views are great in combination with transparency of glass house walls. Outdoor edge-pool near the...Continue Reading...


S House by Grosfeld van der Velde Architects

S House by Grosfeld van der Velde Architects Dutch architects from Grosfeld Van der Velde Architecten designed and build this house on the edge of the Asterdplas in the Hague district meadows in Breda. It has very simple box-a-like form but it’s made to fit the landscape without changing it. Thanks to that, large protruded windows, and big terraces...Continue Reading...


Transparent Home on Woodside Bay

Thu, Nov 27, 2008 | Minimalist home designs

Sometimes, transparency could be a nice idea while designing a home on some isolated piece of land. Woodside Bay Home is a Hillery Priest Architecture work which have 3 solid towers and a sprawling, glass-enclosed pavilion that provides equally awe-inspiring views from the inside out as well as from the outside in. Kitchen, dining room, living room and a...Continue Reading...


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