Modern Luxury California Home For Outdoor Living

Modern Luxury California Home For Outdoor Living
Humn lab+ was commissioned to design a new home in Los Angeles’ Pacific Palisades neighborhood and with its Southern California location, indoor/outdoor living was a priority. The exterior pairs a smooth black finish on the second story with warm wooden planks installed horizontally for a visually dynamic street presence. Spanning just over 5,000 square feet,... 
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Stacked Volumes Home With Moving Walls And Raised Pool

Stacked Volumes Home With Moving Walls And Raised Pool
That House, located in Melbourne, Australia, was designed by Austin Maynard Architects as an open floor plan with private spaces. Constructing the home as three separate volumes created this open verses private design. And by stacking the three structures pyramid style, the two main level volumes are separated by a walkway that connects the front... 
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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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Living Amidst The Forest: Glazed Tepozcuautla House

Living Amidst The Forest: Glazed Tepozcuautla House
Nestled in the hills of Mexico City, the Tepozcuautla House consists of two concrete bodies — one for services and the other for the bulk of the house’s main areas — joined by steel bridges and a cantilevered staircase. The stairs and bridges give the illusion of walking on the vegetation below, all without interfering... 
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Naremburn House That Shifts Volumes And Geometries

Naremburn House That Shifts Volumes And Geometries
Naremburn House was designed by Bijl Architecture in Sydney, Australia. To accommodate the design, they utilized shifting volumes and geometries to result in a variety of irregularities. The clients wanted a light-filled interior, completely unique rooms (no square ones), and a place to “live long”. With the site’s irregular landscape, they incorporated subtle level changes... 
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Eco-Friendly Cherry Blossom House On A Modest Budget

Eco-Friendly Cherry Blossom House On A Modest Budget
This award-winning family home is situated close to Strasbourg, in a village famous for its cherry trees and cherry schnapps. Presented with a naturally beautiful site, and constrained by a modest budget, the house is highly methodical in its plan, and dramatically augmented by the selective framing of views. The building is insulated with eco-friendly... 
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Art Full Modern Home With Refreshing And Simple Decor

Art Full Modern Home With Refreshing And Simple Decor
The discerning eye of designer Urd Moll Gundermann can be seen throughout the 1953 North Zealand home she shares with husband Thomas Gundermann and their daughter Gaya — family heirloom furniture mixes effortlessly with more modern pieces and a really stunning art collection. The interiors are done in a popular modern color scheme: white and... 
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Modern Open-Plan Renovation For A Usual Boxy Home

Modern Open-Plan Renovation For A Usual Boxy Home
A glass-walled addition designed by architect Níall Hedderman unifies kitchen, dining, and living at a compact 1930s home. The home’s spacious rear garden offered ample room for an extension. A sheltered deck allows the residents to enjoy the outdoors even when the weather’s inclement. A glass wall, provided by Mitchell Glass, grants an immediate and... 
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Stylish Minimalist House B With Smart Design And Timber Decor

Stylish Minimalist House B With Smart Design And Timber Decor
Soaring ceilings, built-in furniture, and minimal color make this German House B feel huge. Sky-high ceilings are created with a sculptural pitched roof. Its uneven angles are the result of the required setback distances from surrounding roads and houses. Playfully protruding and recessed windows define the street-facing side of the house, maintaining privacy while ushering... 
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