Secluded Luxury Home in Queenstown, New Zealand. Petrella Guidi Historical Hideaway in Italy - 1 Kind Design 1 Kind Design. Jul Bouquets of flowers and aromatic plants intoxicate upon arriving to Petrella Guidi Historical Hideaway , in the ancient medieval village of Petrella Guidi, Italy. Entering the gate, one leaves behind the pace of chaotic lives, and abandons itself to the joy of living of this ancient land.
It is meant to be understood as a site of experience, where nature, culture, history and pleasure are elevated to the center of things in order to finally rediscover it in oneself. Each of the three houses presents itself as an unexpected world in its own right, closed in on itself and yet a harmonious part of the whole, waiting to be enlivened by lively laughter, animated conversation and playfulness. This territory is a paradise for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. Lovingly and tastefully restored, three of the village’s ancient houses have become the center of a fascinating retreat.
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With round pebbles found on the beach. A series of photographs which is childish and naive that makes you smile… via Iain Blake. Recyclebank. Get closer to nature by living in an underground home built from sustainable materials I’ve always wanted to live in an underground dwelling because it’s the closest I’ll ever get to living like a Hobbit, and it seems like the perfect place to go in case zombies attack.
Most importantly, underground homes are very eco-friendly and are built directly into the earth, which means they take up less construction material and produce less waste. Plus, they just look cool! Here are 4 underground homes that get my “thumbs up” for being truly green and innovative: 1. This earthen home designed by KWK Promes has a grass roof that absorbs water and helps to regulate temperature inside the home. 2. Designed by Dutch architecture firm SeaRCH and Christian Müller Architects, this beautiful underground home located in a Swiss village has rooms that wrap around an interior courtyard, and they all get flooded with natural light. 3. This low impact woodland home was built in Wales by Simon Dale. 4. Incredible Looking Loft Filled With Natural Light. This 94 square meter apartment has a privileged location on the corner of the building.
You are looking at a nicely arranged flat with three rooms, one beside the park, with unobstructed views over the green expanse outside, and one facing the street, while the kitchen overlooks the pleasant and peaceful courtyard. In the middle lies a spacious hall and in relation to this, a new bathroom. The overall floor plan with massive windows on three sides and the bright color scheme fills the apartment with light.
It’s hard to decide which of these rooms we like best. Jet Off To Australia's Pretty Beach House &. Boho Chic. Hot or Cool? Color-Changing Chameleon Tiles. Bookshelf Porn. Luxury Furniture, Property, Travel & Interior Design. The Contemporary Hillside House by SB Architects Designed by San Francisco-based SB Architects, an international firm well-known for the design of site-sensitive resort and mixed-use projects around the world, and built by well-known green builder McDonald Construction & Development, this home is a statement of what is possible combining “high design with high sustainability.”
Nestled in the hills of Mill Valley, California, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, Hillside House has just received certification as the first LEED for Homes Platinum custom home in Marin County, and one of only a handful in Northern California. Photograpghy by Mariko Reed. The four-story home – clad with beautiful, sustainable Western Red Cedar siding – is set on a steep hillside site that provides for a very vertical design with living and private zones situated on multiple separate floors. About Richard Barker Adelto Love Interior Design & Exotic Travel?