This House Overlooks A Desert Landscape From A Hillside In Texas. Photography by Casey Dunn Set into the foothills of the Franklin Mountains, 800 ft above the city of El Paso, Texas, sits this modern family home designed by Darci Hazelbaker and Dale Rush of Hazelbaker Rush.
This Californian Wine Country House Was Designed For People Who Love To Entertain. Photography by Joe Fletcher Feldman Architecture have designed this home that sits on top of a hill near Healdsburg, California, for their clients that love to entertain.
To take advantage of the sweeping valley views, this home has a variety of outdoor spaces like a poolside patio and firepit surrounded by landscaping, designed by Arterra Landscape Architects. Four oversized glass panels open on a pulley system on each side of the main living room, to create a dramatic effect and allow for indoor/outdoor living, as well as assisting with air flow on a hot day.
A simple wood dining table and chairs separates the living room from the kitchen. The high ceilings and additional windows let plenty of natural light into the space, and the wood kitchen has black accents to match the window frames. A Rural Home In The Hills Of Washington State. Photography © Benjamin Benschneider Architecture firm Olson Kundig, have designed Studhorse, a home for a family that loves adventures, located in Winthrop, Washington State.
The house is situated in a place where the climate ranges from hot, fire-prone summers to winters that have heavy snow. The house is composed of four buildings, centered on a central courtyard and pool. “It’s like a little campground, and you go tent to tent. Design Detail – A Hotel Façade Of Cut-Out Abstract Shapes. Photography by Tamara Brownwell Rodrigo Errázuriz, local architect and proprietor of Hotel Cumbres Lastarria, designed an eye-catching façade for the hotel in Santiago, Chile.
Sunrise Vista House by Lane Williams Architects. Lane Williams Architects have designed the Sunrise Vista House, a home for a family in Seattle, Washington.
The architect’s description Basement walls and three fireplaces were salvaged from an original 1950’s structure to create a new and spacious family-oriented home in the Sand Point Country Club community. The second story roofline of the master suite tilts up to the sunrise. Other roofs are completely “green” and maintain a low profile. Hp_101214_04. Green Bean House by Arctic Studio. Arctic Studio designed the Green Bean house for a family in Onsala, Sweden.
From Arctic Studio The concept of the Green Bean house is a organic spiral motion in the internal organization of the spaces, both in plan and in section. This creates a fluent sequence of spaces that is contained in the simplicity of the box-shaped volume.In order to achieve minimal energy loss and take advantage of the sun radiation, the volume is open towards the south, closed to the north and wrapped in vegetation from east to west, over the roof. Dulwich Residence by naturehumaine. Br_200914_01. Sa_110814_01. Nb_130814_01. Fh_100714_04. Hb_190614_01. Wolveridge Architects adds timber-clad extension to Melbourne house. Australian studio Wolveridge Architects ran a brickwork pathway through the inside and outside of this timber-clad extension to a house in Melbourne, using old bricks found in the garden (+ slideshow).
Named Northcote Residence, the project involved removing an out-dated annex from the house located in Melbourne's inner north suburb, then adding a new L-shaped extension that more than doubles the original floor space and creates new living spaces. Os_180414_10. Get our daily newsletter: Oban House by AGUSHI Back To Thumbnails ‹– Previous | Next –› Click here to view the full size image CONTEMPORIST is a celebration of contemporary culture, focused on architecture, design, art and travel.
The Tales Pavilion by Luca Nichetto. Mayfair House by Squire and Partners. Dihedral_181012_01. Get our daily newsletter: Dihedral House by Arch 11 Back To Thumbnails | Next –› Click here to view the full size image. Des vieilles pierres - Une grange modernisée par un architecte. Thorncrest House by Altius Architecture. Altius Architecture have designed the Thorncrest House in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. From the architects This new modern residence accommodates a family of 6 and their guests. Private spaces are arranged to allow for an open concept space with double height living room surrounded by a catwalk.Particular attention was paid to natural daylight exposure at the basement walk-out, easing its transition to grade via a sunken pool, deck and grass terraces.
Shading is provided by deep roof overhangs and cantilevered volumes.The homes distinctive blue zinc cladding and Spanish cedar accents create a unique street presence. Architect: Altius Architecture Photography: Greg Van Riel.