modular modern homes by Davis Studio Architecture + Design Our prices are an estimated total cost of a completed pieceHome on the West Coast in an urban area, with good access, soils and utilities within 50' of the house, using a Standard pieceHomes plan and pH Balance Finish Package and specification. Pricing depends on many variables and unknowns and maybe higher -- or lower -- in your area. Please use the following information as a guide for preliminary budgeting. Developers: a cost savings of $30/sf can be realized for orders of three or more units to the same location.
Flexibility Our portfolio shows examples of some of our projects and our configurator can help you plan a more standard Ecospace® building. However, as we're architects, we can create anything you want using our Ecospace flexible modular concept – from a garden studio to a full house. We can achieve this by exploring various design configurations to create your perfect environment, and then we consider the detailed design of the proposal. We work closely with all our clients, but on bespoke projects it's particularly important. You'll benefit from professional design advice from our qualified designers and chartered architects to ensure that your requirements are translated into a well considered proposal. As architects we are passionate about creating new and innovative projects.
Hanse Colani Rotor House Designer Luigi Colani has created a space-saving house with a six square meter cylinder inside that contains a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. + hanse-haus.de The cylinder rotates left or right bringing the room you want into view of the main living room. There's a separate toilet and a small hallway, and everything is controlled with a remote. Eijffinger - tapety Because this domain is registered with AfterMarket.pl, we guarantee domain transfer upon payment. Making a purchase offer for this domain requires verifying your phone number. Click here to verify. Buy domain right away: Seller of this domain has set a Buy It Now price of: 0 PLN. You can buy this domain immediately for this price by clicking this button.
20 design landmarks everyone should see before they die When looking for design inspiration, it’s common to look at other people’s websites, illustrations, or photography. But sometimes it’s good to mix things up a bit. Have you ever been hit with a bolt of creative inspiration just by walking down the street? Next time you’re out in town, look up, take a big step back (watching out for traffic of course) and look at the bigger picture. Logical Homes Welcome to Logical Homes Fifty years ago it was assumed that by now we would all be living in space stations high above the earth. Yet the future didn't quite work out that way. Most of us live on terra firma in homes that (in the rich western world) are built pretty much the same way as those constructed fifty years ago: by people standing out in the sun hammering wood together. At Logical Homes we strive to design homes that are appropriate for the era we live in. We challenge traditional notions of what a house looks like, how it is built, what it is made of and how it performs.
Garden Offices -A great range of outdoor rooms and garden office Garden Offices GBC have a fantastic range of garden offices and outdoor rooms from MPB (Midland Portable Buildings) displayed at all of our display centres. At the forefront of the garden office and outdoor room market, MPB (creators of The Malvern Collection) have created buildings which are attractive and functional, easy to work in and easy to install (generally the manufacturer's trained teams will take no more than two days to install your Malvern Garden Office).
50 Strange Buildings of the World (Part II This is the part II of the very popular list of 50 strange buildings which has been and is being copied (stolen) by many bloggers. If you wish to post it on your blog or website, feel free to use up to 20 buildings from this list and give a proper link to our website ( as the source article. I hope you enjoy this weird, odd, bizarre and incredible looking arcitechture! To Organise - ACCESSORIES - Polonia We use our own and third-party cookies to improve your experience and our services as well as showing you, from our website or those from third parties, advertising based on analysis of your surfing habits. If you continue to browse, we take that you accept its use. You can get further information or find out how to change the settings in our Cookies Policy.
A Cathedral Made from 55,000 LED Lights The Luminarie De Cagna is an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The festival was host to almost 30 exhibitions including plenty of 3D projection mapping, fields of luminous flowers, and a glowing phone booth aquarium, however with 55,000 LEDs and towering 28 meters high the Luminarie De Cagna seems to have stolen the show. ( via stijn coppens, sacha vanhecke, sector271) Modern Modular Prefab Canada LivingHomes are now available in Canada! Nexterra Green Homes recently installed the first of four RK6.2 [LINK] in a community of LivingHomes they' re building in Toronto. Their LivingHomes are available for purchase, including their showhome which will be open for public tours in Spring 2012.
Studioni garden office range Price £15,800, inc. VAT This range represents the very best in quality and thermal performance. However, if you need a robust room to meet a careful budget, have a look at our Eco garden office range. The advanced home office pod. Pirihueico House / Alejandro Aravena Alejandro Aravena was selected as one of the 20 essential young architects by Icon. Architects: Alejandro Aravena, Jorge Christie, Victor Oddó Location: Pirihueico lake, Chile Built Area: 350sqm Construction start: 2003 Completion: 2004 Materials: Stone, Wood, Glass Budget: 1.000 US$ / m2 Photos: Cristobal Palma We were asked to design a summer/winter house in a remote landscape in the most southern part of Chile. More than a design, the client wanted, first of all, an equation that included every possible aspect that one could consider to be included; the design then had to be just the resolution of that equation. Being the weather condition very extreme, we started taking as less risk as possible; that’s why we began from the double sloped conventional roof. Slowly, we moved on, deforming it, looking for the views, avoiding the winds, using the frame windows as the arriving or starting points of the slopes.