Wave Roof Hause

February 2, 2011 Modern Architecture

Unusual design of roof and ceiling is the special shape and point of view in this house design. It is called ribbon house, maybe the name of ribbon take from the unique roof design. Located in Perth with the exotic landscape used for designing home with aesthetic view by Hartee. This house looks different from others in the housing. On of home’s balcony is waving. The exotic view in front of the housing perfectly combines with the shape of waving roof and ceiling in one home. Read More

Geometrical “Ufo” House in Netherland

January 31, 2011 Modern Architecture

VMX Architects, a Netherlands architecture company has designed a creature comforts and modern aesthetics home and named it as Sodae House.  This contemporary island house features combinations of glasses and angles, which provides the breathtaking views of the islands of Kostverlorenkade. Read More

Resort House

January 18, 2011 Stylish Houses

The Resort House is a project of transformation, where a dark and dilapidated existing suburban house has been converted into a hidden oasis, abundant with natural light and seamlessly integrated indoor and outdoor spaces. Having bought the existing house for its rear north facing garden, the owner wanted a series of social living spaces with a resort feel, to be enjoyed with family and friends. The new design simplifies the original plan through the insertion of a high entry gallery and relocates living areas to the rear (north) across both floor levels. Read More

Forest Concrete House

January 11, 2011 Stylish Houses

The team at BAK Architects have completed another South American concrete stunner.  The JD House by BAK Architects is located in Mar Azul, Argentina, not far from another BAK-designed concrete home we featured earlier in April.  These concrete designs are a perfect fit for the coastal Mar Azul forest, as the soft, sandy, pine-needled landscape makes for a subtle contrast to the stone-colored concrete.  Inside, the home is spacious, airy and angular, with a tiered layout that rises to create varied living spaces.  Like BAK’s other homes, the JD House was constructed to preserve the nature around it.  The trees on this home’s plot remain intact, several of which extend directly through the structure of the JD House.  The result is an immersion into Mar Azur’s stunning nature that would be far out of reach for a traditionally designed and constructed home. Read More