Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Luxury Aquatic Bathroom Tile

If you you have the personality maybe this Aquatic Bathroom Tile Design by Franco Pecchioli Firenze will catch your desire, it’s color that dominated by dark “aquatic” green will give you a super catchy bathroom for your personality. it deluxe detailing and incredible quality materials ensure this luxury bathroom is once seen, never forgotten. Have this design at your place and experience as the king of the sea.

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If you have the personality you should have this kind of Aquatic Bathroom Tile for your bathroom.

Luxury Bathroom Ideas in Minimum Space

Luxury Bathroom Ideas

Following bathroom designed with luxury and modern style, using every space available to the maximum extent possible. See the selection of equipment and modern furniture of the bathroom also has a high enough grade class too, this Luxury Bathroom Ideas I pick it from evalindh.

Bedroom Shelving Books Plus, The Dream Book Lice

For the enthusiast books, has a bedroom plus a shelf of books such as the design above is a dream come true.

Shape design of the rooms are designed with bright colors and filled with glass windows so the room does not really lack of lighting is very appropriate for reading, it would be fitting if coupled with two lounge chairs for you and your partner or reading table for your reading.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Astounding Home in Australia Surrounded

Astounding Home in Australia Surrounded by Lush Vegetation

Combining an interesting mixture of hard stone and lush vegetation, the setting in which the K3 House was constructed was optimistically embedded into the life of the home. Located in Sydney, Australia, this amazing structure moulded by the imagination of Bruce Stafford Architects draws its power from the life of the plants surrounding and protecting it. The renovation plan of the house centers around an internal courtyard. A connection between the outside and the inside is established by the large sliding glass doors that open up the living space facing the courtyard. All the rooms enjoy the luscious panorama because of their orientation towards north. A luxurious pool is separated from the rest of the courtyard by glass half walls. Wood is used inside and out: it has a calming effect that contrasts with the metal and glass surfaces. A large entertaining area on the deck continues inside, into the living area. This is where the family gathers and spends quality time together. But once the evening is over, the parents retreat in the master suite pavillion, where they can quitely enjoy the panorama.

Bright and Cosy Villa Displaying an Interesting Shape in Austria

Located in Graz Geidorf, Austria, this next residential building, named the 3S Villa, was designed by architects from LOVE architecture and urbanism. The 145 sqm of the house seem to overcome the boundaries between inside and outside. Although the building has a contemporary structure, the whole concept of the house is based on the relation between nature and human space. Even the roof has an interesting shape: it folds on the southern terrace, continues up and over the building and ends up forming an abstract saddle roof. The white exterior acts like a canvas for the architect`s desire to explore and experiment with different forms. Each of the vantage points offers another view of the wonderful exterior design. The terrace in the back of the house has wood flooring, just like the interior. The same shade of brown allows the flooring to connect the outside with the inside in a natural manner, without disturbing the feeling of being in the middle of the nature.

Monday, November 8, 2010

2010 Award Winning Cozy Modern Organic Home Design of Brisbane Stone Hawk

2010 Award Winning Cozy Modern Organic Home Design of Brisbane Stone Hawk

Solidly anchored in the ground for sure and we present you the winner of 2010 RAIA Brisbane Regional House of the Year, 2010 RAIA Brisbane Regional Commendation, the body of the house is wrapped itself around an above ground pool also reflects the wood in their final terms. With this type of organic materials and rustic natural environment of limestone and several species of tall native trees is reflecting the form and materiality of the appearance of the house. With this language, the siding and the structure are represented great agreement with rustic weathered wood, galvanized steel and combinations of vertical and horizontal sections imitating the shapes of the trees.

This a critical source for both a smooth and refined palette for the interior details as considering the importance of cohesion and the notion of interior and exterior. Once inside, users are visually and physically transferred between this notion of openness of the house with a counterweight system windows and external sliding windows. A minimum intrusion on the natural terrain is carefully thought by Base Architecture in the form of a flat glass protected with lawns for children to play and explore the natural rock walls and in the intriguing bush located on the side.

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Luxury Design of Atherton Residence by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects

A beautiful Atherton residence completed in 2008 designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects located on the peninsula south of San Francisco, this house sits on an internal suburban flag lot. The main house features a butterfly roof that turns up to the south with a dramatic overhang. Large sliding glass doors open directly out to the pond and terrace. The roofs conceal photovoltaic and solar hot water panels.

The house is heated with a radiant system in the stone floors, and despite the hot climate it is not air conditioned, but passively cooled with a combination of overhangs, shades, and operable windows. The house also features many green building materials, including high fly-ash concrete, formaldehyde-free casework and denim insulation. The new house creates a special place for the clients, making a main residence feel like a vacation retreat.

The original 1950s Bay Area home on the lot was torn down due to structural problems. In its place, this structure was erected around the site’s existing pond. To take advantage of the scenic views of water, the home was built as four buildings, the main house, study, pool house and garage, that all come right up against the water’s edge. Large sliding glass doors from the buildings open up towards the pond, providing an immediate connection with nature as well as a good dose of natural ventilation.

Wooden Beach House Design – Vashon Island Cabin by Vandeventer + Carlander Architects

This house is a result of story cabin remodeling designed by Vandeventer + Carlander Architects in Vashon Island, Washington, USA. Vashon is a census-designated place (CDP)which covers an island alternately called Vashon Island or Vashon-Maury Island, the largest island in Puget Sound south of Admiralty Inlet.

Some additional floor area is needed to recognize. The idea developed to insert a wood box resting on the existing floor and cantilever over the existing basement walls, thus not affecting the existing drain field. The wooden box contains master bedroom, bath and kitchen. The exterior form and materials of the box are continued to the interior, while clerestory windows separate the box from the new shed roof above. Thermally the broken aluminum curtain walls is used for the extensive glazing of the main floor living spaces. An existing masonry fireplace and wall on the north side of the cabin are the only elements preserved at this floor from the existing cabin. Large sliding doors open onto a rebuilt wood deck to the west and allow for easy movement from the interior for entertaining. The daylight basement has been developed into two bedroom, bath and TV area.