The surging wave of sustainable design and eco-conscious homes has seen architects come up with some of the most innovative and amazing homes in the last few years. Hidden partially inside the ground and following the natural contours of a beautiful hill in the this contemporary house is all about being one with nature. Designed by VASHO Studio the house is nestled on the slope of the hill and instead of disturbing the existing canopy it just burrows in and enhances the appeal of the secluded niche.
Simple straight lines and smart cubic structures have become an integral part of contemporary design in the last decade or two and embraces this approach while presenting an interesting textural and visual contrast. Exposed raw concrete walls are combined with large glass walls and wooden slats on the outside to blend the visually heavy elements with lighter elements. This approach also allows the architects to create a series of spaces that alternate between complete privacy and a sense of openness.
Yet the defining feature of the house is the series of timber beams that runs throughout the new extension and links it visually with the existing Victorian house. Inspired by the various techniques of tapestry and stitching the wooden beams seem to “stitch” the new with the old!
We often talk about vintage style and decor and feature chic modern kitchens and living spaces that offer a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic designs. But this remarkable and inimitable 30th floor penthouse located in the Setai Wall Street is filled with vintage collectibles and antiques that have been carefully assembled by its owner.
Located in the busy city of and on the Mediterranean coast has been crafted to offer the best of both worlds. This gorgeous contemporary residence is more about the outdoors than the interior as its living spaces seem to almost hover above the waves precariously inviting the waves indoors! Designed by Daniel Hasson the home features large glass windows that provide unabated views as the vast Mediterranean turns into a natural backdrop for the interior.
The first floor of the e features the public spaces that include the living area and the kitchen. The second level contains the private quarters along with the master suite while the third floor features additional bathrooms and bedrooms that also serve as guest rooms.
Crafting a modern family home that serves the needs of every member in the house while ensuring that one area seamlessly connects with the next is indeed a difficult task. Located in the suburb of Australia this fabulous and relaxing residence was designed by Urbane Projects after tearing down two separate smaller homes that previously occupied the lot. Welcoming its guests with a refreshing and beautiful infinity pool the house caters to the needs of a large modern family and is designed to effortlessly serve its inhabitants for decades to come.