Park House by Another Apartment

Japanese studio Another Apartment has completed a house with an asymmetric roof on a narrow site in suburban Tokyo.

Constructed across the street from a local park, the three-storey house has a glazed facade intended to offer views out towards the trees.

A garage and bathroom take up most of the ground floor of Park House, so the architect located the living room and bedroom on the middle storey.

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New House in Neutral Colours With Panoramic View Over the Alps by Gogl Architekten

Meet Haus Walde, a gorgeous new structure built by Gogl Architekten, located in Kitzbühel, Austria. The clients requested a contemporary open plan living space with panoramic views over the Alps.

It was not an easy task for the architects, because they had to identify a design line that blended perfectly with the old house, without making it look old. To avoid an architectural conflict, the new structure is enriched with a few rustic notes.

The two houses are independent one from another representing two different structures built in two different periods of time. The new house exhales more luminosity. It has floor-to-ceiling windows with wooden frame and a uncluttered interior, inspiring breeziness. These makes it a soothing place, just perfect to enjoy the breathtaking landscape.

via. Freshome

The Danish Summer House Of Architects Mette and Martin Wienberg

Architects Mette and Martin Wienberg designed their Danish summer home to meet the whole families requirements. Completed in 2006, this 200sqm residence features ample of natural daylight, earthy light tones, and a choice of materials that give out a sense of warmness and coolness at the same time.

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Celluloid Jam / N MAEDA ATELIER

Imagine a site you might picture, when letting your mind wonder back in time: damp soil forms a soft ground, catching your footsteps, ancient, weather-beaten stairs, that have been used in earlier times as an earthen path, a lovely old retaining wall and carefully cherished plants. When we first set foot on this old soil in the city of Myoren-ji, we not merely got interested by this lush site, but rather fascinated by its’ overwhelming beauty, that laid in every single FIBRE.

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Gorgeous Contemporary Home Inspired By The Summer

The Canterbury Residence, designed by Canny is a graceful contemporary home, inspired by the summer breeze and sun. Let’s start with the terrace. Two words to describe it: absolutely stunning! Perceived as a floating wooden “island”, “lost” in the middle of the swimming pool, the terrace is a gorgeous place to sit and enjoy your lemonade on a hot summer day or to relax and listen to the whisper of nature, at dawn.

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Modern Family Home by Dennis Gibbens Architects

Dennis Gibbens Architects created this modern home in 2012 for a client located in Venice, California, USA. The 12,000 square foot property also includes a sports court, pool, spa, and detached guest house.

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Cottage House by Studio Aiko

Cottage House is a vision created by Studio Aiko for a design by Orly Shrem. It features elegant stone and glass walls, and a sophisticated interior with a stunning view of the carefully manicured gardens outside.

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Modern Meets Rustic Revealing a Special Eclectic Décor

Located in Eugene, Oregon, the 1151 Crenshaw residence is a wonderful way to express a unique blend of styles. By mixing rustic elements with modern design lines, Jordan Iverson Signature Homes studio has done a wonderful job in defining an eclectic style for this particular home. The house accommodates three outdoor decks overlooking endless views and a roof terrace, for evenings filled with tranquility.

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Single House, Athens

This two-storey detached house in Athens, designed by Minas Kosmidis of the Architecture in Concept studio, boasts an enviable view of the Acropolis, but frankly who needs one of the world’s great architectural monuments when you have this interior to gaze on right under your nose? Yes, we’re being silly – in fact AiC based the entire re-model around that view as its central selling point, but along the way created something pretty special closer to home.h

   

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Minimalism And Playfulness Defining Residence Made of Shipping Containers

Recycling is one of the major issues nowadays. Especially when it comes to architecture and sustainable design. The WFH House in China, designed by Copenhagen-based studio, Arcgency is made of three stacked shipping containers.

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Mill Valley Cabins in San Francisco by Feldman Architecture

The ‘Mill Valley Cabins’ designed by american firm Feldman Architecture are two extensions to an existing family home in Mill Valley California. housing a studio and yoga space, also used as a private guest home, the strategy was to integrate the wooden structures into the steep hillside between the trees and to minimize the intervention on site.

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MZ House by CHK arquitectura

MZ House was constructed by CHK arquitectura and is located in Valle de Bravo Lake in Mexico. The home, which is perched on a mountain and surrounded by thick forests, is decorated in a subtle rustic style, with more evident hints of stylish elegance.

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S11 House by ArchiCentre

ArchiCentre created this contemporary home in 2012 for a family located in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. It combines an industrial look with sleek, modern elements and uses plenty of glass to allow views of the surrounding greenery.

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Twofold House / BKK Architects

The developer, who we had previously designed a house for, consciously eschewed maximising development of the site in favour of higher quality, lower density housing. His company is only interested in pursuing the highest quality design outcomes.

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Bayside House by Grzywinski+Pons

Bayside House by Grzywinski+Pons has been completed in Bayside, New York, United States. The residence was designed to accommodate three generations of the client’s family.

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