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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Modern Home Design by Chen + Suchart Studio

Situated on the outskirts of downtown Tempe, home emit aesthetics industry. This is a modern home design called Sosnowski designed by Chen + Suchart Studio in Tempe, Arizona. A pronounced steel frame is built from the I-beam is a framework for volume up, which sits on the foundation of concrete blocks. The façade of the upper level consists of a serious window of the issued and natural weathering corrugated steel panels. Interior concrete floor mate, open ductwork, and light industry to create an atmosphere like an attic.

While pretending to industry, Residence Sosnowski remain habitable and inviting thanks to the main meeting room on the ground floor that combines living, dining and kitchen areas into one space that is fully open to the surrounding city and desert.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Minimalist House Design For Young Couples

This is a minimalist home design choice for newly married young couples, because it does not require a large space for both. Minimalist is a pattern of thinking, working, and way of life. This is a new perspective in viewing design as a reflection of urban life is simple really practical, lightweight, efficient, and management. I thought it would seem useful to you young couples who want to create family harmony.

But keep in mind because it is too minimalist would be boring. For that we need a few tricks to design a minimalist home to keep your room look warm. Furniture selection model should also be considered, you must be able to choose the right furniture and of course accessories for your minimalist house with elements of practical and functional which is the basic key in designing a minimalist home.

plant design in the house

Entrance to the garage minimalist home

Multifunctional space design-Living room

Some tips for designing a minimalist home is not easily bored:
  1. Selecting the right material to thicken the minimalist concept will be presented. For example, glass furniture combined with aluminum or wrought iron can you attach it in the room. This is a simple form and can make your room look chic.
  2. The selection of minimalist furniture curtain capable of supporting the impression you want to display in your room. You can try to choose a light novel blind and able to give the impression of dynamic in a minimalist room.
  3. Furniture design company with a precision which is also characteristic of minimalist architecture and furnishings. Therefore, select a table or chair is simple and without ornament. With minimal ornament, we can simplify maintenance and the room will feel more spacious.
  4. Color Selection of minimalist design and stylish furniture should be cautious, the pattern of flowers or colors that are too crowded or less suitable when combined in a minimalist home. Keep the color tone each time to add or replace furniture and furniture accessories in one room.
  5. Whether all the accessories and furniture carefully, but make sure that the room did not impress too full because it can confirm the impression of a minimalist who wants to create. For example you can set the photo frame is bigger, but in small amounts to accent the room.
Kitchen design minimalist home

Staircase design minimalist home

Living room design

Minimalist can also be combined with colored wood furnishings such as furniture dark brown or reddish brown.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Japanese Minimalist Design Unique House

This is a minimalist modern home design. big house with a minimalist interior design.

Japanese House with Minimalist Interior Design

Japanese design is simple and unique House, with multifunctional and effective home to find all these aspects of contemporary and ultra modern. The house is named C 1 house. It was conceived by innovative architect Gwenael Nicolas of Curiosity, and Tomoyuki Ustumi of milligrams Studio. House C1 is essentially a glass box, natural wood floors and details adding an organic warmth to the room expressed purely by way of zig-zag. [Via]

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Queens Park House in Sydney with Garden Design

Home designs Queens Park House in Sydney:
Dominating with white, white house looks very clean and luxurious. MCK architect has completed the project to remodel Queens Park House in Sydney, Australia.
The main concept of this white house is a room connected to the park. This concept is derived from the idea of openness and the elimination of divisions and barriers. The most important is the interior will extend into and become part of the park, such as going to the garden will be part of the interior. Early vision in the conceptual stage is one of the sitting room which is situated between lush plants and trees with a garden wall as a wall of the room.
By the time the garden will grow thicker and taller and contribute to the urban scale and provide an oasis for the owners. This house is very friendly environment with good solar access and lots of ventilation.
Home design interior

Visit the website MCK Architects - here.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Classic Minimalist House Design by Architect Chris Cobb

Minimalist home designs

Display is quite interesting house with a classic wood. Minimalist house normally never use wood for their walls, but Eva Street Residence are different, very unique design wooden houses. Minimalist house has a beautiful interior, with wood texture that creates a warm feel. Walls, floors and kitchen are made of wood composition. And the results of this project is a classic minimalist home. Eva Street Residence, located in Austin, Texas was designed by American architect Chris Cobb.
Classic interior design

Chris Cobb admitted that the biggest challenge of this project is also one of the greatest assets, a beautiful 150-year old oak tree that stood directly in the middle of the build-able property. Instead of cutting down, the house was built in a strong relationship with trees, protect homeowners without making them strangers in their neighborhood.
Staircase design classic

The solution is to create a multi-storey volume has strained the dynamic interaction of different heights involved and interact with trees, and slipping under the canopy which is defined by its outreaching branches. The house was dressed in weathering Brazilian Redwood siding and corrugated steel, which adds scale, texture, and the unification of the house with views of the surrounding area, while at the same time soften the geometry, sharp crisp structure. Wood cladding extends to the inside of the house, which is also defined by a dark brown bamboo floors, clean white walls, carefully custom made cabinets, and clean detail.


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Design House Brings Green to Misa

Started by David Wax and his partner Ben Uyeda, FreeGreen is making green home designs free for everyone. 2005's Solar Decathlon blew us away, but we are fascinated by the amazing Solar House from Cornell University. This team brought home a beautiful zero-energy to the mall in Washington, DC, and has just launched ZeroEnergy Design, home design firm focused on zero-energy design. Continuing their momentum as green home design teacher, two of the Cornell Solar Decathlon team has just launched a new effort that aims to bring green design to the masses through a special innovative business model called FreeGreen.
FreeGreen provides a selection of green home design for free, with a variety of styles from traditional to modern. While the basic design for free, homeowners can take the process further and customize their designs with the cost (and very reasonable) extra. The cost of the design process, and free house plan, kept to a minimum through partnerships between FreeGreen and green building products manufacturer - paid placement from product manufacturers.

As homeowners consult with FreeGreen to design customized, they are introduced to healthy, energy efficient, sustainable products that sponsor FreeGreen's eco-companies. This is a collaborative win-win-win that introduces people to the principles of green building and products and allows consumers on any budget to have a custom-designed, green home.

In the end, FreeGreen is about providing people with options and knowledge to make decisions. Green building products are widely available, but sorting through various options, or even know where to look, is a daunting task for most new homeowners. Freegreen solving this problem by offering a very good green building consulting with little cost to the consumer. According to founder, "is the goal at FreeGreen not produce environmentally friendly home possible but rather to provide a variety of different home plans that allow people to create homes to suit their lifestyles in a responsible and fair."

FreeGreen launched this month began with several great designs including our favorite, The Loft Suburban, modern home suitable for all climates. Marked with an open floor plan and loft ceiling space, this design will be available in various sizes to meet a lot of lifestyle and landscape.

We think FreeGreen is a great idea and a wonderful way to bring information, innovation and green design options for everyone - We are very excited to announce the launch of FreeGreen "because green design should be accessible to all." [Via]

Friday, November 5, 2010

Best Wooden House by Jendretzki

This is the best timber home design. Located in Sag Harbor, New York, this project has been carried out by Jendretzki Design and Planning Consultants. The view is very natural around the house making it look very cool and comfortable to stay inside.
This house was redesigned from an existing house. The original house is an old traditional wooden house, but surrounded by beautiful nature. The owner will not change from the original concept of Home-Wooden, just remodel the old. The interior is very well connected to the exterior. There are several decks, terraces and stairs so that owners can easily stroll from almost every part of the house.
At night, this house is very exotic with all the classic lamps hanging on the porch posts. This view brings the owner into the past. our eyes will be spoiled with a beautiful view all day.

There is a window large enough around the house so that natural light can break into easily and owners can see the beautiful view from the room the entire house. All exterior wood work done with reclaimed-timber recycling.

Furniture design

Homes are environmentally friendly and uses high technology. It uses solar panels on the roof for electricity and rain water collection system.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Home Design Garden by Tham & Architects Videgård

This park is home design. Tham and Videgard, Swedish Architecture Firm has successfully completed a project called House Garden. This house was built on an area 180 meters square in Viksberg, Sweden.

The owner wants a beautiful garden as part of their home, and the reason why they decided to move from their duplex apartment in central Stockholm to the rural location in the lake Mälaren. To meet customer needs, we propose a house conceived as an integrated vertical additions to the garden, where indoor and outdoor space gradually mingle and interact.
Triangular foot print is the result of a steep slope diagonally across the site. With one of the long facade facing south, we also managed to eliminate the pure north façade. This further helps the idea of climbing plants on trellises oversized high that covered most of the windows so that by the time they will be hidden in the greenery.
A double height winter garden also serves as a natural pre-heating fresh air. Roof terrace offers views of a very long above the nearby hills over the lake Mälaren. Construction is all wood, both structure and finish.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Elysium 154 House Design is Minimalist by BVN Architecture

This is the Elysium 154 House project undertaken by BVN architecture in 2009. It is located in Noosa, Queensland, Australia. A minimalist design was chosen for this project, but even in a minimalist design, this house still looks luxurious and glamorous. See details of this house 154 Elysium of the photos below:
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Elysium exterior 154 Minimalist House Design is by BVN Architecture

Home Interior Design
Staircase design
Kitchen design

Project Description:
The Elysium 154, Noosa project is the development of housing for the last sub-division in a very desirable zip code Noosa Heads. Large sites consisting of 189 home rations, public facilities (tennis courts, health spa, water facilities), parks and nature reserves are located inland from the coastline adjacent to Lake Weyba Noosa. wavy, beautiful views of the site maintains extensive pockets of existing vegetation and given a distant view to the Sunshine Coast hinterland beyond.

This home site enjoys a truly beautiful, which slopes gently from the road south toward a small park and open space to the north. A gentle, sweeping, curved walls and forms that identify this house is produced by an intuitive response to reach both the north-east aspect and views over the park area north. Finished textured external wall folding back into the residential interior along the walls and ceilings where the edge of carefully detailed and smooth transition with the internal wall allows the threshold between inside and out had been distorted. Drawing an external garden and pool room into a luxury building has reinforced a sense of subtropics. [Via]