The contrast between the dark surfaces of the ground floor and large windows, the white walls of the first floor and lava stone makes the construction of the contemporary minimalist villa design with indoor patio to be light and suspended. The living room has a glass central patio, natural light illuminated, with a green palm tree in the middle.
Architect: Architrend Architecture
Photos: Moreno Maggi
Minimalist style custom residential interior design decorating includes modern elements of art, assortment of wood types and custom pieces to attract the attention of visitors to all the right places.
Architects: Bodron + Fruit
Exterior curved walls of the Australian concrete house was designed for windblown sails facade feeling. The house looks more like a white sailboat, if we look at it from the pool. Large facade glazing allows a lot of natural light in.
Architects and photos: Tony Owen Partners
The modular frame prefab cottage consists of 2 modules separated and raised for privacy, space and light. An open rooftop deck establishes a direct connection with the outdoors and creates a sense of openness.
Architecture and photos: Garrison Architects
The compact glass wall house (Austria) made of prefabricated structural panels, which were installed onto the floor slab in a few hours with the help of a crane. The high degree of prefabrication, the application of external shading and calorific value technology as well as the simple form of the building volume all contribute to making this a very ecological and economical building.
Architecture: Caramel Architekten
Photos: Otto Hainzl
The compound consists of three sleeping pavilions, center two-story pavilion with living/dining facilities and roof garden.
Architecture and photos: Yoka Sara International
This horse riding (equestrian) stables (South America, Chile) project include saddle, cleaning rooms and offices.
Architecture & photos: Pablo Lamarca & Tomas Swett