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Architecture and Home Design | U-Shaped House Design

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Lot 18 House is modern house design in Malaysia, designed by Arkitek Axis and completed in September 2009, use U-shaped concept. The house consist of 3 floors, the first level consists of three bedrooms with family room in the heart to open up the balcony and view to the pool area of the landscape while the infinity pool with rooftop garden is located at the second floor. The right side of the house serves as a water landscape that is visible from the area of large windows downstairs. The parking space is hidden behind the house. [ Via ]


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Architecture and Home Design | Malaysia Architecture

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Denai House is private house design in Malaysia, designed by by Razin Architect in 2007 for an 8000 sq.ft site in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The house, completed in 2009, is organized in an elongated manner perpendicular to the main road. The basic planning house is one room thick, to promote cross ventilation for all spaces, as well as ensuring every room has a view to the 3X15m long lap pool.

There is no formal enclosed living room. House layout was done strictly on practical everyday functions. Kitchen is located right near the entrance as the main activity center with family TV area next to it. Sliding folding timber doors open up the family to the lounge, turning it into a spacious combined area where kitchen, family, dining and lounge spread across the 6X18m area without any dividing partitions.[ Razin Architect ]

Architecture and Home Design | Lot 18 House Picture

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Lot 18 House is modern house design in Malaysia, designed by Arkitek Axis and completed in September 2009, use U-shaped concept. The house consist of 3 floors, the first level consists of three bedrooms with family room in the heart to open up the balcony and view to the pool area of the landscape while the infinity pool with rooftop garden is located at the second floor. The right side of the house serves as a water landscape that is visible from the area of large windows downstairs. The parking space is hidden behind the house. [ Via ]


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Architecture and Home Design | Lot 18 House Design

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Lot 18 House is modern house design in Malaysia, designed by Arkitek Axis and completed in September 2009, use U-shaped concept. The house consist of 3 floors, the first level consists of three bedrooms with family room in the heart to open up the balcony and view to the pool area of the landscape while the infinity pool with rooftop garden is located at the second floor. The right side of the house serves as a water landscape that is visible from the area of large windows downstairs. The parking space is hidden behind the house. [ Via ]


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Architecture and Home Design | Modern House Design at Falcon Residence by Public Architect

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Modern House Design at Falcon Residence by Public Architect. Keeping it simple. With its masonry base, nestled into the sloping site, a steel structure cantilevers out exposing a glass edge. The full height perimeter glass wraps the western edge offering a view of San Diego’s downtown skyline. [ Publicdigital ]

  • Modern Lake House Design by Minday Architects

  • Cool Pool House by Hariri and Hariri Architecture

  • Modern Swedish Dream Home Design, Luxury Home Design

Architecture and Home Design | rooftop garden

September 23, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Lot 18 House is modern house design in Malaysia, designed by Arkitek Axis and completed in September 2009, use U-shaped concept. The house consist of 3 floors, the first level consists of three bedrooms with family room in the heart to open up the balcony and view to the pool area of the landscape while the infinity pool with rooftop garden is located at the second floor. The right side of the house serves as a water landscape that is visible from the area of large windows downstairs. The parking space is hidden behind the house. [ Via ]


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Mallorca Oceanside Villa, Luxury, Comfortable and Elegant

September 16, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Architecture, Luxury Home Design

Mallorca Oceanside Villa, Luxury, Comfortable and Elegant. Recently completed by Julia Palmer, this magnificent structure of 530 square meters with views of Mallorca Oceanside casual comfort with grace and simplicity. Designed to increase slightly the minimum color of choice in art and furniture built, the Villa easily walks a thin line between a comfortable, elegant space for family life and to focus on specific structural Mediterranean designed homes. Soothing and graceful movement of the special light through the building on the south side of the structure, but the allocation of places in architecture, building windows and the use of soft colors and reflective walls to maintain the intensity of light to be unobtrusive and, indeed, may also contribute to the efficient use of energy.

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Architecture and Home Design | Devil’s Lake Residence, Contemporary Beach House Design by Nathan Good Architect

September 13, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Devil’s Lake Residence, Contemporary Beach House was designed by Nathan Good Architect. Privacy was a key consideration for this waterfront home overlooking Devil’s Lake near Lincoln City, Oregon. The owners requested a residence that combined their preferences for both agrarian and contemporary design. The design solution incorporated a small building footprint and created a comfortable, light-filled home through maximized daylighting and carefully selected views. Green features include hydronic radiant-heated floors; energy efficient lighting, controls and appliances; natural cross ventilation design; non-toxic materials; a central vacuum system for enhanced indoor air quality; sustainably harvested Lyptus for cabinetry, and polished concrete floors.

  • Brasilia House, Lake House Design by Isay Weinfeld Architects

  • Stockholm Library in Sweeden, by Studio ST Architect

  • Miami Beach House Design by BDA Architecture

Architecture and Home Design | building architecture

September 12, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Designed by Marlon Blackwell Architect, Fulbright Building located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. From Architect : ” A renovation project intended to revitalize the civic quality of a historically and architecturally significant library building, while inserting a new program of professional offices. The Fulbright Building was built in 1962 to house the Fayetteville Public Library and remained the Library’s home until the Library moved to a new facility in 2004. Respecting the original design of the building the steel frame structure has remained relatively untouched. The upper floor of the building is lit from exterior glass windows and skylights cut into the existing roof. To make the lower floor more marketable, holes were cut in the upper floor slab below each of the skylights and staircases dropped into them. The 1990s addition, a double height space with a stair and handicap ramp, was converted into a large conference lounge area with an acoustical ‘shroud,’ clad in black zinc, suspended above. The sculptural figure of the ‘shroud’ acts as an art piece seen through the glass from the street. ”

Fulbright Building by Marlon Blackweel Architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Fulbright Building by Marlon Blackweel Architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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Perth Arena is new multi-purpose indoor entertainment and sports, designed by Gensler located in Perth, Australia. Currently under construction, this new multi-purpose indoor entertainment and sports venue will be a jewel in the crown of the city’s premier entertainment precinct, driving the revitalization of the area and re-establishing a connection between commercial and entertainment districts. Accommodating up to 14,000 people, the facility features a retractable roof that will allow Perth to continue hosting tennis’ popular Hopman Cup. Work completed by Gensler staff while employed with RTKL Associates Inc. in collaboration with Ashton Raggatt McDougall (ARM) and Cameron Chisholm and Nicol (CCN). [ Gensler ]

Dance Palace Architecture Design by UNStudio. The 21,000 m2 Dance Palace is one of European cities Embankment quarter master plan for a new town square in the historical center of St. Peters burg. The building has an opening and home theater will be available for 1300 customers (1000 large auditorium, theater small, 300). Integration with existing buildings around you get both the scale of construction – which follow elevation in Saint Peters burg 28m typical roof – and the opening of transformation that is introduced by a wallboard triangular facade. The variation between opaque and perforated panels creates a controlled opening, depending on the program, opinions and guidance. In the main hall in the shape of a horseshoe was chosen for its acoustic advantages and the closeness that affords stage. [ UNStudio ]

Architecture and Home Design | windows and skylights

September 12, 2016 By: Jason Marie Category: Без рубрики

Designed by Marlon Blackwell Architect, Fulbright Building located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. From Architect : ” A renovation project intended to revitalize the civic quality of a historically and architecturally significant library building, while inserting a new program of professional offices. The Fulbright Building was built in 1962 to house the Fayetteville Public Library and remained the Library’s home until the Library moved to a new facility in 2004. Respecting the original design of the building the steel frame structure has remained relatively untouched. The upper floor of the building is lit from exterior glass windows and skylights cut into the existing roof. To make the lower floor more marketable, holes were cut in the upper floor slab below each of the skylights and staircases dropped into them. The 1990s addition, a double height space with a stair and handicap ramp, was converted into a large conference lounge area with an acoustical ‘shroud,’ clad in black zinc, suspended above. The sculptural figure of the ‘shroud’ acts as an art piece seen through the glass from the street. ”

Fulbright Building by Marlon Blackweel Architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Fulbright Building by Marlon Blackweel Architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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