This farmhouse in Spain, stone farmhouse designed by Juan Herreros Arquitectos. From side this looks V shape home with natural stone as exterior wall. Front and back wall there are vertical window, that supply sun lighting at daytime, and trough this window we can see nature view around the home.
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Terrace mountain house was designed by Dick Clark Architecture. Located in Austin, Texas and has 4,700 square foot house merges traditional Texas forms and materials with unique contemporary details. This house using natural stone in exterior and interior. At the exterior, natural stone dominate the wall, so to the interior.
Situated in an established neighborhood in the South-West Suburbs of Minneapolis, this residence was designed by Charlie & Co. Design. With traditional exterior and open floor plan was developed around a contemporary living and entertaining lifestyle, promoting shared views and open circulation to the outdoors.
Shingle Style Residence, Contemporary House Design by Charlie & Co. Design
Desert House is concrete block house design by TWBTA Architects. The house is built of single-width local concrete block filled with insulation. Some of the block is ground face and some sandblasted. The house is designed to connect people to experience the immediate Landscape. Two simple bar building sit on either side of the wash and are connected by an outdoor bridge and an enclosed bride. Moving trough the house, there are several steps down as the building trace the wash’s descending grade. [ TWBTA ]
This Italian lake house design by Arturo Montanelli Architect. This house respect to environment restraining the building’s connection to the ground, and on the other hand the respect for the panoramic views of the lake. The perfect shapes and morphology of the architecture with their simple and linear geometry, are harmonically inserted into a flourishing natural context. Using and combination materials, such as the local stone, wood, steel, glass all put together and mixed to obtain the right balance of colors and perceptions. [ Arturo Montanelli Architect ]