Eco Wooden House brings sustainability and luxury to the forest

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Eco Wooden House brings sustainability and luxury to the forest

It may be nestled on “Mount Misery” in Sag Harbor, NY, but this rustic eco home is wooden bliss. Designed by the architects at Jendretzki Design and Planning Consultant, this wooden clad house renovation served to open the indoors to the outside environment. Outdoor living rooms expand the home’s square footage beyond its conventional walls. The surrounding gardens and forest become a part of the house by opening up the walls and incorporating parches and terraces that are connected by outdoor stairs, all made of reclaimed wood. These multiple elevations also create a visual and functional flow for this slope house plan.
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Unique Eco Home Design by European Architecture Firm

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Eco Home Design by European Architecture Firm

MercuryHouseOne is the modern brainchild of architecture firm Architecture and Vision, which was established by a Swiss and an Italian architect, based in Italy. This futuristic, eco home design takes a distinctly European approach to architecture by incorporating the most important aspects of living – function, aesthetics, entertainment and the environment – and doing so in style! Featuring an organic water-drop shape, this home boasts an exterior shell of Carrara marble which is back-lit by night, emitting a haunting and intriguing glow.
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Golf Course House

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Designed by architects Manuel Bailo Esteve and Rosa Rull Bertran of ADD+ Arquitectura, this rooftop garden house takes the concept of a “green roof” to new heights with this amazing and unusual house plan, topped by a mini-golf course! This playful and contemporary style house is located on a high point in Igualada, Spain. The modern slope house plan cantilevers out over the grassy landscape rolling out beneath the stilt home.

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On the lookout from Home & modern Architectural

October 7th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in modern house, simple home design

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Some towns or neighborhoods have a definite atmosphere. It is not uncommon to hear people describing places as rough, easy-going, or even pretentious. Attitudes about an area can come from the people who live there, its history or sometimes the weather.
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future from Home & Architectural by Trevor Abramson AIA

October 7th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in modern house, simple home design

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Following tradition and providing privacy at all costs are no longer architectural imperatives for a new wave of out-of-city residences. Today, design integrity, generous open-plan interiors and crisp material palettes combine with global priorities of energy efficiency and sustainability.
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Inside the box from Home & Architectural

October 7th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in modern house

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“Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes made of ticky tacky…” Despite the lyrics of this famous 1962 protest song, with innovative thinking it is possible to create a cube-shaped house that is both visually engaging and tasteful, as demonstrated by this, architect Lane Williams’ own home.
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Modern Home Designs

October 6th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in modern house

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The “Modern” architectural style became popular in the 1920’s and 30’s and is similar and often referred to as “Art-Deco”. The rural housing market never really embraced this styling, as did commercial development. This plan style generally consists of very simplistic and modern geometrical designs. Usually walls are smooth texture stucco, or stone and roof systems are a very shallow pitch or flat.
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House Bierings / Rocha Tombal Architecten

October 6th, 2009 No Comments   Posted in modern house, simple home design

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From a basic form, defined by the municipal urban plan, sculptural “eyes” emerge with direct views to the varied countryside landscape. The form and orientation of the building avoid visual contact with the adjacent houses: at the ground floor the angled ceiling of the kitchen accentuates the intensive contact with the garden. On the first floor, the different shaped openings in the roof and façade offer, like “fingers of light”, varied daylight experiences.

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From a basic form, defined by the municipal urban plan, sculptural “eyes” emerge with direct views to the varied countryside landscape. The form and orientation of the building avoid visual contact with the adjacent houses: at the ground floor the angled ceiling of the kitchen accentuates the intensive contact with the garden. On the first floor, the different shaped openings in the roof and façade offer, like “fingers of light”, varied daylight experiences.

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