Shadow house is installed in a context in the middle of the forest under the opacity of the large trees, facing the views and the valley that unfolds splendidly at its feet.
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The architects never seize to surprise us with their intricate and innovative designs. Some showcase their ingenuity by creating unique functionality of the houses they design, others demonstrate the never-seen-before exterior. Recently, architect Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse studio demonstrated unusual house designs after founding inspiration in an unexpected place -- logos of the famous brands. Logos, usually being simplistic yet novel, turned out to be a perfect reference for outstanding architecture.More info: wamhouse.com
The home is located above a small secluded rocky cove and has been designed so that it almost completely blends in with its surroundings. The house design was a result of trying to create a structure that would be protected from the strong north winds. A rectangular grid was applied to the slope to produce a three-dimensional “chessboard” of solids and voids, and therefore created sections of open spaces for patios and a swimming pool. At night, lighting exposes the various living ar...
Old Mother Hubbard don't got nothing on these.
Rule the slopes in ski country's one-of-a-kind rustic castle in the form of a Utah log cabin.
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A swimming pool on the roof of this concrete residence by Brazilian architects Studio MK27 sits within the canopy of a coastal rainforest in São Paulo state
If you ever feel like some architects live in their own fantasy land, you’re not the only one. The buildings that they create can range from majestic all the way to magical, and they’re sure to catch your eye with their flying buttresses, stoic columns, angelic balconies, and fearsome facades. However, you can sometimes get the idea that some of these artistic innovators haven’t fully thought some things through—like the fact that people actually have to live and work in the buildings they design.
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Beautiful, floating, fireplace mantel! Handmade, distressed and stained wooden beam mantel. Miter joints on the ends keep the wood grain continuous. Hollow box construction. All wood, no veneers! Mounting hardware included. Available in sizes 48 - 96 in Different stains available, Jacobean shown. Height - 7.25 inches Depth - 8 inches 48 in - $335 60 in - $365 72 in - $395 80 in - $425 84 in - $610 96 in - $670 Custom sizes available. Please contact for pricing. ** Please note order with level of distressing: light/medium/heavy when ordering. The more distressing, the more dings/dents/scratches. ** The natural knots and wood grain will affect uniformity of stain. Every mantel is handmade and unique. ** Please note order if you are mounting to brick so we can send the appropriate hardware.
This article will share a wild array of nature-inspired homes, modern architecture, upcycled houses, and bizarrchitecture. Explore the possibilities for unusual homes and weird houses from some of the world's most creative architects. Here are 40 unusual homes from around the globe!
Queen Victoria may have vacated the British throne long ago, but the regal and architecturally distinctive Victorian houses erected during her reign, from 1837 to 1901, remain fixtures in cities across the United States, where they've put their own American twist on the European archetype. Here you can sample a selection of our favorite stateside examples of the everlasting elegance of the Victorian home.
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Designer Pierre Cardin’s house, the iconic Bubble Palace, hit the market for a reported $355 million and includes a 500-seat amphitheater
Because many of our followers are requesting us to post more affordable bungalow designs, this post is especially made for them. For those who are not fans of bungalows, you may still read this post and check the photos here. You may not like the exterior design but you may find something interesting in their
This efficient 2-story house plan has a covered front porch and a 2-car front-facing garage. Coming at only 1,499 square feet, this plan is an efficient design that lowers the cost-to-build. Inside, the family room, dining room, and kitchen flow seamlessly in an open layout. The family room is warmed by a fireplace and the large front windows allow in plenty of natural light. The kitchen includes a 7' by 3' working island with a snack bar and a nice reach-in pantry. A powder bath is conveniently located off the rear of the kitchen. Upstairs you'll find 3 bedrooms. The master suite lies under a soaring cathedral ceiling and includes a bathroom with his/her vanities and a walk-in shower. Bedrooms 2 and 3 share a centrally located hall bathroom.
(Note: The photomontages shown here have been widely published on the internet for some time, but never with commentary that addresses issues I mention below important to contemporary discourse .) …
Image 3 of 39 from gallery of 2 CONESA Houses / BAK Arquitectos. © Daniela Mac Adden