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Luxury House Design by Kelly Deck

September 14, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Home Design, luxury home design

Luxury House Design by Kelly Deck. The interior is inspired by the natural environment and outside the cedar grain is clear and Bluestone premises, so looks modern and contemporary in it. It has five bedrooms with five bathrooms. The main house feautres radiant heat floors, floor to ceiling windows, terrace with fireplace and Jacuzzi, wine cellar, gym, recreation area, an integrated audio system with speakers in the room key inside and outside and other useful things. Windows from floor to ceiling, no catches just a lot of natural light, but also a framework for the country, Whistler and Blackcomb mountains and fissile Peak. Provides the structure with a garage and three cars and a wide area along the side of the house and is well protected. [ Via ]

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Southern Ocean Retreats by Max Pritchard Architects

July 19, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture, Home Design

Located within the Deep Creek Conservation Park, designed by Max Pritchard Architects, these three cabins provide self-contained accommodation for visitors seeking a relaxing natural environment for sight seeing, bush walking, fishing and bird watching.

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House 108, House with Inspirational Block with Marble by A-Cero, in Madrid, Spain

June 23, 2013 By: archinhome Category: Architecture, Home Design

House 108, House with Inspirational Block with Marble was designed by A-Cero, located in Madrid, Spain. The inspirational block is built with marble, studying the placement of the stone with respect to curved shapes and edges.

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Notable side cantilevers provide weightlessness to the building. At the main entrance, dark vertical granite stone contrasts with the predominant clear granite in the façade.

The windows are large facilitating a flood of light into the house into the ground floor hall, kitchen and service room, and in the lower basement level light enters from windows leading to a garden created by a the gap in the topography of the plot. Here lie the intimate areas, space for sleeping and leisure.

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Mountain House Design by Morato Arquitetura, in Metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte – MG, Brazil

July 24, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Architecture, Home Design

This Mountain House is designed by Morato Arquitetura, located in Metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte – MG, Brazil.
The social areas are sheltered by glass volumes, which enable a generous interaction with the natural environment. The intimate areas are sealed by conventional brick walls torn by glass shafts. The material support was chosen according to local availability: glass, concrete, ceramics and metal pieces. The technology for the construction is related to the chosen material and to the stage of local techniques. The visual identity of the house accentuates the differences between natural and cultural orders. In this sense “what belongs to men” and “what belongs to nature” are mutually appreciated by the contrasting relationship.

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This project was developed for a land in the mountains, in the surroundings of Nova Lima – MG. The choice of the land was determined by the extensive landscape found there. The concept of this project was to articulate volumes from transparent to opaque, according to the use of the involved ambience.

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