The exteriors appear to have well separated from interior compared to contemporary western houses. The Mop house has got enough space to contain a family of four or five. Seems to offer a wonderful visual treat once you set your eyes on this contemporary residence.
A classic sofa set and a table with 12 leather armchair displayed under spectacular lighting in the open living area cum dining space alone could lure you into this fantastic house. The houses have got a wonderful mix of construction materials that maneuvers tradition into modern architecture. The Portland Street Duplex homes offer a good deal of openness while preserving your privacy.
Located in Spain in the heart of a pine forest this white building offers celestial views that are certain to make you drool. Created by AABE and dubbed the the theme of the house is to prove that large is better — obviously considering that the designer thinks that proportions these day come as key in the modern design of the house.
This stone house can be appreciated in its natural state – a residential construction that merges with the surroundings but features straight bold design lines easily recognizable from contemporary architecture. Surrounded by stone walls the interiors display an inviting atmosphere but keep a sober elegance and a minimalist interior design.
The blocks have then been interconnected by an open staircase. The front elevation of the house is kept off sight from street. The huge door welcomes you to the inner wonders. The entrance leads you to a beautiful bluish pool which is near to entrance of the building. Right at the middle of the structure is a double height space which acts as a corridor to the rest of the house.
The chalet extends to an area of 530 square meters and seems to be an ideal place for a family to live in. Design of this building doesn’t comply with that of other chalets you might have seen in many parts of Europe. Its interior is reminiscent of lives of our long aged ancestors who lived in constant contact with their environment.
The Swiss architecture studio created two cubes emerging from the hill caressed by natural light on the inside through cavities and open courtyards. Extensive use of wood in furniture and window frames especially in the kitchen and bedroom soften the hard edges of the stone walls and warm up the atmosphere.