is as variable as the bachelors who call them home but several rules of thumb can make your home more user-friendly comfortable and fun to live in. Don’t spend money on a professional range if you don’t cook. On the other hand if you are a gourmet chef go ahead and hang a pot rack or have that cutting board inset installed in your counter.
If you are on a visit to Israel by any chance try and spare a few hours to travel to Ramat-Hasharon. Here stands a house that upholds the value of simplicity and modernity. With grey oak and glass predominantly having gone into the construction along with concrete the DG House is one example of architectural awesomeness. This beautiful residence designed by DOMB Architects sports two separate blocks of different dimensions.
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 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 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.
The ground floor is occupied by the garage and home cinema while the rest of the spaces are split between private and social rooms. Here a mezzanine level features two rooms connected by a living-study opening towards a patio garden. Upstairs occupying the first floor lie the kitchen and dining room while the second floor shelters the bedrooms. Topped off with a pool terrace on the roof the narrow home is surely a successful residential project.
The modern House B-Wald by Alexander Brenner is located in Stuttgart Germany. Welcoming owners and guests with a dark gate flanked by two anthracite walls the modern residence displays its volumes and architectural details topped off with a red roof. The project area sums up 1616 square feet and is composed of several volumes sheltering the living spaces pierced by glass walls and huge windows.