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This small inspired top of architectural homes has appeared first on Destination Luxury, a blog that Homesthetics recently befriended. Destination Luxury is ran by David Christopher Lee and with his consent we present you further on “13 Architectural Homes You Need To Live” .
1. A William Stephenson House for Sale in Beverly Hills
This newly renovated, 5,060 square foot house in Beverly Hills, California was designed by William Stephenson in 1956. It features 12 foot ceilings in the living area, with floor-to-ceiling doors and windows in all rooms.
2. Baroness House by Arthur in Brazil
Baroness House designed by Studio Arthur Casas is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The architect constructed it with recycled bricks and wood as main materials to give a natural finish to the different volumes that comprise it.
3. Modern Landscape Design Ideas From Rolling Stone Landscapes
These delightful set of designs come from the stables of Australian firm Rolling Stone Landscapes who have crafted some magical environments for their clients. You will experience a symphony of stone, water, lush greenery and lighting. The compositions are exquisite and it is as though you are looking at art.
4. Floating homes that will make you want to live on water
Christopher Simmonds Architect added a 600 sq. foot second story during a renovation of this beautiful boathouse in Muskoka, Ontario. (Peter Fritz) Christopher Simmonds Architect added a 600 sq. foot second story during a renovation of this.
5. Garrison Architects design post-disaster housing for New York
Brooklyn firm Garrison Architects has unveiled a full-size prototype for post-disaster housing described as “a step forward in the way that cities respond to natural disasters” like hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.
6. Exterior : Real-Estate Maven Kurt Rappaport’s Striking Malibu Home
Evening at the Malibu, California, home of real-estate entrepreneur Kurt Rappaport. The architecture and landscaping are by Scott Mitchell Studio, and the interiors are by Denise Kuriger Design. For details see June Sources.
7. Origami House by TSC Architects
Designed in 2013 by TSC Architects, this modern single family residence is situated in the Mie Prefecture, Japan.
8. This Koh Samui Villa (Thailand) is a Vacation Rental
The entrance to this villa is dramatic with steps that open out to the spectacular view of the sea and nearby islands. Boasting an expansive living space and Samujana signature reflecting pools, your first impression of this villa will simply stun you.
9. The World Architecture Festival Awards 2012 – Telegraph
A house that looks like a cloud, the world’s tallest tower, and a honeycombed ski resort in Iran are among the 300 projects that have been shortlisted for the 2012 World Architecture Festival Awards – the world’s biggest architectural awards programme.
10. Holiday Inspiring Palm-Tree Hideout in Vietnam: Oceanique Villas
Located in Mui Ne, a seaside holiday destination in Vietnam’s south east coast, Oceanique Villas by MM++ Architects is a daring residential project. According to the developers, the construction is composed of three units, two three-bedrooms villas and one four-bedroom residence, each with a private swimming pool.
11. Format Elf Architekten’s blackened timber cottages for a German resort
German studio Format Elf Architekten has designed three holiday cottages for a resort in the Bavarian countryside that resemble archetypal pitched-roof barns. The owners of the Hofgut estate, which offers luxury accommodation, dining and spa facilities, asked Format Elf Architekten to create the houses for guests looking to stay for longer periods than the existing facilities allowed.
12. Folded facade gives a paper-like weight to Yukio Hashimoto’s F-House
The front wall of this small white house in Japan appears to have been folded down like the corner of a piece of paper (+ slideshow). Designed by Japanese architect Yukio Hashimoto, F-House is a two-storey residence in Gion, a part of Kyoto best known as an exclusive geisha district.
13. South Yarra house by LSA in Australia
South Yarra house was designed by LSA Architects located in Australia
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