Kure City is a seaside city, near Hiroshima, in Japan. Both modern and standard, town has a gentle climate, historical buildings, a strong port and wonderful surroundings. The home of Uchigami is a recently built house with rustic influences, on a hill. The home offers a lovely living experience, due to enchanting views and the comfy interior. Built with natural stone (both the outside walls and the roof), the picturesque home boasts an irregular shape, which makes it quite unique and fascinating, from an architectural viewpoint and most of all, visible from afar. The project was designed by Keisuke Kawaguchi + K2-Design.The inside captures dramatic framed views of the location. It’s quite an inspiring and relaxing home environment, that boosts the sensation of freedom and breeziness. Regardless that you’re sitting comfortable on your front room, at the couch you get the most effective view: you notice the port, the ocean and the sky. The open space front room has sliding floor-to-ceiling windows in preference to walls, allowing the sun to floor it with light and heat. You’ll observe the country influences sprinkled in the course of the house: the kitchen furniture is manufactured from solid wood, the floors, the staircase and last, but not least, the window frames.
a peaceful environment has the ability to steer your mood in a good way. If the home you reside in exhales tranquility and relaxation, if it makes you’re feeling comfortable and blissful, if it looks bright, uncluttered and lively, then that home is a real home, warm and inviting and regardless of where you find yourself going, you’ll always commit it to memory as that special enchanting place “enclosed to your heart” that has the ability makes you magically feel absolutely and utterly free and happy. Merricks House was at first a property located in Merricks North near Melbourne, Australia, bought by a tender couple with two children. Their intention was to demolish the old dull dwelling and build a brand new, warm and encouraging home, with sufficient room for his or her family to grow and luxuriate in throughout the generations. The project was presented to Robson Rak Architects.
The architects managed to come back up with a captivating idea. “The initial brief for the home was for an easy rectangular box with symmetrical spaces. The target being for the creation of order and symmetry to simplify ones life. We convinced the clients that by breaking apart this rectangular boxed plan shall we create more interesting spaces that offered the order and quiet the buyer desired but additionally created a dynamic building which also offered surprising little retreats inclusive of the window seat next to the hearth.” The residence became a full of life home, boasting dynamic, neat and fashionable spaces. It was divided in three different areas (the oldsters zone, the central zone and the youngsters zone). To finish the décor and create a unitary home environment strongly connected to the outside, the architects used natural materials similar to wood, limestone and marble.
Exuding tranquility, this private Modern Zen Design House in Tokyo is envisioned because the perfect place to discover inner peace. Balance is one of several hardest things to succeed in and because, our struggle and efforts are steady and focused in that direction, a wonderfully balanced home helps us to realize happiness. Where we spend most of our free time has a pretty good impact upon our lives. RCK Design completed the trendy Zen Design House project, with this in mind: to be able to have a blissful life, we’d like a neat and serene home environment. Despite being small (spreading over 120 square feet) it can be smartly built. It integrates simplistic volumes and white walls, exhaling openness and a zen-like atmosphere.
The house was built as a temple for the body, mind and soul. “The house uses special windows to avoid outsiders to view the inner of the home, but still allows abundant natural lighting to go into. Both in its simple square shape and clean, exterior in grey and funky white gives this Zen style house. There are anchors and twine for green wall round the entrance. Organic plants prevent heat from sun lights in Summer and its photosynthesis produces oxygen all of the year.” The tiny but functional home is characterised by low furniture, simple straight lines and quiet earthy colours, enhancing the sensation of tranquility. Do you locate it inspiring?
Overlooking Lake Zürich, in Winterthur, Switzerland, the Gottshalden Home is a soothing three-storey home, characterised by a clean, unified design. The house’s exterior is all covered in timber cladding. Located in a tranquil and quiet place, far from town rush, the home, dominated by rustic nuances, is surrounded by green scenery. The picturesque home was designed by Rossetti + Wyss Architekten in order to fulfill the expectancies of the clients. The sharp-angled timber facade offer a considerable amount of privacy without transforming it right into a dark, poorly lit house. The simple, angular dream-like house integrates perfectly into the landscape, unveiling a breezy and uncluttered interior.The L-shaped floor plan boasts oak plank ceilings, flush-mounted windows that supply framed views of the relaxing, fresh surroundings and the priceless feeling of freedom. Wood is the foremost material utilized in defining the inside: from ceilings, to floors, to furniture -everything exhales warmth, comfort and rusticity. The inner is correctly ventilated and the flooded by light. Even though the home seriously isn’t “filled” with too many personalised items this can be a welcoming and warm home environment. You may get the maximum of it at dusk, when it simply promises the sensation that it glows and exhales life.
Meet Casa Sulla Morella, a beautiful sustainable house equipped with solar panels, designed by Andrea Oliva Architetto in Castelnovo Sotto, Reggio Emilia, Italy. The residential project has an intriguing smart design aiming to get the maximum of the sun’s light and heat while keeping a really modern look. ”Inserted between rural landscape and observer to 60 mt from the line, suspended by the bottom to protection of the tall stratum of superficial wather and to memory of the installations “terramare”, the residence consists of 2 staggered elements to northeast: the porch or climatic mitigator and the housing space or insulating body.”Floor-to-ceiling windows allow the natural light to flood the inside making a warm home environment. The rectangular parallelepiped house, with a white frame surrounding it, is structured on two levels. It boasts a big cut out, which create a mystical atmosphere during nighttime. Because of the special lighting system, the home literally glows in the dead of night. Its monolithic aspect and its simplicity make Casa Sulla Morella stand out. The internal is bright, airy and the dominant colours are different shades of browns and beige.