Wind Vault Home is a thrilling contemporary house in Singapore, designed by The Wind Vault Home is a 3-storey home, with seven bedrooms, bright and uncluttered. The open plan front room is strongly connected to the outside. There aren’t any walls, only glass panels. This concept “encourages the intermingling of area, whether one moves via the garden, residing or dining. The perceived spatial boundary will not be architecturally delineated in a traditional sense, but by a soldier-line of narrow polyalthia trees along the bounds of the website.” White, breezy and connected to the outside, this interior “screams” vacation. A wooden staircase adorned with glass allows vertical circulation and a luscious marble floor adds a hint of class to this place.
This lovely clean-lined house located in Nikaia, Larissa, Greece is an inspiration for the architects resulting from its flawless design. The L-shaped project designed by Now, let’s come again to that design discipline we were talking about. The house’s L-shape makes possible the mixing of the total project (including the swimming pool) right into a rectangle. It’s all in regards to the power of geometry. The horizontal openings encourage a dialogue with the natural light, allowing the sun to sneak inside. The inner is characterised by high ceilings, transparence and spaciousness. a pitcher staircase dominates the core of the lounge, making the vertical circulation possible.
Meet the work of Remy Meijers, at the riverbanks of the Vecht. Stylish and stylish, with a twist of traditional, the Canal House is an outstanding choice for those that are in the hunt for both, a house and an office. “History meets the existing day in a canal-side house situated only a stone’s throw clear of the centre of town of Utrecht. This seventeenth-century property which houses a house and an office was brought right updated while retaining the building’s historical features. Particularly, a superb sense of spaciousness have been created in both the office area and the living quarters.” Nuances of beige, grey and brown break the white’s monotony. Yes, it’s all concerning the palette of neutral colours and the tranquility that includes it. The apartment is a pleasant inspiration for many who prove visiting it. Envisioned as a functional and practical space, the Canal Home is embellished with several authentic ornaments. Structured on two levels, the home incorporates a social area, containing the kitchen, the lounge and the dining area- them all located at the ground floor and a more private area, containing the bedrooms and the office, at the first floor (which happens to be the attic). The home also features a captivating metallic staircase, allowing vertical circulation.
Designed by the Canadian architects, Christopher Simmonds, the Zen Barn is a modern house in Ottawa, Canada. The volumetric house, spreading over 3,100 square meters, features white oak external cladding and floor-to-ceiling windows, making a warm and transparent home environment. Quite spacious, it accommodates four bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and naturally, a social interaction area, containing a neat, uncluttered front room and an impeccable kitchen. A staircase of commercial inspiration, with metallic and wooden finishings, allows vertical circulation. The neutral interior (we observe the presence of various shades of brown, beige, white and gray) is “interrupted” by splashes of red. Looking for harmony, the architects tried to bring the exterior, in the house.
The interior boasts a wierd combination of glossy and unpolished, an inspired mix, where rough wood meets super shiny surfaces. ”Heated exposed concrete floors ensure comfort inside the presence of huge glazed areas. Cabinetry in matte white lacquer and stained ash veneer flow throughout the interconnected kitchen, living and dining spaces.”
Beautiful and galvanizing, the project called House 1005, designed by Stephenson ISA Studio in Worsley, Manchester, UK is now a wonderful modern and coquette home, with a less regular rooftop. “The brief is for a family house providing flexible accommodation generally recognised as being appropriate and of top of the range design and execution.” Before the renewal, the home looked quite dull and had no particularities. The setting though, was exceptional, quiet, welcoming and exquisite. After the “intervention”, the home started to exhale life and luminosity.The newer version of House 1005 is characterised by breeziness. The transparent living environment is a brave mixture of glass, wood and inventive decorations. “The alterations and additions reply to context and recognise the price of the prevailing and its surroundings, making architecture that is of its time in place of being a pastiche or imitation of what’s already there.” When it involves the execution, we need to say – it’s flawless. The external cladding adds a slightly of heat, inviting you contained in the house. Once inside, you get to peer the dynamic interior: the doors were eliminated with a view to create a more fluid space, the staircase dominates the core of the home allowing vertical circulation within the house, the kitchen is attached to the courtyard and the various irregularly shaped roof windows allow the sun to sneak inside.