With an interior that is largely clad in white and warm wooden accents this renovated house boasts an overall aura that is sophisticated and inviting. Features like geothermal heating double air flow ventilation and a roof that can hold solar panels make this revitalized French home a dream for those who love sustainable living!
With a 250-foot drop to the Pacific Ocean on two of its sides the breathtaking provides a stunning seaside view on Big Sur’s amazing south coast in. While it is the location of the house and its impressive contours that initially draw your attention its captivating interior soon takes over thanks to the amazing and balanced use of glass steel and wood.
Located on a lot of 251 square meters the house itself just occupies 146 square meters and makes smart use of whatever space is on offer. The special roof designed by of TSC Architects for the house is not just about painting a pretty picture alone.
With an impressive cathedral ceiling that is also completely covered in wood a cozy fireplace and simple industrial-styled lighting the remarkable residence manages to effortlessly bring together several different design styles. A perfect retreat for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of big city life!
When it comes to interior design and decor we often tend to equate space with luxury. But creative modern architects and designers are quickly putting an end to this myth with the ingenious use of limited space. Occupying an area of just (549 square feet) this gorgeous contemporary apartment in Slovakia is all about maximizing the available room in every possible manner. Conjured up and brought to life by RULES Architekti the snazzy apartment was once an old neglected hub that was in urgent need of a complete makeover.
Passive solar heating and cooling design also helps the house in cutting down on the energy bills substantially. Surrounded by heritage oak trees that have been left undisturbed during the construction process the exquisite house is all about living in harmony with nature!
This concrete block provides the home with a stable base and anchors it both structurally and visually. The top levels feature a 3-story glass tower that houses the living areas and the private quarters. A spacious living room dining area and a cool kitchen that is draped in marble and wood are located on the top level and are seamlessly connected with the beautiful terrace.