Modern home design - decor ideas: Large Glass Window
Showing posts with label Large Glass Window. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Large Glass Window. Show all posts

Contemporary house - RAINHA by Erpicum in Portugal

Friday, February 20, 2015
Contemporary house - RAINHA by Erpicum in Portugal

Contemporary House with Three Gable Roofs in Tasmania

Sunday, January 18, 2015
Contemporary House with Three Gable Roofs in Tasmania
 Contemporary House with Three Gable Roofs in Tasmania
This contemporary house was designed by Room11 and completed in 2013. Simple shaped house but unique looks like combining three houses into one.

Wood Home, The Reed Residence by Robert Hawkins Architects

Thursday, November 13, 2014
Wood Home, The Reed Residence by Robert Hawkins Architects
 Wood Home, The Reed Residence by Robert Hawkins Architects
The Reed Residence was designed by Robert Hawkins Architects, architect of Colorado. Contemporary wooden house is located in Elkins Meadow.
It has eco-friendly facilities and is located in the middle of pristine nature so as to give the impression that cool enough for the occupants of both scenery and fresh air can be enjoyed at this contemporary home. Quite unique facade is dominated by wood construction make this home a classic look, nor the interior with wood base colors and furniture with the right accent. This is an inspirational house that able to give comfort of natural environment.



Large glass windows let sun come inside also able to enjoy view from inside, this house can do adaptation to nature but still secure.
We can see the roof, there are grass on top. Many advantages we can get from green roof.
 Interior dominated of wood looks calm and cool of kitchen, dining, also living room. High ceiling and furniture also made of wood that keep the texture natural but attractive. Small green vegetables on pot above dining table decorate this spacious connected room.
Sun light illuminates this reading room and library on the upper floor, this condition allow to enjoy the book all day long while seeing the nature. Luxurious brown dominated furniture of soft small enough carpet and easychair decorate and keep the room comfort.


Private bathroom on the upper floor also not be separated from wood.

Modern House with Pool - H3 - 314 Architecture Studio

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Modern House with Pool - H3 - 314 Architecture Studio
 Modern House with Pool - H3 - 314 Architecture Studio
This modern home with futuristic shape of facade named H3 was built by 314 Architecture Studio, located in Athens, Greece.
The color combination is quite firm, modern house with a pool will look attractive especially this house still add green color combination of the park that surrounds that can cool the views, plus exterior of this modern home support for activities designed with the same theme.

H3 by 314 Architecture Studio:

“This private house of a total 1000m2 (10,800 square feet) is located on a plot of land of 7000m2 (75,400 square feet). The house was designed in order to give the sense of hovering over the water and sailing, inspired by the owners’ love for yachts. The bioclimatic design of the residence, the cooling feeling of the house through the contact of water and the use of sun and the geothermic energy are consistent in developing a highly dynamic and modern but also eco friendly design." 

Modern Rock House, The Pierre

Sunday, October 12, 2014
Modern Rock House, The Pierre
Modern Rock House facede The Pierre
The Pierre, a modern rock house located in San Juan Island, Washington was completely built. Olson Kundig Architects designed the modern house
that seems oppressed in the middle of the two rocky hills. Rock materials decorate every corners for decorating interior and facade, even excavated native stone was also added to aggregate concrete for flooring. Combination of classic and contemporary interior decorates the spaces without ignoring of utilization of native stone. Large glass windows let natural light come inside and become a fresh view looked from inside. Green roof full of grass gives the impression of natural garden grows on roof surrounded by the rocks.

The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects:

“The owner’s affection for a stone outcropping on her property and the views from its peak inspired the design of this house. Conceived as a bunker nestled into the rock, the Pierre, the French word for stone, celebrates the materiality of the site. From certain angles, the house – with its rough materials, encompassing stone, green roof and surrounding foliage – almost disappears into nature.
To set the house deep into the site, portions of the rock outcropping were excavated using a combination of machine work and handwork. The contractor used large drills to set the outline of the building, then used dynamite, hydraulic chippers, a selection of wire saws and other hand tools, working with finer and finer implements as construction progressed. Excavated rock was re-used as crushed aggregate in the concrete flooring. Excavation marks were left exposed on all the stonework, a reminder of the building process.
With the exception of a separate guest suite, the Pierre functions on one main level, with an open plan kitchen, dining and living space. A wood-clad storage box (made with siding reclaimed from a Lionel Pries-designed house) transitions from outside to inside the house. Its two large bookcases open to provide concealed access to laundry and kitchen storage. A large pivoting steel and glass door opens for access to an outdoor terrace. Set at a right angle to the main spaces, a master suite features a custom designed bed with a leather headboard and footboard set in the middle of floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
Throughout the house, the rock extrudes into the space, contrasting with the luxurious textures of the furnishings. Interior and exterior fireplace hearths are carved out of existing stone; leveled on top, they are otherwise left raw. The master bathroom’s sink is composed of water cascading through three polished pools in the existing stone. Off the main space, a powder room is fully carved out of the rock. A skytube is through to the top of the rock and topped by glass. A mirror set within the tube serves as a focal point, reflecting natural light into the space and connecting to a forged bronze sink.
Interiors by Olson Kundig Architects, in collaboration with the client.”
Photographs by Benjamin Benschneider
Modern Rock House facede and green roof
Modern Rock House terrace and lounge
Modern Rock House wall made of stone
Modern Rock House surrounded by lush and grass
Modern Rock House Contemporary Main Room Decoration
Modern Rock House Contemporary Main Room Decoration
Modern Rock House Contemporary Main Room Decoration
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Modern Rock House, The Pierre
Modern Rock House, The Pierre Plan
Modern Rock House, The Pierre Plan
Modern Rock House, The Pierre Plan