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Art Studio Shipping Container Home

Sunday, December 21, 2014
Art Studio Shipping Container Home
Art Studio Shipping Container Home



This is an unique art Studio as it is made of shipping container.
Art Studio usually requires a quiet and away from the crowds, designing a studio was also a concern in order to support the tranquility. However, the selection of the design space for such work would be in accordance with the wishes of the artists who will occupy. The following art studio art studio is one of the elegant design made of two 40-foot containers. Surrounded by dense trees with fresh air, this art studio made of containers provides enough space to work. White interior and simple decor with the right selection of furniture, this room promises relaxation and spirit. If you need more information about the art studio container housed in New York made by Maziar Behroos Architecture, please visit there.

Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki

Friday, November 08, 2013
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
A contemporay house has been designed by Pablo Jendretzki that is located in Sag Harbor, New York, USA.
The Argentine architect renovates this residence with extending green touch, sustainable home concept such as installing active energy technologies. This house is mainly constructed of wood, adapting the surrounding natural environmental view.

Architects: Jendretzki Design and Planning Consultant
Location: Sag Harbor, NY, USA
Architect of Record: Sal Croce
Design Consultant: Pablo Jendretzki
Contractor: Tim Mott, Sag Harbor
Client: Debora Oppenheimer
Landscape Designer: Maria Jose Recabarren
Project year: 2009
Photographs: Jendretzki
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Sag Harbor House in the Woods by Jendretzki:


Set on an area called “Mount Misery” this house is now setting the wave of renovations imitating it, as lawmakers try to change the street name, which if done, will double the property valuations overnight.

This existing house was re-designed to connect the exterior with the interior spaces.

The gardens and forested exterior areas are the appeal of the context which were activated by opening up sidewalls, creating porches, connecting them with decks, terraces and stairs, and bringing as much light as possible into the house, and by doing so, bringing in also the green views.

The exterior decks and stairs also blend the different elevations of the exterior grade in a way that enhances the flow rather than obstruct it.

Much of the interest effort was put in the detail of the woodwork. Given that the architect had a very low budget to work with, without adding cost or amount of materials, he used opportunities such as railings, steps, benches, pergolas, siding, and joints to produce a more delicate and exquisite environment.

Although not LEED certified, the house renovation was conceived with green systems in mind such as solar paneling on the roofs, rain water collection for grey waters, environmentally sound materials such as cork and recycled wood and acrylic composites, energy efficient appliances, and HVAC systems, and cross ventilation.

All exterior wood work such as decks, pergolas and stairs was fabricated with recycled cedar. Interiors are a designed to provide a calm, peaceful, and natural environment.
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki

Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki
Wooden Sustainable House by Jendretzki

LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture

Monday, November 04, 2013
LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture
New York Home Architecture Idea
2012 in Dutchess Country of New York, USA, an architectural firm Desai Chia Architecture designed LM Guest House implemented.
This contemporary house is primarily influenced with modern style, mainly constructed to rectangular shape. It is applied to home facade and also combined match the interior of this guest house. Many kind of passive technologies support this energy needs, solar, geothermal, and rain water collector system.

Architects: DesaiChia Architecture
Location: Dutchess County, New York, USA
Area: 2,000 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Paul Warchol
Structural Engineer: Ove Arup & Partners
Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer: Tucker Associates (Salamone Group)
Geotechnical Engineer: GeoDesign
Civil Engineer: Paggi Martin DelBene
Landscape Architect: Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
Building Envelope Consultant: James R. Gainfort AIA Consulting Architect
Lighting Consultant: Christine Sciulli Light + Design
Construction Manager: Daniel O’Connell’s Sons
sustainable home design

LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture:

"Located on a rolling farm property in upstate New York, the LM Guest House celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape sweeping views through an all-glass facade magnify the spacious, open feel of the living areas.The home employs several sustainable design strategies including geothermal heating and cooling, radiant floors, motorized solar shading, photovoltaic panels, and rainwater harvesting.

The open living and sleeping areas flow around a compact slatted wood core that disguises the mechanical, storage, and bathing spaces. Two sleeping couchettes with built-in bunk beds provide efficient accommodations for additional weekend guests. Natural white oak wood detailing provides warmth and texture throughout the home.

The high-performance glass facade was pre-fabricated off site, shipped in one container, and erected in two days. An innovative steel frame structure allows the roof to cantilever dramatically over the open living areas and bedroom."
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Photos by: Paul Warchol

The Coastal Residence by Blaze Makoid Architecture

Monday, July 08, 2013
The Coastal Residence by Blaze Makoid Architecture
contemporary home design
Blaze Makoid Architecture has completely designed Daniel’s Lane Residence that is located in Sagaponack, New York. Construction of this modern house suited to the coastal area and the design was built for a family with three children.

Home with Self Abilities, Solar Roofpod by CCNY

Monday, June 24, 2013
Home with Self Abilities, Solar Roofpod by CCNY
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This modern house designed for urban style that adaptable in the various situations mostly in the big city. So, the architecture and design of this house was built with independent abilities.