November 2010


Located in Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil, David Guerra Architecture have completed a modern mountain house design for a family comprised of a mother, her two married sons, her daughter-in-law and her grandchildren. As it’s situated on an ecological reserve, natural materials are used to link the contemporary house with its surroundings.

Mountain Modern House Architecture

Mountain Modern House Architecture

Luxury Outdoor Swimming Pool

Luxury Outdoor Swimming Pool

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Located in Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal, duo architects Ana de Bastos and Filipe Xavier Oliveira has completed a minimalist home design project which was originated from the transformation of a place that it maintains a rural identity that derives from the surrounding environment.

Minimalist House Design

Minimalist House Design

Contemporary House Volumes Connector

Contemporary House Volumes Connector

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Luxury Villa RentalThe Villa O which is situated in Cap Ferret in Southeastern France is surrounded by a lush mountain landscape and has a peninsular shoreline at its foot. This is a luxury villa that is of five star rates and is also a popular holiday spot. It is situated on the top of the mountain and offers a great view of the water at its feet. This villa is made up of huge expanses of glasses and has a stunning panoramic view. This villa was built for entertainment and has casual living spaces. Every room in the house has its own balcony. If you are planning for an amazing South France vocation, go now to the five storied Villa O. (more…)

BVH Architects delivered this custom designed condos which helped owner’s to create own interior design of their living spaces. They could build anything from floor plans to personal preferences for finishes and colors.

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A three story architecture project of a multi-use building in Austin, Texas have been completed by Bercy Chen Studio. Dubbed as East 11th Street building, the ground floor is divided between a musical instrument shop and boutique retail outlet, while the second floor is reserved for office tenants, with residential spaces on the top floor.

Exterior House Facade

Exterior House Facade

Contemporary House Architecture

Contemporary House Architecture

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This two-story house has saltbox architecture typology which originated in New England, and is an example of American colonial architecture. The architecture designed in modernizes way, so there is no pitched roof. The result is a hybrid rectangular box shape construction, concrete for foundation/footings and wall, wood framed structure, and metal-framed glass planes for opening interior volume at three side of house. Concrete wall provide internal storage wall functions, and framing selected visual vistas through openings at different heights. The first floor contains living room separate form kitchen and dining in interactive interior layout. The atrium area consist of stairs connect to the upper floor. The second floor has hall that provides circulation. The hall area accentuated by the light and sky filtered through a continuous horizontal strip window. The combination of wooden work and various windows exterior appearance create a modern reinterpretation of house on the prairie. Designed by Paul Cha Architects.

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Black and white colors become basic colors to create modern office interior which combine with classical luxury style and retained the original woodwork and parquet floors in order to emphasize the classical nature of the building. Whiteness and simplicity domination create light atmosphere, whereas black, gray, and dark lines of home furnishing and decoration (such as patterned wallpapers, large crystal chandeliers, kitchen furniture, etc), some in glossy finishing enhance elegant ambiance. Overall, this interior office designed with homey sensation, a friendly place to work in the middle of town. Designed by Studio Morpho.

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