The spacious dining room a modern kitchen a home bar and plush bedrooms await you inside. The patio with an open fireplace a refreshing pool and plenty of deck space allows you to enjoy many an evening outside while taking in the numerous sights and sounds of the surrounding landscape.
We have always maintained that renovating or revamping an existing home is a far more difficult task than designing a brand new home. Creating a gorgeous and contemporary extension for a home located in an historic neighborhood is a far more demanding proposition.
We end by turning our attention to Leaf House designed to shelter a family of four. Built from Forest Stewardship Certified timber and reclaimed materials this is one eco-friendly home! The space is 215 square feet including a 55 square foot sleeping loft. The photos that follow are courtesy of Leafhouse/Laird Herbert via Tiny House Talk.
This opulent five-bedroom home has everything from a refreshing pool to a large terrace space that offers unabated views of the surrounding landscape. The home clubs open living with ample privacy to offer the best of both worlds.
From Colorado to Calgary there are plenty of skiing grounds that attract visitors from all over the world. No wonder then that an enthusiastic couple wanted a magical getaway built in one of Ontario’s private ski resorts; a task that has been completed with sparkling brilliance by designers from Atelier Kastelic Buffey.
Apart from a sporadic touch of color the house largely sticks to a semi-minimalist approach. If you have €850000 and change to spare then you could call the fabulous Vilamoura House in Faro your own!
The next featured collection of dwellings is a series of modular apartments located in Japan. Built by Sankyo Frontier Co. Ltd. these residences are constructed from units that have been subjected to strength and water tightness tests. Not to mention wall ceiling and floor insulation and soundproofing have been enhanced in compliance with the Revised Building Standards Law.