Nestled in a hilly terrain and surrounded by a lush green canopy the home sports tasteful and sophisticated interiors which are as appealing as the view outside. A beautiful metallic staircase connects the outdoors directly with the lavish terrace space that promises unabated views of both the woods and the city skyscrapers in the distance.
Ready to roll with it? So are these amazing rolling huts! These wheel-clad dwellings were created to meet the need of accommodating visiting guests. They boast a low-tech design while still managing to be chic.
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.
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 Majestic Alps and their snow-filled slopes spread across Europe offer some of the top ski destinations on the planet. But for those across the Atlantic both USA and Canada offer some gorgeous snow-laden slopes that are equally enticing and far more accessible.
Below we see an architectural detail that is one of many modern flourishes that give Paradigm homes their appeal. Another reason to love Paradigm: each dwelling is designed to maximize spaciousness!
The philosophy of ‘less is more’ seems to be getting popular pretty fast. The number of homes that are adopting and adapting to the trend of minimalism and semi-minimalism is a tribute to this design principle. It is both aesthetically and economically sound strategy to employ and the Hewitt Avenue Home in Toronto Canada seems to have chosen a similar path. Designed by Altius Architecture the home owners wanted a sleek efficient and ergonomic modern home.