The innovative structure basically consists of three distinctively separate sections which combine seamlessly with one another. A carport that doubles up as an external patio area is the first to greet you with a large glass enclosure that is right next to it providing for a relaxing lounge area. The glass box has been designed to provide unobstructed views of the flowing river as you also enjoy a 360 degree view of the world outside.
Built on the frame of a 1970s-era motor home this home sold for $27000. Note the board-and-batten cedar siding and double-pane glass windows that adorn the front of the dwelling…
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.
Below we feature a variety of modular housing options from long rectangular structures to a two-story home that will impress you with its angular design. There’s something liberating about simplifying your life down the the necessities yet doing it with oodles of style. Then again this lifestyle isn’t for everyone. But it’s fun to dream isn’t it?
The indoors comprise a huge lounge three large bedrooms en-suite bathrooms both indoor and outdoor kitchens as well as barbecue. Walk in dressing rooms and built in wardrobes are exemplary features of the décor style. The tropical gardens and a private swimming pool complete the structure. The interior design has modern facilities and is decorated with traditional Thai artifacts.
You can open and close the large swiveling glass doors that connect the dining space with the deck area depending on the season and the time of the day. Interesting art work in the kitchen adds a bit of color to an otherwise sleek and ergonomic space in white. The living space also employs a neutral color palette while the reading area utilizes a vivacious green couch to bring in the desired brightness. Ample natural ventilation along with beautiful chandeliers freshen up the space perfectly.
Paradigm is available in a range of sizes from studio to three-bedroom dwellings. As stated on the Bogue Trondowski site “The homes are designed to be energy and water Net Zero and are targeting LEED Platinum the Passivhaus Standard and 6 of the 7 petals of the Living Building Challenge once designs are adjusted for site specific conditions.” Yep they’re eco-friendly!