There are houses that impress through size and greatness, others through shape and beauty and others through simplicity and elegance or modernity and charm. This summer house, located in Girona, the northeast of Catalonia, Spain is impressive through its greatness, shape and design at the same time.
This home, designed by Rodriguez Studio, shows how you can divide a large space without cluttering it with walls.
If you can, adding multi levels to an open floor plan can add a superb amount of interest. Not to mention, itâ€™s a great way to designate living areas without using walls, panels, curtains or rugs. Everything can stay open and flowing w…
It would be real hard to imagine that someone living in the heart of a city as modern as New York can actually live in a green sanctuary that exudes both environmental values and eco-friendly design. But thatâ€™s exactly the pleasant surprise that youâ€™ll find when you step into Dominique Camacho (owner of Sustainable NYC) and Gary Hirschkronâ€™s home.
Adaptive reuse often has to make the best of a bad situation, taking ill-shaped structures into workable residences â€¦ but in this case, the form of this 100-foot-tall Belgian water tower turned out to be the perfect basis for a brilliant seven-story house.
Just as one of the previous ones, this one is designed by Ike Kligerman Barkley architects. I’ve found it on the architects’ site, not too much is known about it apart from the description.
The open loft space splays out to fifty feet at the far end, while the roofâ€˜s angular trajectory culminates in a 24 foot wall of glass through which southern light pours in to illuminate the space.