It is not very often that you see homeowners get involved in the nitty-gritty aspects of home architecture and design. There are fewer occasions when their hobbies and existing collection of art work or eccentric decorative pieces determines the form of the home.
Created by Robert Young Architects this small and efficient pool house in New York is one such structure that maximizes space while adhering to local pool house building codes.
Beyond the obvious aesthetics the home also gives its residents the added advantage of being built on a stringent budget while accommodating two individual families in close proximity. The layout of the house offers each family ample privacy while bring them together in the common area.
Designed by Matt Fajkus Architecture the home office addition to this Texas home takes the latter path with a brand new studio that is connected with the backyard and adds to the appeal of the existing residence.
Perfectly insulated glass walls large sliding glass doors and beautiful niches and window seats help connect those inside with the landscape outside. Efficient planet-friendly and easy on your pocket the future does belong to such mobile modular housing units that do it all!
With the multi-tasking zone the home feels much more cheerful and the adaptable setting also frees up space in the main residence. Sliding glass doors and windows add to the atmosphere by bringing the outdoors inside
What do you want from a weekend home that helps you relax and rejuvenate? It is often a setting that connects you with nature when needed is easy to maintain and can be completely closed from outside world when not in use. That is precisely what you get with designed by Lazor Office.
On the outside the pool house complements the contemporary and simple design of the pool while on the inside one can find the kitchenette daybed bathroom and a relaxing social zone in a small and space-conscious area.