The cantilevered structure of the house and the placement of the home office give it a wonderful vantage point overlooking the creek. This lets those inside work while enjoying the best views of the scenic lot even as the white stucco and wood exterior combines warmth with minimalism and modernity.
Skylights and a neutral color palette are a big part of the design here with the living area appearing a lot more spacious than it really is. This sense of visual freedom continues across the various rooms of the house the stairway and even inside the attic workspace and studio.
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.
Nestled on a lush green lot in Ashland County this modern weekend retreat does all it can to create a comfortable and functional getaway by using a dynamic and adaptable exterior that can easily open up and close depending o season and necessity. A dark exterior in black along with a gabled roof at its heart give it an even more striking presence!
Exquisite use of gray stone in the bathroom along with ample natural light and a white and wood color scheme in kitchen and dining put the final touches of sophistication on this fabulous transformation. Cheerful and inviting this once aging structure is again a delightful family residence!
The idea behind Slow Cabins is the design of smaller healthier and more eco-friendly dwelling units that ensure minimal carbon footprint while keeping you completely comfortable. Each of these cabins is crafted entirely in wood and what the units lack in size they makeup in efficiency and ergonomics.
With local construction code of Hamptons allowing only a maximum of of construction area for pool houses the architects had to squeeze in all the required facilities in the limited area. accomplishes this with effortless panache!
It is a rare blend that is now increasingly becoming common in homes across the world – a heritage façade combined with a contemporary rear extension and an interior that is contemporary.