Smart responsive design that caters to the specific needs of the homeowners is a great way of tackling adverse weather conditions without compromising on aesthetics. Nestled on a lot with steep inclination and minimal flat area the in Chile beats searing heat of summer with an ingenious roof flap design that creates a cool and relaxing recreational area.
Rammed earth wood metal steel and even concrete find a way to coexist with ease at this gorgeous Californian home where elegant design energy-efficiency and eco-friendly charm are seamlessly rolled into unison.
On the inside the glassy escape is unassuming with space being largely left vacant décor minimal and a kitchen clad in wood bringing warmth to the entire setting. The true purpose of the Hidden Pavilion is to take in nature at its undisturbed best even as you rediscover yourself and rejuvenate. Whether it is about a session of meditation or just spending a few days away from the daily routine this awesome hideaway provides the perfect setting for it all. Truly tranquil!
The front façade of the Yin-Yang Residence is deceptively unassuming. But step inside and the house opens up revealing a wonderful central courtyard pool area and a spacious deck that effortlessly flow into the cheerful kitchen and dining area.
Most homes are named after the locality or street the sit in and that seems to be pretty much the norm across the globe. But moves away from this as its unique façade appears to form the alphabet ‘P’ or an inverted image of the letter depending on where you view it from! But there is much more to this Oceanside villa in Denmark than its distinctive exterior.