Ultra minimalist house by Luc Binst

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This is a separate window in two parts in the middle. The bathroom is a small place open to the terrace where the tub is set into the ground and painted with blue paint based on epoxy resins. Two one of the most famous Panton chairs accompany the bathtub. straight lines, right angles, furniture, colors, lighting and everything else to create luxury homes with ultra-modern interior. Black concrete facade plastered with solid-steel support structure to strengthen the power and dynamics of the house. This house is inspired by urban loft box and have all of their flexibility. It’s owned by Belgian Luc architector Binst and become a vast area with 28 private experimental x 9 m of living space. Luc unusual use of geometric, material and color everywhere. For example, the kitchen combined with living room made of marble with lots of neon lights around it so it looks like a blue dot in the house.

Ultra minimalist house by Luc Binst

Luxury holiday homes by Charles Wright

Metal structure with a flowing feel of salt water lap pool, and a wooden deck wraps around the house imagining a sense of being at sea. Double cavity insulated roof and vented separately utilize a venturi effect – getting hot eleiminating from penetrating the roof. The house has indoor and outdoor dining with open kitchen and gas BBQ relative. The living room has a widescreen LCD TV / DVD / CD, cable TV, WiFi and surround sound entertainment system. It is a large retreat house near the beach to spend the holidays. The (b) the right House is a four-bedroom contemporary house designed by Charles Wright just a few minutes from the beach in cosmopolitan Port Douglas. It has eco-friendly design with a domed ceiling and the presence of water from every corner of the house. To cool the tropical air, the house has one store and wrapped by water. Structure is an innovative combination of concrete, steel and un-conventional cores filled with clay bricks.

Luxury holiday homes by Charles Wright

Country house design with awesome nature

This house is very isolated and thermally stable because of massive concrete walls, stone floors and balanced fenestration. geothermal water is used to heat the floor and radiators as well as for all domestic use. Electricity use is minimized with a small design and requirements are sourced from the source of hydropower and geothermal. External tufted house rises from the site as a series of steep cedar and concrete walls that will weather according to the vagaries of the elements. Displaced native grass is reinstated on the roof and surrounding grasslands are cut and folded in the Earthworks of peat and rock which opens the way to the entrance and terrace. Some internal walls of concrete raw or painted and the ceiling, doors and other carpentry dominated oiled sawn oak with steel details; rural counterbalanced by a palette of fine painted aircraft.

Country house design with awesome nature

Minimalist Home Interior Architects 2011

The interior is minimalist. lines clear and milky white color makes the job even though the wall has no traditional form. They have a triangular shape it only adds a touch remarkable for the overall impression of the interior. minimalist interior does not look like other minimalist interior style are rare today. flat plane is made of steel and wood line, and the anchor is the volume of concrete. Flat and the anchor is connected with a very narrow corridor in the basement. The site is located 10 minutes or less by foot from the nearest station in the town of Toride, Ibaraki.  Before the building does not have a flat surface so that the architect’s mission is to build a house on the cliffs.

Minimalist Home Interior Architects 2011


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