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On this site, a small hill split-level, there is a difference of nine feet (about a short story residential standards) between one side and the other – but concerns about the retaining wall leading architect of the mid-site to avoid building directly on the upper half, instead of voting for remarkable structural solution to cantilever more general community space of the house plan. Usually hangs out past the deck of a house and on the terrace or open space below – not vice versa. In a strange house planning, roles are reversed and what looks like a large steel beam (though is a reality lofted living room) sits above it all, impossible to be stopped and overshadowing a lot of gravel bottom.

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Small Wood House with Roof

This project was completed in February 2010 and became such a great experience for students as for locals who helped in the construction. important principles such as bracing, saving material and prevention of learning humidity may cause a tradition of building a more sustainable future. This project gets its name because the design of a flip-up roof that allows natural ventilation is effective at collecting rain water for reuse. All the houses prefabricated and assembled on site, using the bolts to ensure reasonable precision and strength. TYIN Tegnestue is a group of students who designed the project architect Ker Soe Tie ornamental in Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand. Name translation project is “Butterfly’s house.” This project includes 6 small prefabricated house made of iron wood (tropical wood). The houses provide accommodation for 50 local children.

Small Wood House with Roof

Small Greenhouses Water villa

Almost all the walls are floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views over the water. That’s not the only way to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There is an extensive roof terrace and provides even more spectacular views. Thanks to what looked like a house floating on the water. Although below the ground floor there is a full floor where the bedrooms and bathrooms are located. Watervilla Kortenhoef designed by Waterstudio.NL and completed by the end of 2010. ground floor of this small house located very close to the surface of the water.

Small Greenhouses Water villa

Little House on the River Design

Many combinations of transparent windows and interior doors open to the outside to improve the relationship with nature. The house is a small place that is suitable for those who do not like the modern urban lifestyle and want to stay in place enough. Comfortable, functional and aesthetic home comprises two bedrooms, one bathroom, living room and kitchen. The main materials used in construction is reclaimed wood and concrete. It is built in harmony with the natural surroundings as less impact on the environment as possible. This house is nestled into the nine-hectare site in the stream. This relatively small – only 600 square feet, but environmentally friendly enough.

Little House on the River Design


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