Sunday, December 18th 2016, 08:53:51 AM Published at Amanda Holguin, House on Hill with Private Pool and Concrete Expose Home Design. There is a house on hill in Comporta, Portugal. The building is located beside a farm field and only need five minutes walking to the famous Pego Beach which has clear waters, beautiful sand, and also the easy access to reach this beach. This house is designed with three bedrooms and three bathrooms for six people with only one level floor. From the floor plans, it mostly surrounded by wooden patio even it has a patio with garden in the middle of the dwelling.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, January 04th 2017, 10:11:57 AM. Entering the interior, the modern design appears within the house depot. Still in synchronize idea of using the woods, the wooden flooring and ceiling are used for making the warm nuance within the interior. The furniture can be combined by using the wooden furniture and modern furniture such as sofas and chairs. The colorful furniture reveals the modern design within the house depot. By collaborating with the wooden furniture, the modern can be designed side by side with the natural theme. The use of the simple pendant lights are aimed for reducing the energy consumption. The natural lighting is gotten from the glazed windows that continue the natural light from the outside.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Thursday, December 29th 2016, 09:54:03 AM. House with modern stone wall becomes favorites in some of architectural project. The stone construction is special and standing out among the other material. Now, we will have a house that can inspire you in making the stone interior. This house was built by Pitsou Kedem Architects in Tel Aviv, Israel. The name of the house project is the Tel Aviv Town House 4. Let’s make you certain about the use of this kind of decoration. Here we go!
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, December 27th 2016, 09:33:18 AM. The shape of rectangular house is applied in many of today’s house designs. The rectangular shape has been popular since a long time ago. That shape can be wide or narrow according to the consumer’s preferences. There is a home in La Molina District, Lima, Peru, that used this geometry shape. The house was created by Oscar Gonzalez Moix. The name of the house project is the La Planicie House II.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Monday, December 26th 2016, 09:20:14 AM. At night, this house looks tranquil. Some lamps are installed at the ceiling, and some others are installed at the ground. The front yard of the house is designed with concrete terrace. Near this terrace, there is wooden wall beside the white wall. The glass door is built at the center of the front wall. This modern home terrace design concept still has a space that can be used to make a beautiful garden.
Apartment Amanda Holguin, Saturday, December 24th 2016, 09:46:52 AM. That wall style is applied at some rooms only, whereas another room is decorated in white color paint. Moreover, the floor with black color fills the entire apartment rooms. The living room has white wall that dominated by the white furniture too, just some of the furniture are in brown color. In this living room, we can see the two white sofas at the center of the room. Bookshelf and cabinet are placed also at the side of the living room.
Apartment Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, December 20th 2016, 09:26:40 AM. The living area connected to the bedrooms by a short hallway. The main bedroom that also connected to the terrace mainly uses white decoration as the wall, leather bed headboard, until the chair and the bedcover. Its knitted white blanket looks calm combined with plain caramel and cream patterned curtains, but it looks different in the kid’s room that has more colorful and cheerful nuance. With the same white tone of Scandinavian apartment interior design, the bathroom uses all white furniture with accents of black shelf and unframed mirrors.
Living Amanda Holguin, Monday, December 19th 2016, 09:11:08 AM. Three main directions were identified during the research process: “The first was for the new house to be modern, minimal and sustainable: focus on the experience with volume, light, and interactions more than square footage. Second was to emphasize the interaction of the house with the site and hillside: draw from the owner’s rural background and her unconventional, creative interpretations. The third was direction was super-efficiency”.
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