Posts Tagged ‘city view house’

Roof Top Panorama: Stunning house has magnificent views of the San Gabriel Mountains

Roof Top Panorama: Stunning house has magnificent views of the San Gabriel Mountains

10 February, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Most houses in this day and age have parking facilities on the ground floor of the building, but this construction utilises the space on the roof terrace by converting it into a perfect miniature parking lot for the resident’s cars. The roof has absolutely startling views of the San Gabriel Mountains in the North East of Los Angeles and is located on the side of an earthy hilltop. Read more


Panoramic Pictures: Modern three-storey house with a panoramic view of San Francisco

Panoramic Pictures: Modern three-storey house with a panoramic view of San Francisco

28 January, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This stunning three storey house is located in San Francisco, California, USA and was designed by a local architectural company called Upscale Construction. The house is sat on a plot far above the level of the city which gives the house a tremendous panoramic view of the hustle and bustle of life in San Francisco. The exterior has gorgeous black facades, with white trimmed whites and a protruding roof. Read more


Modern Meets Wooden: Large modern house with inside balcony space and  opulent interior

Modern Meets Wooden: Large modern house with inside balcony space and opulent interior

27 December, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This construction is absolutely magnificent. This large house has panoramic views of the city and stands proud with this wooden exterior and tree trunk supports. Large glass windows allow light to enter into the property from a variety of angles and allows the view of beautifully green woodland to enter in. Inside, the ceilings of the property have been constructed using wooden slats and the balcony in the eaves of the building hangs over the dining area, creating a large amount of space. Read more


House with Character: Quirky modern house built with natural materials

House with Character: Quirky modern house built with natural materials

16 December, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Feast your eyes on the very unusual, yet unique construction designed by Dutch company Min2. Its unique shape makes it stand out against the natural landscape and large windows emit a warming glow onto its surroundings. Located in Bergen, North Holland this house is a small yet functional space, that utilises natural materials and substances to help create an abode that is beautifully matched to its surroundings. Read more


A View to Die For : Hillside house built for the landscape of San Salvador

A View to Die For : Hillside house built for the landscape of San Salvador

15 December, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This immense construction looks out onto rolling hills and wild shrubbery and was built on a hillside in San Salvador. The main rooms of the house are in fact oriented to help maximise the view of wildlife, mountains and the Pacific Ocean for the environmentally conscious owners. Read more


Intricately Laid Out Penthouse in Mexico

Intricately Laid Out Penthouse in Mexico

1 December, 2013  |  Apartment Interior  |  No Comments

An accent wall covered with live foliage and triple paned glass windows that cover an entire wall set the stage in this luxury Mexican penthouse. Rustic qualities are quickly identified in the wood walls and indoor plants. A wood carved horse figure stands atop a table, just a few feet from antlers displayed on the far wall. A large projection screen displays life sized images on the wall going up the staircase. Read more


Sleek Multi-Level Croatian Home with Unique Pool

Sleek Multi-Level Croatian Home with Unique Pool

29 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

white concrete houses an adult family unit who desired separating living quarters for the parents and siblings. A small decorative veranda flanked by wood open ceiling beams connects the separate living structures, which is an interesting touch. Architectural company 3LHD Architects came up with the home’s interior designs and structural concepts. On the lower level of one of the housing structures, off white furniture, a dramatic floor lamp and floor length drapes shape the interior. Read more


Refreshing Open Apartment Based on Green Living

Refreshing Open Apartment Based on Green Living

27 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Not only is this Melbourne based apartment physically green in appearance, it also supports eco-friendly living. An open balcony features a small dining area and grill that sits directly next to a plot of grass. Exposed brick walls appear outside and in. Created by Splinter Society Architecture, visitors are immediately taken in by each one of this apartment’s delightful details. Read more


Abstract Luxury Home in Mexico

Abstract Luxury Home in Mexico

26 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Created by SO Studio, the home itself takes on a convex shape as well as an endless assortment of unique details. Featuring thick metal support beams, glass exterior walls, bent wood panels, and a single circular window, the exterior demands authority and attention. Inside, fluorescent lights dance energetically, illuminating the futuristically themed bar and other furniture. Read more


Japanese Bomb Shelter Styled Home Holds Historical Significance

Japanese Bomb Shelter Styled Home Holds Historical Significance

23 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

It goes without saying that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki had a huge significance on Japan and the world over. Keisuke Kawaguchi + K2 Design were commissioned to build and design a home near one of the famed bomb sights in order to provide shelter for a Japanese couple. Some areas of the house are totally utilitarian while others feature more creative designs. A winding, circular staircase takes visitors up and down each floor. Read more