Posts Tagged ‘one storey house’

Elegantly Eclectic: One-storey house with mixture of styles, is unique and dynamic

Elegantly Eclectic: One-storey house with mixture of styles, is unique and dynamic

3 May, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This very cute one-storey house looks perfect amongst its street setting, surrounded by a scattering of trees and shrubbery. The new owners of this house really wanted to completely redesign their house, so they could settle down permanently. The team of architects at the company Klopf Architecture designed and changed the layout of the kitchen and living room by removing walls and adding large windows to allow lots of light to enter in. Read more


Handsome on the Hill: Sleek house located on the top of a hill has wonderful views and handsome features

Handsome on the Hill: Sleek house located on the top of a hill has wonderful views and handsome features

24 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Located on a high hill, with absolutely stunning views of the surrounding landscape, this one-storey house has everything. The designers and architects at California-based company Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects, wanted to build a house on this spot to give the owners a perfect view from nearly every angle. Read more


Blending into the Bark: Delightful one-storey house sits wonderfully well with this surroundings

Blending into the Bark: Delightful one-storey house sits wonderfully well with this surroundings

21 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Nestled in the corner of a rustic plot, this one-storey house has charm, elegance and modernism all bundled into the same space. It is located in the hillside of Berkeley, California, USA and has stunning views of the surrounding landscape and countryside. The architects and designers at Koch Architects have tried to minimise the barrier between indoor and outdoor spaces, creating a house that blends beautifully well into its surroundings. Read more


Striking in Slocombe: Amazing home in Australia has amazing views of the countryside and an inviting style

Striking in Slocombe: Amazing home in Australia has amazing views of the countryside and an inviting style

16 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This modern single-storey bungalow was completed in 2006 by the Australian company Mihaly Slocombe, in Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. The front of the house is a large wall of glass panels, which gives the owners a fantastic view of the stunning countryside and also allows a tremendous amount of light into the property. The rear of the house is nearly completely closed off and has a lovely wooded backdrop to really finish it off. Read more


Rewind to Retro: Interior overhaul combines modern and retro styling

Rewind to Retro: Interior overhaul combines modern and retro styling

8 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

The main aim of this project was to completely renovate the interior of this beautiful house, originally built in 1969, and create a open and spacious place for a modern person. The project was completed by Design Platform, who completely reinvented the space to accommodate for a new kitchen, a living room with terrace balcony, bedrooms and a bathroom. Read more


Mixing Past and Present: Renovated one-storey house has a mixture of traditional and modern styling

Mixing Past and Present: Renovated one-storey house has a mixture of traditional and modern styling

7 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This cute bungalow sits in a very beautiful location with nature creeping up around it from every angle. Originally built in the mid 20th Century, this house has had an overhaul and been renovated to its current glory by architects and designers at McIntosh Poris Associates. It has an L-shaped structure, with a pool that sits at the rear of the house. Read more


Modern meets Nature: Small modern building blends into its environment perfectly

Modern meets Nature: Small modern building blends into its environment perfectly

3 April, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This unusual house is located in the midst of woodland giving it a very safe and cosy feeling. This is a very important factor due to the openness of the house itself. With most of the walls being glass, it is very easy to see in and to see out, so the location has helped keep the house slightly more private. Read more


Brightness meets Brilliance: Modern extension is both practical and contemporary in style

Brightness meets Brilliance: Modern extension is both practical and contemporary in style

13 March, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This fantastically bright building is a modern extension to an existing house that was originally built in the 1930′s. Developed by the American company, OKB Architecture, this contemporary addition has an unusual design with its bright green panels, and a lovely little roof-top terrace that can be accessed via the stairs to the side of the building. Read more


Very Verdant: Modern home with eclectic styling is surrounded by a stunning landscape

Very Verdant: Modern home with eclectic styling is surrounded by a stunning landscape

4 March, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This one-storey house is set amongst the most gorgeous vegetation, and has wonderful views of the mountainside and its own stunning gardens. The house was designed by a team of architects from California company, Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects, and has a C-shaped structure that helps to close off the pond and patio areas for more privacy. At the rear of the house there are large floor-to-ceiling windows and large sliding doors that open out into the garden space. Read more


Cute amongst Cedar: Charming house, is both homely and functional despite its small size

Cute amongst Cedar: Charming house, is both homely and functional despite its small size

11 February, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

Situated amongst tall mature fir and cedar trees and just off from the edge of a gradient that slopes towards a lake, this small house, with a total area of 40 square meters is both cute and homely. It was designed by David Vandervolt Architects and is focused around the idea of space saving. The exterior has been made from red slate with wooden inserts and structural beams which help give it a natural and rustic look and feel. Read more