A Monolithic Argentinian House Set In Stone And Concrete [Video]

A Monolithic Argentinian House Set In Stone And Concrete [Video]

This Argentinian house takes on a linear, monolithic form that dominates a green landscape next to a native forest. Built with walls of cold concrete, the large house presents a hard, brutalist exterior that can be seen from afar. As onlookers draw nearer, intermittent walls of rustic stone interrupt the smooth expanses of grey render, bringing texture and depth into rectangular cutaways. Created by architects at Patio Estudio, the house design is both separated and connected by patio areas that expand the volume of the home. The patio elements create an interior-exterior link and work as an integral part of the floor layout, complementing the main functions of the home.

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An Indonesian House That Gets Light To Play With Stone And Concrete [Video]

An Indonesian House That Gets Light To Play With Stone And Concrete [Video]

As the future home of a designer couple, this project came into the hands of TIES architects with some very specific homeowner requirements. The couple wanted to integrate their daily working environment as a fundamental piece of the puzzle, where it would merge with the regular routine at home. Because of this desire for a strong work and home life link, the 375 square metre house was constructed upon two leading functions. The essential home office is located down on the first, semi-basement floor, with a welcoming residential area situated upon the level above. It’s here that a towering window wraps a pitched, double-height room, and a breathtaking breeze block wall brings stunning sunlit pattern.

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Single-Story Modern Rustic Home In India

Single-Story Modern Rustic Home In India

Dhrangadhra yellow stone and exposed concrete build this wonderful single-story modern rustic home in Gujarat, Ahmedabad, India. Designed by Snehal Suthar and Bhadri Suthar of tHE gRID Architects, the 1100 square foot home is a single-story dwelling that was created as an intimate, modest weekend getaway. The cosy interior design marks a relationship between manmade and natural materials, featuring beautiful reclaimed wood, jute and rope, mild steel, and entire walls of clear glass. A tonal limestone floor created with Kotah slabs smooths easily onto a paved terrace. These earthy, local materials plus local workmanship meant that the build of the home had a reduced carbon footprint, which was significant to the owner.

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A Modern House On A Slope In Spain [Video]

A Modern House On A Slope In Spain [Video]

A restful serenity washes over this luxury modern house design, which is skillfully constructed upon a sloping plot in Andratx, Mallorca, Spain. Created by Osvaldo Luppi Architects, the impressive 985 square metre home features a series of overlapping planes that navigate the topography of the rocky Mediterranean hillside. The winged floor plan is designed to focus open the blissful Mediterranean Sea views, and to hug a large pool terrace that flows directly into the lower projection. Rough white concrete bands contrast with warm wood cladding across the face of the building, accentuating the split platforms and freshly differentiating the contemporary construction from the open terrain.

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Free-flowing Family Home Design With Floor Plan

Free-flowing Family Home Design With Floor Plan

A free-flowing layout creates a connected sense of family in this 112 square metre apartment project in the south of Moscow, Russia. Designed by Julia Khabarova, for a young couple with a child, the home was created to include an autonomous master block that avoids the inclusion of dead ends around the main living spaces. A central “cube” forces new scenarios of movement around the apartment in answer to an immovable riser. The material palette of slatted oak veneer, suede upholstery, cool concrete and reflective metals create an earthy aesthetic, alongside tonal shades of grey and warm umber accents. The full floor plan is included at the end of the tour.

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