This amazing residence was built by Maziar Behrooz Architecture for a small family of two and their two big dogs. Its located in East Hampton, NY, near the local airport and train track. The architects considered this fact and accentuated it in house\\\’s exterior by making it look like an airplane hangar. Such structure does not only look extraordinary, but is also very cost-effective because it doesnt require too many supporting walls or columns inside of the building. The arc contains just some of the facilities, such as living, dining rooms and the kitchen, whereas the rest of the house is very well integrated to the landscape, housing some of the more intimate areas.
The materials for the house were selected with energy saving in mind, making the power consuption of this house much lower than of the typical house of this size.
Robert Harvey Oshatz is probably one of those architects who deserves a separate category on every design blog. His style is easily recognizable and described by himself as organic architecture and green sustainable architecture. This is his last project after the Tree House and this time it’s a floating house located on the picturesque riverside. The huge glass wall faces the river and frames the sunset, making the house a very romantic place. Wooden interior with curvilinear ceiling and walls contributes to the overall experience of warmth and coziness. This house is guaranteed to make it’s inhabitants happy and enjoy their time there.
Only the authors of the projects can explain why their buildings are turned upside down. the tiny village of Szymbark adorns one of these upside down houses, by the way, you see it on the main photo. This creative project was completed by a Polish businessman and philanthropist named Daniel Czapiewski in 2007. Typically, his company builds houses in three weeks, but this project took 114 days because the workers were slightly confused by the structural design. Why was it necessary to put the house upside down? Daniel asserts that it is his view on the current state of the world. I can hardly argue with him. But Czapiewski was not the first. Wonderworks Upside Down Building in Florida was opened in 1998. There are also upside down in California, South Korea, café in Japan and so on.
There are lots of unusual things in the world. The Stone House is located in the north of Portugal, whose architecture inspired by the Flintstones family home of the famous American cartoon. The whole point is that the house was built between two giant stones on the hillside of Fafe mountains, that create a unique prehistoric effect. The house has some traditional components such as front door, roof, bullet proof windows. It was built in 1973 and now Stone House attracts a large number of tourists. Who wouldn’t want to sleep in the middle of nature and yet still have all the latest technology and living conditions?