Posts Tagged ‘holiday house’
This extraordinary project of Sustainable Winter Loft was created by Brazilian Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados. The total area is 207 square meters and the house outside and inside was made from recycled wood. This residence is not meant for permanent living it is only a place for rest, the winter loft, where you can have a great time. The open plan includes a lounge, a kitchen, a bar and a video room, combined into a single space. The house to some extent resembles a lounge-bar. Highly efficient, energy saving and modern LED lighting system used for the building. The outdoor area features a huge terrace with the endless pool, framed by the fireplace. On the roof you can see lots of plants that hang down, stretching along the terrace and then to the bar.
I guess all of you dream about the place which can become a shelter from the everyday routine. The architects from Stapleton Elliot Design Group have presented their new holiday house called Dixon house in Martinborough, New Zealand. It is perfect for spending weekends in the family circle or with the friends. The design is a modern interpretation of the Kiwi batch based upon the creation of simple building forms to articulate an uncluttered lifestyle. Modern Dixon house is located in an area of 5000 sq m, and a green background with views of the golf course. The plan is articulated into three pavilions positioned around an enclosed and sheltered courtyard. Each pavilion contains master bedroom and the space for guests. The design of the house allows inhabitants to enjoy surrounding views and catch morning and evening sunset light making the house very airy and light inside.
Designed by the Clinton Murray Architects very unusual beach house was built just in several meters from the ocean, at an Australian beach. Gunyah Residence is like a man who sits on the beach, lowering his feet into the ocean. House was built on a sloping site, well protected from strong winds and storms by surrounding rocks. The main materials in the construction of house were wood and concrete. While concrete provides the reliability, the wood makes the house more cozy and comfortable for a pleasant holiday. Of course, the house has several open areas for spending time outdoors. So this is a great place to enjoy the beauty of nature and just relax.