By Lisette Chantal. Architecture. Publised at Thursday, November 02nd 2017, 04:49:24 AM. This house is composed of two separate buildings towering above the upper platform. The bigger building is for public spaces. This part of the house is cantilevered and it overhangs the ground floor. Here you can see the children’s and master’s bedrooms. The lower half of the house is almost completely integrated into the landscape.
By Adeline Estelle. Interior Design. Published at Thursday, October 19th 2017, 00:20:27 AM. But how about a black staircase? Nope, it won’t look dull or too dark in your home. As a matter of fact, it will give your interior a surprising boost.
By Mailys Yannick. Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, October 18th 2017, 23:35:06 PM. This is an eco-friendly choice which come in a variety of sustainable materials, including concrete, glass, paper, composite and plastic. Usually a mix of pre- and post-consumer products, recycled countertops are available in a wide range of colors and textures.
By Francine Orianne. Interior Design. Published at Monday, October 16th 2017, 23:29:12 PM. But how about a black staircase? Nope, it won’t look dull or too dark in your home. As a matter of fact, it will give your interior a surprising boost.
By Claire Armelle. Architecture. Published at Sunday, October 15th 2017, 23:17:37 PM. The house features a stone walkway that brings guests to the front of the home where one can enter through the front door or the sliding patio doors. The patio can be enclosed by glass doors but for extra security, wood brise-soleils covers slide over the glass doors.
By Lisette Chantal. Architecture. Published at Saturday, October 14th 2017, 22:44:58 PM. The incredible volume of this house stands out in the middle of this charming landscape. The spacious area that surrounded the house are enough to let the client take the full advantage of the exterior. Lines and texture are obviously seen in the exterior and the walls of this house.
By Mailys Yannick. Architecture. Published at Friday, October 13th 2017, 22:40:49 PM. The house features a series of wooden sun-cracks which allow a moving facade. One of its purposes is to protect the inhabitants from the intense equatorial sun and to keep the house closed during the three months of the year when it remains uninhabited.
By Caroline Arielle. Interior Design. Published at Thursday, October 12th 2017, 22:30:35 PM. The interior uses colors that aren’t so flashing but it doesn’t look boring at all. Using glass for the staircase railings added appeal to the area and made it look more spacious.
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