The transition between the traditional stone wall structure on the lower level and the contemporary wooden and glass edifice seems both intriguing and appealing giving the home an exceptional identity of its own.
Building an unabashedly contemporary home in a neighborhood filled with classic Edwardian homes can be a challenging task indeed. But the creative folks from b. e. architecture took up this challenge and delivered a stunning private residence that combines sleek minimalism with a restrained color palette and textural contrast
If there is one thing that winter reminds us of each year it is the value of a home with proper insulation. Nestled in a lovely little neighborhood of Spain is a private residence that was originally built in 1984
Private spaces are housed on the second floor while the top level features the terrace and the sundeck. Even though this is a shipping container home it seems to match any other house both in terms of comfort and spaciousness
It is the middle floor that houses the two bedrooms and bathrooms along with a lovely entry. The prefabricated cabin wastes as little as possible both in terms of time and materials while matching most other mountain getaways in terms of comfort and aesthetics.
White is the dominant color in the living area with the smart use of gray and a hint of black providing the necessary visual contrast. Designed by the creative folk from Canny the extensive use of glossy surfaces clean straight lines and decor in cool neutral shades ensures that the gorgeous residence has a sophisticated and understated appeal
Offering creative and aesthetic solutions to those on the lookout for affordable housing modern tiny homes have captured the imagination of design aficionados across the globe. The art of building tiny homes is all about bringing together form and functionality in an ingenious fashion that makes the most out of the available resources