Two Barns Home with a Pitched Roof in Poland by RSPlus

RSPlus designed a residence with the iconic “two walls and a pitched roof” symbol of a home in Poland. Description by RSPlus: Zoning plans based on the analysis of the urban area imposed roof geometry and the maximum height of the building. The rectangular shape of the plot and its orientation towards the south-west suggested preferred location of the building. Requirements of investors was that the house have to be [...]

 

Bio Climatic Smart RD House in Dominican Republic by Vasho

Chilean architectural firm Vasho designed the grass-roofed RD House located in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. Description by VASHO: “The programmatic challenge: design a house that allows 18 people to fit comfortably within 500mt2 (including terraces). Open spaces, characteristic of the local architecture. All of the bedrooms have their own bathroom, study and/or library and living room-dining room-kitchen all in one space. The house will be a second home to use intermittently [...]

 

South Durras House with a Uniquely Striking Roof by Fearns Studio

Australia-based Fearns Studio has designed a home in South Durras with a unique twist. Well, the roof probably says it all. Description by Fearns Studio: This renovation of an 80’s beach house comprises modifications to existing interiors and a new studio extending into the rear yard. A single , oversized sliding door defines a modified living space – expanding lounge areas and allowing new views of surrounding bushland when open [...]

 

Classy Barossa House in Australia by Max Pritchard Architect

The Barossa House was designed by Architect Max Pritchard with a very striking yellow steel roofing. It is located in the Barossa Valley, Australia that offers panoramic views over the famous South Australian Wine Region. Description: The house follows the slope of the land with five level changes along its length, a continuous timber ramp links the different levels. Tapered eaves and earth berming around the eastern and southern walls accentuate [...]

 

Prickly Pear is in the Roof

Would you like to try having prickly pears on your roof? They look pretty amazing aren’t they?   [via stevemartino.blogspot.fr]