- Modern house with a lot of exposed concrete – not so attractive, but very cool
- Kitchen in high gloss finish
- Modern shelves in exposure to private wood in the living room wall
- Upper bed for extra storage space
- Poly rattan garden furniture – endless design possibilities
- Easter paper crafts – 22 ideas with fun animal silhouettes.
- Crystal chandelier and wooden doors with mirror network
- screenshot of the background forest and deer decorative
- Four-poster bed and wallpaper patterned in the hall of romantic youth
- Three-arm floor lamp in the living room
Hang Haus am impressed by the breadth and space Grosszügigkeit
On a plot of 320 m2, located on a gentle slope in Queenstown, New Zealand is a residential building extends an open living concept. Modern house on a slope allows a spectacular view of the lake and mountains. Created in 2015 by the architectural firm, without Kerr Ritchie facade ornaments of dark wood cedar Dublin Street House adds quietly into the environment.
House shed on a hill with decking protected
Dublin Street House is an exceptional architectural jewel in the region. The owner ordered building owners to design a contemporary open house, which differs from the traditional houses of brick and plaster. He wanted a Großzügiges and comfortable, just a huge impact from the outside, and at the same time guarantees the confidentiality required inside.
Modern house built on a slope
The corner house on a hill fascinated by its impressive spatial simplicity and smooth transitions between interior and exterior. The ground floor opens onto the wooden deck on the floor elements frameless glass ceiling. Texture of stone or wood much in the foreground.
Dark wood cedar siding, elongated parallelogram
The house on the slope meets the will of the owner for simplicity. The use of natural materials with natural finishes - Levels of seats, hob, stairs make the minimalist design and a warm atmosphere. Thanks to their fine quality and aesthetics, the materials are sturdy and timeless. The interiors exude clarity, ease and comfort.
Dublin Street House by Kerr Ritchie
The interiors of the houses are surprisingly warm colors and minimalist. Wall cedar siding clothes preserve visually urges restraint not follow. Few objects in space as Eyecather. The indirect lighting and the islands of light help to create a pleasant atmosphere. Rugs and red accessories posed by their color in the map. Walls of glass are all more spacious. The decor is characterized by a geometric design and simple, and fits seamlessly into the overall concept.
Terrace house has a simple and elegant interior
House located in a shed for the height
The front glass intensifies the connection between the interior and the exterior
Allows downslope of view of nature atemberaurende
Privacy guaranteed by sliding doors to small footprint
House on a hill with elegant furnishings
Island kitchen is the center
House mezzanine library
Room with panels of cedar
Double high ceiling in the living room
Photo of Paul McCredie