- Sliding door in modern room with exposed beams
- Open house
- Simple natural in the bedroom
- Fast terrarium instructions – put on a mini garden!
- Herbstdeko tinker with pressed leaves and colorful colored foliage
- Bamboo Furniture and versatile sustainability
- Hallway design with antique furniture
- Design trends from the Milan Furniture Fair – innovative acrylic chair
- Large corner sofa in gray
- Chaise longue in black with fur hat gray
House built on a hillside under a canopy of shade trees
This modern house, located in a densely populated area of Blackpool, on Waiheke Island, New Zealand has a monolithic and geometrically clear. The purpose of Glamuzina Paterson Architects project was to build a beautiful house on a hill in Baumkronnen thicker than cuddling near the natural contours of the land.
Idyllic house on the slope
The house is on a hill and adapts to terrain elevation on. When it was built mainly in metal and wood were used. Window systems black aluminum metal siding and are available for a contemporary look. The entrance is shaded by trees and faces the steep hill. entrance porch leads to a winding path. Two wooden bridges follow the contour lines are separated by steps.
Modern house on the hill with metal facades
The house with floor hinausragendem is partially embedded in the back of the line behind the slope of course - the south wall is a protective structure, and helps to anchor the new building. This gives the impression that Blackpool house and its surroundings are in an intense relationship.
With open entry to the house porch
The use of glass favors including communication between the inside and outside - hence creating a sense of visual lightness is given despite the huge external metal finish. The lounge is spacious in design and generous. Double High ceilings enhance the feeling of openness, but the house also offers enough privacy.
Welcoming the entry
The house was built on a slope Glamuzina Paterson Architects on a tight budget. The walls, floors and ceilings are covered with recycled wood Totara.
Built contemporary house on a hill
The dining room and kitchen are located on the lower level and open through a large sliding glass window to the landscape. Upstairs is the master bedroom with bathroom. Also available in vertical mezzanine library and a comfortable seating area to do so.
Living room with double height ceiling
The interior design cleverly combines modern minimalism with a traditionalem decor and the result is a home practice, very warm and comfortable, the explicit swaying between architecture and topography. Blackpool House has total floor area of 81 square meters.
The house creates a smooth transition to the natural environment
House Blackpool views