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Modern Eco Friendly House by Designs Northwest Architects

February 16, 2012 By: Momoy Category: Architecture

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On an 11 Acre site in Cascade foothills (between Arlington and Sedro Woolly), Thomas Eco-House is located. Specifically, it is located in the crown of a hill nearby forestry area. From inside the house, you can see the surrounding forested hills and Mount Rainier as well as the South area of Everett city.

Four stories tall, this house has a bigger amount of living area while harmoniously upholding a fairly small footprint. It also presents you a more wonderful view from the site. The site is redesigned with natural plants. Those plants are watered in dry summer moths with some rainwater which is stored in a container.

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Modern Hospital Building Design by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

January 04, 2012 By: Momoy Category: Architecture

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The first impression you get after having a brief glance at this building is absolutely surprising. You never imagine that the building is a section in one hospital, what a breakthrough of an old image of hospital. Previously, a hospital seems to be frightening; however, this health center comprises the refurbishment of facilities. Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has a very creative idea to reform the image of a health center. It must be comfortable and relaxing now regarding to the condition of pregnant mother. Circulating corridor, colorful walls, high windows allowing the sky light would become the enjoyment for the patients as well as health practitioners, Design by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

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Trapezoid Concrete House Design by Rajiv Saini + Associates

December 15, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Architecture

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This house is regarded as jaw-dropping residential site due to its magnificent architectural features and beautiful arrangement of room landscapes. Rajiv Saini+Associates embody successfully their vision in a single-storey residence with scooping roof cantilevers over the entrance in Northern India. The strong masonry walls, slatted columns and brick floors are some features this house possesses that add up the comfort. After strolling along its outside scenery, come inside where you’ll find another interesting element, that is, the neatness of interior design.

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Simple Minimalist Japanese Home Design by Kochi Architect’s Studio

October 11, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Architecture

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Kochi architect’s studio has given a unique name for a two-storey dwelling that it has built. 47% is derived from the total area used for interior floor area which co-exists with exterior spaces. From the outside, this building looks like a simple box with plain wall-paint, however, the interior speaks the contrary since it is large and sophisticated enough. The simplicity increases the rustic beauty of the house with stairs that ensure the agile movement of the dwellers in accomplishing their daily activity. The house also has spacious room with some glasses as the wall from which the dwellers see the outside scenery and it also enables the sunlight to penetrate the room to give abundant light. While at night the gleaming beam infuses the romantic nuances. Undeniably, this becomes the enjoyable home to live in.

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Unique Tomb Building Designed by Clavel Arquitectos

October 11, 2011 By: Momoy Category: Architecture

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The first impression of this building does not show that it is a tomb, due to its elegant architectural features that is completely far away from the image of frightening. With its antiquity unfoldable boards and zigzag façade, the tomb seems so outstanding due to the strong building. Upon entering the tomb, the sense of tranquility has embedded in every angle because the architect has infused the philosophical idea that tomb is the bridge between the factual world and after world, thus, the doors have no lock, instead, they merge together in the walls. Further, the façade also has secret in revealing its door which adds the sense of mystery of the building. Design by Clavel Arquitectos

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