Instead of excavating the plot to do away with this gradient architects from Hilberink Bosch used this unique feature to give the lavish residence an air of exclusivity! Surrounded by a dense forest the home benefits from plenty of natural cover that provides the residents with ample privacy.
The modern trend of letting the contours of a plot define and shape the overall silhouette of a residence and its floor plan is resulting in the creation of some amazing homes indeed. Located in Netherlands the is nestled on a plot that has a height difference of six meters from one end to the other.
Hotelier wanted a unique home that captured the historic past of his little Italian hometown with chic contemporary style. This was accomplished by transforming a 200-year-old factory in Spello east central Umbria into a trendy home that has an inimitable style of its own.
The high walls of the church are obviously perfect for the 25000 books in the bookstore and the spectacular interiors can get intimidating at times. A crucifix-shaped table in the café and awesome lighting complete this splendid makeover.
The use of texture to create cozy rooms has become a popular trend lately and a lovely blend of modern and rustic cabin styles gets this job done in the living area and the bedroom. Large glass windows with steel frames make up the grand glass pavilion that creates a fascinating indoor-outdoor interplay. The extensive use of wood and two concrete panel chimneys bring in additional textural contrast.