But the by Studio B Architecture + Interiors in Boulder Colorado takes an entirely different approach as iconic art work from modern masters of minimalism like Frank Stella is the inspiration behind its dark and dashing exterior.
The balance between different structures is spot on with each bring its own uniqueness to the harmonious space. Natural light evenly illuminates the three different individual units that make up the house and the h-shaped overall plan allows for smart transitional zones and covered walkways outside.
Designed by modus studio the residence borrows from the design of the classic dogtrot house and gives it a contemporary makeover. Overlooking the lovely landscape of the lush green Dogwood Canyon the charming house consists of two different sections that are connected by a large bridge structure draped in redwood.
The smart and tiny cabin keeps things simple uncomplicated and yet comfortable even as its woodsy design allows it to blend in with the backdrop. You can alter the finish and the material to fit various environments and terrains and each CABN can be fine-tuned to custom needs.
There is always a new world to explore between the old and the new. By blending in elements of two contrasting worlds the in northwest Fayetteville creates a fabulous new structure that is draped in wood and features an outdoor sitting zone that is brilliant and relaxing.
In a neighborhood filled with tree and old ornate houses the feels like a breath of fresh air. Designed by TWS & Partners this contemporary residence has been crafted using largely wood and concrete while sweeping glass windows and sliding glass walls connect it with the outdoors.
Surrounded by an oasis of greenery and a dashing backyard pool it is this outdoor hangout that becomes the new highlight of the residence. Designed by Rob Paulus Architects the Canopy House uses Douglas fir wood both on the inside and outside to create a visual link between the two spaces.
Smart lighting under the wooden bridge adds to the covered sitting area outside while the opening also creates visual connectivity between the rear and front sections of the home.