A New outdoor living area and kitchen house under a light wood and steel structure. The wood and steel shade offers protection from the harsh desert sun even as a small gap between the two brings in a healthy dose of natural light.
One wing of the house consists of the garage storage room and game room while the other contains the living area kitchen dining area and the master bedroom. The kids’ bedrooms are housed separately from the main bedroom section even while sweeping interiors bring in ample natural ventilation throughout the gorgeous home.
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.
Move beyond this and one finds a series of corridors outside in wood that add to the setting and extend it elegantly. With a stoic and minimal exterior the residence appears contemporary from the outside. Step in and all that wood gives away to a white and cheerful double-height area that also houses the dining space and kitchen.
There are many things that inspire the design of a house. These often range from the view on offer outside vernacular design and historical context to choice of the homeowner and their many passions in life.
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.
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.
Designed by minimalDEsign the spacious house sits inside the confines of the Wielkopolski National Park and this dictates its eco-sensitive silhouette. A series of trees next to the lake that is not too far away from the house also define its floor plan with the L-shape design creating a private and serene refuge that the homeowners can enjoy.