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Organic architecture
 
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A short film on Architect Joseph Allen Stein and his organic style of architecture.
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What is Modernist Architecture? (PECHA-KUCHA PRESENTATION)
 
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What does Modernism look like in today's residential and commercial architecture? - "Pecha-Kucha" style presentation (exactly 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. *Note: This was made as a school project during my sophomore year of high school.
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Japan's Organic Architecture
 
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The sustainable development of green architecture in Japan For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
Architect's Studio Essentials - 10 objects + tools
 
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Here's a peek inside a few of the personal effects and tools I use to run 30X40 each day. This is a sampling of my favorites, there are more of course, I'm interested to hear what makes your 'essentials' list. Sources can be found here: http://thirtybyforty.com/architects-studio-essentials-10-objects-tools/ As presented in the video, they are: 1) Muji A5 dot 2) Pentel's Sign Pen (black + gray) 3) Bienfang 12" x 50 yd trace 4) Froebel blocks 5) Alvin 12"x18" self-healing cutting mat 6) OLFA L-2 + 18MM blades (the L-2 has the rubber handle, which is nice...) 7) C-THRU cork backed, stainless steel ruler (6"/12"/18"/24" lengths) 8) Guitar Strings (D'Addario Extra Heavy - Drop C tuning is my favorite as the gauges are heavier) 9) Gaffer's / Painter's tape 10) Canon pancake lenses - 24MM + 40MM provide great variety. NOTE: these are not zoom lenses, these are fixed focal lengths - that's important! Future video to describe why... What are your favorites? -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Studio Joy Works (Rick Joy's New Book) - My Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZPhhiLaOhg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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7 Architecture Facts pt.33 | Windows, Ranch, Drawings & Louvre
 
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This video is about seven facts of architecture; The Mansard roof is a configuration similar to the Gambrel but it’s four sided. Much like the gambrel, the mansard roof creates a significant amount of usable space on upper floors—the lower section is steeply pitched while the top is shallow; I. M. Pei’s Louvre addition in Paris, France, is innovative because of how different it is aesthetically to the building complex it was added to. Today it still stands as a lasting example of, what architects call, stylistic juxtaposition; In architecture school students present their building project. These presentation drawings typically include the site plan, building plan, Elevations, Sections and perspectives—much like these Paul Rudolph images from a book; The ANZAC War Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney Australia is an example of Art Deco style architecture. It was designed by Bruce Dellit as a winning competition entry in 1929. The building veneer is pink granite; The Ranch is an American architectural residential style that grew out of the 1920’s. The term refers to single story homes that have long low rooflines with relatively simple floor plans. The style is out of fashion but the homes are ubiquitous; In classical architecture the word architrave refers to the beam just above the columns at the lower third of the entablature. On or in a building it can also refer to the trim or casing that surrounds a door or opening; Historically, a single pane window has a frame and muntin bars that hold individual panes of glass. Today’s windows tend to have decorative muntin bars with at least two larger panels of glass plus gas and coatings added for energy efficiency. This is a video series about facts in architecture. The 15 second videos featured in the series are created by Doug and posted every day on his Instagram account @dougpatt. http://www.howtoarchitect.com https://www.instagram.com/dougpatt/
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Sketch Architect Building OPERA and theater || in the style of Zaha hadid
 
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How to develop architectural concept design for a house or bungalow
 
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7 Architecture Facts pt.36 | Human, Building, Castle & Victorian
 
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The Dome of the Rock is a Muslim shrine located in the Old City of Jerusalem built toward the end of the 7th century. The building is one of the oldest examples of Islamic architecture. The dome was originally made of gold, now covered in gold leaf; Buildings are not forever. In 2008 the average lifespan of an office building was seventy-three years. Add five years to that and 78 years old was the average life span of a person living in the United States; Neuschwanstein Castle is located in Southwest Bavaria, Germany. The Romanesque Revival palace was built for a King Ludwig II during the late 19th century. It’s now visited by up to 6000 tourists a day; Windmills come in all shapes and sizes and their sails or blades have been driven by wind over the centuries to grind grains or pump water. Windmills or wind turbines today work essentially the same way but generate electricity instead; The Corinthian column is the namesake of the ancient Greek city of Corinth. The column was the last of the three classical orders to be developed and may have originally been inspired to appear like Acanthus leaves growing from a basket; Like the gargoyle doorknockers were originally meant as a kind of sculpture to ward off spirits. This door hardware became obsolete as a means to indicate ones arrival when the door bell was invented. That doesn’t mean however, they’ve gone away; The term Victorian architecture actually refers to a variety of styles that grew out of the period of Queen Victoria’s rein in Britain. The Architecture is eclectic but leans heavily on a Gothic sensibility—hence the prevalence of sharp vertical elements. This is a video series about facts in architecture. The 15 second videos featured in the series are created by Doug and posted every day on his Instagram account @dougpatt. http://www.howtoarchitect.com https://www.instagram.com/dougpatt/
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Interior Design – This Modern Home Is A Lesson In Minimalist Living
 
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Architect Gillian Green took a pared-back approach when designing this home. See how she transformed a dark and dated space into a modern home with a reduced palette that still feels warm and inviting. Gillian opened up the main floor to create a layout that lets the natural light flood in, brightening the clean-lined interior. Concrete floors provide depth and movement, while white oak wood cabinets further the warmth. The kitchen is storage-heavy with a large island where people can gather. A large piece of limestone with stacked logs acts as art in the living room, while black and steel finishes maintain the sleek aesthetic.
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Lake Calhoun Organic Modern Residence
 
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Headphone Activist - Organic Architecture
 
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Top 10 Architecture Styles
 
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Fallingwater 3D House by Frank Lloyd Wright
 
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Fallingwater House 3D. The house designed by #American architect Frank Lloyd #Wright for Edgar Kaufmann in southwestern #Pennsylvania, hangs over a #waterfall using the architectural device known as the cantilever. Wright described his architectural style as "organic"--in harmony with nature, and though #Fallingwater reveals vocabulary drawn from the International style in certain aspects, this country house exhibits so many features typical of Wright's natural style, the house very much engaged with its surroundings. © Sjon Velzeboer
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An Atmospheric Approach To Modernist Architecture In Mexico
 
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Modernist architecture (also known as International Style) is defined by thin linear forms, exposed metal frames, concrete cladding, and little ornamentation – characteristics often met with hesitation due to the perception that strict functionalism leads to overly minimalistic spaces. But these beautiful homes by José Juan Rivera Río demonstrate a more vibrant side of this iconic architectural genre: organic, atmospheric, and endlessly adaptable. Located in the prestigious Mexico City neighborhood of Lomas de Chapultepec, all three homes reject the monolithic mansions that surround and instead opt for clarity and organic appeal. Thanks to its slim and refined construction, Sierra Fría cuts a sharp profile against the steep cascades of colorful vegetation that surround the property on either side. Nature generously provides the privacy so the architects could fully embrace the glass elements that serve as one of the most important defining features of international style architecture. Volcanic stones pave the walking path and portions of the exterior, enhancing the exterior’s connection with the earth. Over time, natural weathering effects will color the stone and concrete for a more integrated aesthetic.
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Mexican architect Senosiain's organic designs
 
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(15 Sep 2016) Architect Javier Senosiain looks out over his sinuous snake's nest of a building at a deceptively green and tranquil vista on the very edge of Mexico's urban sprawl, and reflects on over thirty years of building his egg- and cocoon-like dwellings. It has been three decades of trying to awaken interest in his worm-like construction techniques, which involve spaying concrete over metal-mesh cylinder forms that include eye-like windows and doors that often feel like birth canals. The ten-apartment complex which, like much in the two-acre (one hectare) compound, looks like a snake. With eyes, in its body. The snake is a reference to Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec "feathered serpent" god of light and knowledge. Snakes are conformed into passageways, bridges, fountains and walls. You have to kind of get used to entering and leaving gigantic snakes' mouths on the property. True to his form, Senosiain is reflecting on his world view while sitting in a hand-like fiberglass floating chair in the middle of a pond that serves as part of the compound's water treatment and rain-water collection system. It's not just a pipe-dream: while the project was privately funded by three investors, and grew largely by chance, happenstance and inspiration, most of the apartments are rented, and people really live here. He has just opened a retrospective exhibition of his work at Mexico's premiere cultural venue, Mexico City's Palace of Fine Arts, and part of that proposal is for pre-fabricated, low-income housing in a shape that can bet be compared to an organic airstream trailer made of masonry or, as he describes it, a peanut. Given the super lightweight of the spray-concrete-over-metal-frame design, the homes can just be picked up and placed on a footing with a crane. He proposes placing about 60 of these 300-square foot homes (they're modular and can be 'grown' into bigger houses) together in an eco-neighborhood, where no house is more than an eight-minute walk from urban services like schools or stores. And, as strange as his plan sounds, his time just may have come. Mexico's big low-income housing builders were hit by a big crisis in 2011 and 2012: some went bankrupt, or came close, after building hundreds of thousands of units of precisely the kind of housing Senosiain didn't like: tiny, square cookie-cutter boxes placed far outside city centers and far from services, jobs and schools. Hundreds of thousands of those houses now sit abandoned, and the government, whose home-lending arm financed many of the homebuyers, now acknowledge the projects were a mistake. His work has now attracted so much intention that he is building a visitors' center and extensive gardens and plans to turn the complex into an educational park for school visits. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/116b8c54c1bca89054cab3adeb993f28 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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13 Most Unusual Houses
 
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From a house shaped like a toilet to an upside down house, these are 13 of the most shocking homes from around the world! Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 8 - House On A Rock – The Drina River in Serbia is where one of the strangest and tiniest houses on our list sits a house perched on a rock. The house is over 40 years old and has weathered the Serbian elements to remain standing. Built in 1969, the house came to be when a group of boys were looking for a place to lay out in the sun and discovered the rock. Realizing it would be a great place to build the structure, the boys constructed the one bedroom house and it’s been there ever since. 7 – Bubble House – Selected to be an historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture even though its not even 40 years old. The house was designed by an organic architect named Antti Lovag and has sprawling views of the Mediterranean Sea. The convex windows and peculiar shape made it truly bizarre. The focal point of the house is the garden at the center that features a waterfall and stream. Exotic vegetation line the garden and the interior is fitted with built in furniture, shelving and cupboards. 6 - upside down house – This Upside Down House looks like a movie set – but it’s not! Located in Poland, the upside down house was created by Daniel Czapiewski – a Polish businessman. The house has become one of the largest tourist attractions in Poland, although tourists have complained of motion sickness and nausea upon entering. The interior of the house is fully furnished and decorated, with everything bolted to the ceiling to keep with its theme. There is a pretty profound message behind the house – Daniel was trying to make a statement about the state of the world, namely the Communist era. The house took longer to build because the workers kept getting disoriented by the upside down design. 5 - Boeing 727 Hotel – Though technically a hotel and not a house, it’s just too cool not to mention. The 1965 Boeing 727 frame used for this hotel was salvaged from San Jose and carefully brought to Costa Rica. The hotel consists of two bedrooms with their own private baths, a kitchenette, dining area, private entrance and ocean view terrace. It’s completed fitted with Costa Rican teak paneling and hand carved teak furniture. From the terrace, the only neighbors visible are the monkeys, toucans and sloths. 4 - Flintstones House – Well, this house may look familiar. TV personality Dick Clark had actually been the one to fight to have this home built. Located in Malibu California, the house is situated on 23 acres and needed to look like a rock formation to blend into the surroundings in order for Dick Clark to get permission to build on the wild site. The home is a one bedroom, two bath, with an interior covered in steel and wood. The huge glass windows offer 360 degree views of the surrounding Santa Monica Mountains. The house was recently sold by Clark’s widow for $1.78 million. 3 - Soccer Ball House – Not only is this soccer ball house located in Japan but it’s also apparently disaster proof. The house has 32 sides and is structurally designed to withstand earthquakes. This house is apparently a hot commodity and is popping up all over Japan, ranging in size from large all the way down to doghouses. The interior consists of one small room with a fireplace in the middle. The neat thing about this home is you can combine several units together to create a number of configurations. 2 - The Keret House – Not only is this structure a house, it’s also an art installation. Designed by the architect Jakub Szczesny in 2012, the Keret House measures just around 3 feet by 5 feet. It consists of two floors and has a kitchen one bedroom, a living area and bathroom. To get from the first floor to the second floor, the residents have to climb a ladder. To enter the house you’d need to use retractable stairs that turn into the living space when closed. Located in Warsaw, the Keret House was built between two buildings and the designer considers it a tribute to his family were killed during World War II. 1 - toilet shaped house – The question isn’t does it exist.. The question is WHY does it exist? And there’s actually a very interesting answer to that question. Built by the late mayor of Suwon South Korea, Sim Jae-Duck the purpose was to bring awareness to clean and working sanitation. He was born in a bathroom and has made it his mission in life to be an advocate for the 2 billion people in this world living without toilets. The house is 4520 square feet of concrete, steel and glass and cost $1.1 million to build. The focal point of the house is an obvious one – it’s a glass walled bathroom in which the walls become opaque when a button is pushed.
Views: 1314482 Wacky Universe
How a Site Can Shape a Home
 
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Good design is the result of strong, simple concepts that give meaning to a home's shape, form and materials. When you look to your site for inspiration, these ideas often arise very naturally. A site is composed of many things: topography, plants, trees, regional and local climate, surrounding structures, water bodies and zoning and code regulations. Each site has very specific solar orientations, views (good and bad) and often a very explicit character. Each one of these areas is an opportunity to generate a meaningful conceptual approach for your home design — a way to devise its shape, layout, form and materials. In this video I discuss the strategies architects use to find design inspiration and derive meaningful architecture from a home's site. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Studio Joy Works (Rick Joy's New Book) - My Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZPhhiLaOhg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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ARCHITECTURE MODERN HOUSE DESIGN (FREEHAND DRAWING)
 
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Please watch: "14X25 BUILDING MODEL | North facing | simple elevation | P1 " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAUPS9uY1HY --~-- ➜ARCHITECTURAL MODERN BUILDING DRAWING #freehand darwing ➜ARCHITECTURAL one point perspective drawing ➜watercolor freehand sketch MATERIALS USED 1: mechanical pencil 2mm thick 4b graphite lead 2:canson montvel 300gsm watercolor paper 3:faber castell artist watercolor pencils 4:sakura water brush large & small 5:water if you have any questions then feel free to ask by commenting below hit like,share with your freinds..and don't forget to subscribe.. ➜subscribe my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-vj... ➜CHECK OUT my second channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe5tVr6U my previews uploaded videos take a look ➜ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE freehand interior design https://youtu.be/6f2ecsgD9Dg ➜ watercolor art* watercolor freehand rendering* watercolor artists https://youtu.be/PQN6Ml__Sik ➜interior design sketches #one point perspective ( time lapse) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1i7uMhY174 ➜ Two point perspective freehand building drawing #2 (time lapse) https://youtu.be/UX0mg0RAQfI ➜two point perspective freehand building drawing https://youtu.be/2xG6VKCG9UE ➜Architecture house design using Archi-cad, time lapse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HSh_w9rrjc ➜Designed by : Abdussami mulla (sam-E) ➜video shoot : (sam-E) ➜video editing : (sam-E) ➜Intro Designer:(sam-E) ➜outro designer:(sam-E) follow me on social media ➜E-mail: [email protected] ➜whatsapp: +91 9886510627 ➜FB.COM https://www.facebook.com/abdussami.mu... ➜FB page: https://www.facebook.com/sam3studio/ ➜instagram: @sam_e_studio ➜pintrest : https://in.pinterest.com/civiltechsami/ WHO I AM??? my name is abdussami mulla and i am an civil engineer, passionate artist,painter, interior designer, and architect, i got few national awards in architectural interior designing,fine art, painting and architectural model making in the year of 2012 to 2016. please support me by subscribing my channel, Thanks for watching ❤ - sam-E studio♛
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Architectural sketch of a facade by hand.
 
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More video about architectural sketches watch on the channel - http://www.youtube.com/georgearchitectdrw/
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Viewer Question: Quitting architecture if I can't find a client. What should I do?
 
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Every new business faces this challenge: how to find a client willing to trust a young professional. This week I'm answering a viewer question from Kristian in the UK who is considering quitting architecture; he has all the requisite skills but no one is hiring his firm. I break down the essentials of marketing and offer a simple methodology for determining where architecture clients are spending their time. Hint: chances are you have one of these devices within arms reach most of the time. Marketing is your only game when you’re establishing your business. If you don’t have projects to work on it’s because your marketing plan isn’t working...yet. Marketing is simply: getting in front of people who are buying and selling them the things you make. Markets are agnostic, they don’t care if you’re the most talented designer in the world, or if you have a family to feed, or if you’re in debt or struggling to keep the lights on, or if you’re about to quit the profession you love if they don’t buy from you. They simply don’t care. Markets care only about one thing: about you solving their problem. Build a product that solves a problem and sell it to the market. If a market isn’t buying your solution, you’re either: not solving an urgent enough problem or you’re not getting in front of your target audience. Kristian also says, “I have a few social media accounts but they haven’t drawn very much attention.” And, to that I would ask, “What are you doing to capture people’s attention?” Are you making cool stuff? Are you sharing things to educate or help others? People don’t just pay attention because you share a link on Facebook, organic reach is way down on all social media platforms, which is why you have to build an audience and cultivate a relationship with them for social media to work. Social is the key to social media, right? I talk about the different ways you can build an audience in volume 2 of Architect + Entrepreneur. I offer a few ideas on how to crack the social media nut to get you started. 1) Prove your expertise; share your knowledge. 2) Do some spec work, design something. 3) Teach someone something. 4) Piggyback on someone else’s social media account more popular than you. 5) Reach out, make connections; offer to help. Simply having a social media account and posting once a week doesn’t solve someone’s problem. That’s not a marketing plan. So what is? Well, to market to someone, first you need to know whom you’re targeting: your target demographic, what do they carry in their pockets, where do they shop, where do they recreate, where do they hang out online and in real life. Next, find five to ten of these people in your target market; in real life, not online. Now, ask each one to open up their smart phone and ask to look at their home screen. This is where their attention is. When we have downtime, what’s the first thing we pick up? Our phones. Like it or not, this device has earned our complete attention. We sleep with them on our bed stands, our phones comfort us when we’re alone, sing to us, connect us to the Internet, and deliver our email; and this is where your opportunity lies. What apps get the best real estate on the home screen? Look at your own phone. What apps are you using most of the time? Marketing and forging social connections is hard work though and I know, everyone wants the easy solution: buy some likes, buy clicks, a magazine ad, a billboard…whatever. If you’re not ready to invest in the hard work that’s fine. Entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. It’s a really fashionable thing to be an entrepreneur right now, to own your own business, to control your time; but the reality is, entrepreneurship isn’t going to be right for everyone. That’s okay too. You might actually be happiest working for someone else. That’s not a failure if it makes you happy is it? I don’t think so. Please share your thoughts and advice for Kristian in the comments. // GEAR I USE // DSLR CAMERA: * Canon 70D: http://amzn.to/29klz7k LENSES: * Canon 24mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29l7ac5 * Canon 40mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29x2QcI AUDIO: * Rode VideoMic Pro (hotshoe mtd.): http://amzn.to/29qlNM3 * ATR-2100 USB (dynamic mic): http://amzn.to/2dFDaKp ARCHITECTURE GEAR: * Prismacolor Markers: http://thirtybyforty.com/markers * Timelapse Camera: http://thirtybyforty.com/brinno * AutoCAD LT: http://amzn.to/2dxjMDH * SketchUp PRO: http://amzn.to/2cRcojz * HP T120 Plotter: http://amzn.to/2dBGf1O * Adobe CC Photography (Photoshop/Lightroom) Plan: http://amzn.to/2dhq5ap STARTUP TOOLKIT: * Architect + Entrepreneur Startup Toolkit: http://thirtybyforty.com/SPL -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Studio Joy Works (Rick Joy's New Book) - My Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZPhhiLaOhg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Futuristic Buildings ( architecture )
 
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Simple Clean Lines Minimalist Modern House Design with Balanced Proportion In Size and Shape
 
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This house is known as Lambhvella Home. It is a private residence designed by Dipen Gada & Associates. It is located in India. The design response of Lambhvella home to the site is bold and minimalist. The dense plantation of mango, palm & coconut trees pioneered the placement of the house. Dipen Gada’s love for nature gave the design venture, a platform which overlooks the entire green premises. Simple clean lines with contemporary style define the architecture of this design. This style prevails throughout the design of its interiors, décor, furniture as well as landscape. A right pinch of traditional sensibility is added to this contemporary flavor of the space, which in process attempts to redefine the meaning of Indian contemporary. Lambhvella Home has balanced proportions in size & shape. Its simple geometry of white rectangular shell is easily noticeable within its natural surroundings. The footprint of 6700 sq ft area nestles in the plot area of 94,600 sq. ft. All the areas open up to beautiful scenarios of nature. The north-south orientation, more openings on east and blank wall on west has proved to be blessing in soaring summers of Gujarat. All day activities areas are planned to be located on the eastern side of the house. On entering the house, the voluminous foyer frames grand welcome to the guest from the center of the shell. The east facing orientation fills the foyer with the morning light. A lily pond with mushroom shape fountain & one champa tree on either side of the entry provides visual warmth. Exposed concrete walls with horizontal wooden texture add a spark to this drama. The long corridor of the house forms the spine of the entire planning. This corridor leads to living and pooja room on one side and family, day bedroom, guest bedroom, kitchen and other utilities on another side. The semi public and private realm are separated by the flight of stairs leading to the first floor. The living room adorns colorful motif design swing & beige color sofa with beautiful art on the wall. The living opens up into semi opened double height courtyard, which is covered by dot matrix geometric screen and overlooks the nature. This northeast-located space provides a very pleasant atmosphere for sitting. Above the living room, the semi-covered terrace with multi-colored kota flooring proposes an exciting dialogue with courtyard below. The corridor of the other end flows seamlessly towards family and dining room. The experience travelling through passage is incredible. A 16’ feet high leaf shaped design is casted in concrete of passage wall which starts from ground floor & ends on first floor. The leaf is covered with German silver handmade panels with a pattern of embossed veins of a leaf. This installation is complimented with changing play of light and shadow during the entire daytime. Double height volume of family room has a warm ocher yellow color sofa with ceramic exclusive art on the wall. The monotonous family room is punched with lots of coloured motif in the furniture. Rest of the enchanted experience is done by the sciagraphy created by the east facing window. On the western façade, the staggered planning of windows helps the breeze to flow inside and the blank west wall to protect the house from heat. The spacious bedrooms are designed very basic and functional with minimum requirement. The huge size of dresser manages all storage. ============================================ Please other related video about home and interior design : Contemporary House Design Surrounded By Beautiful Vegetation and Landscape in Bandung, Indonesia == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O-2EzKMaMg Future House with Beautiful Organic Shape and Wooden Construction == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPD331Zm66Y Luxury Modern House Design with Long Window and Sense of Levity == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGanMBCHSKE ============================================== The admin of this channel is not the owner of the material inside the video. This video is created FOR EDUCATION (science and knowledge) not for affilate. #COPYING RIGHT NOTICE CLAIM Please if you have any issues in the content used in this channel before you claim it to youtube, SEND ME A MESSAGE and I WILL DELETE IT RIGHT AWAY Source: http://www.homedsgn.com/2016/11/12/dipen-gada-associates-design-a-spacious-contemporary-home-in-india Photos by: Tejas Shah PS. Find Us On : == Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+Interiordesignmagazine101 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeDesignTV1 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/ArchinteriormagzBlogspot-InteriorDesignMagz == Twitter : https://twitter.com/InteriorMagz == Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/interiordesignmagazine101
Urban House in Mumbai by Architect Nitin Killawala
 
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To own a peaceful abode in a crowded city of Mumbai, is nothing less than a dream for an individual. Space constraint has become a prominent issue for builders, architects and individuals. This has left Mumbai with a sole option of rising vertically! Capitalising on this challenge, Architect Nitin Killawala’s residence in Mumbai’s Juhu Scheme, makes a bold statement. He narrates you the concept of this urban house, which at its first sight, looks like stacked drawers.
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Contemporary Home Design with Modern Tropical and  Minimalist Time Less Architecture Style
 
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This Contemporary Home Design is known as Malouna villa. It is an exclusive private residential project located on the North Coast of Koh Samui Island in Bang Po, Thailand. Lying on a quiet part of beautiful Laem Noi Beach along Koh Samui’s northern shore, Villa Malouna boasts 45m of pristine beach frontage, with views across to the neighbouring island of Koh Phangan. The 750 sqm GFA are organised around a central garden to provide a feeling of large and open space just after the main entrance. The 7 bedrooms up to 23 beds of Malouna villa are spread around this garden. The project develops a modern tropical and minimalist time less architecture. A combination of ideal location, cutting-edge design, luxurious finishes and a layout designed for easy living, results in a contemporary beach villa with flow and movement that makes the most of Samui’s climate, views and light. The composition is using the contrast of two main materials / colours: white blocks and dark teak timber. Due to its North orientation the ventilation and sun control of the main facades are well managed. The project develops a special attention to the tropical climate and eco-friendly design. The roofs have large overhangs with fixed louvers to protect the façade from the sun. Besides, the main areas provide important oversized opening to minimize the indoor / outdoor barrier, and to offer a natural ventilation with a cross opening. These rooms are designed for indoor-outdoor living, with stack-away doors which completely open up the rooms to the gorgeous island climate. With the living room being open on three sides, the gentle sea breeze cools the space, helped by ceiling fans. The white terrazzo floors throughout the villa are cool under foot. The interior design is also using the contrast. The walls have different white and grey shades painting, combined with a tropical solid timber for the furniture. ============================================ Please other related video about home and interior design : Contemporary House Design Surrounded By Beautiful Vegetation and Landscape in Bandung, Indonesia == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O-2EzKMaMg Future House with Beautiful Organic Shape and Wooden Construction == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPD331Zm66Y Luxury Modern House Design with Long Window and Sense of Levity == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGanMBCHSKE ============================================== The admin of this channel is not the owner of the material inside the video. This video is created FOR EDUCATION (science and knowledge) not for affilate. #COPYING RIGHT NOTICE CLAIM Please if you have any issues in the content used in this channel before you claim it to youtube, SEND ME A MESSAGE and I WILL DELETE IT RIGHT AWAY Source: https://homeadore.com/2016/11/03/villa-malouna-sicart-smith-architects/ Photography by Julien Smith http://www.sicart-smith.com/ PS. Find Us On : == Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+Interiordesignmagazine101 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeDesignTV1 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/ArchinteriormagzBlogspot-InteriorDesignMagz == Twitter : https://twitter.com/InteriorMagz == Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/interiordesignmagazine101
Architecture Spotlight #77 | Desert Wash by Kendle Design Collaborative | Paradise Valley, Arizona
 
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a modern home? A home where the line between inside and out is so blurred that nature sometimes comes crawling into your room. Are you afraid modern architecture is only for childless Avant guard art collectors who wear black turtleneck sweaters even in summer? Then take a moment to watch this Desert Wash video and see modern living through a child's eye. It will change your perspective about what site sensitive modern architecture can be. Desert Wash is a unique modern home designed to celebrate nature and desert living. A home that turns an unwelcome obstacle for traditional residential design, a desert wash which periodically floods throughout the year, into a focal feature of natural beauty that delights and inspires a young energetic family (did I mention adorable?) teaching life lessons everyday about living as one with nature. Watch as your two adorable hosts, ages 3 and 5, take you on a tour of their home, introducing you to new and wonderful creatures including the elusive Desert Tiger and Road Rumber. See how rammed earth walls, expansive glass and floating steel and wood clad roofs shelter a family in modern beauty and provide the perfect backdrop for their extensive collection of art and Asian artifacts. But mostly see how much fun everyday living in the desert, amongst natures ever changing wonder, can be. Website - http://kendledesign.com Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com Color Grading by Bryan Smaller
Modern Architecture and beautiful interior Styles and affordable house designs
 
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Serip Organic Lighting - The New Lighting is coming
 
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Create order, create chaos. Create beauty, create the unconventional. Create a problem, create results, create with style, create with nonsense. Create with your heart, create unique moments. Serip produces nature-inspired chandeliers. Organic lighting that stands out for its attention to detail and unique design. Learn more about new collections at: http://www.serip.com.pt Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/SeripLightingPortugal https://www.instagram.com/seriporganiclighting/ Subscribe to this YouTube channel by clicking the button above this video
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Desert Modernism
 
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Palm Springs takes on a hot mid-century style.
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Future House with Beautiful Organic Shape and Wooden Construction
 
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Future House - Situated in Erkheim, Germany, this contemporary single family house was designed in 2016 by Alfredo Häberli. In the beginning stood an idea. The idea by Baufritz owner Dagmar Fritz-Kramer and designer Alfredo Haeberli to create a project together. Their joint question: “How do we want to live in the future?” Their answers have gone into “Haussicht” – revealing new dimensions of ecological and healthy wooden architecture. In his Zurich studio the floor plans and ideas evolved – for a wooden house completely reimagined. Inspired by ship building as one original type of wooden construction, the bowlike roof constructions run in waves and curves; organic shapes such as we see in nature. Because the designer, even when planning large rooms, knows no limits of statics and construction, the Baufritz team was then presented with great challenges. The architectural backbone of the ground floor is an element that is all at once a wall, a door and a furniture. As a wall-shelf unit it is usable on either side and divides the ground floor into a public and a private area. The public side, towards the entrance, houses ample storage space in the hall area, utility area, office, play area etc. and fold-out tables. “To activate building components” is what Haeberli calls the concept. The highlight in the living room is a “seating island” that defines the room as its main furniture: On a turntable of three meters across one may sit as in a cinema on different levels, either facing into the room or towards the media wall. Thanks to a variable table and various seating options a multitude of communicative arrangements are possible amongst the family and any guests. Besides, the eco-design house showcases novelties such as the steel balustrade for balconies (Haeberli-balustrade), the continuous perpendicular cladding for facades, the open elevator or the new and especially efficient heating system. ============================================ Please other related video about home and interior design : Luxury Modern House Design with Beautiful Garden Offers Panoramic Views in Two Directions == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6C-SVSnN9o Minimalis Modern House Design with Beautiful Inner Court in Can Tho, Vietnam == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcPVSqW4h-E Contemporary House Design Surrounded By Beautiful Vegetation and Landscape in Bandung, Indonesia == https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O-2EzKMaMg ============================================== The admin of this channel is not the owner of the material inside the video. This video is created FOR EDUCATION (science and knowledge) not for affilate. #COPYING RIGHT NOTICE CLAIM Please if you have any issues in the content used in this channel before you claim it to youtube, SEND ME A MESSAGE and I WILL DELETE IT RIGHT AWAY Source: Photography by Jonas Kuhn http://www.alfredo-haeberli.com/ https://homeadore.com/2016/11/04/house-erkheim-alfredo-hberli/ PS. Find Us On : == Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+Interiordesignmagazine101 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeDesignTV1 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/ArchinteriormagzBlogspot-InteriorDesignMagz == Twitter : https://twitter.com/InteriorMagz == Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/interiordesignmagazine101
Nature's Architect
 
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A mood film in collaboration with Country Road and The Retail Initiative of RMIT University journey through the inspiration and concept behind our A/W 2017 Menswear range presentation.
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Jade Mountain - Architecture & Design
 
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Jade Mountain: “Rising majestically above the 600 acre beach front resort of Anse Chastanet, Jade Mountain St.Lucia is a cornucopia of organic architecture celebrating St Lucia’s stunning scenic beauty. Architect owner Nick Troubetzkoy has expanded upon his philosophy of building in harmony with Caribbean nature in his creation of Jade Mountain St.Lucia. The bold architectural design – individual bridges leading to exceptional infinity pool sanctuaries and rugged stoned-faced columns reaching towards the sky – makes Jade Mountain St.Lucia one of the Caribbean’s most mesmerizing resort experiences. Expect grand sweeping spaces where bedroom, living area and an extravagant private infinity pool glide into one another to form extraordinary platforms floating out into nature. With the fourth wall entirely absent, Jade Mountain’s sanctuaries are stage-like settings from which to embrace the full glory of St Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site, and of course, the eternal Caribbean Sea. A wide range of spa services can be enjoyed in the privacy of the Jade Mountain sanctuaries or at Kai en Ciel, Jade Mountain’s boutique spa and fitness studio. The Jade Mountain St.Lucia sanctuaries are deliberately techno-free; there are no telephones, radio or television. Internet access is available at reception and upon guest request, internet can be made available in the individual sanctuaries also. The resort major domos and a dedicated resort team ensure outstanding service around the clock. Enjoy the exclusivity and privacy of Jade Mountain with all of sister resort Anse Chastanet’s restaurants, bars, boutiques, art gallery, spa, scuba, bike and watersports facilities as well as 2 soft sand beaches available to Jade Mountain guests at all times.”
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Ultramodern Shell Residence by ARTechnic Architects
 
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Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/c/homeinteriorplus?sub_confirmation=1 G+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/103693127292160829002/+homeinteriorplus FB : https://www.facebook.com/Home-Interior-Plus-376519235812640/ ====================================================== This spectacular house called Shell Villa is located in Kitasaku, a district of Nagano in Japan. Designed by Japanese firm ARTechnic Architects, this house (3,500 sq ft) is unique in its style. The use of curved concrete structures makes the house look like a space ship dropped in the middle of the woods! The Shell Villa by ARTechnic Architects: “A large shell shaped structure finds itself in the middle of the woods. It is hard to determine what exactly the structure is, and unlike the surrounding caves and rocks, it clearly is not a part of nature – nor is it a ruin. A frame, a shape, made at a completely different place for a completely different purpose. Within this shell shaped structure will one find floors constructed, wall separating spaces, and rooms furnished. The scenery conjures a SF film-like image, in which locals inhabit over an abandoned spacecraft. With time, trees start to grow encircling the spacecraft, harmonizing it into the landscape. Desiring a place that will be occupied frequently over many years and yet at the same time be in sync with nature, we came up with the aforementioned scenery of a large shell structure floating above ground. Being in sync with nature isn’t about yielding to nature – it’s about coexistence. The existence of the structure depends on its power to endure nature. By isolating living space from the wilderness, and upgrading its quality as a shelter, the house will be protected from nature and will provide a comfortable environment. With this, the house will be taken care of and used frequently and continuously. Specifically in cases of villas, frequent use is what leads it to blend in with its surroundings. The regions’ low temperatures and high humidity level makes for a harsh climate. As a result, many houses that take on traditional structures are decaying. Is it in sync with nature? Perhaps. But the whole idea of comfort seems to be put into question. Consequently, large numbers of villas have not been in use for many years bringing them down to further dilapidation. Despite the general avoidance of concrete material in the region, its usage and the lifting structure have helped the villa protect itself from the humidity. Leaving the boundary between human life and nature ambiguous is a Japanese virtue. Yet, this ideal can only be achieved through meticulous attention and care of the wilderness on a daily basis. This might be attainable at our homes, but isn’t a practical theory when applied to villas. If a visit to the villa inevitably leads to hours and days of maintenance, why bother going? It clearly goes against the purpose of a villa. Having a type of living space that merges with nature could be appealing, but it only seems natural to consider this option only when one is ready to devote a large time solely on maintenance. It goes without saying that villas should not only be functional spaces for the weekend. Their greatest goal is to provide us with good rest, leisure, and picturesque views that never become dull – all in the vicinity of nature. In the style of many modern sculptures, we aimed to enhance the surrounding nature by incorporating it within the spatial structure. Visit our other videos : Modern Home Architecture : Buisson Residence by Robert Gurney Architect https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Su3WHsBcZTo Caribbean Villa Rentals : Casa Kimball a Stunning Private Retreat in the Caribbean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvCpvDFPO4k
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Architecture Drawing to the Project
 
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Tan Hock Beng: Space over form in architecture
 
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http://inktalks.com In this creative talk, world-renowned architect Tan Hock Beng takes us on an architectural tour of his many designs. Tan’s unique incorporation of natural settings and historical elements surrounding his building sites will have you wishing you were on vacation at one of the many breathtaking spaces Tan has designed, such as the famous W hotel in Koh Samui, Thailand. ABOUT INK: INKtalks are personal narratives that get straight to the heart of issues in 18 minutes or less. We are committed to capturing and sharing breakthrough ideas, inspiring stories and surprising perspectives--for free! Watch an INKtalk and meet the people who are designing the future—now. Connect with us: http://inktalks.com http://facebook.com/inktalks http://twitter.com/inktalks ABOUT TAN HOCK BENG: Tan Hock Beng graduated from the School of Architecture, National University of Singapore, with a Bachelor of Architecture (Honours). He was awarded the Singapore Institute of Architects Medal in 1989, and has been involved in many competition-winning projects for a diverse range of building types globally. Tan is deeply committed to the study of traditions and cultures of Southeast Asia, and is particularly interested in how these relate to contemporary practices. He lectures widely throughout the world and his works have been exhibited in many cities including Tokyo, San Jose, Costa Rica, and the prestigious 9th Exhibition of Art and Architecture at the Biennale de Venezia in Venice, 2004.
Views: 4383 INKtalks
Take a video tour of a Galesburg Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian
 
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Video tour of Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian.The Samuel and Dorothy Eppstein House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, located in Galesburg, is on the market for $455,000.
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Magnificent Example of Modern Scandinavian Architecture
 
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Contemporary simplicity, geometric stylistic, combined with organic material palette composes this residential space in Risskov, Denmark. A magnificent example of modern Scandinavian architecture and design the four level villa V3 is designed by the progressive studio ADRESS and presents us with an elegant take on urban serenity and style. The smart architectural layout provides privacy on the front facade trough asymmetric windows (also a modernistic aesthetical touch) that supply enough daylight in the interior but protect the inhabitants’ privacy, and more open and interactive space at the back open towards the garden.
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Lego Architecture Guggenheim Museum
 
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http://amzn.to/1MYWY5h : Lego Architecture Guggenheim Museum 2009 marks the 50th anniversary of one of New York City’s best-known museums, the Solomon R. Guggenheim. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the greatest architects of the 20th century, the museum opened just six months after he passed away. This intricately built LEGO model, co-developed and designed by architect Adam Reed Tucker, celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative vision and organic architectural style. The assembled Solomon R. Guggenheim museum model stands 4" (102 mm) tall on a gray and black base with printed name label and includes a booklet with facts about the building, its construction and its history. ---------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://amzn.to/1M5ATHu/ ---------------------------------------- More Information about Lego Architecture Guggenheim Museum: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum® | LEGO Shop shop.lego.com/en-CA/Solomon-R-Guggenheim-Museum-21004 LEGO Shop Home · Themes · Architecture Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum® ... The assembled Solomon R. Guggenheim museum model stands 4" (102 mm) ... LEGO Guggenheim Museum - Guggenheim Store www.guggenheimstore.org/lego-guggenheim-museum-10735 US$150.00 - ‎In stock Build your own replica of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, one of New York ... museums designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the greatest architects of ... LEGO Architecture Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (21004) https://www.amazon.ca/LEGO-Architecture...Guggenheim-Museum/.../B... Assembly required. Officially licensed Lego Product The LEGOGroup in collaboration with Architectural Artist Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures, Inc., Inc. 21004 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - Brickipedia - Wikia lego.wikia.com/wiki/21004_Solomon_R._Guggenheim_Museum 21004 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a LEGO Architecture set that was released in 2009. The set... Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - Wikipedia, the free ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_R._Guggenheim_Museum The building embodies Wright's attempts "to render the inherent plasticity of organic forms in architecture." The Guggenheim was to be the only museum ... Missing: lego 21004 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - Brickipedia - Wikia lego.wikia.com/wiki/21004_Solomon_R._Guggenheim_Museum 21004 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is a LEGO Architecture set that was ... 21004 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. 30,027pages on this wiki. Edit. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York www.guggenheim.org › Guggenheim Foundation › Architecture In 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a building to house the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, which had been established by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in 1939. ... The death of the museum's benefactor, Solomon R. Guggenheim, in 1949 further delayed the ... Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Women in Architecture - Guggenheim www.guggenheim.org › New York Oct 15, 2015 - Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Women in Architecture. Print. Home ; New ... New and experienced Wikipedia editors get to work during the Guggathon. Photo: Kris McKay ... Venue: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Informat ---------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://amzn.to/1M5ATHu/ ---------------------------------------- People who watched this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjVp-IyWcVo Also searched online for: Searches related to Lego Architecture Guggenheim Museum lego guggenheim ebay lego architecture frank lloyd wright lego guggenheim instructions lego 21004 lego architecture 21005 guggenheim model lego 21005 lego architecture rockefeller center ------------------------------------------- FOR MORE DETAILS: http://amzn.to/1M5ATHu/ ------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2aIcbpch-ksS7_r_w6fl1V29qsBWaqyf ------------------------------------------ Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcqSiQv1xKQd9wmzNH-wrGw and click the link below to subscribe to our channel and get informed when we add new content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcqSiQv1xKQd9wmzNH-wrGw?sub_confirmation=1 -------------------------------------------- #legoguggenheimebay #legoarchitecturefranklloydwright #legoguggenheiminstructions #lego21004 #legoarchitecture21005 #guggenheimmodel #lego21005 #legoarchitecturerockefellercenter -------------------------------------------- VISIT OUR SITE: http://amzn.to/1M5ATHu/
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Modern Farm House Architecture
 
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4511 Lennox Ave, Sherman Oaks CA 91423, USA Sarah Kotler John Aaroe Group 818 599 2870 www.SarahKotler.com View my inventory: http://tours.hartwickhomeimaging.com/public/vtour/customerTours/80137 Rose Fahey John Aaroe Group 818 262 3532 www.RoseFahey.com View my inventory: http://tours.hartwickhomeimaging.com/public/vtour/customerTours/80136 View Interactive Tour: http://tours.hartwickhomeimaging.com/489485?a=1 Modern Farm House Architecture A never seen before designer showcase by one of the most experienced builders in Sherman Oaks. This one-of-a-kind gated home is an exquisite example of Modern Farmhouse architecture. A perfect contrast of contemporary living, along with the warmth of a cozy home atmosphere. The 5’ wide wood front door pivots open into a light-filled living room and dining room entertainment space, featuring soaring ceilings, a fireplace surrounded by porcelain tile with a driftwood look, European oak wide plank floors, a stair case with a glass, metal and wood railing bringing a clean line of site to the main level. The culinary inspired designer kitchen features a gorgeous high end artistic glass stove backsplash, quartz counters, an oversized apron island, custom state-of-the-art seamless and handle free cabinetry, top-of-theline appliances, open to the breakfast table and adjacent family room with a sliding pocket door overlooking the pool and yard. The term open floor plan is redefined. Great indoor/outdoor living spaces with a functional, stylish floor-plan ideal for entertaining. Upstairs features a magnificent master suite with a vaulted ceiling, sitting area with fireplace, large private bath, also with fireplace, oversized shower, freestanding soaking tube and dual walk-in closets. Four large additional bedrooms, an office, three other baths, and a powder room. European faucets, high quality modern Italian porcelain tile, floating cabinets, surround sound, security cameras and upstairs laundry. Too many things to name! It is the latest in architectural design in product and quality, well-complimented by the superb finishes. A true custom-made home with original details that has never been seen before with perfect construction and distinct features. The fine details and craftsmanship, make it evident that this home is like no other. Fresh and different. A must see! Virtual Tour by Hartwick Home Imaging http://hartwickhomeimaging.com
Views: 1299 Sarah Kotler
Parc Guell Barcelona ✔
 
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➤“The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain). Carmel Hill belongs to the mountain range of Collserola – the Parc del Carmel is located on the northern face. Park Güell is located in La Salut, a neighborhood in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. With urbanization in mind, Eusebi Güellassigned the design of the park to Antoni Gaudí, a renowned architect and the face of Catalan modernism. The park was built between 1900 and 1914 and was officially opened as a public park in 1926. In 1984, UNESCO declared the park a World Heritage Site under “Works of Antoni Gaudí”. Park Güell is the reflection of Gaudí’s artistic plenitude, which belongs to his naturalist phase (first decade of the 20th century). During this period, the architect perfected his personal style through inspiration from organic shapes. He put into practice a series of new structural solutions rooted in the analysis of geometry. To that, the Catalan artist adds creative liberty and an imaginative, ornamental creation. Starting from a sort of baroquism, his works acquire a structural richness of forms and volumes, free of the rational rigidity or any sort of classic premises. In the design of Park Güell, Gaudí unleashed all his architectonic genius and put to practice much of his innovative structural solutions that would become the symbol of his organic style and that would culminate in the creation of theBasilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family (Catalan: Sagrada Familia)” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_G%C3%BCell ➤Thank you for RATE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE for more! Wishing you all the best! ➤ SUBSCRIBE to my channel HERE: https://goo.gl/VObs2E ➤Music from Jukedeck - create your own at www.jukedeck.com
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Flintstones Style House In Malibu - Architecture & Design
 
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Modern Home Design with Natural Elements in The Interior  - Sierra Fría
 
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Modern Home Design - This house is known as Sierra Fría. It is a private home located in Mexico City, Mexico. It was designed by JJRR Arquitectura and Completed in 2014 Modernist architecture (also known as International Style) is defined by thin linear forms, exposed metal frames, concrete cladding, and little ornamentation – characteristics often met with hesitation due to the perception that strict functionalism leads to overly minimalistic spaces. But these beautiful homes by José Juan Rivera Río demonstrate a more vibrant side of this iconic architectural genre: organic, atmospheric, and endlessly adaptable. Located in the prestigious Mexico City neighborhood of Lomas de Chapultepec, all three homes reject the monolithic mansions that surround and instead opt for clarity and organic appeal. Volcanic stones pave the walking path and portions of the exterior, enhancing the exterior’s connection with the earth. Over time, natural weathering effects will color the stone and concrete for a more integrated aesthetic. Natural elements continue to play just as important of a role inside the home. This time, clean lines of wood grain stand in contrast to the untamed foliage and grey textiles replace the rough texture of stone cladding. Exterior courtyards facilitate indoor-outdoor living – like this dining table situated conveniently outside the kitchen. Light floods the atrium, a catalyst to reflect the warmth of the wood floors onto the grey concrete walls. Bedrooms, too, have their own personal patios and gardens. This one overlooks the cool waters across the yard. Shallow water conditions the air as it flows into the home, an effective cooling solution for the Mexican dry season. It also provides a unique way to appreciate the provocative sculpture that greets visitors at the entrance. Jet-black pool lining creates the illusion of infinite depth and erases the transition from the water to the sculpture’s pedestal. Please other related video about home and interior design : Modern Home Renovations - Renovation a house with Futuristic Design Style https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxmjwiVbA28 Contemporary House Design - House with Simple Structure & Early Modernism Style https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfTe0TmzuMs Mid Century House with Clean Simplicity Design and Integrated with Nature https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JzPkNBVtpk ============================================== The admin of this channel is not the owner of the material inside the video. This video is created FOR EDUCATION (science and knowledge). #COPYING RIGHT NOTICE CLAIM Please if you have any issues in the content used in this channel before you claim it to youtube, SEND ME A MESSAGE and I WILL DELETE IT RIGHT AWAY Source: http://www.homedsgn.com/2016/09/21/jjrr-arquitectura-designs-a-private-residence-in-mexico-city/ Photos by: Nicolás Fotografía http://www.nicolasfotografia.com/ PS. Find Us On : == Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+Interiordesignmagazine101 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/user/HomeDesignTV1 == Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/ArchinteriormagzBlogspot-InteriorDesignMagz == Twitter : https://twitter.com/InteriorMagz == Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/interiordesignmagazine101
Contemporary Small Apartment Living Room Design Pictures Remodel Decor and Ideas in Asia
 
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Kindly prior to you see about living room design pictures with playlist categorioes about living room, subscribe it from now! Many thanks you. Exactly how you started design for your one of component house, particularly restroom? Have you started concepts or motivations regarding design interior and furniture in restroom? Like other component a residence, shower room turneds into one of ideal location making us even more comfy, particularly for our body. Do you like take a bath at your bathroom or swimming pool? Any sort of people like take bathroom at washroom as well as swimming pool considering that they can feel where they get comfy location. Some individuals claim that they enjoy their bathroom. They can see actual their body when they obtained take bathroom. Any type of issues which showed up at restroom are usual style, inside, furniture, as well as they believed that it was not trouble because just washroom. Precisely, they disregard rarely of shower room style. A bathroom will get the feature to serve any comfort for individuals taking bathroom. It needs the very best furniture to support it such as the bathtub and shower suggestions. As we know that home has design as well as furnishings, additionally restroom has styles, versions as well as furniture that could you get to make your restroom looked unusual. In this video clips have numerous designs regarding washroom, such as organic style, glamour layout, classic, old as well as others you could see as well as add your expertise about your bathroom style. Area of your house must be assumed, because it can depend just what the layout was appropriated. Making simple for looking for the shower room's furniture you could organize or select exactly what the very best furniture of you. Extravagant shower room's furniture such as tubs, sinks, lamp, shower, bathroom mirror, shower room devices, toothbrush holder, bathroom garments, and also the others. Your bathroom will look like magnificent or high-end when you remain in there. Make your very own design based your design or personality. This video clips could start you a lot more inspiration, suggestions, regarding style, designs, as well as kinds of bathroom as well as certainly about furnishings likewise you got it.
Frank Lloyd Wright • Stuart Richardson House
 
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Stuart and Elisabeth Richardson House, designed in 1941 and built in 1951, is a rare example of the architect's use of a hexagonal unit module for one of his Usonian residences. An oasis, located in the middle of the suburban landscape of Glen Ridge, NJ, the house is constructed of brick, tidewater cypress and glass on a radiant heated concrete floor mat. Over the past twenty years the Richardson House has been restored to the original integrity and beauty that Mr. Wright had envisioned. In 2010, the Owners' were the recipients of the “Wright Spirit Award” given by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy to honor Wright homeowners who have demonstrated outstanding stewardship in the conservation of their Wright-designed homes.
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