Best residential interior in France 2014. Anne Sophie Goneau
A loft conversion can be an excellent method of increasing the living space in a property, without the substantial expense, and stress, of moving home. Do bear in mind, however, that a loft conversion is a significant undertaking, and professional advice is really a necessity.
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There is no reason why the average do it yourself person can't build good looking and functional stairs. Whether it is an internal staircase or just a short few steps up onto an outside deck. The basics are the same.
The house has to resist the direct side forces of the wind and the suction and uplift forces that are capable of defeating gravity and then some.
I guess that the very first timber stair was a log that was leaned up against something at a higher level, and early man walked up it instead of climbing using his hands. It wouldn't have been long before notches were cut into the log to make steps.
A ‘secret' carbon fibre house has been designed by Australian firm EnterArchitecture for a client in Sydney. The architects were given the brief of creating a house that was ‘not apparent' and that would be hidden down a laneway.
The villa was build 1906, directly at the Elbchaussee. The concept interprets the top level as an individual element of this villa. It is separated from the existing facades and has its own theme.
Home-office in Formentera's Pujol de s’Era’ is a very characteristic tract of countryside in the interior ofFormentera. It comprises some 33,000 m² of wheat and barley fields and a bushed area withsavin, rosemary and juniper, set in a topography that is almost flat. This was to be the locationof a space for living and working.
Due to condominium constraints, the renovation could only involve the inside spaces, so the idea was to enhance the value of a single quality of the apartment, the view of the splendid landscape below.
Located in one of sunniest place of southern Switzerland, this house rises on the site where once old rural constructions were.
This project involved completely gutting an early nineteenth century London townhouse and totally re-building and extending the interiors.
This building responds to the owner’s wish to live in an intimate space, as if it were a shell.
The new apartment is put over the existing garages of a residential building from the 60's as an independent element.
The villa lies in a residential area from the 70's and 80's, where the surrounding buildings look dull and unstructured. The white minimalist building is a bright element in between the neighbours
The vegetation and the warm weather of the area, as well as the customer’s needs, were three important factors for the design of this house.
The designer intended to create a building consisting of completely different parts, each having a unique color and character