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Wooden Cladding Triangle House by JVA

April 6, 2010 Filed Under: House
Wooden Cladding Triangle House by JVA

This house was built on the land area of 360 square meters in Nesodden, Norway, and use the concept of building efficiency. Modern design with a unique accent. The house’s exterior consists only of wooden cladding and big windows so it looks good in surrounding landscape and captures its views. If you look at it from the front, this house looks like a plank of wood, but when you look at it from the... 

Kitchen Designs by Mal Corboy

December 9, 2009 Filed Under: House, Kitchen
Kitchen Designs by Mal Corboy

Mal Corboy is the 2009 Australian Kitchen Designer. This contemporary styled multi storied home was designed to be situated in a stylish inner city suburb on a narrow site, which commanded extensive harbour and city views. The kitchen was situated in the main living area on the second floor. To cover the power pack motor in the range hood, he designed a pure white coloured glass surround, with LED... 

Queens Park House in Sydney

April 5, 2010 Filed Under: House
Queens Park House in Sydney

MCK Architects have completed the Queens Park House in Sydney, Australia. The core idea for this house was a room in the garden. Dynamic design with a blend of color, which fades to make sure you would love. Similarly, the structural engineering is a close alliance delivering a concrete superstructure that defies gravity providing an uninterrupted passage between living room and landscape. Yard is... 

Types Of Kitchen By Alno

December 31, 2009 Filed Under: House, Kitchen
Types Of Kitchen By Alno

The Character of Alno‘s kitchen is ‘german efficiency’ while being stylish in their design. One of their interesting features is the way they sometimes use textures on the kitchen wall. The single-line kitchen is suitable for rooms with only one partition wall. Set-forward work areas and deeper base units can easily create more work and storage space. The two-line kitchen makes the best use... 

The Langley Academy Interiors

January 28, 2010 Filed Under: School
The Langley Academy Interiors

the social life of the school revolves around this assembly space for 1,100 students. this house has three storey building. the atrium is defined by a sense of transparency and openness – like a gallery of learning – which in this case also resonates with the museum theme. These two-storey pods house the Academy’s ten science laboratories, reinforcing the importance of science teaching. The academy’s...