Leaf shaped roof protects this beautiful house from hot and humid climate of Angra dos Reis, Brazil. Located one hour drive south of Rio de Janeiro, the house comes with wooden interior and modern swimming pool.
This single family villa spreads over 2,470 square feet, featuring a tasteful remodel that transformed the residential building into a dream oceanfront house. The Laguna Beach Residence – as the glass oasis was named – is located on a promontory, overlooking the huge stretches of water from behind transparent glass walls.
For those of you looking to build a boat house, this rural boat house with seasonal residence can be the inspiration you were looking for. Located in Muskoka Lakes, Ontario, Canada, the construction that borrows the name of its location is a renovation of an existing boathouse with a 600 square foot second story guest suite and roof terrace addition. Designed by Christopher Simmonds Architects, the Muskoka Boathouse is described by its creators: “Situated at the end of a narrow bay, the design of the new boathouse mediates between extended views out to the wide vista of the distant lake and the immediacy of the enclosed forested shoreline of the bay. The design provides a lens for these varied views as well as a sheltering foil to the open lake breezes and water traffic. A new exterior staircase positioned on the lower deck was introduced as a welcoming gesture in connecting the lower deck to the second level roof terrace.
Giuliano Mauri – renowned environmental architect, who unfortunately did not live up to the present day. But his project continues to exist. He built a temple of the trees, which continue to grow. The material was used 80 seedlings of beech, chestnut bars 600 and 1,800 barrels of spruce. The whole structure is 650 sq.m.
Designed by LEVEL architects, this amazing family house is equipped with rounded corners, hardwood floors, and modern furniture.