In the Architecture category, HomeWorldDesign presents you beautiful and modern houses, amazing buildings and stunning architecture structures born from the creativity and imagination of the best architects and designers in the world. The eye can enjoy a virtual tour of the most attractive homes in the world of indoor and outdoor presentations, of some of the most amazing residential projects and more. Expect to see the presentation of architectural projects of all cultures and tastes. Simple viewing of works by ingenious architects and designers can help you to transform your room or house into a dream home.
When I took my son to see the house in the midst of its completion, through his eyes, it unfolded as an endless structure, 'a house that never ended' - in his young mind, it appeared as a house stretching far beyond its actual boundaries.
Sited to take in views of mountains to the east, west, and southwest, the 13,375-square-foot house's windows blend the indoor and the outdoor, while energy-efficient geothermal heating keeps the house comfortable at a fraction of the typical carbon footprint.
The Toorak House is a study of scale and materiality, enriched by the presence of shadows. Solid glass bricks create a translucent veil upon which to glimpse this tranquil passing of the day and imbue a surreal luster and humility to the surrounds.
The Hirvensalmi summerhouse is located on a small rocky island of lake Suontee in southern Finland. There is an existing small fishing cabin built by previous generations in the 1960’s as well as a sauna building from the 1980’s on the island.
Ovacik Villa is situated on a beautiful plot of stepped land with olive trees in a rural area in Ovacik, Cesme, Izmir. The Aegean landscape with its sloped topography is tamed by a system of terraces, bringing functional use for the four levels of gardens.
The GC house is a revamped residence from the seventies with a three objective strategy: efficient redistribution of space, creating a soothing atmosphere, and prioritizing permeability to benefit from its surroundings.
Commissioned by south London charity the Walcot Foundation, this build-to-rent development has significantly increased the rent income generated from the historic estate that funds their grants for the relief of poverty in the local area.
HOUSE ON THE BENCH achieves ample space for grape growing by anchoring itself on the edge of the slope, to projecting outward and establishing a place for inhabitation that results in an unparalleled retreat above the valley.