This open source house was made in all wood and the best part is: It’s affordable and anyone can build it! The French firm Studiolada Architect is one of a kind. In order to make a sustainable and relieve the superfluous and disposable practices, this firm unveiled its first open-source house in Baccarat, France.
This sustainable house is just over 1,200 feet and includes a separate garage. As you can see, this design project is a sight for sore eyes. Made to be excellent, affordable and sustainable this is the proof that sustainable design is here to stay.
With a lot of open spaces, this sustainable house was made to be as cost effective and energy-efficient as possible. The open layout includes the living room that opens up to a spacious terrace and private and gracious yard.
Sustainable materials such as cellulose wadding and wood fibers were even used to insulate the home.
Using concrete with wood panels supporting it, this home interior design is covered in wood from floors to ceilings.
The wood panels create a clean, minimalist interior that is both homey and inviting to anyone. Large glass doors and panel provide an optimal natural light to the interior and connects the home to its natural surroundings.
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Home Design Ideas team has a very special and one-of-a-kind project to show you today. COVET HOUSE is a living celebration of design that offers you a unique and absolutely memorable experience, regarding luxury and comfort.
This riverside exclusive project opened its doors last Thursday (June 23rd) in Oporto, one of the most unique and vibrant Portuguese cities.
There’s a lot to say about this house. Headquartered on the bank of the Douro River, this open house stands out in a serene manner. Rustic-style gardens and granite stonework, welcomes and receives visitors with the utmost care and attention.
There are green and peaceful landscapes and an inviting blue pool, but believe us, those are not the most incredible things here. There is so much more to see.
The main purpose of this classy house is to give to all the Interior Design lovers the opportunity to experience luxury at its best. Goal achieved.
Unique, classy, one-of-a-kind lighting and furniture pieces complement this lovely house, creating an luxurious vibe that we believe that is the perfect spot to get the best home design ideas.
Here you’ll be able to see lighting and furniture pieces from DelightFULL, Boca do Lobo, Koket, Brabbu, Essential Home, Luxxu and Maison Valentina. Visit these brand’s websites to know how to book a meeting.
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One of the trends for 2014, as you saw in this post (Architecture trends for 2014: what to expect in home design) is to have an open floor plans. That means a home with fewer divisions and a little bit of a minimalist style.
You have to agree that a house with a open layout is more practical and gives a fresh look that you can’t match, but this kind of design also has its downsides.
Today, “Home Design Ideas” will share with you good and bad consequences of having an open floor plan.You will also see some fantastic open plan layouts of stylish and modern homes. Get inspired and see if an open floor plan is the thing for you.
Pros of open floor plans:
Easy to see if your house needs proper cleaning
With an open area you are able to find out, more easily, the things you need to clean in order to have everything tidy. You will spot exactly want you want to remove if a surprise guest arrives unexpectedly.
Easy to keep an eye on the kids
If you have kids, you know that they are magicians. One second they are quiet and near us and then, just when you thinks that you have everything under control, they are at the other side of room breaking everything ( this happens). An open floor plan ables you to see more of your home.
Your house will be full of natural light
Less walls mean that natural light from the windows can flow easily through your home. Your home will feel more spacious and, in the end, you light bill will be a little bit lower.
Cons of open floor plans:
An open plan floor can result in less privacy. Imagine that you’re hosting a party but, at some, point, you need to get away from the crowd. At an open house your only options are the bathroom or your bedroom. There’s no more rooms to escape from that boring conversation.
You might have more noise
Just like light, sound will travel through your entire house. And that might be a problem. If your kids are watching TV (loud as usual) in the living room and you need to make an important call in the kitchen…you might have some troubles to do it.
Everything is at display
An open house makes easy to see things that you need to clean when a surprise guest arrives unexpectedly, but that also means that if you have some dirty dishes he/she will probably see them, even if he/she is in the living room. Your belongings will also be more detectable for anyone who wants to see what you’ve got.
As you see, and read, there are some pros and cons you need to consider if you’re thinking of having a open plan house. This kind of home has been extremely popular in the last years and they will continue to be built all around the world. That’s why open floor plan are considered on e of the architectural trends for 2014.
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