Very functional DESIGNS of houses, as they manage to adapt very well to the climate of the place where they are located, taking advantage of its best characteristics.
This house is located in a private neighborhood, surrounded by traditional and Mediterranean-style buildings.
The residence created by the architect Chad Oppenheim, has a contemporary architecture, which makes use of visible materials such as concrete, wood and glass.
The design of this house with patio is conceived to take advantage of outdoor life, in close connection with the abundant vegetation of the place.
The rear façade has the typical design of white villas , with painted concrete surfaces, large areas of aluminum and glass carpentry, a large terrace and the pool.
With interior design by the team of Fernanda Dovigi, founder of the Toronto-based design firm FMD Design, the house WITH INTERIOR PATIO has an area of 1,000 square meters.
“Don’t be afraid of color and focus on comfort”, is how interior designer Dovigi defines it, who envisioned the eight-bedroom property as a modern and open space.
Walls, paneling and joinery are clad in Belgian oak, bringing warmth and color to the interiors. Roman travertine covers the floors, adding a touch of luxury to the house, which stands out for its character and comfort.
To adapt to the tropical climate, the H-shaped house has concrete and steel sliding doors, distributed in various spaces of the residence, which lead to lush patios and garden spaces.
This example of H-shaped house design is full of details. The combination of different tones and textures of wood, the fluid spaces that intertwine with the interior patios.
The smell of the ocean while reading a book in your living room, or “listening to the birds singing at sunset, it’s really magical”.
Houses with Courtyard
Among the most functional and comfortable DIFFERENT TYPES of houses, we have homes with patios. An interior patio is a space that is open to the sky, but delimited and surrounded by architectural elements, such as galleries and vertical walls, among others. It doesn’t matter if you live in the city or in the country, the houses WITH COURTYARD, offers so many advantages…
Brick Houses – Ideas to Build
Brick house designs to inspire you. Interesting models of brick houses, red or white, with painted brick, facades of houses with bricks that will not help to imagine our future home. SEE MORE.
The style of mediterranean houses is very well defined through the use of natural elements and materials, abundant use of white in facades and interior walls, as well as in furniture and decoration. They are houses with authentic design, which inspire peace and tranquility. SEE MORE.
Multiple examples of one and two story white house architecture. Elevation views, images and architecture of white villas are shown… The following model of a white house has an intelligent door system that opens automatically or by command at the entrance. SEE MORE.
U-Shaped Houses – Plans and Facades
We will be analyzing all the characteristics of the U-Shaped Houses, with Plans and Facades. U- shaped houses wrap around three sides of a central courtyard, creating a sheltered area for entertaining or surrounding a striking landscape feature. The main qualitie of a U-shaped house… SEE MORE.
Houses with Pool
Different types of houses with swimming pools that also include a garden and terrace . The interior and exterior of a house with a pool tends to feel modern and relaxed, both due to the climate and the visuals… SEE MORE.
Houses in L – Plans and Facades
How to design an L-SHAPED house plan? What advantages does an “L” shaped house have? In this article we will answer these and other questions that clients usually ask themselves before requesting a house design.
T-Shaped Houses – Design Examples
T-shaped houses with very interesting designs and their plans. Although not one of the most common designs that people want to build their home, T-shaped houses also have their charm, providing an interesting organizational flow and the opportunity to zone the rooms for different intentions and functionalities. SEE MORE.
We are going to study a little the H-shaped houses on its floor. We can start by saying that the origin of the H-shape in the houses goes back to the vernacular architecture of northern Europe, in the Middle Ages. Specifically, it arises during the British Empire, the so-called Hall House. SEE MORE.