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One of the most spectacular residences found in the land down under comes to us from the design team Steve Domoney Architecture in this Hope Street Geelong West residence.
This prefabricated home is located in the arid desert region surrounding Yucca Valley, California. The program called for an adaptable, sustainable, modestly scaled, durable and economical residence to serve as a prototype for a future line of “flat-packed” homes. More info and pictures!
Pull 2 steel tables and 4 dining chairs out of your bookcase! Even if your home is small on space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice function. See more on Enpundit
The villa which dates back to the 1970s had an excellent structural base on which to build on. The plan of the ground level did not need substantial changes, however it needed to be updated. A dark and disharmonious atmosphere existed due to the use of tiles, stonework, wood frames, custom-made wooden furniture, fabrics and decorations.
Power Street Residence is a minimalist house located in Hawthorn, Australia, and designed by Steve Domoney. The architecture firm was established in 1996, and is based in Melbourne, Australia. They work on projects ranging from small residential homes to commercial resort planning.
The architects are keen on employing the latest technology and materials in their architectural processes. My favorite aspect of this particular building is how the indoor kitchen is directly connected with the outdoor kitchen/grill. The bar counter and appliances are completely imitated from the inside out. It gives the home just as much focus on outdoor relaxation as it does indoor living.
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One of the most spectacular residences found in the land down under comes to us from the design team Steve Domoney Architecture in this Hope Street Geelong West residence. Take a full tour of the Hope Street Geelong West House.
Located in beautiful Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Casa China Blanca, with its modern and sleek design, overlooks the Pacific Ocean’s Banderas Bay. With nearly completely white interiors, paired with luxurious pink marble floors – the resort villa exudes rest and relaxation. The large winding balconies boast a spectacular view, particularly during sundown.
The desire to create a structure with reference to ancient building traditions alongside the need for a contemporary house applying modern technology was the catalyst for the BBZ House. Grey granite stone walls in a “T” shape constitute the nucleus of the house and strengthen the connection between interior and exterior. Read more