Innovative design with stripes

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 - Have you ever imagine having a house that is able to "work together" with his surroundings? Beautiful facade for example, not just look pretty in a single view, but also able to provide a unique feel when the sun shone all day.

Here are some inspiring landscape and the innovative structure of the house is not only beautiful. Landscape and structure of these houses can also "work together" utilizing natural light as well as the surrounding circumstances. Perhaps, you can make an inspiration.

Organic Transition

The first design is inspiring pieces of hand Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design. The building is covered by foliage spread all over the building. Interestingly, the "wall" which became the vine leaves are made of glass.

According Shinberg, glass buildings lining to "change from traditional to organic transition". Instead of making another building layered glass, the same designer to build another multi katu homes. The exterior wood coating the outside of the walk-in-closet and bathroom.

The designers of this house called "protective shell". The shell will give the effect of vertical stripes of shadow in the bathroom. You can imagine the pleasure of bathing while viewing the leaves "dance" in front of your bathroom.

Design lines

Other innovative landscape design is also associated with accent stripes. The difference is, this time the lines is horizontal and can be found in the garage owned by Dan Wheeler, co-founder of Chicago's Wheeler Kearns Architects.

At night, the horizontal lines gives a beautiful light effects, especially when viewed from the outside.

Unique Garden

Satisfied with games lines attached to the wall? This time, you can see the unique garden masterpiece H. Keith Wagner Partnership. Grass in the park looking like overstuffed cushions.

The park is divided by lines on the bottom there is a glass lamp. Interestingly, the line seemed to connect with the wall of the house. When evening comes, you'll see a long line that stretched from the glowing walls of the house to the garden.

Column mushrooms

Proyel latter could be used as inspiration was a project made in Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture. They are renovating a barn built in the early 20th century. The columns shaped like mushrooms the main attraction at this house.

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