Work by Mahoney Architects& Interiors
Sometimes the rooms are not anchored to any place or are simply in-between. Then architects struggle to create some kind of window that will be a scenic outlet for them. This path requires a lot of experience and a wide flight of creative imagination.
LDa Architecture& studio creations Interiors
For irregular terrain, the only best solution is to use the bridge concept in architecture. Not only is it powerful and dramatic, it's also a great way to connect the landscape to the main building.
Bosworth Hoedemaker project
Some houses sink heavily and treacherously into the ground, while others seem to float above it, creating the illusion of lightness and simplicity.
Architects Eck | MacNeely inc
Today, this part of the modern home, and especially the apartment has been relegated to the background, as venerable designers believe that they can create the illusion of an ant-hill, however, if skillfully woven into the interior can create a wonderful room, pleasing to the eyes of its owners and their guests.
A house from the collection of architect Winn Wittman
Room within a room
Such a technique is used quite rarely in modern interiors, but it still has its place. It was invented back in the Middle Ages to create aristocratic chic and reduce obscenely vast spaces.
The work of Smith & Smith Architects studio Vansant PC
Many designers are struggling to ensure that every room is buried in the sunlight. And no matter where the windows are: traditionally in the walls at eye level or above the head, they might even be in the roof, in any case, natural light can enliven even the most gloomy room.
It is especially interesting to observe how an interior changes its mood depending on the time of year or day. At every point in time, it's unique and charming.
A project by Dick Clark + Associates
Details on the windows
There are many variations and modifications. And every designer has a favorite style that he tries to bring to the new interior, constantly modifying something.
The work of Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Gone are the days when people suffered from unbearable heat, constant drafts and cold. Solved this problem today with new designs. But there's another side to the coin.
If you overdo it or use this material incorrectly in construction, the house will turn into a vacuum box with no hope of fresh air. That's why architects value building fundamentals above all.
Interior by Bud Dietrich, AIA
Absolute symmetry is rare in nature. Here even look at yourself in a mirror and mentally draw a horizontal line in the middle from head to feet. It's unlikely that your two halves will be completely identical. And so in architecture, small indentations from symmetry make the structure less harsh and static.
Home project from Witt