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First-time home buyers and veteran home owners alike look for ideas and vision when it comes time to look for a new house. Remodeling projects can also benefit from a spark of creativity spurred by viewing great houses that you love. HomeDSGN has gathered fabulous homes from across the world and design style spectrum to feed your need for beautiful house inspiration.

House Among the Olive Grove by Henkin Irit & Shavit Zohar

By • Jun 2, 2017

Located in Kidron, Israel, in an extensive area of olive vineyards, ancient tombs, and funerary monuments that divides Jerusalem’s Temple Mount from the Mount of Olives, this spacious, comfortable, and luminous house enjoys expansive grounds full of green vegetation, giving us the opportunity to easily be in contact with nature.

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Mill Barn Conversion in Hofstetten-Flüh, Switzerland by Beck + Oser Architekten

By • Jun 2, 2017

This barn conversion was carried out by Beck + Oser Architekten on a structure located in Hofstetten-Flüh, Switzerland. The project was completed in 2013, and covers a total area of 550 square meters.

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A Contemporary Home in the Mexico City Neighborhood of Lomas de Chapultepec

By • Jun 1, 2017

This house, with a marked 1960s style, is located in a neighborhood called Lomas de Chapultepec, in Mexico City, Mexico. It was designed in April of 2016 by the architect José Juan Rivera Río and his studio JJRR / Arquitectura. It is surrounded by beautiful green gardens, and the materials used to construct it include volcanic rock, concrete, and steel columns.

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Zen Architects Designed a House in Melbourne, Australia

By • Jun 1, 2017

This house, built on a slightly sloped terrain in suburban Melbourne, Australia, was designed by Zen Architects in 2015 and has a total of about 340 square meters of space.

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Imposing Stone and Wood Home in Australia Designed by Luigi Rosselli

By • May 31, 2017

This imposing stone, wood, and concrete home is located on Hunters Hill, an attractive and historic peninsula that lies between the Parramatta and Lane Cove rivers on the north shore of Sydney Harbor, Australia. It was designed by Luigi Rosselli.

The house is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens full of trees, tall palm trees, and plants that provide shade and a cool respite from the heat, filling the setting with greenery. In the garden, perfectly manicured, we can enjoy a large swimming pool that serves to cool off in the days of intense sun and heat, or we can simply sit on the terraces and enjoy the weather and the beautiful views.

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Construction through green vegetation
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Entrance to the parking lot with stone walls
Stairs leading to the main entrance. Stone walls.
Entrance with window opening
Entrance with window opening
Backyard with garden and pool
Terraces with wooden ceilings and glass railings
Terraces with wooden ceilings and glass railings
Swimming pool and terraces
Wooden door
Wooden door
Wooden door
Wooden stairs
Wooden stairs

Inside, we can see that stone and wood have been used to complete the decoration. The living room, with large glass doors that connect it to the terrace where the swimming pool is, is filled with natural light and fresh air that flows through it.

Living room connected to the terrace by glass doors

The dining room and kitchen, beautifully designed in wood, share a space, perfectly integrating with each other and creating an elegant and cozy space.

Dining room and kitchen

Taking the stairs to the basement, we will find a subterranean level housing a car collection, a home theater, a workshop, and a spectacular wine cellar.

Stairs made of wood and glass
Stairs made of wood and glass
Master bedroom
Wine cellar
Nocturnal view
Nocturnal view
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Spectacular Home Designed by Maxime Jacquet in California, USA

By • May 30, 2017

This fantastic home was designed by Maxime Jacquet and is located in Calabasas, California, USA. This is a city known for the large number of rich and famous people who have made it their place of residence.

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A Modern Residence with Simple Details Designed by MOPS Architecture Studio in Moscow, Russia

By • May 29, 2017

With spaces that are simply spectacular, this house designed by MOPS Architecture Studio, with visualization by ONI Render, is a marvel. It is located in the outskirts of Moscow, Russia. Created with a mix of materials, including luxurious marble and antique oak, that were naturally integrated and created a unique and elegant space, its modern interior shows that simplicity can result in a beautiful decoration.

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Unique Square House on a Beautiful Hillside in Valparaiso, United States

By • May 29, 2017

This building has a total area of 960 square feet, and was inspired by the owner’s particular desire to design a small house overlooking a wetland untainted by human presence. It’s located in Valparaiso, a small county in the state of Indiana, in the United States. It was designed by architectural firm Bamesberger Architecture in 2014. Originally conceived as a series of square structures on the hillside, it offers beautiful views of the nearby landscape.

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Sustainable modular structure exposed in Milan, Italy

By • May 26, 2017

This very particular design, located in the city of Milan, Italy and covering an area of 50 square meters, was created by SO-IL in the year 2017. Even from a distance, the modern structure looks striking and attractive, inviting us to approach and admire it from up close.

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Imposing House in Vietnam with Internal Vertical Gardens

By • May 26, 2017

This wonderful structure, which was designed to have a vertical shape and be a place where gardens and glass walls meet between the two main concrete façades, is a magnificent idea that improves the microclimate, giving not only abundant natural light, but also adequate ventilation to each of the rooms that comprise it.

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