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.
This construction, finished in 2013, is located in Nara, the capital city of the Nara Prefecture, itself located in the Kansai region of Japan. The home was designed by the architectural firm ASSISTANT, by its architects Megumi Matsubara and Hiroi Ariyama, and covers a ground area of 73 square meters.
Who, when they were small, did not dream of going up to a tree house and hiding there, feeling safe? Well, you still have time to make that dream come true in this tree house designed by Cambridge graduates Andong Lu and Pingping Dou of IanD Studio. The home is a weekend getaway home hoisted high into the tree canopies of Mount Qiyun, a mountain and national park located in Xiuning County in Anhui Province, China.
By Magaly • Jul 24, 2017
This wonderful house not only has spectacular outdoor spaces, but its interior is a combination of spaciousness, simplicity, and good taste. It has an outdoor terrace, decorated and furnished for the enjoyment of its residents, as well as a swimming pool.
By Magaly • Jul 21, 2017
This house built and designed by Oliver Hill in 1935, not only holds stories of its years within its walls, but also maintains its look from yesteryear intact. It is located in the seaside development of Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, England and is currently for sale for £ 575,000 ($ 732,000).
By Magaly • Jul 21, 2017
This project is perfect for those who love to live on the edge, and at the same time enjoy nature and its wonderful landscapes. OFIS Architects has designed this winter cabin on top of Mount Kanin in Slovenia. They worked closely with various structural engineers in order to develop a self-contained wooden shell with a cantilevered form. The only way to reach the structure is by climbing or using a helicopter – the modules and loads are prepared according to the maximum weight and equilibrium limits. Because of its location, it was necessary for it to respect the natural environment in which it sits, ensuring the stability of the shelter while having a minimal impact on the local ecosystem.
This project concerns the expansion of an already-existing home. It consisted of a generous plot of land atop which a 100 square meter house was located. The home had a basement, a ground floor, and first floor, and an attic.
By Magaly • Jul 20, 2017
This home, located in the mountains and surrounded by thick vegetation, was designed by the architectural firm ARKITITO Arquitetura in 2014. It covers a ground area of 260 square meters and is located in Condomínio Serra dos Cristais, Fazenda Velha, Cajamar, which is 45 kilometers north of São Paulo, Brazil.
A view to the ocean is definitely one of the most relaxing things there is. To see it, smell it, hear it, creates an ensemble of sensations that fills us with relaxation, especially for those of us who happen to be sea lovers. For this project, one of its most striking features happens to be just that – its spectacular views over the ocean.
This exquisite and luxurious two-level townhouse was created by the interior design expert Elena Lapshina. With a striking interior full of deliciously decorated spaces where good taste jumps out at us and makes itself known, this townhome is a sensational mixture of class and sophistication. Such flawless execution of elegance is, unfailingly, a great source of inspiration, so take note!