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.
Built on the side of the mountain, where it seems to glide gracefully, and with the spectacular views that such a location includes, this beautiful cabin of concrete walls covered in black-painted wood invites us to submerge ourselves in it and its surroundings, disconnecting from the world. It sounds like a great choice for those days when we need a break to take a deep breath and start over.
Osler House was designed by Studio MK27 – Marcio Kogan & Suzana Glogowski in 2009. Located in Brasilia, Brazil, the home covers an area of 270 m2. At first sight, it looks like two blocks placed one on top of the other in a perpendicular way. The home has a modern style in its exterior and walls of concrete, glass, and wood that create an imposing effect.
This immense modern structure is mostly made up of concrete and glass walls. It was designed by IDMM Architects as a place for rest and relaxation in the middle of nature. It is located in Hongcheon, South Korea and its construction was finalized in 2016.
This house, located by the sea, was designed for a retired couple that decided to begin a new life after having raised their children.n It was designed by Agence anArchitecte in Kerénoc, Pleumeur-Bodou, France in the year 2014.
One of the most outstanding details of AB House is the versatility added by perforated panels placed both on the outside and inside of the house and which can be set in different positions. This way, the façade of the house not only presents a changing, dynamic, and unusual appearance, but also serves to regulate the light and flow of air towards the house.
Studio Standard, based in Amsterdam, has transformed a 45 m2 stable located on the island of Ibiza, Spain, into a private home and exhibition hall for an interior design shop. All furniture and decorative pieces that adorn the home – two bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen, and living/dining room – are available in the store. A wonderful idea, isn’t it? It definitely is.
This vacation cabin, designed by AR Design Studio and located in Winchester, England, is divided into four sections for a total of 180 m2. After having been destroyed by a landslide, its owners decided to rebuild it and, thus, continue to use it as a holiday home, with a location they consider paradisiacal.
This fantastic modular cottage covering an area of 185 m2 was built by BIO-architects for a young couple in Russia. It is located in a natural environment, surrounded by dense vegetation so its glass walls are presented as a stage through which we can enjoy the outside while sitting comfortably in the interior with the warmth of the fireplace.