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.
The 1,762 square-foot Nakameguro home designed by Japanese Studio LEVEL Architects is located in Meguro-ku, one of the municipalities of Tokyo, Japan.
The three story residence is equipped with a slide integrated into it that connects all three floors.
A staircase wraps around one side of the rectangular house and the slide encircles the other, giving the residents the option to descend by the stairs or by slide.
Located in Leiria, Portugal, this unique minimalist white house was designed by architects firm Aires Mateus & Associados.
“The private areas are at street level under the plot, around a central courtyard with rooms opening to private patios in a intimate environment.
The living rooms are around a void, that collects light from above and gazes the castle at the city center.”
For our first treehouse featured on HomeDSGN, we have chosen one of the most romantic place in Belgium, les Cabanes de Marie, nestled in the majestic treetops of the park that surrounds Château de la Rocq.
You are welcomed in a charming environment, full of luxury and comfort.
Les Cabanes de Marie invite you to spend an exceptional moment of calm surrounded by nature, in a luxury cabin designed by Alain Laurens and his team, perched 13 feet off the ground and equipped with a full bathroom!
By admin • Mar 14, 2011
According to RT Edgar, this two bedroom, one bathroom home is “situated only moments from Hawksburn Village and formerly the stables of a Wheel-Wright.
The 120 year old building is now a totally unique, uber cool, private and enchanting home with a private and secluded walled garden.
Upon entering the stables you are presented with high vaulted ceilings and exposed trusses, huge open plan living and dining with open fireplace, entire 1st floor master suite, 2nd double bedroom or study/library, separate dressing room, chef’s kitchen with a massive 13 foot long American cherry wood bench and large master bathroom with elevated spa.”
Proto Homes, a Californian home builder, has completed their first house, the Sunlight Residence.
Located in Baldwin Hills, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, this 2,650 square feet residence includes a garage, three bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms.
At the time of writing, this brand new contemporary home is offered at $850,000.
The Lift residence is a single family home located in the residential district of downtown Sendai, Japan.
Designed by Architectural studio Apollo Architects and Associates to accommodate a couple and their three children, this 1,334 square-foot all black house features an impressive cantilevered structure.
Situated on a prime elevated allotment in Caloundra’s Kings Beach in Australia, this four level home is described as one of “the most spectacular that the beautiful Sunshine Coast has to offer.”
The four bedroom, four bathroom contemporary home has commanding 360 degrees rooftop views of the ocean, Caloundra city, the Glasshouse Mountains and hinterland.
This 7,438 square foot residence features a 25 meter lap pool, a 5 car garage with showroom window to living area, a rooftop putting green, an elevator to three levels, a fully equipped bar, a temperature controlled wine cellar, a large gym and steam room and is on sale at the time of writing.
By admin • Mar 12, 2011
Poland-based architectural firm Marek Rytych Architekt has designed this contemporary 4,300 square-foot house in the suburbs of Warsaw, Poland.
By admin • Mar 11, 2011
Completed in 2008, the Hemeroscopium House is like no other house.
Located in Madrid and designed by Ensamble Studio, the 4,300 square-foot residence is an impressive combination of heavy infrastructural pieces.
The entire structure took the studio a year to engineer but only a week to build. Check out the video below to see how.
The owner of this former church overlooking San-Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park converted it into a single-family home with three bedrooms.
The church built in 1909, was bought in 2007 by commercial property developer Siamak Akhavan. The brick exterior was upgraded, leaks were repaired, new floors added, and stain-glass windows restored.