For those of you who love the silhouette of a structure, the lines that create an interior, or the intuitive design of a multi-functional space, you’ll love perusing Homedit’s Architecture articles. This section is full of clear, inspiring photos and insightful architecture-related commentary and advice.

Modern House with a Traditional Twist

Studio Graux & Baeyens Architecten have completed a gorgeous house located just outside the town of Ghent, Belgium. This property is a reminder of history due to the fact that the plot is part of a domain where used to be a castle destroyed in World War II.

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The architects wanted to create a house that would integrate into the woddy surroundings, making it “a poetic impermanence”. In order to achieve this feel they used copper panels with visible seams that have been left untreated. These panels will change color from golden brown to vivid turquoise in time.


The Insite Home – A Tiny Solar-Powered House In Vermont Built Of Reclaimed Materials

The Insite home is a house with a very creative and efficient design. It was built and designed by a team from Middlebury College for Solar Decathlon 2013 and it was intended for young families. The design focuses on energy efficiency and sustainability and the goal was to create a comfortable living environment which doesn’t require ongoing maintenance.

The tiny house has a steel frame and wood siding and the team also used locally-sourced and reclaimed materials for the project such as the barn wood siding. The walls are filled with cellulose and have a 14” thick insulating barrier, perfect for the cold Vermont winters. Insite has a 971 sq ft (90.2 sq m) floor plan without including the mechanical room.


The Glamping Tents Turn Camping Into A Luxury Activity

Camping is not what it used to be. Now, whenever people go camping with their tents they take their whole house with them. They have tables, chairs and even portable kitchens. Sometimes it all seems to get out of control and camping becomes Glamping. It’s the case of these unusual tents which were designed by ArchiWorkshop for a remote campsite in Yang-Pyeong, South Korea.

The tents are entitled Glamping for Glampers and it’s where you want to be if you wish to try something adventurous without giving up the glamor. Here you get to sleep in tents shaped like worms or doughnuts which take care of all your needs. In other words, you’ll have everything you need here, including a toilet and a kitchen.


Inviting Residence With A Concrete Shell And Wood Cladding

Located in Poland, this residence was a project by Ultra Architects and it was just completed this year. As you can see, it has a simple and modern design, with large windows and an overall minimalist structure. The house covers an area of 470 square meters. Although it may not seem that special, building it was a challenge.


Glass And Steel Contemporary House Built As A Tribute To The Past

This is house Varanda, a building located in Barra da Tijuca, in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. It belongs to the granddaughter of architect Sergio Bernandes. She wanted the house to be reminiscent of Casa Lota which het grandfather designed in 1950 so certain elements from that original project were incorporated into the new project (the ceilings for example).

There are also other challenges that the team had to overcome. For example, the client wanted to preserve the old trees on the site so the house had to be designed in such a way that it doesn’t interfere with the trees. The house occupies an area of 140 square meters on a site that measures 1,123 square meters.


Multi-level Contemporary Residence With Picturesque Views Of Vancouver

This contemporary residence is located in Vancouver, British Columbia and it’s a dream home from several point of view. It’s a 7,000 square foot structure designed and built by architect Craig Chevalier and Raven Inside.

The Burkehill Residence has large open spaces and very stylish interior design elements. The living spaces open onto beautiful outdoor patios and the transition between the spaces is seamless and very smooth. This allows for a beautiful connection between indoor and outdoor areas to be created.


Modular Library Studio With A Flexible Design And A Prefab System

Lately there’s been a trend that involves building annexes separate from the main house in places such as the garden or the backyard. It’s the case with this interesting library. It was designed by 3rd space and it’s a modular studio built in the garden of a literature professor who lives in Oxfordshire. The owner wanted a space where she could store her book collection but she ended up having much more than that.

The library is a modular space with a flexible interior design. This means that the rooms inside can be used for pretty much anything. They have a simple and versatile design and they be easily re-purposed.


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