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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.

Gorgeous Views Of Lake Minnetonka From A Charismatic Residence Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Stefan, on January 26, 2015

Gorgeous Views Of Lake Minnetonka From A Charismatic Residence

Situated just 100 feet(30 meters) away from Lake Minnetonka, in Minnesota, this residence by Eskuche Design impresses with its abundance of smart design features and clean, modern look. When seen from a distance, the building looks quite sensational, although simple in nature. The elevated roof overhangs that protect the terrace spaces mimics and mirrors the...

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Alpine Lodge Completely Wrapped In Wood But With A Modern Look Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 23, 2015

Alpine Lodge Completely Wrapped In Wood But With A Modern Look

Small but extremely welcoming and alluring, this mountain cabin was built in South Tyrol Italy, at an elevation of 1400 meters. It was a project by EM2 Architekten and it was named Jagdhaus Tamers. There are actually two buildings that compose the lodge: this cozy cabin and an adjacent studio. Together they have a floor...

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Elevated Concrete House With An Outstanding Geometry Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Alexandra Belgun, on January 14, 2015

Elevated Concrete House With An Outstanding Geometry

Trubel is a contemporary house that stands out through its unusual shape and structure. Designed by L3P Architects in collaboration with Bona + Fischer Engineers Office AG, this residence cleverly combines industrial with minimalism. You could say that because of this wonderful partnership, the relatively small space available for this construction was not a problem...

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Cliffside Chalet Softens The Rugged Landscape With A Chic Aura Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 13, 2015

Cliffside Chalet Softens The Rugged Landscape With A Chic Aura

Surrounded by mesmerizing panoramic views on all sides, the Lakecrest Residence rests on a rocky cliffside lot in Whistler, Canada. The chalet was designed by a|k|a Architecture + Design and covers an area of 5000 square feet. With facades covered in wood and stone, the chalet integrates into the landscape naturally. The beautiful array of...

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Modern And Traditional Slovenian Architecture Meet In A Compact House Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 12, 2015

Modern And Traditional Slovenian Architecture Meet In A Compact House

Compact and designed as a monolithic structure, this simple-looking house is located in Slovenia and represents a modern take on a traditional cottage. It was designed by Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti and it features concrete walls inlaid with stone. Small and compact houses are popular in this region and this particular one combines elements of both...

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Steel Weekend Cabin On Stilts Designed For Safe Mountain Getaways Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 8, 2015

Steel Weekend Cabin On Stilts Designed For Safe Mountain Getaways

Delta Shelter is a mountain cabin located in Mezama, in Washington and it has a unique design that makes it stand out compared to traditional cabin architecture. The 1000 square foot cabin is surrounded by magnificent views throughout the year, making it the perfect retreat where the owner and his friends can spend quality time...

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When The Hurricane Gives You A Dune…Make A Hobbit Home Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 7, 2015

When The Hurricane Gives You A Dune…Make A Hobbit Home

Back in 1964, Hurricane Dora created a dune on a piece of property in Florida. It couldn’t have picked a better place as the property was owned by a very creative architect by the name of William Morgan. But it was a decade later that he decided to take advantage of this natural element. The...

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