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The Mobile House You Can Take With You On Vacations

I don’t know about you but every time I have to go on vacation or on a weekend getaway and I see how much stuff I want to take with me I wish I could just take the whole house with me. It would be so simple. Of course, it sounds crazy when you think about it but it’s not that unusual once you learn that some houses can actually do that.

This, for example, is a transportable home. This means that you can basically take it with you wherever you go. It’s a home concept by Ábaton architects. Not only that it gives you the possibility to just pick up the whole house with a truck and take it with you but it also has a very nice interior.


Three Storey Extension To A Lakeside House Featuring An Open And Asymmetrical Design

We now go to Carinthia, Austria where we found this beautiful lakeside residence. But it’s not the actual main residence we’re interested in. We want to explore and take a closer too at the extension that was added to it. It was a project by Spado Architects and it’s quite interesting.

The extension has three levels which is a little unusual. But when you look at the whole picture, you see that, despite its size, the extension blends in beautifully and it matches the main residence perfectly. Because the original structure had a contemporary design, the extension was designed in the same way.

Compact House Concept Designed To Serve As An Extension

Designed by Passion Group in collaboration with Architect 11, this small structures is the prototype for a prefabricated house, part of a larger series of designs. Although it’s actually the smallest of the bunch, the structure still offers 40 square meters of living space.


Smart And Eco-friendly Student Unit Measuring Only 10 Square Meters

As a student, finding affordable and acceptable living spaces is a real challenge. But Tengbom Architects came up with a new and ingenious idea as a response to this problem. They designed a student unit of only 10 square meters. It can be seen at the Virserum Art Museum in Sweden.

The tiny house was designed specifically for students. It’s affordable and functional as well as eco-friendly and smart. The goal was to create a living space for students that would be sustainable and affordable so the key was to think small.


Heritage Home Renovated And Transformed By Contemporary Standards

Located on a site in a heritage conservation area, this residence can be found in Sydney, Australia. Since the site was protected by Leichhardt council, making changes to the design was not exactly a simple option. The renovation was a project by Rolf Ockert Design.

Alterations and additions were an almost impossible option for this project. However, after long negotiations and thanks to the direct influence of the mayor, the design the team had planned was finally approved. The main problem with the original design and size of the house was that it was too small to be a family home these days. But instead of extending the ground floor, the designers decided to add a second story instead.


Beautiful, Inspiring Beach-Style Homes

Whether you live in Charleston, South Carolina or just love the style and relaxed vibes a beach home can bring, there’s a lot to take notice of and be inspired by when it comes to any Oceanside house. From the pure, pastel colors, the delicate, architectural details and the whimsy doors and windows, when building or dreaming of your forever home, take a look at some of these beautiful beach-style houses for ideas and lots of inspiration.

1.Victorian Yellow and Green.

Not too many places you can get away with having such a bold color combo. This home, dressed in a creamy yellow and hunter green, looks incredible at the likes of Martha’s Vineyard. And who wouldn’t want that wraparound patio for entertaining and decorating for the holidays?


Complete Reconfiguration Of A 1950s Home In Montreal

Located in Montreal, Canada, this residence was recently renovated by Naturehumaine. It was, in fact, more than just a renovation. It was a complete reconfiguration of the house. The structure also got an extension. All these changes were made in order to respond to the needs of a growing family and to make the house a comfortable and contemporary living space for everyone.

The 1950s concrete house has also been modernized. It now features a minimalist and contemporary look. The original house already had a modern flair so making the transition was easier than in other cases.


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