Bridge House designed by Max Pritchard

On the outskirt of Adelaide, Australia, bridge house is located.  This amazing house was designed by architect Max Pritchard. The house was made over a rocky River stream has scattered with red river gum trees. Commonly used industrial building resources and passive heating and cooling techniques are used while creating the home to keep the house monetarily and ecologically sensible.

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The house was primarily based upon a pair of huge truss like structure and that are anchored by concrete dock, Pritchard admitted that he wanted to build a home that touched the earth lightly. The home equipped with concrete slab floor and huge glass panels.

The walls and roof are built by corrugated steel. Long and narrow floor of the house ensure cross ventilation. In combination with this the louvered window extension allows sunrays to enter during winter season but obstruct during the summer. On the roof of this amazing house photovoltaic cells and solar water heaters are installed to reinforce so that one can stay comfortably. This beautiful house is really one of the unique houses with great architecture.

Straight Dining Chair Design by Ferruccio Laviani

Modern, colonial and contemporary made with square backs or straight legs. But the most popular style of dining chairs are open coming with a common straight up and down back or a horizontal dining chair.

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The Straight chair is a multifunctional chair available in two sizes and if you want the seat can be with upholstered cushion or covered in leather. The frame is crafted out of chromed steel, with the seat and back in solid wood, finished in your choice of 27 veneers and lacquers. The Straight Dining Chair Design by Ferruccio Laviani is available at resourcefurniture.com.

I really like this piece of furniture. It’s simple and modern and it’s probably also good for your back. It could be used as a dining chair or simply as a place to sit on while having a conversion. It’s simple and modern and it comes in three major color tones: white, brown and black so it’s not going to be difficult to integrate it in the décor. From what I can see there are 3 sizes for this chair: the one with the high back, the middle size and the one with no back which looks more like a stool. They are all comfortable and elegant.

Jane Foss Russell Building At The University of Sydney

The all famous Jane Foss Russell Building name after the well-known Jane Foss Russell who committed to the great cause of female graduate and undergraduate education in University of Sydney. The Jane Foss Russell Building itself is an enormous creation born with the beauty and magic of urban architecture from the brilliant minds of John Wardle Architects.

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Jane Foss Russell Building was built in the Darlington Campus of University of Sydney. It is indeed an innovated and inspired building covering with glasses connecting the old and new campuses of the university with an extended bridge over the city main road.

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This incredible building was built with multiple green glass facades and panels of different colors, types and styles covering different sides of the building.  Jane Foss Russell Building was in fact built inspired by the Heritage Figs Tree for creating a better and high quality indoor environment by building closely together with the nature. The building in fact has the ability to increase energy efficiency and indoor air quality by with the inspired water cooling system. Jane Foss Russell Building truly is the innovating and inspiring architect of today’s urban architecture.

Suppenkaspar Table by Nina and Isabel Farsen Grupp

From a collaboration between two German designers Nina and Isabel Farsen Grupp, both graduates of the University of Arts in Berlin in 2007 results a table with 2 legs. The missing two legs of the table are compensated by weights fixed in the appropriate places. Held by nearly invisible thin strings, the weights make sure the table is balance enough to let you keep your stuff on without fretting about falling.

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It’s an ingenious idea that makes you rethink the whole conception you had about this piece of furniture. It’s almost impossible to imagine that a table can have only two legs and still be functional. Not only that, but this ingenious table also provides you with two fun elements that keep you busy while using the table.

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It would make a great piece of furniture for those who own cats. The balancing features places in two of the table’s corners come in different shapes and sizes. They will keep your cat busy at least for a while. And the cats are not the only one who like this table, as you can see in the pictures. There’s also a version with a soccer ball incorporated. That’s a nice idea, especially for this sport’s fans.

Modular Home Benefits

The common mistake made by everyone by hearing the term modular houses is that they resemble to that of the manufactured or the on-frame modular houses. Actually a true modular home is neither manufactured nor an on-frame modular one. The characteristics of stick built modular homes are present prominently among the true modular homes with the very same requirements to construct a modular home. The modular homes are more flexible than that of the on-frame ones. The true modular homes do not include the steel undercarriage as the prominent feature like that in the cases of the modular manufactured home or in the hud manufactured home.

Modular Home Benefits

There are a plenty of manufactured home factory involved in the construction of the modular homes. The units of the houses are manufactured and assembled within the factory premises. The units are generally constructed to fit in the complete box like structure. The manufactured home buyers buy the pre manufactured and ready houses either directly from the factory or through the respective networks dealing with the houses.

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Swedbank office by Audrius Ambrasas Architects

The Swedbank office is created by Audrius Ambrasas Architects at Konstitucijos Ave. 20, Vilnius, Lithuania covering a total area of 23000 square meters above the ground and 19000 square meters under the ground.  The site where the bank’s building is to be constructed falls near the riverbank of Neris and is treated as an integral part of this newly formed center.

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The bank is being developed at the junction point of the Konstitucijos Avenue and the pedestrian street which lies at the center of the old Ukmerges Street.  Because of this, the pedestrian street has gained more popularity and has become the center point of the building composition consisting of three main parts namely, the base of the building, the two towers and the horizontal 4-storey part. The two towers are 16 and 14 storeys respectively.

Essential client services are carried on the ground floor and the café and auditorium are built on the first floor which provides a marvelous view to the Neris riverbank. Though the cafe space and Pedestrian Street along with the ground floor constitute the public space, separate zones for specific functions are also placed in that region. The roof of the base is utilized for recreation and greenery zones.

Japanese Courtyard House Design by Sage Architecture

The Japanese Courtyard is C shaped House and is located on the Amador county California wich was designed by Sage Architecture . If you stay in this house you can feel the living pattern of a Japanese House.  The architect of this house combined the style of conventional Japanese homes, and the style of Californian craftsmanship to build a simple sophisticated home encircled by the pine trees.

Japanese Courtyard House Design by Sage Architecture

The house is situated at an altitude of 3,000 foot of the Sierras in Amador County. The house was built on 1800 sq ft area. The construction is uncomplicated and has sharply inclined pitched roofs giving an appearance of older conventional Japanese houses and thought of folded planes.

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A natural stuff palette of tainted concrete floors, soft colors helps to provide the comfortable feeling to the inhabitants. Many varieties of woods were used for making cabinets. The external part of this house is uncomplicated in its appearance which gives a few indication of the craftsmanship inside.  One can not understand the feeling of its richness until one resides in the home. To maintain the Japanese belief, the house was built in such a way so that it becomes peaceful retreat to the residents.

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