The Division Knoll Residence is for Real

There are certain structures on this planet that the sheer admiration for them renders a feeling of disbelief- they do not exist. The Division Knoll Residence by Sagan Piechota architecture located in Big Sur, California is one such structure.

The residence uses an entirely different choice of materials for instance, glass for the walls, stone for the flooring, copper for roof and concrete merely for support. It is because of the simplicity of these materials that this Division Knoll residence appears almost invisible. There are certain angles which make you feel that the house does not exist at all.

It’s a very beautiful and modern house. It has a very nice design, both in terms of exterior design as well as of interior décor. Every room as specific look, a different atmosphere and décor. But what they all share in common is the modern and simple style. It’s nice how all the materials and patterns work together and form a complete and equilibrated image. And all the different colors also work together to form complementary and colorful images.  It’s a beautiful design, modern and elegant and also stylish.

The design is very beautiful and impressive and so is the location and the view that this place has to offer.  There’s a great amount of glass that was used in this construction and that’s what really makes it so special.


Published by in Architecture, on April 13th, 2010


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