5 World's Most Beautiful Homes

Articles Jul 25, 2019 23:51

This time our journey rushes to the most beautiful houses in the world. There are a lot of them throughout our planet, but which one is the best?

1. Kouichi Kimura designs Slender House in suburban Japan

A stack of intersecting concrete and metal cuboids combines to create this long, narrow home in Shiga, Japan by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects. Located on a suburban site surrounded by low buildings and wide roads, the new home is called Slender House.

5 Worlds Most Beautiful Homes

2. Bates Masi designs slatted wooden home for sailing family on Annapolis waterfront

Bates Masi Architects has used sliding doors, decks and balconies to open up this slatted wooden home in Annapolis, Maryland to the nearby water.

5 Worlds Most Beautiful Homes

3. SAOTA turns Spanish-style house into Stradella villa in Bel Air.

South African firm SAOTA has completed its first project in Los Angeles, which involved converting a 1970s Spanish-style residence into a more minimal dwelling. The Stradella house is situated on a promontory in Bel Air, an affluent LA neighbourhood in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. Wrapped in stone, stucco and glass, the residence is afforded panoramic views of the city, from Downtown LA to Century City and the Pacific Ocean.

5 Worlds Most Beautiful Homes

4. Stacked zinc boxes form multi-generational house in Melbourne

Australian architect Matt Gibson has created a multi-generational home from a stack of zinc-clad boxes on a narrow infill site in Melbourne.

According to the architect multi-generational living, which is becoming increasingly prevalent in Australia, lent itself to the thin site on Wellington Street.

5 Worlds Most Beautiful Homes

5. Mey Kandalgaonkar imagines home built into giant boulder

Architectural designer Amey Kandalgaonkar has created renderings of House Inside a Rock, a concept for a modernist concrete house built within a giant rock.

Mumbai born, Shanghai-based Kandalgaonkar designed the house to be a contemporary twist on the architecture of the Mada'in Saleh necropolis, a UNESCO world heritage site in Saudi Arabia.

5 Worlds Most Beautiful Homes
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