The East House, located in Byron Bay, Australia is a project by Built-Environment Practice. Conversion of 1990s brick and tile beach house to a modern, open-plan sustainable living environment. Designed to optimize northern solar access, cross-ventilation, and thermal comfort without heating or air conditioning.
Quality design, net-zero energy efficiency, minimal construction waste, pre-cut, pre-drilled kit house - assembled on site. I love the wood/white/open floor plan/glass balconies/pool/large windows. Great design!
An Alternative to the Sliding Door: 12 Pivot Doors
12 Pivot Doors Leading To Patios: Mexican firm Dear Architects’ 4 Plan House in Santa Cantarina, Mexico is a four-level, minimalist structure with luminous light effects. Here, a large glass pivot door on a stainless steel frame opens onto a walled, grassy area with a lone tree.
Herringbone Houses by Allison Brooks Architects. Each open-plan house is composed of two continuous planes of herringbone timber and graphite render surfaces that form walls, floors, external decking and fences. These planes interlock and fold inward at the centre of the house to create a double height entrance hall open to the sky.
1912 - Present: Pueblo Revival Style Eco-Friendly Homes That Reflect Native American Ideas Because they are built with adobe, Pueblo homes are sometimes called Adobes. Modern Pueblos are inspired by homes used by Native Americans since ancient times.