Looks a bit Flintstones to me. Maybe it's the flooring, maybe it's the roundness of it all and the wonky spaces. It's kinda cool though, looks like it's been carved out from inside a mountain.
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De très bons souvenirs de ce restaurant avant de prendre le train de nuit pour la côte.
I would never have guessed Brazil. Everything in the design points towards places with winters.
This design should be for a Canadian house, not Brazil.
Better than the weird ass copper chandelier dude that people gobbled on lol this looks super cozy and not robotic, a nice place to enjoy company instead of the reflective non-lights!
*starts planning holiday*
I think it's gorgeous, but for me, personally, I'd prefer the range in the island, and put the sink in that window (unless the sink has its own window)
Certainly would be easier keeping the windows clean if they weren't getting greasy cooking mess all over them daily.
The breakfast nook is really cute
We have all black granite. It shows EVERYTHING. When I make toast it looks like I was cooking bread from scratch. Why the previous owners chose this, I'll never know.
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Very unique and interesting design
Ugh, no way
While the interiors look nice, I think the exterior of the house looks better. This is the living room and this is another living space next to the first one. This is an overlooking view from the main living room which was what I was going to submit initially. This is a space which I assume is next to the kitchen, but I'm not so sure about it's purpose. This is a room with bunk beds, which has a different color palette unlike the rest of the house. I think this is the main bedroom and this is the view from said room. And finally, this is the exterior of the house and you can see the patio deck, and here's a far better shot of the house showing the footbridge.
Photo by Nicole Franzen.
I was surprised to see that this house is in Hudson Valley -- it looks very Californian to me (outside LA). I love it!
A kitchen without a sink or a range hood?
It's nice, but I find terracotta floors in Hudson valley to be really weird.
That booth :)))
Light fixture is the 3 arm mobile by Andrew Neyer
Looks like Douglas fir roof been....probably hiding an I beam
I have one of those doing that too
Oh i love this.
I like the black.
really lining the dinerstyle breakfast nook!!!
That flooring is horrific. Reminds me of a school cafeteria or government building. Someone fucked up. And that nook doesn't fit in with the theme that seems to be trying to happen
The breakfast nook is everything. I want to have a booth in my residence at some point in my life.
Shane Davis and partners have overhauled an industrial building in Brooklyn's Gowanus area into a spot that functions as a vegan cafe by day, and a bar and restaurant, complete with a nightclub, after dark.
This is the most post-gentrification Brooklyn thing I’ve ever read.
I was just at this bar two nights ago- they have a hifi listening room, ultra hip
I wish they had spent more then 30 seconds figuring out how to mount the emergency lights.. A simple steel strap would have fit the vibe nicely.
Creative use of telephone poles.
great r/repurposedbuildings material :D
Photo by Cody Guilfoyle.
They did not want the brick look on the inside huh
My wallet can feel how expensive the drinks are here just by looking at this picture
I'm sure it's part of the look they want, but I would have boxed out those columns or something. The unistrut emergency light setup looks sloppy as hell
It's kind of weird how they had all this attention to retro detail, even getting al those period utensils, but then put modern lights in the ceiling.
I was conflicted between submitting this or this shot which shows the rest of the living room or this which is from an adjacent cabin containing the kitchen. This shows the two cabins seen from below and this shows them from the front. And finally, this is the bedroom and this is the view from the same room.
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Bowen Island is Metro Vancouver?!
Absolutly Beautiful house. Dream house material.
So sad that Vancouver is basically owned by Chinese people laundering their money.
And yet the government does nothing.
And an Eames to boot.
Photo is by Michael Boland.
I assume I'm in the minority, but views of the ocean are boring and views of a village, mountains, forest, plains, or desert inherently contain more things to look at. Is there anyone else out there who agrees at all?
This is gorgeous. What’s the housing market like in this area? This would be a 3m USD house by the coast in California basically
That roof is stunning.
Wow, I used to visit a family friend's cabin on Bowen in the 1970s and it was a true shack. I guess all these locations are converted to high end properties now.
Always curious how these houses look when it's dark outside. Obviously very beautiful with all the natural lighting during daytime, but I only see a few overhead lights on one side of the room.
What couch is that?
Not big on the gabled roof choice personally, but otherwise - dayum. Dat view.
Fuck rich people
Very fucking boring!
The room itself is super cool, but the furniture and layout of it makes me feel like I'm about to listen to someone's MLM pitch.
Honestly an eames doesn't even look right in this sort of room, yet they shoved it in anyway because it's the only chair interior decorators think looks good?
I can imagine Michael Fassbender in a turtleneck having a fancy dinner party here
Love it. Concrete, glass, steel, wood accents. Sign me up.
This reminds me of the home used in Friends from College, where an old Mercedes ended up in that pool.
I usually avoid the negative comments on this sub, but this one looks like a goddamned bunker from the outside.
The inside is not a lot better, those concrete walls are... Depressing? I don't know.
I don't like it but I would sure love to have enough money to buy it lol.
I don't know about those stairs... Vertical cables(?) instead of a handrail? Not for me.
It's visually pleasing in pixels or on film... But I don't know that I would want to live there. It's so cold and unyielding and all that glass would lead to so much glare my eyes would rebel after about half an hour.
Photo by Frank Löschke.
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I love the look of this space, but with all these designs with near 100% glass walls onto the outside I ALWAYS have the same thought/concern.
I get pretty freaked out if there's a big window or patio doors or something and it's night time outside and all I can see in the glass is the reflection of the interior. I know how easy it is to see inside from outside. It's like your whole place becomes a one-way mirrored box of a night time. I don't see any scope for blinds/curtains in this design but some method of obscuring the glass and making me private to the outside would be a necessity for me. Just for peace of mind (even if I was surrounded by acres of my own private land or whatever).
Does anyone else feel like that or is do I have a bit of an odd fear there?
This is a pretty sleek and modern residence. This is the same shot taken from a bit further. This shows the living room with the views, and this is the shot of the living room seen beyond what I assume is the flames from the kitchen stove. This is the kitchen on the second floor and tjis is the bedroom on the same floor. This is the main entrance of the house seen from outside the fence and this is a close up shot during day and night. This is a shot of the house from a distance, showing the verdant location of the place. And finally, this is the exterior of the house with the pool during evening, and you can see the cantilever structure of the upper level.
Hamburg ist not Lower Saxony though. It's actually a city state that's -surprise- also called Hamburg
This place looks very loud
Jesus Christ this title killed me a little
What shader are they using?
As a Texan... just say dogtrots
What would someone estimate this custom home would cost land excluded?
I think lanai is the word you’re looking for
Where's the bedroom...
Edit: nvm theres another 2 rooms to the left not shown in this image.
Photo by Peter Eckert.
Could be workable if you spent the $$ on solar or passive heating and cooling systems, or just accepted the fact that the winter would be really cold.
How much does something like this cost?
Word up for the HOOD rats! Jk, no one that lives there is actually hood, as evidenced by this house.
Would anyone actually want this to be their home for more than a month? Like its open af, if any hikers or people birdwatchers have binoculars they can just look in (to the entire home), its probably a nightmare to heat, and requires a ton of bother (if it a logburner u gonna be chuckin logs in all day & when u wake up it gonna be freezing cold) it looks so empty, as a single person living their its so much wasted space & not even the cool type of wasted space, since the interior walls are litterally glass , so u just see the shit in the other room... wtf is the point of glass wall INSIDE??? i would get pissed off, and for a family its 0 privacy at all, i guess this kinda thing is a millionaires coulpe city retreat probably, but honestly this imo looks like complete shit with holes in - with the same materials/glass u could make a actually decent look ergonomic house that people would be happy to live in - fucking architects doing this shit, give half a million to an engineer or actual builder and they would actually make something decent,,,, fuck this
I have a house like this, just smaller, and closure with the patio.
I just never stand with bugs after night
I'd prefer a hobbit style home especially with that view.
sometimes I downvote posts on here just because of the cringy pretentious titles
That looks boring as hell.Empty rooms with 2 thin seats.Two people sitting ten feet apart in tennis shoes, staring at each other. No thanks
Looks amazing but all I can think of is poor insulation.
Heater constantly running in winter and cold pockets all over house.
Signed, Guy who just installed 21 inches of insulation and air sealed attic
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