Posted: 15 Jul 2013 09:43 PM PDT
Beautiful Bech House Design with Five Separate Wings, designed by Pete Bossley Architects. On a waterfront site in the Bay of Islands, five separate wings are located to reinforce the natural typography and create a sense of community around the central living area. Three of the wings are cut deep into the hillside: one of them has the pasture rolling across the roof. The central wing is identified by the elegant curves of a hyperbolic parabaloid roof which floats over the multiple living areas.
Posted: 15 Jul 2013 09:43 AM PDT
Devil's Lake Residence, Contemporary Beach House was designed by Nathan Good Architect. Privacy was a key consideration for this waterfront home overlooking Devil's Lake near Lincoln City, Oregon. The owners requested a residence that combined their preferences for both agrarian and contemporary design. The design solution incorporated a small building footprint and created a comfortable, light-filled home through maximized daylighting and carefully selected views. Green features include hydronic radiant-heated floors; energy efficient lighting, controls and appliances; natural cross ventilation design; non-toxic materials; a central vacuum system for enhanced indoor air quality; sustainably harvested Lyptus for cabinetry, and polished concrete floors.
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