Imposing in its size and design the Wildcat Ridge residence is not only a comfortable dwelling but also a home that respects the environment – sixty geothermal wells ensure the energy necessary on a daily basis heating up the house and pool during winter and cooling them down during the summer.The driveway is also heated during the winter so you don’t have to worry about keeping it free from snow.
A marvelous chandelier over the black colored dining table and chairs completely alters the overall manifestation of dining room as it offers a contemporary touch without much effort. Bedrooms were given various color patterns and themes depending on the age of people living in them
The design of the ceilings and the walls remind of the vibrant 70s or 80s. Decorations are not just the features that get emphasis here the house also fulfills the demands of all the residents. Designed by Turkish studio Yazgan Design Architecture the has employed all those elements that go well with the climate of Ankara.
The glass material used for its construction is 6 to 7 mm thick. The material can be specially heated during the winter which is one of the best and most demanded characteristic feature. It is simply awesome to behold and looks like a perfectly cut and polished glass cube from outside with a blue tinge to it. But I really wonder how one could live inside such a building.
Combine the divided or divide the combined. Whatever is the process the end product we see is just marvelous. Here is the perfect model of a house made by combining two entirely different apartments. The best part is the building has undergone a division too in terms of the used design styles.
A cleft between the high roofs and the walls allows for free passage of air and light into all the levels and there is ample natural ventilation. The architecture relies on minimal use of walls and they have been erected only in places where they are necessary with glass extensively and expansively filling up in most other places. From the highway the house appears too short and lying on its backdrop is the large beautiful ocean.
Surprising architectural developments are easy to spot – an unusually shaped home immediately catches your attention. This is the case with the Beam House designed by Uri Cohen Architects – a single family residence that seems to have been folded onto itself. Divided in three different parts – private semi private and public – the house bearing the name of its defining feature is a mixture of traditional inspiration and clean modern design.