House designs - Different types of constructions in Pilar, Buenos Aires

On the day of the date Facades World begins early with a book of ideas that has come from the hand of Studio Dillon Terzaghi Architecture, professionals in residential projects. This is how they will appreciate the design and construction of houses in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Do not move from your seats because right now ... Let's start!

Design of residential houses in Buenos Aires

With more than 3 decades dedicated to architecture, this well-known studio is able to perfectly interpret the desires of the committee, resulting in some of the examples that have been sent to us today to share with our entire community. Accompany us and check in images the wide range that these architects are able to cover in the design and construction of residential houses.

Provincial style house

Provincial style house of 350 m2 in the surroundings of Haras San Pablo

Mexican house design

Design of house with Mexican and rustic imprint with several volumes

Classic house design in Altos del Pilar

450 classic style house m2 area and a park of 2.700 m2

Neoclassical house design

Neoclassical house design with flexibility to grow together with the family that inhabits it

Minimalist house design

This house in Minimalist style has a geometric volumetry, simplified walls and refined lines. It has a lot of glass, which permeates the facades towards the park and the pool, letting in natural light.

Spanish Colonial style house design

Spanish Cortijo of 550 m2 area with moldings, grills and wrought iron gate.

Design and construction of a country style house

This country style house was built in shaved brick with plaster details. It has a covered surface of 380 m2.

Design of country house type Pueblo

Village type country house with exposed brick exterior cladding and aluminum and black iron openings.

Modern house design

A strong modern and contemporary imprint. Design of flat roofs with moldings, gallery, garage and porch with decorated iron columns, topped with black sheet metal roof.

Design of a country house

Nineteenth century country house that underwent a refurbishment and expansion in 1986 and again in 2006. The annex and the original house are connected with a patio with winter garden. The house of the nineteenth century is built with plaster and the annex with shaved brick.

Mediterranean style house design

House designed with a Mediterranean imprint with details in blacksmith and stone. With a surface of 320 m2, it consists of 2 plants and a large loft.

Neoclassical house design and construction

A house of neoclassical style presents in its design a patio-garden axis winter, with several environments that converge in these outdoor and semi-covered spaces. Inside, the spaces present a modern, very stylized imprint.

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Multipurpose construction on 3600 square meters - Offices and workspaces

Today to Facades World we have reached the design of a multipurpose construction consisting of 3600 square meters of workspaces for artists. A Condo of 18 lofts, shops and restaurants, The oficinas FDA and a community space rolled into one. Are you going to miss it? Look, we're about to start… Here we go!

Modern condominium - work offices

Located in the center of "Pennsylvania Arts District Avenue", the Loft Glass It is the result of a community-oriented planning process and active participation in the development of the project, through the residents of the neighborhood, artists and companies. Rather than seeing architecture as an absolute presence, this time the driving force behind it modern condominium construction it is an incomplete idea, which makes it a very original site.

At the core of the incomplete is the common space where people can interact: the change manifests itself, the predictable user, the unexpected meeting, where the space can be interpreted and completed. East modern architectural design invites interactivity to generate in its users various experiences and connections in the field of intellectual, physical and emotional.

This is how architecture demands users to have an open mind and a full commitment of their senses and minds, since this Condo of 3600 square meters It is an imperfect and incomplete space waiting to be transformed by the people who live and using it. Very deep do not you think?

Plans for construction in 3600 square meters

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Cabin designed with cedar wood - modern constructions on the beach

Today to Facades World a spectacular issue has arrived, it's about design of a cabin with cedar wood. But that's not all, since you can also see how the patio of this beautiful building is nothing more and nothing less than the beach. Do not miss it and once again follow us on this new journey in which right now we fasten our seatbelts to begin ... We take off!

Cabin built with cedar wood

Many know that wooden cabins with modern design they are one of the great attractions whatever the space in which they are located. In today's issue, which combines a modern wooden facade with stone, we will see an impressive Vacation residence facing the sea embedded in a hillside full of vegetation ... and also overlooking the Pacific Ocean. What more could you want?

Located on the west coast of Mexico in the city of San Juan de Alima, we can see how both the house and the pool really look integrated to the site which in turn is surrounded by vegetation and descends to the beach and the sea. A totally focal point is the modern design of a pool which we will emphasize, since it was designed to appear as if it were a little natural tide that fills and empties as the tide flows.

Initially, the design consisted of a raised roof of the floor as protection from the sun as a palapa and a space on the rock to contain water. This changed due to the potential of the landscape, leading to the roof to be designed again to obtain the result that we can already appreciate in the images.

El interior design It opens outward completely by letting air circulate and in natural light. The cedar wood finishes for the interior of the house They are responsible for accentuating the natural tone of the spaces. These natural conditions gave rise to a space that had not even been foreseen which gives originality to the design.

Interior design for beach hut

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Modern and natural house design using steel structure corten steel

Today Facades World We present you Owl Creek, an all weather adapted shelter located in the rocky landscape of Snowmass Mountain in Colorado, United States. Using steel structures corten steel is mixed directly in the forms of the land, the house has a triangular structural steel frame and a roof slope that allows water and snow to move downhill. Do you want to know a little more? Follow us… Let's start!

Corten steel metal structure - modern house design in the mountains

Skylab, the studio in charge of the project, has framed views of the mountainous landscape through two modern style facades. On the other hand, several openings fill the interiors with lots of natural light and minimize the visual separation from the exterior.

Built for two families, the residence has several private rooms and a set of common areas, which results in an intimate and open space. The steel structures corten steel It blends with its surroundings by mixing a selection of other earth-tone materials, such as wood and rock. Is Modern style house on the mountain It was created as a space for social relationships and enjoy the connection with the landscape of rocky mountains.

An entrance patio with the emetallic steel structures corten leads through a lobby to the lounge this house built in 390 square meters. The lower level contains the five dormitories of the house, which are distributed along a corridor that follows the V-shaped profile of the plan. On this floor we will also find amenities such as a steam room and hydromassage bathtub. The outdoor spaces open interior activity to the outside, including a triangular spa with a raised deck and a wide outside terrace right next to the kitchen.

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La Casa Torre - five-story construction made of concrete

Today Facades World We present, analyze and share La Casa Torre, a Five-story construction made of concrete. An ideal example to get ideas for our home both in the interior design part and also in the architectural part. Don't miss it, follow us one more time on this new journey…!

Five-story house made of concrete

The Tower House is an experiment of living in vertical, a building of 400 m2 which is compressed into a 6.5 x 12.5 m footprint that forces the program to climb five stories instead of spreading across the ground. What despite the stacked floors, generates in the design the experience of living in a house with a diversity of spatial types throughout its section.

A concrete frame provides the skeleton of a modern five-story facadeWhile central vertical circulation It allows openings on all sides and an exterior entrance to each room. The walls surround the interior spaces, while the balconies they move around each floor to open up to new views. The Room they are treated as pockets within the larger frame, minimizing the need for air conditioning and maintaining the connection to the outside.

HR Perforated windows around the wall they create an intimate experience, whose deeply protected view is found only when sitting. We will see how the design of this five-story house is based on two foundations: on the one hand to reflect a house, not a tower, and on the other hand use of verticality for a construction efficient and sensitive to climate. Each room inside the house opens from a ladder central, in the 1er and 4to floor the glass panels reveal the stair design already mentioned and they wrap it inside the rooms.

Como passive cooling element, the semi-open staircase causes air to enter the interior of the house, while ventilation in each room can be controlled by opening windows. We can appreciate how from the ground level to the 2do level, a ceramic screen it filters the light on the stairs, making it private and protecting it from rainwater.

Interior design in five-story house

Drawings, details and diagrams at 400 m2

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Floor level plant

 

First level floor
Second level floor
Third level floor
Fourth level floor
Fifth level floor
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Diagram concept
Structure diagram
Circulation diagram
Vertical life experience diagram
Energy efficiency diagram

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La Casa Rayuela, a modern construction of wood and glass

En Facades World we move again to Asia, to Japan to be more exact, and we bring you this new post in which we will see modern one-story wood and glass house, a very peculiar construction that we will analyze below, so that without further ado we will begin and as always ... we are waiting for you on this new journey, Here we go!

One-story house built with wood and glass

As indicated by the title of this new entry, this modern construction of a floor made of wood and glass It was thought thinking about the hopscotch game, that is, a building in parts where each one has its function, a design «1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1», which led to a series of housing of solutions that we discuss below.

This house built on a land of 155.0 m2 it led to the following solutions ... On the one hand, the divided parts of the house are united in each shift position, thus some Waistlines (join / divide points) and also some Lagoons (spaces with a function) in the house could be achieved . In this way, a resident can relax in one of these lagoons and maintain distance from others.

On the other hand, the double position (divided parts) created a patio that would bring light and air to the interior design of the house. Finally, the double spaces in this position (divided parts) are also useful as corridors to connect individual units. Not only does this reduce the space that would have been needed for the runners, but it would also give them some opportunities to feel closer to others with ease, as it is important to measure the distance from others. Without a doubt, a modern one-story house design very peculiar… as our Asian friends have used to us.

Interior design in a modern flat house

One-story house plans on a plot of 155 m2

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Refugio Cubica - Modern three-story houses in Colombia

With the help of Camacho Architecture Studies, he arrives today Facades World this new entry in which we will share the design of two modern houses in Paipa, Colombia. It's about two buildings located on a corner lot of approximately 314.85 m² where the built area is 116.45 m² for each home. Do not miss it, we start right now!

Modern three-story houses - industrial constructions

Then you will appreciate a modular construction that grows vertically in looking for an ideal space to meet human and environmental needs. Both housing units were designed under the same criteria: modular monolithic skeleton, context linkage, materials that respect the environment, lighting, cross ventilation, functionality and sustainable comfort. We will see how both share the parking area and barbecue.

Each module of this modern three-story house It consists of three levels. In the first we will find the main access to the house and to an independent room. When we go up we have the second level which is framed by a large window on the facade ideal to let the exterior lighting invade the interior spaces. In addition to this, a room, kitchen y dining room, accompanied by the room principal. The third level, relieves the verticality with a void towards the main space of the house, and is made up of two secondary rooms.

With regard to the three-story facade and we will be able to appreciate, the structure falls along with a series of frames that configure large windows representing the transparency and illumination of the internal spaces and the composition of color in rectangles of superboard, generating mosaics that give dynamism to the modern three-story building.

Three-story house plan with modern facade

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Second level
Third level
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Front facade
Right Side Facade
Left Side Facade
Rear Facade
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Axonometric 1
Axonometric 2
Axonometric 3
Axonometric 4

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Wooden Houses - Ideas and Tips for Construction

At Facades World We know that fashion houses will never go out of fashion even when technology advances every second, that's why on the day of the date we thought it would be good to share a good article with them. ideas for the construction of wooden houses. Don't miss out, fasten those seatbelts because… we're kicking off!

Wooden houses - ideas and tips

Wood also has numerous benefits that we are going to talk about in our article today. Some of these benefits are obvious, but some will surprise you and convince you to opt for a wooden house. Get inspired with this list of photos of wooden houses!

A wooden house is warm, durable and has character. Wood is a natural material which makes a wooden house organic farming. This material is also sustainable and is one of the oldest within the construction, so that in all parts of the world the popularity of the construction of wooden houses it is constantly increasing.

Como important factors in the use of wood as a construction material We can mention the energy efficiency, the healthy living environment, the short construction time and the affordable prices with respect to other materials. The wood is also flexible, durable and resistant.

Nowadays, prefabrication is the most advanced way to build a house and there are many luxurious houses that are built with this system and can benefit from different types of manufacturing technologies and different types of construction. This completely changed the way we look at the prefabricated wooden houses.

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