Contemporary Home in São Paulo, Brazil by Drucker Arquitetura
Drucker Arquitetura have designed this contemporary home on top of the hill Morumbi in Brazil. The house is one of many which are now being constructed which take into account green architecture, this home happens to have sewage treatment, solar heaters, cross ventilation, windows with heat control, polystyrene insulation and digital control of lighting, all of which are designed to reduce the properties carbon footprint. Photography by Joao Ribeiro.
Via Freshome – Interior Design & Architecture Magazine
September 22, 2010 | Property | View comments
Kuala Lumpur-based design studio Twenty-Nine Design has completed the Hijauan House. This beautiful two-storey contemporary property can be found in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the architects: “Situated on a small plot in a mature residential development, we took the Malay term ‘Hijau’ meaning ‘green’ as our design directive. Our aim was to avoid chopping [...]
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Located in the sought after area of Cap Ferrat, this exceptional contemporary property with outstanding views over the Mediterranean is perched on the Cap Ferrat. The luxury villa can be found in the French Riviera in the Côte d’Azur, France. We spotted this beautiful villa on Leo Trippi. With stunning landscaped gardens spreading over extensive terraced [...]
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