Sloping roof houses, of course, we rarely encountered today because many of them are now more inclined to a modern minimalist home. This is definitely unique Chenchow Little is one of the most innovative team of architects out of Australia at this time. Project is work of Tony Chenchow and Stephanie Little who make Chenchow Little Architects. The three-storey home is constructed out of steel, zing and glass, both interior and facades are a showcase of architecture vs geometry. Housing construction projects are mostly working within the confines of the house needs, and design concepts. But to house the sloping roof, the design is really built around strict building code guidelines for the environment.
Designed by Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample of design office MOS Design, the combination cabin/boat dock is located on an island in Lake Huron, Ontario, and floats atop a structure of steel pontoons. This floating house combines country-cottage flair and a wonderful watery appeal for the swimmers, boaters and fishermen out there. Its breathtaking location and cutting-edge design is really a sight to behold both day and night. This floating house sits on the water among windswept trees and the characteristic, rocky Canadian Shield terrain – not an easy spot to built, but definitely worth the effort. This picturesque spot, a 20-minute boat ride from the mainland, provides the perfect backdrop for this island house, which has been described as a “necklace” of buildings strung around the island – a main cottage with an integrated boathouse and dock, and a series of separate cottages to accommodate the many overnight guests that clamber to spend summers here.
See this Stylish and Sustainable Home Design Ideas with Simple Design –Blue Sky Homes. A great house with simple and minimalist design, that built on a rocky plan. A collaborative effort between the prefabricated home developer Blue Sky Homes LLC and Palm Springs architect Lance O’Donnell o2 Architecture; SF 1000 this house is located in the Mojave Desert in 4000 ‘above sea level. The program called a residency, sustainable modestly sized to serve as a prototype for a line of prefabricated homes. Special attention was paid to the positioning of the site and building orientation. Inspired by Le Corbusier’s “Domino”, the building contains a pure structure of columns and planes. Adaptability is not created by the walls and openings of cargo that can be moved within the structure to meet a variety of site conditions.