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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Minimalist - Deconstruction Architecture Villas


Minimalist Villas - Deconstruction Villas

Minimalist Deconstruction Homes
This is what “twisted architecture” should actually be about: great looking buildings with completely unexpected angles and creative approaches. It’s a new idea of combination between minimalist and deconstruction style. “The Villa” comes from Studio Daniel Libeskind, a company with offices in USA as well as in Europe. Here are some words from the architects’ website concerning this project: ” The Villa creates a new dialogue between contemporary living and a completely new experience of space.
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Minimalist Interior
Minimalist Interior

Built from premium materials, this German-made, sculptural living space meets the highest standards in design, craftsmanship and sustainability. It is unique at every turn, offering maximum insulation and durability, cutting-edge technologies and compliance with some of the toughest energy-saving standards across the world”. So not only an impressive design, but also a sustainable living space built from last minute technologies.
Minimalist Living rooms
Minimalist Living rooms

Villa Extension
Wooden Deconstruction Villa Extension

DECONSTRUCTION VILLA

Wooden Deconstruction Architecture Villa Extension


Deconstruction Design ideas
Deconstruction Designs

Designed by Amsterdam Architect, O+A, the villa has an awsome facade. O+A was commissioned by a private client to design the addition to a detached villa. The Architect used wooden deconstruction at the extension building as the vocal point of Villa. The project brief entailed the design of a carport for two cars and a conference space. In avoiding a cacophony of material and form, the villa was taken as a starting point for this latest addition. The particular shape of the roof is a result of bureaucratic zoning law limitations, technical limitations in constructing a foundation next to the existing house, and demands in terms of use. The architectural ambition is especially evident beneath this roof, where the functions ‘conferencing’ and ‘parking’ form two intersecting L-shaped volumes. The climatised conference space is enclosed with minimally detailed, structural glazing. The carport is not climatised and is enclosed with timber boards, which seamlessly continue into the ceiling- and wall finishing. Beneath the roof, an interesting dialogue arises between material and space. The project was completed in July 2009.

Deconstruction Architectural Projects

Home Extensions
Home Extensions

WOODEN Deconstruction Projects
Deconstruction Projects
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
Deconstruction Architecture
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
Modern minimalist Living Room with fireplace
Modern deconstruction Interior Design
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
Deconstruction Architecture

WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION

home extensions


WOODEN DECONSTRUCTION
Home Extensions
Source: http://archiwork.net

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