Thursday, July 15, 2010

Modern Interior House Design by Kanner Architects in California

Modern House Design by Kanner Architects in California, USA

This house is designed to capture the breathtaking views stretching from the Bay Bridge Golden Gate Bridge. Floor to ceiling glass clear the way for unobstructed views. This trend is mainly in the south-western part of the roof needed to reduce glare and soften the light quality at home. Clients, with several grown children, wanted to create an ideal home for life as Chesters empty, but still a pleasant place for their children and other guests often. Therefore, four-bedroom house was designed as two different volume connected by glass bridges.

This book is essential for all owners who are looking for the ultimate in luxury. Master suite is a large open area with glass walls linking citizens with their location and capture the hearts bay. Tub and shower open to the bedroom and separated from the outside only by glass. Also this structure is the main open plan living room and kitchen.

Secondary volumes, the building faces the street, which contains fewer key functions: a, Carport three hotels conservatory and recreation room. Comprehensive parts and modern in its aesthetic, the house has only a few ingredients and fewer colors. concrete floors, steel and glass window system, and a predominantly white composition of the Cabinet and to determine the composition of minimalist furniture. Colours will be introduced with a blue plaster smooth, landscaping, artwork and dramatic scenery. plaster it, trowelled begin detailed herring bone coat, has the effect of shimmering metallic look finish.

Folded walls of this building - an hourglass in the plan - in response to the client's desire to shape curved as well as strategies to meet city setback rules. Rather than requiring that the building is set back a certain distance from property lines, city planners will allow clients to withdraw an average distance of home. It also serves in turn to make a visual compression, which has the effect of the volume is stuck in the middle and exploded views of the glass fa├žade.


Glass Wall Design

Large Bathroom Design with City View

Modern Contemporary Living Room Design

Modern Bedroom Design with Wooden Bed

Modern Kitchen Design

Wooden Stair Design

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