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Gartner Trovato Architects have recently completed the Bayview House in NSW, Australia. This house is I think best for sloping ground specially on mountain parts. What is good about this design is that it is applicable as a typical house with its modern look. The railings on the sliding whole length windows are use as barriers for safety. Done for both aesthetics, air flow and safety as well. Sometimes what is wrong with nowadays designs are used with unopenable large windows without consideration for airflow and safety just so that their design would look good. (more…)
This is the new look of Waiuku Church. The project involved the refurbishment and extension of an existing 1960’s ‘A-frame’ Church. The church space has been re-organised to increase seating capacity and a new lounge, kitchen, office and meeting rooms added. (more…)
The curtains we install on our windows can help save energy. Ordinary curtains allow the sun and its hot rays to penetrate through them and into the room. This is the type of heat that will take a toll on your central cooling system, making it work harder to maintain the desired temperature. This means that more energy is consumed. This is not good for your air-conditioners, your wallet, or the planet. (more…)
This is the winning entry in the Italian sports car manufacturer Maserati. it is in partnership with Architectural Digest Magazine and they held two years ago (2009). It is a contest that invited applicants to design a dream garage fit for parking a Maserati. The garage design contest received many interesting entries and Maserati just now announced the winning design. The winning garage design was by Holger Schubert from LA in US. (more…)
I have not posted in a while for I am busy but let us start this project together with the new year. So let me greet everyone a very wonderful and happy New Year. We will post a lot of tips this year so subscribe in our rss to keep updated.