This house is located in the beautiful area near Sao Paulo, Brazil. Designed to be a pavilion supported only by five columns, the home has bedrooms, a living room, dining room and balconies facing a pool overlooking the beautiful beach of Guaruja. The house become a great holiday house for a family with two kids who likes to have a guests. Even though the site is really beatiful it wasn’t easiest place for construction. A structural 18m deck above the ground was used as an artificial foundation. Above this deck the whole building is made of metal. The house only has two floors and is accessible from the second one because it’s attached to the street. The first volume features housekeeper’s house, kitchen, service-area, steam bath, gym and four bedrooms. This house is one of those houses that makes architects to be proud of their work.
A new fabric book just came out from Thomas Paul for Duralee and we thought we'd share it with you. If you are familiar with Thomas Paul fabrics, you probably know how fun and cheerful they are. Just so perfect for spring...
Here are some of the new patterns:
These patterns are made of cotton/linen and run about $50/yard retail. You can get it for less at our fabric store (about 30% less). The rest of the book can be viewed here.
- Make our home memorable "live", naturally, the air traffic can be passed yangg healthy (refresh-always up to date) and a smooth circulation of air in the house ventilation holes, which form the design we adapt our tastes, like minimalist style, classic, Mediterranean , natural, and so on.
- The reflected sunlight to illuminate our homes with the windows transparent window, if necessary with certain door a transparent, means can use a glass material, polycaarbonate, and other glassblock.
- Make a simple design a beautiful house in accordance with the needs and volume of activity and the capacity of member of our family members.
We saw this item at one of our favorite designers's web site, Gary Hutton. We love the simplicity of it. It looks great by itself, but it'll look really pretty with an orchid plant and some moss too.
You can find the clam shelf here.
I like the way they resemble birds nests.
I planted pansies nestled amongst spanish moss.
And to finish out the display and give it height, I added
beautiful red branches a dear neighbor clipped for me.Nests, pansies and branches---the perfect spring combination!
that this little blog has been
nominated for the JDR Industry Blogger Awards!!!
to be listed among a group of talented bloggers.
The winner receives $500.
Wow, I know a few projects I could finish with that kind of money!
to vote for Joys of Home.