In the Architecture category, HomeWorldDesign presents you beautiful and modern houses, amazing buildings and stunning architecture structures born from the creativity and imagination of the best architects and designers in the world. The eye can enjoy a virtual tour of the most attractive homes in the world of indoor and outdoor presentations, of some of the most amazing residential projects and more. Expect to see the presentation of architectural projects of all cultures and tastes. Simple viewing of works by ingenious architects and designers can help you to transform your room or house into a dream home.
RobitailleCurtis proudly introduces Chalet Papillon, nestled in the picturesque Laurentian Mountains, north of Montréal. The chalet is perched high above Lac Notre-Dame and was designed as a rural getaway for a young family and their friends.
This is a family home in the Wellington suburb of Whitby, sitting amongst manuka forest and overlooking a relatively undeveloped bush filled valley. The owners were inspired by this setting and wanted a home with spaces that nestled amongst the trees.
Omar Gandhi Architects introduce Rockbound, a house that emerges from rocky terrain mirroring the contours of its Atlantic coastline. Rockbound's realization was the result of a harmonious collaboration between a strong team of builders and consultants.
Located in a private area and between two access roads, one for vehicles and the other one for pedestrians, the ''U'' plan gently opens onto the lawn and palm trees, framing them and placing a pool in its center.
The project consists in the transformation of a duplex on Garnier Street into a cottage with a rental studio in the basement. Located in the heart of the Petite-Patrie district, the existing duplex is part of a series of two-storey dwellings
To deal with the form of a residential building in the middle of a small village, not a city, was an interesting challenge for us. The existing non-functional production area was also losing its sense in this location in terms of urban planning
Situated in the heart of Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana, this mountain retreat rises into the dense fir and pine trees, offering a close connection to the natural environment for the owner family.
The first of two Merge housing projects referred to by their location on Condor Street, this project might be more aptly described as an albatross: a problem of development pressures and site demands solved through subtle formal and material strategies.
Designed as a getaway for a Brooklyn-based couple, Bay Bay House (known as ‘The Navel Observatory’ to those on the island) embraces simplicity and function. Positioned on stilts, the home appears to float on the tall grass reed landscape
The Sun Shelter (Refúgio do Sol) emerges as an elegant country house designed to welcome a couple during the weekends. The project embraces a fusion of construction techniques, such as rammed earth, hand-rammed earth and reinforced mortar
Like all projects from the office, the inspiration for this house was to find the balance between the built space and the environment. Not only with regards to the structural design in wood but also considering the local climate conditions.
The family for whom we designed this house had one request above all others: that we create an all-enveloping haven for them. In response to their wishes, our starting point for the central design concept was to create a family bubble