PHOTOS: $3.6 million home hits Ocean City market
(Courtesy Svetlana Leahy) Courtesy Svetlana Leahy You can see views of the surrounding marsh, the beach and the boardwalk.(Courtesy Svetlana Leahy) Courtesy Svetlana Leahy You can see views of the surrounding marsh, the beach and the boardwalk.(Courtesy Svetlana Leahy) Courtesy Svetlana Leahy The home’s fitness center.(Courtesy Svetlana Leahy) Courtesy Svetlana Leahy A personal putting green is part of the property.(Courtesy Svetlana Leahy) Courtesy Svetlana Leahy There’s no room for clutter in this garage — a glass door shows off your ride.
Building A Bridge Between Two Homes
Building A Bridge Between Two HomesThe idea of building a bridge between two homes is more popular than you think.You hardly ever see any new building with skywalks, but here are some examples.Bridge Between Two HomesThe idea of connecting two homes via a sky walk or sky bridge is somewhat novel.Why not just walk outside or just connect two building on the ground the most traditional way.The cost of building a bridge between two homes seems prohibitive, but when the option to connect two homes on the ground isn’t available, then a sky bridge becomes a great option.
Bridge connects two sides of lakeside home by Pierre Thibault
A pair of separate volumes connected by a covered bridge form Atelier Pierre Thibault's latest project, a lakeside residence in rural Quebec.The dining area, kitchen, and a double-height living room on the ground floor have direct access to a generous deck that surrounds the home.In the living room, a double-height concrete chimney complements this aesthetic.Other examples of their work include a forest residence raised on stilts and geometric white house with a double-height living room.Related story Rooftop bridge connects riverside house and roadside cafe in a South Korean valleyPhotography is by Maxime BrouilletProject credits:Architect: Atelier Pierre ThibaultTeam: Pierre Thibault, Claudia Campeau
A Zen House Divided In Two Separate Volumes Linked By A Bridge
of 21 Zen House bed and tub combo Zen House bedroom and tub Zen House firewood storage Zen House black walls and floor Zen House clothes rack suspended Zen House kitchen area Zen House lounge chair Zen House terrace and window Zen House desk area Zen House upstairs desk Zen House interior structure Zen House interior stairs Zen House bridge between volumes Zen House large tree between buildings Zen House sun shades Zen House interior courtyard Zen House outdoor yard Zen House passage between volumes Zen House side facade Zen House site and view Zen House two volumes A Zen House Divided In Two Separate Volumes Linked By A Bridge Buy NowIt’s hard to separate work from home, especially when you actually have an office at home.Architect Petr Stolin illustrated this separation of the functions by organizing the space in two separate volumes.This strategy was employed when designing the Zen House, an unusual residence located in Liberec, in the Czech Republic.The entire project was organized in two separate volumes with two separate color palettes.One of the volumes is based on white as a main color while the other is centered around black.
Beautiful Bridge House Suspended Across A Ravine In Ohio
The Bridge House is a contemporary home designed by Peninsula Architects, located in a low key neighborhood of 1970’s era split level houses in Akron, Ohio.This home was designed to blend in with its surroundings yet stand out as a remarkable site response at the same time.One enters the site on a bridge suspended over the landscape of water and native plants.What We Love: The Bridge House is a highly detailed structure that celebrates the connection of materials and the integration of the architecture into the landscape.A fantastic interior layout offers complete privacy for the bedroom spaces, keeping them separated from the main living spaces.
Two Homes Connected by an Underground Tunnel Are on the Market for
If you've ever wanted to live in a home with an underground tunnel, you're in luck: Two sprawling residences connected by a subterranean passageway in Carthage, Missouri, are now on the market for a combined $3.1 million.The original home on the lot, which is known as the Carter House—named for its original owner, Dr. John Carter, a Civil War veteran—was built between 1893 and 1896.She lived there until her death at the age of 96 in 2019, and her family has owned both dwellings ever since.Holmes PhotographyBoth homes feature ornate woodwork and chandeliers, Carthage marble, and stained-glass windows galore.You might've seen it on the Instagram account Zillow Gone Wild.)
American Copper Buildings
Residential skyscrapers in Manhattan, New YorkThe American Copper Buildings (originally known as 626 First Avenue) are a pair of luxury residential skyscrapers in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. The official name of the towers - The American Copper Buildings - was released in April 2016 as the property launched initial leasing efforts.The two separate structures opened in phases for renters, with American Copper West opening in April 2017 and American Copper East in late 2018.Lobby walls utilize stone instead of wood, and the buildings' copper covering begins approximately 20 feet (6.1 m) above the ground, preventing potential damage from high waters.Best Tall Building – Americas, 2018, Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Tall Buildings Awards.
Singapore's Newest Residential Building Features Sky Bridges and
Safdie Architects—a firm that first gained fame with its experimental design, Habitat 67, at the 1967 World’s Fair in Montreal—recently completed a residential complex in Singapore.Located six miles from the city-state’s downtown, the 38-story structure isn’t far from the firm’s most renowned building in Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.At the very top of the building is the third bridge, which features a swimming pool nearly 400 feet in the sky.And for those who like the gardens that the sky bridges provide but want to be surrounded by even more nature, Singapore’s famous botanical garden is a mere ten-minute drive from Safdie’s new complex.Safdie Architects’ newest residential building stands out in Singapore’s skyline for its unique fractal-based design.
The Surprising Feature You're About to See In Homes Everywhere
Until now: Skywalks, also known as skyways or sky bridges, are popping up in houses across the country.Here's what you should know about the jaw-dropping feature that's both functional and beautiful.Patrick O'Brien for Kiawah Island Real EstateOf course, like all things, skywalks have their setbacks.Patrick O'Brien for Kiawah Island Real EstateAnd thanks to these advancements, you can expect to see more and more glass structures in future homes."There will be more 'rooms' that turn into quasi atriums as these hallways have been turned into 'skywalks,'" Wenzel predicts.
Urban skyways very often take the form of enclosed or covered footbridges that protect pedestrians from the weather.Sometimes enclosed urban skywalks are made almost totally from glass, including ceilings, walls and floors.Also, some urban skyways function strictly as linear parks designed for walking.A number of cities (for example, Spokane, Washington) have given intricate analysis to skywalk systems employing computer models to optimize skywalk layout. Woo (2012) found that skywalk systems could be negatively associated with promoting consumerism.
30 Examples of Connected Buildings
I just find buildings beautiful, so awe-inspiring and so peaceful.1) Let’s start simple, a slither of glass joins these two stone buildings filling the space with light.14) Two dark cladded buildings are connected by a white entryway.16) Chunky wood frames glass linking two stone buildings.19) A little shelter from the elements, a glass pitched roof follows the pattern of the neighbouring buildings.
Friends of the High Line [ edit ]The line is maintained by Friends of the High Line, which was founded by Joshua David and Robert Hammond. When the city donated $5 million to the High Line in 2012, there was criticism that most city parks had received less funding that year, especially since Friends of the High Line had raised an extra $85 million that year.In 2016, Friends of the High Line launched the High Line Network to support similar infrastructure re-use projects being developed in other cities.The 1979 film Manhattan includes a shot of the High Line as director and star Woody Allen speaks the first line: "Chapter One.In 2001 (two years after the formation of the Friends of the High Line), photographer Joel Sternfeld documented the High Line's flora and dilapidation in his book, Walking the High Line.
Walking across the Manhattan Bridge & the Brooklyn Bridge
the Manhattan Bridge is the upper one and the Brooklyn Bridge is the lower one.The Brooklyn BridgeThe Brooklyn Bridge turned out to be a very different experience from the Manhattan Bridge.It would have been better on a sunny Saturday if I’d started with the Brooklyn Bridge and then done the Manhattan Bridge.The Manhattan Bridge has one end right in Chinatown, while the Brooklyn Bridge puts you closer to the Financial district.On the other side, the Brooklyn Bridge will bring you closer to Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park, while the Manhattan Bridge ends in the DUMBO neighborhood nearby downtown Brooklyn.
Elevated enclosed passageway in Florence, ItalyCoordinates:Inside view of the Vasari Corridor from the Uffizi Gallery toward Palazzo PittiThe Vasari Corridor (Italian: Corridoio Vasariano) is an elevated enclosed passageway in Florence, central Italy, connecting the Palazzo Vecchio with the Palazzo Pitti.The corridor conceals part of the façade of the Church of Santa Felicità.History and overview [ edit ]The Vasari Corridor was built in five months by order of Duke Cosimo I de' Medici in 1565, to the design of Giorgio Vasari.In the middle of Ponte Vecchio, the corridor is characterized by a series of panoramic windows facing the Arno, in the direction of the Ponte Santa Trinita.In its Uffizi section, the Vasari Corridor is used to exhibit the museum's famous collection of self-portraits.
Houses For Sale in Wilmington NC
Wilmington, NC- One of the most unique luxury homes in the tri-county area was listed for sale in September.The home is nicknamed “Three Bridges,” because it is made up of three structures, all connected by bridges.“Obviously, last September’s numbers were pretty easy to beat” says Kathleen Baylies Broker-in-Charge at Just For Buyers Realty.As the name implies, Just For Buyers Realty serves only buyers.Contact Just For Buyers Realty by calling 910-202-4813 or by e-mail at in[email protected], or visit www.JustForBuyersRealty.com
Say goodbye to the last two houses in downtown Akron
Say goodbye to the last two houses in downtown AkronThe general public is invited to visit the last two houses in downtown Akron before they are torn down.Nearly 125 years old, the condemned buildings are at 245 and 249 S. High St. behind St. Bernard Catholic Church.They were built in the late 1890s when hundreds of single-family homes were located downtown.Initially, it will be a “simple ground space,” which could be developed into “another beautiful place to be in downtown Akron,” possibly a brick plaza for memorials or an outdoor site for parish meetings.The only thing certain is that the last two houses in downtown Akron will be torn down this month.
Architects own Tudor Home Redefined
Jacob Lilley of Jacob Lilley Architects spent his childhood in a house that was 600-years-old in which the roof rafters were made of tree trunks.The interior also hadn’t been significantly updated in decades: rooms were choppy and the layout wasn’t conducive to modern family living.Glass accordion doors on two sides of the spacious room open to the outdoors.In order to add on the family room, however, the existing terraces had to be deconstructed and rebuilt.“We went with a transitional feel to create a nice resonance between the old and new details of the house,” says Lilley.
The Most Impressive 3D
The Most Impressive 3D-Printed Bridge ProjectsMikahila L. Published on November 5, 2021 byIn the construction industry, additive manufacturing is being widely used today.In terms of structures and walkways of urban architecture, 3D-printed bridge projects have multiplied in recent years.MX3D Bridge in AmsterdamDebuted in July 2021, this 3D-printed metal bridge was installed in the Red Light District of Amsterdam.Acciona 3D-Prints a Bridge in MadridWe could say that these were the first 3D-printed bridges installed in the world.The First 3D-Printed Bridge in the NetherlandsIn 2017, the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE) and the company BAM Infra designed the first 3D printed concrete bridge in the Netherlands.
Wooden Balcony Connecting Two Houses In Old City Part Of Stock
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For the adjacent surf break, see Habitat 67 (standing wave)Coordinates:Habitat 67, as seen from street level.HABITAT 67, or simply Habitat, is a housing complex at Cité du Havre, on the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie.Safdie's design for Habitat 67 began as a thesis project for his architecture program at McGill University.As a symbol of Expo 67, which was attended by over 50 million people during the six months it was open, Habitat 67 gained worldwide acclaim as a "fantastic experiment" and "architectural wonder".Panorama [ edit ]Habitat 67 as seen from Montreal's portFurther reading [ edit ]See also [ edit ]
23 Boat House Design Ideas
This boat house is essentially a detached garage behind the house.When combined with the white garage doors and accents, this boat house design is a very traditional design with some unique accents.This may not be your traditional boat house design, but this dock structure is perfect for those that store their boat in mild climates.This boat house design features classic Americana design characteristics.This boat house design is a simple structure with elegant accents.
This Forest House Consists of Two Volumes Connected by Metal Bridges
Forest house is a single-family home designed by Mexico City-based Grupoarquitectura.The house is located in the hills of Mexico City, in the suburb of Tepozcuautla.Description by Grupoarquitectura: The house consists of two very geometric separate volumes of concrete, one for services and other for the principal areas of the house.The staircase is part of these bridges and neither touches the Forest, is completely blown from the house.All the structural system of the house is completely at plain sight so we can see how their performance is and how they work with all the structural elements of the house.