Weinheim, Germany, this family home has a design that reflects the division of the internal space structure. The street-facing facades are almost always compact and closed, with the aim of ensuring privacy. This allows the garage to blend seamlessly and fit the bottom layer in a natural way.
In 2014, architect Paul Bernier redesigned a private home in Estre, Canada, and offered a new look. The new design is minimalist with a subtle sculptural look. The garage is located at the back of the house, hidden and seamlessly connected to other spaces.
This house in Vancouver was originally built in the 1980s and has recently been transformed into a modern home with new interiors and a range of updated features. In addition to the new distribution of indoor space, D'Arcy Jones Architecture also provides a neat garage for the house with an open carport extension.
When designing the M4 house in Higashino-machi, Japan, the team of the architect firm ensured that the site was fully utilized. They gave the house plenty of room and a good privacy. The garage is designed without a carport or a traditional fence, it simply completes the house, which houses the car and the bike, with no boundaries.
A house can look simple and doesn’t look monotonous, or like other homes around. Take this as an example. This is a house in Sydney, Australia, designed by Choi Ropiha Fighera. Despite the simplicity of the garage and driveway sections, it has a lot of personality.
When this gorgeous house was built in Cape Town, South Africa, the client wanted a holiday home that could be the perfect place to retire. It must be modern and provide a view of the ocean with a limited budget. The team at Gavin Maddock Design Studio presented a very clean design that contrasted perfectly with the surrounding environment. The rich wooden garage module is particularly satisfactory in a way that complements the clear white lines of the rest of the house.
This is an amazing example of the home that stands out because of the elegant and complex contrast between the garage door and the rest of the building. In this case, the design created by Mark Brand Architecture also gave a great focus. The garage door is made of wood and features five thin horizontal windows.
The architect Christopher Simmonds did not make the garage stand in stark contrast to the other facades of the house, but by making the floor white, while covering the upper layer with stained wood, like a garage, let the house. The dynamic is very interesting.
Sometimes limit leads to new and creative creations, as well as new and unique ways of dealing with this problem. This is the case in this home, which was built in a steep location in Vancouver, Canada. The house is highlighted from the hillside and due to limited construction, the architect must be innovative and create a series of suspended spaces that form unspoiled land beneath it. The garage is a structure that has to be placed on the ground.
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