Can you imagine a bungalow of the 1960s transforming into a modern home on two levels? A old bungalow built by architect Wilfried Hilger has been changed into a new residence by the Germany-based studio Christ.Christ Associated Architects. House S once used to be a bungalow with just one level.
This small two-storey home is situated on an area of 775 sq ft. The house is very well designed by the Japanese Studio Takeshi Hosaka Architects. The Room Room House was designed for a family with deaf parents and two children. The house has two levels.
Some residences excel in comfort others in minimalist design. Some homes are built to last others are built to amaze. This Malibu House you can see in the photos is a mixture of all the features that make a dream home something you dream about every day.
With many artistic pieces and other structures the decor is a remarkable part of the design. The wooden crafts in the interior and the spread of large glass windows are really appreciable.
The house is chic with unconventional styling employed so as to augment the lighting and spaces of the rooms. Novel stuff such as stepped floors and Chartreuse yellow shelving make the interior stunning.