2012 best home designs



10. Nettleton 199 by SAOTA and OKHA Interiors
Located in Cape Town, South Africa, this jaw-dropping home let’s you see directly through it – from the back yard you can see right through the house to the pool and then to the Atlantic Ocean. Completely dreamy…


9. Spa House by Metropolis Design
A mountainside guest house that’s meant for relaxing with its large infinity pool and underwater viewing room/spa where you can peep the people swimming.


8. Potts Point Apartment by Anthony Gill Architects
A tiny apartment gets a renovation to give the young child a space of its own, while still giving the parent’s a separate pullout bed that’s hidden in a partition wall/bookcase.


7. Curtain Door by Matharoo Associates
A massive door made of 40 sections of thick wood that feather out giving the appearance of a curve, much like a curtain would make.


6. Sweden’s Smallest Apartment
Proposed affordable housing for students in Lund, Sweden brings about this teeny, tiny cottage that comes complete with everything one might need while attending school.


5. Villa Amanzi by Original Vision Architecture
A multi-leveled, luxury villa in Phuket, Thailand that will knock your socks off, with traces of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water and the seamless way it seems to grow out of rock it sits on.


4. The Candy Room by Red Design Group
A candy store full of sweet goodness and one-of-a-kind design that has customers wanting to just hang out in the childlike space.


3. World’s Thinnest House: Keret House by Jakub Szczesny
This two-story, triangular shaped house is sandwiched between two buildings and would you believe that it’s only four feet wide?


2. LEGO PMD by Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord
For every kid that grew up but didn’t want to, this office was made for you! Can you imagine working where there are endless LEGO bricks and a slide?

And the best design goes to…


1. Micro Cabin in Finland
This small cabin in the woods of Finland overlooking a lake is exactly what the man who designed and built it was looking for – 146-square feet of space made from mostly recycled materials and a tight budget.

via Design-Milk


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