The external walls are insulated using panels made of reinforced concrete to provide quake resistance and comfort. The distinct entrance to the house exhibits a distinguished appearance to the street.
According to the designers the courtyard becomes a private day and night time oasis with fire water and cantilevered stair case leading to the front door which seconds as bleacher style seating for watching swimmers in the 60 foot long wet edge lap pool.
The Residence for a Briard is a 3800 square-foot contemporary home designed by Sander Architects located in Culver City Los Angeles County California USA. As the name suggests the home was built with the client’s dog Hobbes a Briard being the main factor in choosing everything from stair design to finishing materials.
And the house exhibits the quality of his dedication. You cannot find any right-angled corners or sharp edges in the design of this house. A naturally shaped rocky pool on the outside with the hilly areas surrounding the building will push your mind to a state of tranquility.
The completed cost of Residence for a Briard is $700000 or $160/sq-feet. The system is very simple to erect with the cost being just a fraction of the standard construction cost. What do you think of this idea- a sustainable hybrid home?