rene gonzalez architects: indian creek house
 
rene gonzalez architects: indian creek house rene gonzalez architects: indian creek house
jul 15, 2009

rene gonzalez architects: indian creek house

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house by rene gonzalez architect takes the expansive views of biscayne bay, miami. the house is designed as a series of pavillions that are connected to gardens. they are enclosed with wood louvers and orchestrate compositions of light patterns. stone walls are used  to create a sense of permanence. inside the house, stone walls, stepping stones and pools become canvases for the reflections of light. the whole project was developed based on light pattern studies.

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek island image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

 

 

indian creek house plan image courtesy rene gonzalez architects

  • what medium was used here??? it kicks @$$!

    koop says:

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