Organic Architecture by Architect Bart Prince

The design of a home is one of the most important point besides the decoration of the interior. Living in a home without a good well thought design and construction can block one’s energy of stream of life and happiness they say. Do I believe in this?

Well yes. Why? Well, some houses give you a positive feeling by only looking at the photos. More it will living in such a house like the one shown below. This house is built following the rules of organic architecture by architect Bart Prince.

The organic residence from outside in the evening light.

The organic residence from outside in the evening light.

Organic architecture is an attractive philosophy of architecture  which promotes complete harmony between human habitation and the surrounding natural world through design approaches so sympathetic and well integrated with its site that buildings, furnishings, and surroundings become part of a unified, interrelated composition.

Nice designed wooden stairs in egg-shape.

Nice designed wooden stairs in egg-shape.

Bart Prince is an American-born architect from Albuquerque (New Mexico). He is known for his organic and flowing architectural forms that are designed to harmonize with the environment.

Great view to all open spaces inside the house shot from the stairway.

Great view to all open spaces inside the house shot from the stairway.

Room with a view, the elevated dining room.

Room with a view, the elevated dining room.

The featured home has been designed for Steve Skilken in Columbus Ohio (owner of a Real Estate and a Health, Wellness and Fitness company). The curvilinear glass-and-copper-clad residence had to be beautiful from the air, since Steve comes in by helicopter. The home is therefor not only in harmony with the surroundings but also with the sky. Wouldn’t it be nice to live there?

The entrance of the organic dream house.

The entrance of the organic dream house.

Waking up in complete harmony with the surroundings. The bedroom which has a private balcony, is set at the top of a spiral staircase that links the four rooms in the bedroom wing.

Waking up in complete harmony with the surroundings. The bedroom which has a private balcony, is set at the top of a spiral staircase that links the four rooms in the bedroom wing.

The royal looking entrance of the house and a great place to relax en meditate. You can see the diningroom on the right side above. There is a lot of daylight in every corner. A 75-foot-long pool winds its way along the lower level of the house. “The owner wanted a lap pool running through a tropical garden, with palm trees and bananas and views of the sky,” the architect says. “The living spaces are arranged around that.”

The royal looking entrance of the house and a great place to relax en meditate. You can see the diningroom on the right side above. There is a lot of daylight in every corner. A 75-foot-long pool winds its way along the lower level of the house. “The owner wanted a lap pool running through a tropical garden, with palm trees and bananas and views of the sky,” the architect says. “The living spaces are arranged around that.”

Bringing nature inside the house using water and plants, a zen ambience. Bananas, papayas, guavas and other tropical fruits and flowers grow in the garden, which is enclosed in a domed conservatory near the man-made pond and waterfall.

The organic residence seen from the sky.

The organic residence seen from the sky.

Source:

Bartprince.com

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  1. HenrichVadesta

    I completely agree with your opinion about the design of your house. Living in a bad designed house can sometimes cause sickness and unhappiness. I love this house you posted about, it’s completely cool and off all limits. Great post!

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