The best-kept secret in the world of interior design is this house in Houston.
The design has been called “a house of the future” by DesignWeek Houston and is a work of genius by architect Daniel Bierut.
Its interior design uses reclaimed wood, reclaimed water and reclaimed soil to create a house that looks like an alien planet.
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This house, designed by Daniel Bistritz, was named one of our most-viewed homes in 2017 and has been featured on Forbes.com.
We were lucky enough to sit down with Daniel to find out how this house came to be.
We also asked Daniel to share his secrets to making the perfect home for your family.
Daniel Bistritze: The inspiration behind this house was inspired by the way the Earth’s surface was shaped over the course of millions of years.
We knew that the shape of our Earth had a large impact on the way our houses and homes evolved over time.
We thought about how to create that shape with reclaimed wood and reclaimed water, and then reclaimed soil.
We used reclaimed soil from the Brazos River, which flows through Houston, to create the reclaimed house.
We created the home in a way that allowed it to be a blend of old and new, so it had a mix of traditional materials like wood and stone, and reclaimed materials like reclaimed water.
We wanted to create something that felt very contemporary, yet still very futuristic.
The house was also designed in the traditional form, with a roof that was built over a water tank.
The tank was a natural habitat, and it was also reclaimed and reclaimed in a very organic way.
It had a lot of organic elements to it.
I would say that the way that it’s being built, it’s very natural.
It’s a very small space.
It feels very organic.
I think that it looks a lot like the kind of place that we would like to have in the future.
I feel like it would be a very different house.
When you see a home that’s this simple and it feels like it could be a great home, I think you would be amazed at how much the design could be done with reclaimed materials.
What kind of materials do you use to build this house?
Daniel: We use reclaimed wood.
We have reclaimed wood that’s reclaimed from the water tank that was there.
It is all reclaimed.
We use organic materials like soil, reclaimed wood chips and reclaimed clay.
We get a lot out of the reclaimed wood because it’s so lightweight.
It doesn’t weigh as much as it would when you take it to a commercial mill and you can see that it is so much lighter.
It makes a big difference.
We are also using reclaimed soil, which is a lot softer than wood.
You can actually see the soil that the water tanks were built on.
It was not as porous as wood.
It has a little bit more strength.
It also feels very, very organic and feels like a very natural environment.
We try to create things that are very simple to live with, that are simple to design, and that feel very organic, like this house.
How did you come up with the design?
What is your process for coming up with ideas?
Daniel: We started with what we thought was the perfect house for Houston.
When we were designing this house, we had a couple of different visions for the house.
One of those was the house that would be in the riverbed of the Brazo River, where it was reclaimed and we would be able to see that we were reclaiming the water.
That was the vision we came up with.
We ended up taking the river bed from the Houston River, and we started thinking about how we could use reclaimed soil as a material to build the house and the house itself.
That allowed us to be able do a little more organic, organic shapes with reclaimed timber and reclaimed wood pieces.
We actually had reclaimed wood to work with in our kitchen.
We had reclaimed water to work out the design.
We started thinking, “Okay, we can do this.”
We have a whole system of reclaimed materials that we used.
We’ve got reclaimed wood in our bathrooms, our kitchen, our living room, in our dining room, the kitchen area, our master bedroom, in the living room.
We even have reclaimed soil in our bedrooms.
The whole idea of the house was to be this organic house that was a blend between old and modern.
The process was really organic, and so the way we did it was really very organic: We did the process of making this house and then building the house with reclaimed material, and when we were done, we then took the house to a contractor and we did a dry-brick and a dry flooring.
We did a lot more work in this house than we did