Nirvana Bathtub Design

This more-than-modern bathtub design was inspired by the intention of reproducing the nightsky into the small “universe” of your restroom. This very model is one of the winners of The Red Dot Award 2009. The following design was conceived by Bathroom Tomorrow, a Thai company from Bangkok. The “Nirvana” Bathtub succeeds in merging the state-of-the-art technology only to offer you a memorable bathing experience. Because of its bizzare shape, this bathtub only uses 40 % of the water that an average bathtub does, aspect that makes it sustainable too. LEDs all over the surface establish the wonderful effect from the pictures. An i-Touch system controlls the lights that the company promotes. What else could be said about this allurign bathtub ?! Care to comment?  

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Villa Mecklin by Huttunen Lipasti Pakkanen Architects

The place where Villa Mecklin lounges stands for serene atmosphere amidst the tree cluster and its welcoming stone terrace. Created by the Helsinki-based team Risto Huttunen,Santeri Lipasti and Pekka Pakkanen, this home design is perfectly suitable for a summer escape. Mainly self-built, this lodge is situated near the northern cape of Mustaluoto Island, where on its earstern side lays off a splendid boat marina. When coming from the harbour to the entry of the main building, you get surprised by the omnipresence of the trees. After sight-seeing the surroundings, you get to be dazzled by the breathtaking horizon witnessed from the wide terrace, accessed via a hatch in the decking. To have an ever more spectacular outline, a fireplace has been drilled in the centre of the terrace. When the hatch is not in place and the fire is not lit, the generous terrace can also be used as a [ Continue reading ]

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Lightbox House by Edwards Moore

The midget single-storey terrace house, dwarfed by the surroundings makes a splash in the encompassing borderlands. Aiming to exploit the modest space, the designer ofthe Lightbox successfully harnessed the scope. To sweeten the atmosphere, wide windows have been introduced in order to let the sunbeam accompany the ambience of the dwelling. The desire to enhance the quality of the living spaces within contributes to increasing the hospitality of the crib. The second floor should only be seen as a horizontal plane within the home, but as a vertical space, having considered the feeling of unity that its existence contributes to creating the impression of spaciousness. The see-through skin boasts the medium with natural light and the strategically installed openings provide an inner landscape. The fully-white painted walls empower the effect of wideness, inducing a flavor of tastefullness and roominess. The minimalistic features and wood inserts construct a breezy ambience and [ Continue reading ]

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Portable Home ÁPH80 by ÁBATON

Designed by Spanish architects from ÁBATON, this portable establishment is for those with wanderlust. Contrasting with its owner’s restlessness,this austere crib is a veritable chameleon. From the outside it seems to be frugal and rigid, but its interior bring to light a more than warm appearance. Generous woodensurfaces and large opening concur to make the chippy crib a gracious one,transforming it greatly. Feasible and transportable, manages to incorporate any environment. Being an upgraded version of a landyacht,ÁPH80 is part of a series that addresses those who seek for comfort anywhere. Easily commutative by road and ready to beplaced wherever, this mobile dwelling is ideal for a couple that enjoys travelling. Elementary and yet sturdy, this innovative composition gracefully provides confort and balance to its inhabitants.ÁPH80 personifies the ethics and essences of ÁBATON: wellbeing, environmental balance, and simplicity.’ Freshest ideas embodied in this splendid design would lure any wandering soul. Don’t know about [ Continue reading ]

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In Vogue Luxury at Temozon House in Yucatan, Mexico

    Conceived by Carrillo Arquitectos y Asociados, the Temozón House was assembled in 2013, in Yucatan, Mexico. Proclaiming a specific state-of-the-art design that underlines solid edges and angular shapes, the Temozón House thrills with a cosmopolitan allure yet welcoming aspect that is eclipsed in grandeur only by its own sumptious room distributions organized between its walls. In consideration of guaranteeing an obvious contact between the interior and the exterior, the establishment was designed utilizing an L-shaped scheme that partly surrounds one of the inside gardens. By enclosing the pool to the garden, the design attempts to deliver numerous recreation alternatives, offering its inhabitans the desired ambience for detaching from the everyday worries. As regards the indoor field, we can remark the warmth of the appearance that makes every visitor feel like home. Abundant comfort and delighting decor features complement the cozy ambience. The tender shades of the chambers blend in perfect [ Continue reading ]

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    See Beyond Your Limits

    Two Greek architects have created a striking house design called ‘Casa Brutale’ that perfectly complements the powerful concrete style known as brutalism – they’ve embedded their luxury brutalist home into a cliff, creating a severe yet inviting structure with an at once beautiful and terrifying view. Architects Laertis Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos, who formed OPA Works together, envisioned the building concept as a “poetic homage to pure Brutalism.” The roof-top pool (at ground level) and underground walls help insulate the building and keep it cool. There’s clearly something about cliffs that excites architects’ imaginations, because the architects at Modscape Concept also created an amazing cliff-face house concept. This is amazing, isn`t it? If you considered interesting, useful my article, please SUBSCRIBE!

    Elegant Economy

    1.Create your own design with plain tiles in contrasting colours rather than buying more expensive patterned ones; 2. Elevate a simple sofa with upholstery and cushions; 3.Smart details, such as the pie-crust edge on this chair cushion, make all the difference when upcycling charity-shop finds; 4.Patterned paintrollers give walls a decorative effect that is more affordable than wallpaper.

    Scandinavian Apartment with Greek Accents

    The Scandinavian home style has made its way to everyone’s heart lately thanks to its defined and yet wild manner. Two typical features of this style- white walls and simple forward-thinking furniture are to be found in this very design too. But that’s not all. A curve ball introduces subtle accents of Greek home designing. This thoughtful mixture establishes an alluring composition with a grain of freshness. Starting in the living, the stark Scandi walls induce a minimalistic backdrop for a full host of natural Greek materials, sprinkled all over the lounging zone. Dainty foot stads complimenting scatter cushions and floor cushions, together with a large rug unite to construct a gracious semblance. The kitchen design spreads on the blue and white palette. A lenghty backsplash has been formed from a checkerboard of tiles. The furniture itself has a traditional touch. White wooden, with shell cup handles establish a bold, [ Continue reading ]

    On The Balcony

    The first thing you observe at a home is the outdoor area, so that’s why it is very important to decorate it with style. As far as I am concerned, the outdoor area should be GREEN. Why green? I mean, full of plants, flowers arranged as arty as possible. I always declared my love for the nature, and how much I love staying outside, watching the sky, the stars. I would also love to have breakfast there. For those who doesn’t live at the countryside, or they don’t have  a house it is a little bit frustrating to have such a little balcony in an apartment, but I tell you for sure that you can make it look great also.

    Make your small space look like a big one

    Do you think that if you have a small place you can’t design it as good as a big one? That’s a wrong mentality! You can design it as beautiful as a big one or even better. What is the advantage of having a small house? You can find things easier, it will become a cozy place soon, you can live by yourself never wondering what would you do alone in such a big place. So, how can we decorate a small place? – Find that expandable furniture for your place. It will make it more spacious; – Fill it with pictures of your family, friends; – Paint the rooms in a bright color or white ( it will give the impression of a bigger space); – Baskets under the bed are a great place to stash extra stuff; – A bench at the foot of the bed creates plenty [ Continue reading ]

    Treat Your Cat Royally

    Create for you and your family!   Looking on the internet for a DIY product, I found a really games and animals lover, that designed a bed for his cat in the shape based on Chain Chomp character from the Super Mario Bros. He designs something that could sit in a room as art, but also have a practical use. The box that Chain Chomp’s attached to has hinges mounted from the inside to hide them, but to let you open the box for storage. It is not only a bed, but a piece of furniture that could be found attractive because if its form. For me, this is an obviously product of the human imagination, which tries to push the limits. The maker also shows the steps of the doing-process and everybody could try it at home. An important aspect that you should take into consideration if you think [ Continue reading ]