House in Yatsugatake: Prepared to see the view?

In our modern life, most of us are trying to escape from busy, crowded city and go after their work schedule to a quiet and cozy place. Kidosaki Architects Studio has found the solution of having a house a wonderful place. The house was designed on a piece of land that offers spectacular views that are rarely known, being located on a sloping mountain ridge at the foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains. Using wisely the location, house becomes an incredibly piece of modern art in building house. The house has slim, amazing appearance. Full of wide windows, the natural light could last longer and give you a guarantee for your health, as well. The rooms seems to be very airy, being enough space for a family. It is obviously that the designer save a lot of space by transforming the house`s hall in a dressing, full of shelves. Also, very [ Continue reading ]

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The world of Fantasy and Games for your child

Rhapsody Bed idea came from CedarWorks and I think it is the best part of children’s bedroom, because this concept express dreams and wishes of your child and could be useful for discover or learn things about our world. After playing, children’s can rest peacefully in this cozy wooden bed which have attached a slide coloring friendly. It’s a good way to make your child more sociable and competitive, developing their creativity with chalkboards,cushions and toys. They are many types of rhapsody bed for girls or boys decorated with flowers, trees or illustrating an aquarium, depending on your kid desire. Imagination is the criteria then they were made this beautiful designs, an important aspect in childhood. The playground is located underneath the bed, combining simple wood boards with different clippings which urges children to dream.  Do you like this ideas?

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Home in Montecito by The Warners

Situated in Montecito, California, this modern single family house was designed by The Warner Group Architects.

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The multi-functional cube by Till Konneker

If you have a small apartment or room and you don’t know how to arrange your furniture or store your things, you could take that multi-functional cube in consideration, designed by Till Konneker. The story began when Till Konneker of Ill Design moved into his apartment studio and found that not have enough space so he imagined this useful concept: The Compact Living Cube. It combine furniture and storage to save space in his house, increasing the functionality of a small room and I think is very helpful for students which rent studio apartments when they came to study in other town. Build our multi-functional cube( urban cube or mini cube) or choose to build a living wall in the same way adapted to our time for a more comfotable feeling: Black and grey are the shades prevailing in that concept inspiring sobriety, good organization of things which have different colors, like [ Continue reading ]

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Bedroom like wonderland by Eduardo Arruga

Look at this beautiful bedroom! It’s like a wonderful story told by Barcelona interior designer Eduardo Arruga which express a soft vintage feeling and combine some shades of blue with a variety of patterns and textures. The beige background fits perfect with the furniture pieces, inviting and warm.  The bed is located in the middle of the room, receiving  the rays of sun in the morning and the chest with pillows is like a cumulation of dreams which waiting to escape at midnight. Would you like to sleep in this bedroom? In the morning you could admire you in the antique mirrors and smell this beautiful wildflowers that bring nature and purity in your soul.

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Victorian Residence in Sydney

This four-bedroom Victorian residence in Paddington, Sydney, Australia has been recently converted into a sophisticated family home with contemporary amenities. Renovated by architect Luigi Rosselli, the residence features 231 square meters of living space, as well as inviting outdoor entertaining areas, a gas-heated swimming pool and off-street parking for two cars. The lush landscaping at the rear provides a verdant backdrop to family life. Damp, dark and introverted, the initial home on the site was given a vibrant contemporary personality, while staying true to its classic origins. oor entertaining areas, a gas-heated swimming pool and off-street parking for two cars. The lush landscaping at the rear provides a verdant backdrop to family life. Damp, dark and introverted, the initial home on the site was given a vibrant contemporary personality, while staying true to its classic origins. According to the architects, color and light were used abundantly in the conversion process: “Introducing some fluid [ Continue reading ]

Ceramic House

The ceramic House was the idea of the Spanish architect Hector Ruiz – Velazquez and it is not an actual house, but rather a small apartment in Madrid. These apartment doesn’t have any entry from room to room, no doors. The idea of the architect being to ease the communication between family members in different rooms. Although I used the term ‘family’, the architect Hector says that this apartment is dedicated to those who live all by themselves, because the apartment itself it’s not big enough. The interior is all white because almost everything is made with cerami, and I suspect that the apartment temperature is lower (because of ceramic wall and floor).

Nishorogo teknaf by Ehsan Khan

What is the Nishorogo teknaf? It probably sounds a little bit strange and you are wondering what is this, but that’s why I am here. I am gonna explain you: The Nishorogo teknaf is a centre, located in a protected forest and nature reserve in Chittagong District in the south of Bangladesh and it was made especially to protect the forest, to promote the eco-turism. The aim of this project it’s to create as little impact to the environment as possible and I have to say that the architect Ehsan Khan succeeded. *I am sorry about the bad quality of these photos,but these were the only ones I could find.*

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!

Christmas Decoration

December is hereee.. and Christmas is also almost here = THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR. But, what do we love the most about this month? Decorations, of course! I am here again, to help, to advise you about how to decorate your house for Christmas just how I did about Fall Decoration, I will do separate posts for every room of the house. In this post I will show you how to decorate the exterior of the house. Christmas lights are a priority when it comes to decorate your house, so be free and start putting lots and lots of lightings around your windows, your door, and why not roof. For the front door I would like to put a wreath made from pine cones like this one: Beside the lights you can also place some tree garlands,  exactly how you decorate the Christmas tree; If you have [ Continue reading ]