Industrial Inspired Apartment with Meeting Room

Once part of a tenement house built in 1912, this apartment, rearranged by Polish architect Maciej Kurkowski has lived numerous modernizations,process that led to a much plainer structure. In 2013, the upper floor of the building is adopted in order to create an apartment and a conference room. The designers found adequate preserving the raw aspect of the original interiors, so they depicted a plan that kept the initial semblance. The revamp adopt a minimalistic layout, grasping the primary facet of the scope. Simplistic lighting and black ceilings for eye-catching effect, combined with the light-gray walls produce an aura of avant-garde. To enrich the ambience with a bit of tenderness, birch plywood panels are brought in, assembled in triangular shapes. The monochromatic outline was established to ensure a mild picture that eventually harnessed the colourfullness of several abstract works of art. The wide slot has an uncontestable equilibrium. Hence, a [ Continue reading ]

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Spacious City Dwelling

The following apartment design is a contemporary gen established within the historical setting of Dnepropetrivsk’s center, where a glimpse of the great river Dnepr come to button up all the details. This fresh home design was pictured for a young family by SVOYA Studio. Planed to be divided into two separate areas of function, one is intended for the children’s bedroom and adult’s bedroom, altogether with a lovely dressing room and bathroom, and the second frames an airy living area resided in a generous kitchen diner and a cozy lounge. A sleek entertainment wall comes to separate the living room from the sleeping space. The large polar-looking kitchen and a double banked wall units grant abundant storage space, not only for the kitchenware. Polished woodgrain panels provide a feel of warmth in the otherwise plain, white kitchen. Every dining area in the crib is encircled with a myriad of pendant [ Continue reading ]

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Swedish Attic Apartment

Located inwards a very desired neighbourhood in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden, rests a beautiful attic apartment that measures approximately 64 square meteres of handsome modern interior design. The host house attains a conspicuous part of Maria Mountain’s silhouette, property which has a historical importance and was built in 1889, in accordance to Gustaf Hermansson’s blueprints. The notorious Swedish artist Eugène Jansson, also dubbed ” The Blue Painter” has indwelled within this residence. The renovation made by the book ensues is a culminating design. The sloped ceiling space results a splendid loft, filled with premium materials and executed exemplary. The attic case challanges the designer to prove his talents in a special situation. The kitchen scheme has been met with considerable assuredness. A short exhibit of black units embower under the sharp-cornered forms, together with a large white storage unit merge with a adjacent wall, depicted to avoid over-cluttering the close quarters. [ Continue reading ]

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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 ]

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    Vilassar de Mar Home by VIVE ESTUDIO

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    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.*

    How To Make Your Bedroom Feel More Romantic

    -Soft colors are the best for bedrooms – beige, gray, eggshell, blush are great colors for bedrooms. They definitely make you feel more relaxed; -Romantic bedrooms don’t usually have zebra striped or bright colored comforter sets. Bedding should be soft and neutral and relaxing; -Add some romantic items like a chandelier or pictures with your love; -Use candles to create ambian ce;

    House Renovation by +Tongtong Architects

    Description by +Tongtong Multidisciplinary design studio +tongtong recently completed a renovation and addition to a traditional Victorian house in Toronto. The house was transformed into an open and bright modern home through a series of strategic moves and incisions. The specifications were to build a modern family home that expands the area of livable space while remaining true to the vernacular of the neighborhood. This challenge was met with an emphasis on natural materials and light. Inspired by rural living and the original build date of the home, industrial materials accentuate re-imagined architectural qualities in an unmistakable contemporary space. Grey and black zinc used throughout both the exterior and interior of the home is a material that blends traditional aspects with the new contemporary scheme. Inside, a vertical shaft brings light from large skylights down 3 floors illuminating the ground floor while animating a zinc wall and ceiling above the [ Continue reading ]

    Fall Kitchen And Bathroom Decor

    When it comes to kitchen and bathroom it is a little bit difficult to think about fall decor, but not impossible. I’ve done some research and I found some cute ideas. The first one is to make toothbrushes, cotton pads, candles holder *for bathroom*, and supports for salt, pepper and sugar for the kitchen; Paint some vases where you can put flowers for both bathroom and kitchen; As I said before, about the bedroom and living room decor, paintings are a good idea also for bathroom and kitchen, but in my opinion this time it should only contain quotes.

    Gardening Tips: Colour Your Fall Garden

    One of the biggest gardening tips I ever learned was to plan a garden that had perennials blooming all season. It’s so easy to have blooms in the spring, the early summer, high summer and even into August. But to get perennials that bloom in the fall is another challenge. Here’s eight plants you can add to your perennial border to have blooms right through to the end of October (or beyond in some areas).   Crysanthemums: It’s the obvious choice….late bloomers that withstand frost, mums are the perfect fall flower. They come in a myriad of colours, heights and size of blooms. But a lot of people don’t have much success with them. Mostly because we buy the wrong mum. Those mums you find at the grocery store in pots really aren’t hardy enough to withstand a cold, snowy winter and will most likely not return come spring. So make [ Continue reading ]