Not everyone lives – or wants to live – in a house and millions of people are looking for examples of stylish apartment interior design. Across the globe, families make their homes in apartments that are polished, organized and beautiful. HomeDSGN brings you a collection of chic apartment interior design showcasing the possibilities. From contemporary neutrals and modern white designs to warm wood-filled interiors, inspiration for your apartment abounds.
By Magaly • Mar 14, 2017
On most university campuses, student housing can get pretty cramped. If you’ve ever done it for an extended period of time, then you’ve probably become something of an expert when it comes to living in and navigating a small space. Student apartments might not quite constitute actual “micro-living”, but some of them get pretty close! Some architects and designers out there, however, seek to remind us that just because you’re living in a small space doesn’t mean you can’t do so with style. Apartment For a Student is proof of that!
When talking about a penthouse in New York, what usually comes to mind is the image of a modern apartment, luxuriously decorated. This apartment, located on Hubert Street in TriBeCa, dates back to 1892 and was remodeled by ODA New York. Although contemporary details have been included in its restoration, certain details of the old building, such as its exposed brick walls, have been preserved to maintain its air of antiquity.
By Magaly • Mar 10, 2017
This project, based in an apartment with a mere 49 m2 and located in the Portuguese city of Porto, was designed by URBAstudios in 2016. The main objective of this remodeling was to exploit the available space, which takes advantage of the fact that its ceilings are fairly high, as it is built on the ground floor of an old building in the city.
By Magaly • Mar 7, 2017
This two-story, 5,500 square feet townhouse is located in the heart of Lincoln Park, California, USA and was designed by Summer Thornton Design. From the moment we enter, we perceive that touch of good taste and elegance that defines each space and that is present in each of the bedrooms. If we wanted to define it in a single word, that word could be, “Sophisticated.”
This project consists of the complete remodeling of a 150 m2 apartment that dates back to the 1970s. It is located in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel and was completed by Architect Oshir Asaban in 2016. At first glance, the most striking feature is the monochrome use of black and white – not just in the living room, but also in the rest of the interior.
By Magaly • Mar 3, 2017
This majestic apartment located in Taipei City, Taiwan was designed by Taipei Base Design Center for a young couple. Both of their jobs are related to fashion. At first, we are struck by the sobriety of its somewhat dark decor. The living room consists only of a type “Chester” coach and two wing chairs. Its biggest draw? The immense windows which allow us to have an unobstructed view of the exterior and at the same time allow the space to be filled with natural light.
This apartment is located in Madrid, Spain, by architects Marta Muñoz and Josean Ruiz Esquiroz, and is an excellent example of the optimization of space and power. With the idea of conserving space in mind, this remodeling project included different options of convertible pieces of furniture, in such a way that the space could be employed most efficiently.
By Magaly • Mar 1, 2017
Are you an artist or designer of some type who has always dreamed about having your own studio, but hopes to some day own your own home too? Well, many artists and creative people we know reconcile those two desires by combining them, doing their best to create a home where they can comfortably both live and work on the things that they’re passionate about, with enough or equal space to do each so that life and work or hobbies don’t overlap so much that the place becomes chaos. To create a home space like this, however, you need a decent amount of space, lots of storage, and a fairly open concept. In House is the perfect example of exactly what we mean by that!
By Magaly • Feb 28, 2017
By Magaly • Feb 27, 2017
This two-level penthouse with 295 m2 is located in one of the most important streets in the city of Rome, Italy – the Viale dei Parioli. Its owners have the privilege of being able to see the dome of the Basilica of Saint Peter from the comfort of their own terraces, every single day… We could not imagine a better view!