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Have you ever walked into a home that was deceivingly average, though quite nice, on the outside of the house only to discover that the interior is a unexpectedly modern haven for the stylish soul? There are few things in home decor that we love more than a hidden contemporary gem lying in wait among the regular houses, ready to impress anyone who walks through the front door. That’s what seeing the stunning Home in Northcote is like!
We adore looking at photos of beautifully built houses that are brand new and still shiny, but sometimes it’s nice to see older structures get a facelift instead! That’s why we’re always keen to include a few remodeling projects on our pages along with the fancy new homes and gorgeous structures that have just been finished for the first time.
Have you ever been so passionate about something that your entire family became involved, sharing that passion with you? Have you ever loved a hobby or recreation so much that you wish you could surround yourself with it and incorporate it into your daily life even more than you already do? Well, thanks to an open minded and creative design and architecture company, that dream came true recently for a family obsessed with sailing!
Amidst the countless home, building, and decor designs we see, some of our very favourites are the ones that combine the reclaimed and the glamorous, presenting visitors with a gorgeous rustic chic aesthetic. That’s the best way we can find to describe The Cross, an architectural and interior design project completed by Refuge – architecture d’intérieur last year! If you have a taste for finer things but you still appreciate a sort of woodland appearance, then we think you’ll quite enjoy and find inspiration in the photos to follow.
Usually when we think about the concept of “wide open spaces”, we think of lovely green areas, big plots of land, and nature everywhere. When your field of expertise is building homes, however, you might start thinking about how that kind of concept applies to the indoors as well as just the outdoor world around us. That’s exactly what happened in 2014 when TA Dumbleton Architect designed and built a spacious private home in New York, USA.
When it comes to ultramodern housing, shapes and angles are one of the most satisfying things we could possibly see in a photo. The more experimental and contemporary a structure is, the more we love it. We’re also pretty big fans of houses named after their unique shape as well. That’s why we were so pleased when we came across the photos of the aptly named Split House!
For many people, the concept of owning a “large home” means owning one that sprawls across a large plot of land and takes up a wide square footage. Some architects and designers, however, prefer to harness the unique opportunities that lie in building upwards instead! Houses that grow taller rather than spread wider are a unique chance to give a family more space in a different way and they’re also practically unparalleled when it comes to creating your own view of the surrounding area.
Have you always been a fan of ultra modern and minimalist designs when it comes to home decor? We have too, but we’re extra intrigued by homes and buildings that take those concepts further and incorporate them into the actual design of the structure.
As enthusiasts of innovative home design, we’re always intrigued to see how architects account for climate when they design modern homes for maximum comfort and style combined. That’s why we were so enthralled by the photos when we found out about Tiwanon House, a residential project designed by Archimontage Design Fields Sophisticated in 2015.
In our time as great appreciators of all things home and design, we’ve come across plenty of homes and residences that bear “towers” somewhere in their name. Often these buildings are simply inspired by the structure of a tower or named after a tower that once stood on the land or somewhere closer. Occasionally, however, we come across a building that, despite being a private home, actually does have its very own tower!