Is your style one that might be described as “over the top”, “bold”, or even “eccentric”? Then we’d be willing to bet that you’d be one of the more fun cases for an innovative interior design and architectural team to work with! Our absolute favourite combination, however, is when an eccentric homeowner and a creative designer get together and not only make a home that fits their shared tastes, but also name it as such so that the entire space is a package experience. That’s exactly what happened when Supreme Apartment was built!
Have you always dreamed of owning a modern home, but your definition of “modern” is a little bit homier than some? We’ve all seen homes before that were so contemporarily styled as to look cold and uninviting, but not every modern home is built this way! Some people believe modern styles to be a little more than pristine shades of white and clean lines. Some are instead more casual despite staying true to many details, like the signature geometric furnishings. This expansive home, gorgeously named Belleview Modern, is the perfect example of the classic contemporary concept that we mean!
Out of the Box is a unique space; a quick glance and we’ll find that it’s rustic, while at the same time remaining airy and spacious. Its outside has the strong character given to it by its straight lines and the stark contrast between light and dark surfaces. It’s a 2016 home measuring 160 m² located in Zoetermeer, The Netherlands.
Do you live in the kind of stunning place where the weather is lovely most of the year? Then things like open concepts, sunlit windows, and lots of access to relaxing outdoor spaces are probably pretty important features to you in a home design. Why choose one of these things, though, when you can have them all? Just check out B.A. Apartment if you don’t quite believe us!
If you like the countryside and dream of the famous landscapes we see in pictures from Italy, with its tiny towns and charming corners, so full of history, you’re going to love this.
With its old, brick walls and glass windows, it is a beautiful house surrounded by breathtaking vistas. Gorgeous gardens grow at nature’s will, and there is a recreational area in which the protagonist is a large pool, its still surface a perfect reflection of its serene surroundings. What better place to take in nature and all its harmony on a sunny afternoon?
You’ve probably heard the saying about living in glass houses, but have you ever actually seen a glass house? Okay, so maybe there aren’t very many residential buildings that are actually built of glass, but some designs that feature windows heavily get pretty close! That’s what look at the absolutely stunning and utterly sun filled M House is like.
This modern and wonderful studio, covering an area of 500 square feet, forms part of an extension added to a home by Carney Logan Burke Architect in Jackson, Wyoming, USA.
The home uses adobe – a natural and sustainable construction practice that consists of a mixture of moist earth, sand, gravel, and clay – for its walls, concrete for its floors, and copper for its roofing, creating a unique space that perfectly combines textures and materials in its interior.
Have you always been intrigued by historical cities and the way they were surrounded with habitable fortresses for protection! We have too, but we actually prefer an interior decor style that’s far different from the fortress style; one that’s clean, concise, and ultra modern in its uniqueness. As far as we knew, however, the two styles aren’t exactly complementary, so they aren’t commonly blended together in one home… until now! Mask House is a stellar example of how architects can break style rules in beautiful ways.
Every home has a center of attention. That special place where our eyes go when we enter it. In this home, this happens to be the stairs, without a doubt. Designed by Fowler and Co., these spectacular stairs move in a helical balustrade formation, slowly and smoothly guiding us from one floor to another. It was assembled on site, and effortlessly became the focal point of this renovation by Robert Hirschfield Architects in London, England in 2016.
Is your idea of the perfect cozy apartment one that emphasizes natural materials and generally possesses the calming decor an aesthetic of a relaxing spa? We’re very much interested in that type of home design as well, so we’re fairly certain you’ll love the look of London Apartment just as much as we do!