Visible Ceiling Beams
Steigereiland 2.0 is the second home the studio FARO Arquitecten constructs in Steigereiland, a neighborhood of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.
The home has strongly rustic elements – wood walls, visible ceiling beams, tree trunks used as hanging decorations – with fun contemporary design, giving it lots of personality.
This private penthouse, located in Udine, Italy, was designed by Menzo Architettura & Design.
The apartment’s visible wooden ceiling beams give it a rustic touch that link it to a typical Italian villa, contrasting with the more modern touches of the light fixtures criss-crossing the beams and the steel elements of the kitchen.
Located in Casacanditella, Italy, the Castello di Semivicoli houses a hotel that is an irresistible travel destination.
Originally built between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the ancient baronial palace underwent an extensive renovation in 2005-2010 led by the Montesilvano-based Oriano Associati Architetti.