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By Magaly • Jan 19, 2018
This stunning and elegant 3 bedroom apartment is located in an exclusive high rise condominium in the center of Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on a 49th floor, and from there we can’t help but enjoy 270 degrees of fantastic views over the urban landscape of the city of Bangkok, a vision that is brought to us thanks to its multiple panoramic glass walls. From there we can enjoy a vibrant urban horizon, a changing tapestry of the metropolitan area by day and by night.
It has been inspired by the style of the city of New York and is characterized by a preponderance of monolithic natural stone that has been balanced by adding warm wood walls and tinted mirrors to the space. It was designed by ONG&ONG Pte Ltd in 2017.
To fulfill the vision of a real bachelor residence, the renovated interiors convey the sophisticated ambience that is undoubtedly refined and undeniably elegant.
Designed for social events and a modern lifestyle, the final touch for the apartment are the private spaces hidden behind a smooth mirror door, where we find a master bedroom with full a bathroom suite, dressing room, private study area and balcony .
By Magaly • Jan 19, 2018
This cozy 8,500 square foot residence sits on a hillside at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming, United States and was designed in 2015 to house the extended family of a Brazilian restaurateur during their retreats in the summer and winter. It was designed by the architecture firm DYNIA ARCHITECTS, by its team of architects Stephen Dynia and Karen Parent, who have followed the rigorous design guidelines of the community which influenced its discreet exterior.
Oakley stone vertically stacked on its outer walls is juxtaposed with naturally skated horizontal planks. The interior finishes are a palette of elegant and sober materials of white oak, gray stone and white plaster panels. The large windows and a large interior glazing package, which includes a glass floor over the entrance, allow maximum light infiltration and visually connect the two levels of the house. The main living spaces are on the second floor capturing views of the mountain to the south and the southwest.The house can accommodate up to 30 guests as it has 6 bedrooms and bunk spaces designed to measure in the lower level.
By Magaly • Jan 19, 2018
This construction is “embedded,” so to speak, into a landscape of undulating dunes in the Oost-Vlieland area of The Netherlands, among a rich collection of summer houses built in the early twentieth century. The foundations of the new cabin are a more careful integration with the landscape of the dunes. The construction is at the top, adjacent to a dune platform, and stands against the backdrop of the forest on the south side. The most striking feature of the house is its roof, as it resembles a tent due to the elevated section at the center.
The basement is invisible from the public road, and by placing the entrance door there, the volume in the dune remains completely unchanged. There is no front or back. It is an open and informal holiday house where the doors of the terrace provide access.
Transparent glass and wood have been used on the facade for the frames and strips. Its interior stands out for the use of light wood that we find in ceilings and walls, as well as for the large number of windows that allow natural light to flood the spaces. The roofs, which fall in the form of an inverted V, look really wonderful and create different but definitely charming spaces. It has been designed by the firm Borren Staalenhoef Architecten, and covers an area of 240 square meters.
By Magaly • Jan 18, 2018
The architectural studio Beczak / Beczak / Architekci – led by a team made up by Magdalena Beczak, Maciej Beczak, and Jarek Borowski – designed this modern house in the city of Czarnów, Poland, in 2016. The owners wanted a private house that was still open to the outside. To fulfill this wish, the house was divided into a block facing south, which is dark and closed, and a block facing north, which is set higher and done in a lighter shade of gray. The main openings are located where the blocks intersect, and are strongly framed and directed by independent exterior walls that follow the main structure of the building.
The north wing measures 4.6 meters high and houses a living room and three of the bedrooms. The southern part of the house houses a kitchen, bathrooms, the laundry room, and a guest room. The windows of this facade are long and narrow, and are placed just below the roof, so that they are able to provide sunlight, but do not allow visibility from the road. Although the kitchen has large windows, it is retracted, and the view to it from the road is blocked by a free wall that follows the main line of the facade. In the space between the kitchen and the wall, there is a small secondary terrace. Both terraces are finished with concrete slabs and connected by a wooden platform. The entrance to the building is distinguished by the use of wood in the elevation.
By Magaly • Jan 17, 2018
This wonderful two-story structure is located on a slope of a wooded hill in Quebec, Canada. It has been named “Rock” and measures 2,300 square feet (213 square meters). Its exterior has been covered with black painted wood so it mixes with the thick vegetation that surrounds it.
The initial idea of this project was to merge with the mountain, somehow nesting the house on the land until it becomes one with the residence. The architecture firm of Montreal, Atelier General, began working with this idea in mind. The residence is accessed from the lower level, where the unit becomes a space covered by the upper floor. This portion of the building is supported by thin columns along the edge.
Most of the upper floor is occupied by a living room and an open-plan dining room, separated from the kitchen by an incorporated island. Floor to ceiling windows wrap around the dining room, which connects to a covered terrace built along the hillside.
A master bedroom with a large bathroom and a storage room are also located on the upper level. The master bathroom has a white tile unit with tub and glass shower. White walls, polished concrete floors and laminated wood ceilings decorate the entire interior.
By Magaly • Jan 17, 2018
This lake house was designed by the architectural firm Rodolfo Wiedmaier Delorenzo in 2014, and is located in Curacautín (meaning “Gathering Stone”) in Mapudungun, a commune and city in the province of Malleco, in Chile. The home covers a total ground area of 470 square meters.
The home sits perched atop a mild hill, flanked by two Coihue trees, and boasts a spectacular view of the Llaima volcano and an artificial lake. The interior of the home is characterized by straight lines, though its rich wooden surfaces — made out of recycled, native wood — recall the surrounding natural landscape to mind. The result is a home that seems to bring human architectural order to the much wilder expanse of nature that surrounds it, creating a home out of the woods and forests outside. Colorful decorative accessories add a sense of life and vibrancy in the interior. Skylights and large windows allow natural light and the landscape outside to seep in.
The home also boasts a basement space in which to spend time at night or during rainy days. In contrast, the terrace roof is designed to provide panoramic views over the Araucania mountain range that is visible from this site.
By Magaly • Jan 17, 2018
This two unit apartment was designed by fifth year architecture students of the Kansas State University to serve as housing for low income tenants that earn less than 80 per cent of the city’s average income. The students are part of Design+Make Studio, which is a collaboration between the university and the local architectural firm El Dorado. The Waldo Duplex, as the project is called, is located in a diverse and historic district of Kansas City, in Missouri, USA, which is known for its single family bungalows and shotgun homes.
Each of the units covers a total ground area of 725 square feet (or 67 square meters), and each consists of two bedrooms and an open plan area with a kitchen, a dining room and a living room. Each interior is designed to be illuminated by a mixture of natural and artificial light.
The project was completed within a budget of $290,000, but they were still able to make use of high quality finishes and custom cabinetry, giving the interiors an elegant feel, and proving that low income families can still aspire to low cost housing that is aesthetically pleasing and cozy to live in, as well as durable.
This house is located in an area of Jeju Island in Seogwipo-si, South Korea and is surrounded by a natural and relaxing environment with beautiful views over the ocean and Mount Hallasan. From the slope in which it is located, you can see out to the sea. It’s easy to see that the lifestyle here is unique, relaxing and full of the magic that comes from feeling surrounded by nature. It is surrounded by low stone walls and has two levels. The structure itself is surrounded by trees, adding another element of beauty while simultaneously providing shade and privacy.
Well-harmonized with the characteristics and the natural environment of Jeju, the house is a contemporary house that incorporates elements of traditional Korean residences (called Hanok), such as traditional eaves and wooden floors.
The design, carried out by Guga architecture firm Urban Architecture, led by its team of professionals Jiyoung Joe, Soomin Yang and Seongeun Gu, was built in 2016 and has an area of 191 square meters.
By Magaly • Jan 16, 2018
If visiting Paris is on your horizon, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy this luxurious and exquisite hotel, the Nolinski Paris, located in the center of the city and a few meters from the Louvre Museum in District 1 and with access to the metro stations and the main airports in the city.
This impressive hotel has a reception with a minimalist style made of marble, giving guests a pleasant and friendly welcome. Its spacious interiors feature the distinctly eclectic refinement of decorator Jean Louis Deniot, with each bright and luminous space designed to make you feel at home. To ensure that guests are well connected, the hotel has a 4G Internet service and international calls (USA, Canada and Europe) during your stay.
Once installed, we can enjoy a treatment in its elegant Spa, where its professionals will make you feel relaxed in an intimate space where you can also enjoy a sauna, steam bath or a wonderful indoor pool, depending on your tastes. And if that was not enough, it also has a gym, a personal fitness trainer and gym classes.
Still in doubt? Or you are completely convinced where your next stay in this wonderful city will be?
By Magaly • Jan 16, 2018
Studio Saheb, a Tehran based architectural firm, has designed this 10-unit infill apartment under the leadership of its architects Amir Reza Saheb and Maryam Shaker. It is located in Tehran, Iran, and covers a total ground area of 2,200 square meters. The project was completed in 2017.
Niloofar 22, as the project is called, is a 10-unit infill apartment. Traditionally, in Tehran, this type of building is constructed seeking to complete them swiftly, without attempting to explore new or improve upon old architectural practices. With this project, however, Studio Saheb sought to do precisely that, in order to counter this tradition and boost forward the evolution of efficient architecture.
In order to do this, the architectural firm divided the main building mass into subsections which redefined the larger whole once they were placed alongside each other in a new order.
The resulting interiors are elegant and sleek, open and luminous, giving new residents the perfect setting for a sophisticated and contemporary home. Balconies allow an easy rapport with the exterior space that surrounds the building, as well as aid in the ventilation of the interior rooms and corridors. This is how a dynamic new architectural typology was created, which could influence infill building in the future.
By Magaly • Jan 15, 2018
This concrete home has been designed by Luciano Kruk, and is located in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Casa Mach — as the property is called — covers a total ground area of 1,528 square feet (or 142 square meters), and has a reflection pool along its front end.
Pine planks were used for the formwork of the concrete walls, and as they left an imprint on their surface once the material dried, the result is a rough, wood like texture. This practice is typical of Luciano Kruk’s work, who often designs concrete homes such as this in the outskirts of Buenos Aires and other Argentinian cities.
As requested by the client, an inner courtyard sits at the heart of the home, allowing for greater ventilation and a closer relationship with the exterior. A smaller reflecting pool sits in this courtyard, framed by some greenery that brings a subtle sense of vibrancy into the space.
The kitchen and living room exist in an open space, allowing for easy communication between them. Clear glass doors line the walls, and open out onto a terrace that looks out to the swimming pool and garden.
The use of concrete makes it so that the interior of the home is kept cool at all times, which helps with temperature control and energy preservation.