By Sophie • Feb 8, 2013
It is a 2012 project that blends classic, retro, contemporary, and even a few avant-garde elements.
House A, located in Habonim, Israel, was constructed by Heidi Arad Architecture & Design.
The home, though with a view of the sea, is surrounded by arid landscape, and its interior reflects the characters and personalities of its inhabitants by way of decorative accessories and a large book collection.
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.
Minosa Design, an Australian design company, specializes in the local boutique manufacture of high quality washbasins and bathroom furniture and stand-alone design concepts for contemporary bathrooms and kitchens.
This apartment, located in Bondi Beach, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, showcases what they’re able to do – enhance environments in a way that is both stylish and comfortable.
This renovation of a home in Montonate, Italy, was carried out by Benedini & Partners.
The design studio kept the original character of the home while adding modern comforts; there still are the thick ceiling beams of rich dark wood, the walls of clean plaster, and the large thermal windows to let light in.
This stylish apartment is located in SOHO, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City.
It is decorated in neutrals, deep browns, and pale grays, with red accents in the form of rugs, chairs, and cushions.