By Magaly • Jan 31, 2013
The quirky apartment features a palette of neutral white backgrounds and accents in bright colors, enhancing the playful feel of the home.
This night club, called “Printing House” because it is housed in what was formerly the printing press “Ural worker,” is located in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Its eclectic interior, with exposed brick walls and table spaces partitioned by curtains, provides visitors with an interesting place to spend an evening out in Yekaterinburg.
This rustic home is located near Moscow and is owned by the architects Ellen and Stanislav Poshvykinyh.
The interior of the home reflects the surrounding dramatic landscape, with its rustic design of exposed brick, concrete, and wooden accents.
This spacious farm house is located in Simrishamn, Österlen which is in the southeastern part of the province of Scania, in Sweden.
Though set on a farm, the home itself is surrounded by a dense conglomeration of trees and overlooks the sea.
This house, located in the touristic complex of Martinhal, in Portugal, was designed by the Lisbon-based architectural studio ARX Portugal.
It has large windows that allow for much natural light to enter the home, which is then reflected on crisp white walls and floors, illuminating the entire home.