This is a house located in Hong Kong, a place where space is always a problem. However, for every problem there is at least one solution. In this case, the architect responsible for the remodel of the house managed to turn the space into an open and airy home.
The 455 square meter house was restructured and remodeled by Millimeter Interior Design. It now features a split level design but, unlike other projects with the same approach, this one doesn’t feel divided. Instead, all the areas are connected. Continue reading »
Laurent Guillaud-Lozanne Architecte recently completed this modern single family residence situated in France.
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The photos below resemble much more to an utopia then to reality. In fact, I am not far away from the truth because the project is a rendering realised by Ando Studio in Israel. Even though, it worths visiting the gallery for some inspiring contemporary interiors. Virtually entering the house, I was delighted by the palette of colors: white, beige, grey and brown that create a tranquil atmosphere. Paying attention to the environment, the dwelling communicates easily with the exterior through glass screens that almost become invisible. Therefore, if the weather permits, you can have dinner near the pool or enjoy the view while chatting with your friends in the living room. A cooking island and a tall cabinet with multiple storing units represent the kitchen that is accessible from different areas. Cherry on top, the bedroom features a private view over the pool, providing incredible revelations. Continue reading »
When I think of Asian culture, lots of fans, tea bags and sophisticated calligraphy come into my mind. Although Asian design may sometimes feel tiring due to its intense combinations of red and black, many people find it attractive and fervent. Therefore, if you are looking for visual stimulation, the residence realised by William Interiors will provide an interesting set-up of what East-Meets-West decorating style means nowadays. First of wall, wood was used predominantly for its warmth and resistance, while various green corners with plants and flowers add freshness to the interior. The rich textiles and bold color choices create a visually exciting look, perfect for those who want to experience the Asian ambience at home. Where space permits, the natural light became a constant presence of the interior, inviting the inhabitants to celebrate the beauty of the environment while dining on the terrace. Have a look on the gallery below and let us know if Asian design inspired you today! Continue reading »
Mohammad Domiri, young Iranian photographer and physics student, is passionate about architecture. He likes to capture the monuments of the Middle East, which is why most of his photoshoots are devoted to traditional large mosques. Geometric patterns, fascinating mosaics and swirling colors, the result, to discover later in the article, is breathtaking. Continue reading »