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Residence With Asian Influences by Willman Interiors

Residence With Asian Influences by Willman Interiors   DesignRulz.com

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 »

A Modern Treehouse Built Around an Oak Tree

A Modern Treehouse Built Around an Oak Tree

We’ve seen the magic that architect Andreas Wenning of German firm baumraum can make amongst the trees, and this particular treehouse finds itself wrapped around a large oak tree. The treehouse is situated 11 meters off the ground and offers a cozy retreat to sleep and relax when the homeowner’s want to get away.

It’s placed behind a residence and it’s accessed through the garage on the property. Peep the small window/door on the roof of the garage? Continue reading »

A Luxurious House in the Lap of a Natural Surrounding

A Luxurious House in the Lap of a Natural Surrounding   DesignRulz.com

Designed by Modo designs, this house is a luxurious sprawl in the lap of a natural surrounding. Modo Designs is an architecture firm set up in the year 2002 in Ahmedabad, India. The firm derives its name from a latin word ‘MODO’ which means ‘of its time’. For them, design is a participatory and a exploratory process, a process of research, exploration and refinement.

The house is responsive to the series of palm trees that existed before and essentially orients itself towards it. It is designed to be inclusive of the natural elements- the sun, earth, water, air and fragments of the blue sky. Continue reading »

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