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Barrancas House is a residential project completed by EZEQUIELFARCA arquitectura y diseño. It is located in Mexico City, Mexico. This building was something amazing to begin with. Thanks to its orientation and enhanced in beauty by its surroundings, the project team created moments of discovery throughout the home, and took advantage of the home’s views towards the neighboring woods. Built in 1970, this project was modernized by  EZEQUIELFARCA arquitectura y diseño. Floor to ceiling glass draws in natural light and frames the […]

Located in Huizen, The Netherlands, Villa Huizen is a modern home designed by De Brouwer Binnenwerk in 2013. This beautiful private home is surrounded by lush green, and has a pale interior that adds to its sense of space.  The collaboration of De Brouwer Binnenwerk with BOS architecten resulted in a comfortable, stunning and transparent living environment, which perfectly matches the lifestyle of the residents. Upon entering the hall, at first sight a high glass wall catches the visitor’s eye, offering […]

Sunny places do not need so much designing as they have the benefit of natural light almost all day long – an ingredient every inhabitant would long for heartily. Why? Because the fresh air and sunshine are stress reducers. Located in Cap-d’Ail, France, the residence below was realised by Casa Manara and it features sunny wide rooms that smoothly communicate with each other. You feel the joy of light on every corner. At the bar, a circular table with organic elements invites the […]

A bedroom for a teenager usually requires huge resources of energy and creativity. They want to impress and nothing can cease their attempt to create extraordinary worlds. Bold colours such as turquoise, red, green or black are always on the list because they enliven the space, making the owner feel confident and adventurous. Secondly, hobbies play an essential role: you will discover memories or symbols of their preferences everywhere in the bedroom. Like in the one we want to present […]

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Designed by Andrew Franz Architect, Tribeca Loft in located in New York, NY, USA.  In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North area, the 3,000-square-feet top floor and roof of an 1884 caviar warehouse are reconceived as a residence with large open entertaining zones and a fluid connection with the outdoor environment. To add to its sustainable nature, new and energy-efficient mechanical systems and appliances are employed. The project reclaims and reuses loft materials while bringing in new, locally sourced products including the appliances, retractable glass roof, […]

Designed in 2014 by Reinach Mendonça Arquitetos Associados, this contemporary three-storey residence is located in São Paulo, Brazil. Spacious and welcoming, the interiors are flooded in natural light from the extensive glazing. Color is one of the key elements of the decorating scheme, livening up every room. Views to a park have been designed into the seated position of the office to provide relaxation for the inhabitants during working periods. Enjoy the virtual tour and let us know what you think!   […]

Playful Approach to Modern Living in Taiwan: The Family Playground by House Design. We love the vibrant character exuded by this home in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan. Envisioned by the creative team at House Design, the Family Playground project is exactly what its name suggest: an open invite to social entertaining. The design concept redefines the traditional kitchen in Taiwan, which is commonly crowded and dark. In this case, the kitchen and dining area are moved to the center of the living […]

This modern single family house is situated in Mühlheim, Germany. It was completely redesigned in 2012 by ONE!CONTACT. This is a tranquil and restful house that features two floors and frames the best forest-views from the surrounding area.  The materials used in defining this new residential project are modern, the roof is quite unique, the cuts are edgy, allowing light to flood the interior and overall, the house is a unique exhibit among this “collection” of adorable traditional houses. A cantilevered balcony […]

This exquisite dwelling, located in Montecito, California,  is the home of a young family that has an appreciation for modern architecture. This modern and bright house was designed by The Warner Group Architects. With fantastic views over the garden and with a warm and spacious interior, the residence inspires tranquility, inviting you to disconnect from all your problems and leave behind the negative thoughts. The interiors are connected through a light stairway, said to increase the overall light flow. Special furniture elements contribute to the […]

Even though this beautiful apartment found on PerJansson stretches over a surface of only 2,100 square foot, it gives out the impression of so much more space. This apartment is located on the fourth and top floor of a 1901 building in Östermalm, a large district in central Stockholm, Sweden. The crib consists of three bedroom, two bathroom duplex apartment, with nice open living spaces, double height ceiling and a cool vintage stove from Majestic. The layout is clever and practical, providing quite a few […]

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This luminous home is located in Ingarö, Sweden. The home covers an area of 2,368 square feet and was originally built in 2007. Designed by architect Gabriel Minguez as inspired by the Japanese masters like Tadao Ando and Kazuo Shinohara, the façade is clad in iron based color scheme and silverbetsad spruce panel with laid-off walls in concrete. All with the idea of minimizing the need for maintenance. A large stone, part of the rock has been left untouched and becomes part of […]

Let’s add some fun to your party! Initially designed as a personal project, Josie was born from the idea of empathizing with a moment – the action of seating. Driven by the need to restore a wow effect and sense of occasion, Josie celebrates the person who is seated and moreover, celebrates design. Josie is a performative chair fashioned from beech wood, defined by simple design features and chunky lines. But her whimsicality lies in that moment – the second before seating. […]

Posted in  Chairdesign

Singaporean artist Lee Wen made Ping-Pong Go Round, an interactive art installation. This Ping Pong table makes your game go round and round. Forget rectangular Ping Pong games, which are far too straightforward and balanced. Play a game in the round. The game itself is like a dialogue between players on opposite sides. Would it be possible to change its shape to that like a conference table? By making it a doughnut round shape with no borders towards the left […]

Anderson Pavilion is a project completed by Miller Design. It is located in Modesto, California, USA. The Anderson Pavilion is an open air summer pavilion that closes up into a cozy winter hideaway complete with a floating wood-burning fireplace and infinity edged stainless steel hot tub which helps to chase away the winter grays. Wood for the floating fireplace is elevated to the second floor from the garage in a “wood elevator” housed inside a 3 foot diameter central steel support column. […]

This house designed by Javier Corvalán for a film-maker locates in the countryside outside capital city of Paraguay- Asunción. The project of Casa Obscura, named also the house without windows, is a project of material and immaterial technology at the same time, in some way it is an antithesis of many known definitions of architecture, as the idea is made by absence of light. The box above is composed of galvanized sheet metal on the outside, framed around a cage of iron […]

Designed by istudio architecture, the Brick house has been inspired by both the philosophies and the works of Laurie Baker and Nari Gandhi. Each room flows into another, leading into a seamless space held by the central courtyard. Climatology and the solar path, along with jalis and arched openings have played an essential role to introduce light and wind into each interior space. Exposed materials, which give the entire house a very earthy feel and the construction techniques using rat-trap […]