This affluence penhouse is amid in Triumph-Palace architecture in Moskow. The architecture is accepted for actuality the tallest architecture in Europe up to 2007. It appearance 57 floors, 48 of which are residential. The accommodation appearance amazing across-the-board angle over the city’s center. Besides it appearance the accouter that allows to adore the angle with morning coffee. The autogenous of the accommodation is done in a allegory aggregate of white, biscuit and aphotic shades. Furniture and added elements of adornment are done in minimalist style. Living breadth is afar from the kitchen with a little bogus bank that saves the space’s functionality but provides some aloofness for these areas. Areas like a bedchamber and a bath are afar added durably to accomplish them cozy.
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The autogenous of this ample accommodation appearance the mix of avant-garde and indigenous African styles. It has an accessible plan with a lot of alien adornment elements. Only clandestine allotment of the apartment, which includes a bedroom, nursery and bathroom, was isolated. The capital structural aspect of the accessible breadth is a load-bearing cavalcade covered with corrective arrangement that reminds the derma of bloodthirsty animal. The bar adverse reflects the geometry of the ceilings and separates the active allowance from the kitchen.
Would you like to see a lovely Norwegian home today? I was so excited when fellow design blogger, Siw Haveland of Design Shimmer in Norway, wrote in to ask if she could share 12 corners of her home with decor8 readers today. Of course! Of course!
My favorite corner – this is so charming! Everything about it speaks to me…
I’m always keen on sharing inspirational, cozy spaces that ooze with charm and creativity — so let’s see what Siw’s gorgeous home looks like. This was shot by Oslo-based photographer Sandra Aslaksen and some of these images recently appeared in Norwegian design magazine, Bonytt but other than that, they’re pretty new to the web so we’re all pretty lucky to have this pretty place to check out today. Thank you Siw for sharing your home with us…
The Devoto house is designed by Andrés Remy’s studio on the 18 x 24 meters lot between two existing buildings. In order to get some privacy the house mostly features views from the inside rather from the outside. The living, kitchen and dining rooms expose the garden that penetrates all the volumes in the house. The bedrooms are located in the east overlooking the heart of the house, the garden. The swimming pool is a very interesting feature of the project. It is elevated from the ground creating a glass wall that allows views from within and the outside, creating views from different points in the house and focal point outside the house.
It’s in the details you know. Details lift an average space into something special. Icing on the cake is the cliché I believe. Wendi Young creates homes with an understated elegance, classic but not contrived and always with the well considered detail. It looks effortless but of course it is not. Her beautiful outdoor spaces have me dreaming of summer in the chill of a southern hemisphere winter. Don’t miss the shoe-a-holic’s idea of heaven after the jump.
It looks like a modern fortress and is built as such. The Safe House by architect Robert Konieczny of Polish architecture firm, kwk promes, is a giant concrete cube whose walls were designed to move. The house was recently a shortlisted entry for the 2009 World Architecture News Awards.
The House is situated in a small village at the outskirts of Warsaw. The surroundings are dominated with usual ‘polish cubes’ from the sixties and old wooden barns. The most essential item for the clients was acquiring the feeling of maximum security in their future house. This objective determined building’s outlook and performance.
This gorgeous estate sits on almost half an acre in one of Los Angeles, California’s premiere neighborhoods. Last year, this new Spanish revival home was for sale and last year it sold thanks to the efforts of premier home staging expert Meridith Baer. In staging this Southern California house for sale, Meridith and her team kept the decorations simple, clean and elegant. Lots of white upholstered chairs and sofas, dark wood detailing on furniture and neutral accessories like pillows and throws. Meridith left off window coverings to take advantage of the wonderful windows and natural light, making the space bright and inviting to prospective buyers. All of these decor elements were combined not to make a bold interior design statement per se but to make the home an upscale, tasteful, stylish and livable space, a place that possible buyers could imagine as their own. Well, whatever Meridith and team did worked, the home sold for over $9 million! Here are some details on this property: almost 11,000 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 8 baths, 5 fireplaces, 2 family rooms, media room, library, office, pool, canyon views and a 4 car garage.
Kouichi Kimura Architects has many interesting houses designed. Mostly the designs are very modern and minimalist like a lot of Japanese architecture nowadays. Although they usually have some unusual things in design. This house is completely black exterior but almost white courtyard. The interior is full of contrasts too. Some rooms are dark and some other are light. Completely black bathroom is also not common at all. Anyway, when house is full of contrasts it usually looks very modern and interesting. There are more interesting projects on Kouichi Kimura Architects website.
Usually if Japanese architects design house in minimalist style they use black and white colors to paint it. Although Kouchi Kimuara Architects managed to do that in slightly other style. They used brown instead of black and the result is as stylish and modern. Being as minimalist as a lot of modern Japanese architecture it’s also warm inside and different outside. Thanks to its square it also has great courtyard when family could relax. Their kid also could play in secure place which is under clear sky. Visit Kouichi Kimura Architects website to look at their other projects.