Designed by Ming Architects the house offers much more than just the dramatic feature wall clad in river pebbles as it sits snugly between a koi pond on one side and a swimming pool on the other. The multi-level residence was crafted to combine complete privacy with an open living environment that allows the homeowners to easily friends and family.
Use of large dark windows with dark metallic frame gives the Aussie residence a subtle industrial vibe; an idea that is enhanced by the occasional presence of the exposed brick wall. But still the interior feels strictly contemporary (with a fun twist) and the kitchen and dining space on the lower level continue this theme.
This was conceived and brought to life precisely on this principle by AworkDesign Studio – an open and versatile interior that caters to the needs of an urban family with kids. It is hardwood that shapes the interior of this serene setting where open living spaces can also be turned into ingenious and fun play zones with ease.
Designed by OOOOX this Czech apartment firmly avoids the use of bold colors as it only uses white and gray along with smart wooden accents and architectural features that anchor and delineate spaces. The living room floor plan is simple and uncomplicated with the kitchen and dining area finding space next to the living zone with ease. A large sectional in gray shares space along with the breakfast bar and the kitchen island of sorts even as metallic rods help shape a beautiful and unique open shelf that instantly steals the spotlight!
When a fire wiped out 4.5 acres of lush forest in Colorado along with a small cabin at its heart it inadvertently opened up the property for a bigger and bolder mountain home. Instead of going down the contemporary path homeowners of along with the creative minds at Renée del Gaudio took the classic route!