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Social media can indeed be the greatest source of inspiration today, and this is one of those people who have inspired me so much. Today I will introduce you to a great and inspiring woman, Manon Valesca Maria from The Life Traveler. Why is she so inspiring? You will know after seeing her home. Manon is a very creative blogger, in addition to his work has appeared in many Dutch lifestyle magazines, she is also a creator of Naramatisho, a original Kenya craft label. Currently Manon and rainbow family divides his time between Kenya and Amsterdam to gather experience and  [ Read More ]

If you’ve been to the city of Yogyakarta in Indonesian then you will immediately fall in love with this house. Joglo style house is indeed the hallmark of this city, when the designer Lulu Lutfi Labibi showcase traditional house with his love of Yogyakarta, which make it for stay on and open boutique’s. Housed in Kampung Pekaten near Kotagede Market, Lulu built his house were very beautiful, traditional, and artistic. You definitely linger here with rustic elements that are very inviting. This house is very thick with shades of earthy and modern, welcoming anyone who came with warm and cozy  [ Read More ]

This unique house designed by mode: lina Architekci, located in Borówiec near Pozna?. Shaped two blocks with a sloping roof and garage asymmetrical cube is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional style. It is more complete with simple raw materials such as brick, concrete and sheet in shades of gray. Street facade fitted with windows, to protect occupants from noise and gives them peace while various kinds of fences provide security. That is why the house got the name of “Fence House”. Shape of the building is designed according to its function for the whole family including parents and two  [ Read More ]

Koller house designed by Sydney-based Architect Prineas is renovation and extension for Swiss couple and two of their children. For them, the choice of wood is a nostalgic. Wooden pavilion try to play with traditional building methods Swiss, this serves as a reminder of childhood memories couples in Swiss. The traditional shiplap cladding plays against the contemporary form – a tactile container for contemporary living. Between the timber extension and existing house is a smooth transition that takes full advantage of the sunlight. It has plenty of openings and provides a visual, and at times, direct connection to the garden.  [ Read More ]