Archive for the ‘Home Design’ Category

This house is full of natural elements as the main attraction. Located on one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Brutalist Tropical Home in Bali has an area of 512 square meters hidden in a small valley located inside the rice fields on the south coast of the island. Completed by architectural studio Patisandhika and designer Dan Mitchell, this house has truly become a stunning tropical paradise. The open concept is an interesting small part of the interior mat, a double living room stands in the middle of the house, while the structural plates that extend horizontally overshadow  [ Read More ]

Kids usually prefer playing outdoors rather than having to keep quiet inside the house, besides the many fun things they can get, playing outside also gives them an inspiring experience. For this reason, you need to build a playground that is safe to play. In addition to the many benefits it brings, the playground will train their imagination and learn life skills. Making an actual playground is not difficult, the most important thing is that you have to consider the function and safety of the play area so that it can be suitable for your child’s age. Invite your children  [ Read More ]

At present it is difficult to find a residence that is truly stylish in the middle of the city, but the collaboration of DKO and SLAB architecture has added a bold, masculine touch to the vertical black metal facade in Australia. Named the Campbell Street residence it looks like a pair of urban townhouses generated from case studies in dense urban architecture. To make it happen, a plot of land measuring 76 square meters was converted into two, each consisting of a bright three-bedroom vertical residence. Located in collingwood, Australia, each house consists of six levels, including a basement, a  [ Read More ]

Pink House is a beautiful project renovated by Italian/Portuguese practice Mezzo Atelier. Located on the Atlantic island of São Miguel, in the Azores, it was originally an old cage from the beginning of the 20th century that was transformed into two guest houses where history and contemporary live side by side in balance. The main objective of this project is to keep the construction of characters, lines, and its rural atmosphere, while adapting the attached structure of typology entirely new and contemporary regulations. The new open concept where carefully blended in colored facades, as well as on stone walls, and  [ Read More ]

This Hamptons house is a reflection of the historic homes that we often visit. Featured in Jessica Helgerson interior design giving a significant change to the floor plan and final completion, the house was transformed into a light-inspired Scandinavian holiday. Named Amagansett House, reminds us a little like going home and what we can find in it. A comfortable sitting room with built-in sofas on each floor and extend the kitchen which was previously occupied by the screened porch. The palette uses pale wood, white painted wood, handmade white tiles, marble and brass. It is a combination of home style,  [ Read More ]