Archive for the ‘Home Design’ Category

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 ]

Located in a new residential area in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, with a park on the north side. The project is to reintroduce green space in increasingly densely populated urban areas, called Stepping Park House, it is the newest residence designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects to maximize its relationship with neighboring parks, and to overcome frequent environmental problems such as urban floods, heat excess, and air pollution. The main focus on the design of the house is to be an extension of its environment by integrating green garden into the interior space. From the architects, The site is  [ Read More ]

This beautiful house is Scandinavian style which is also seen in its interior style. Located in G?ogów, a city in southwestern Poland, owners dream of a house characterized by the simplicity of natural forms and materials. The spaces are clear and open, the main material using oak wood is a characteristic of this architecture. At first glance it almost like a farmhouse, but still retains a lot of comfort with modern furniture. Seen from the kitchen island which blends with the dining room, and open living room with large windows to pamper your eyes. My favorite is still a minimalist  [ Read More ]

This is the best place to enjoy the natural beauty of Norway, Viewpoint Granasjøen is the modern version of the old Norwegian Gapahuk often called lean in English. Blessed by stunning views of the Granasjøen lake in the beautiful mountain region, Trollheimen in Norway. This building structure is designed as a summer shelter, food warehouse, bath house or just a place for them to take in the surrounding landscape, and is designed in close collaboration with customers to meet their every need. The Gapahuk uses natural materials that support the surrounding environment, coated in dark brown wood that matches the  [ Read More ]