Monday, June 12th 2017, 09:13:27 AM Published at Niklas Larsen, Beautiful Wooden Architecture Train Station with Beautiful Wood Spacing for Wall by STGM Architectes Architecture Designs. Reaching the station is by climbing the wooden steps with its 2 U shaped staircases for each step. This structure probably is formed by a single wooden staircase plank made with 3 wooden supports at the ends and at the middle. This design matches and looks stunning combined with the spacing for the station’s wooden wall. Upstairs, the train station is a wonderful shelter for tourists wanting to continue the trip to the ski area over the mountains by using the cable cars. Architects: STGM Architectes. Photographs: Stéphane Groleau.
Friday, January 27th 2017, 08:20:13 AM Published at Niklas Larsen, Wonderful Unique Concrete University Building in Beirut with Overhanging Volume Long Safe and Easy to Climb Ramp and Palm Gardens Architecture Designs. This unique, wonderful concrete building is a university building belongs to the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut (AUB). The architect, Zaha Hadid Architects had won a competition to design a new building for the university and came out with a special place to engage and encourage research, interaction and to broaden debate on the public policy and international relations in the Arab world.
Accessories Niklas Larsen, Tuesday, January 03rd 2017, 10:22:06 AM. Today we also have a suspension lamp that is composed from many plywood discs in various color and sizes. The way the discs are connected may looks chaotic but that’s resulting in a beautiful discs arrangement that looks fancy and stylish. The plywood finish doesn’t quite reveal its material identity since its bright color combination could looks “shiny” when the lights play on its surface. This colorful suspension lamp, the “Bau Pendant” was designed by Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt for Normann-Copenhagen. Photos: Dorte Krogh.
Accessories Niklas Larsen, Monday, January 02nd 2017, 10:15:17 AM. This crushed paper looked vase is unique yet beautiful. Its “crushed” shape may resemble a paper bag and its color just fits for that. But the difference is you can put some water in it without making it wet. This design of this crushed paper like vase can be very interesting in any interior. And if you like this design, the price is affordable and you could visit “The Ceramic Bag” for more information and buying this product.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Monday, January 02nd 2017, 10:13:47 AM. The first impression is so…enchanting, and the next? I believe that many of you will fall in love with this home quickly. As the home location is on a hilltop with beautiful view, The Architect of Safdie Rabines & Gallagher & Gallagher and award winning builder from Wardell Builders designed the home to maximize the view from its surrounding. The result is many large windows in every corner. But that’s not enough, since it is one of the best locations in the area as shown in the photographs, the architect also designed the home to be as beautiful as possible.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Friday, December 30th 2016, 10:59:27 AM. It seems that the thick forest that surrounds the house is one of the determining factors in designing this house this way. Other factors could be anything including taste and style but the final result is stunning. The ring house as the architects stated is completely built of the series of glass and wood rings which enclose the modern interior. The wood rings there provide privacy to the owners and frame the glass. The glass itself, the ring of this house is in unique yet nearly futuristic design. I think about zebra stripes but instead of white stripes, they are transparent. Inside, the bright interior is designed in minimalist style. There’s nearly no wall inside this house. At least only the one that divided the bedroom is visible on the pictures. This house is located just outside of Tokyo and was designed by Takei-Nabeshima Architects. (tna-arch.com/).
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Friday, December 30th 2016, 03:01:17 AM. The calm evergreen forest and the serene snow-mantled peaks are more than enough to draw people to come. But, having a beautiful house in this environment can be a real dream. And this dream comes true for the family as the architects at Eggleston Farkas Architects (eggfarkarch.com) built this stunning house. This Methow Cabin offers the beauty in simplicity. The simple flat lines of wood façade is raised on the stone base. The shed style house allows the snow to slide off the roof. This house is built parallel with the slope with the main façade facing the great peaks. The interior’s design is done in the same fashion. Timber is dominant material for walls and flooring giving the house a warmth and feeling of living inside the nature itself. The place where the house is built in Winthrop is a base for skiing in the winter and mountain biking in the summer.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, December 27th 2016, 13:53:24 PM. This slope house is a project that A-cero built with large marble travertine and special design of the front with black windows and enormous pergola. The architect then named it "fortress". The location of the house which is just at the front of a beach gives another impression in our perception about a fortress. The long curved walls in front of the house give not only beautiful look but also privacy to the owner while keeping the house design flows on the slight slope. The interior design is clean and sleek like any other modern home design. There are suspended table, library and one beautiful garden-faced room. This house is magnificent and beautiful.At the exterior, the color of the marble is so amazing. The stone looks so luxurious. Wonderful courtyards also were built outside. At the higher ground level, A small courtyard was completed with large boulders and tree with red leaves. At lower level, a spacious lawn spans into distant tree boundaries. At the same level, a courtyard with small plants are built next to a curved pool. There, the pool continues and crosses the entrance doorstep. This courtyard also is adorned with pebble before the pebble finally hits the raised ground border and trees.Inside, the interior is spacious and luxurious. An oval dining table was appointed to complement this wonderful dream home. luxurious chairs with geometric legs surround the table. And, the chairs look like marble too in color although these furniture pieces are covered with fabric. There, an ethnic styled room divider looks so wonderful. Its brown and tan colors look so different in such calm environment. It looks rich in color and pattern. Another dining room looks much more calm than the previous one. The desk is curved and comes with brass color. The floor comes in striped color and the chairs are in ultra modern style. However, both dining rooms are bordered with glass and face green area with long distance view to the city. Others, this luxurious home is completed with 1 black and light gray bathroom with its elegant black round sink and mirror tiles wall. The living room as the opposite of other interior is rich in detail. The table is consisted of 4 square tables with gold colored decoration at the middle. The 3 sofas are large and its platform-like floor looks beautiful.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Monday, December 26th 2016, 10:00:20 AM. Helal New Moon Residence was Designed by Ehrlich Architects. The architects have transformed the desert site into an oasis with pool and landscaping. This 35.000-square foot building is designed with Islamic Architectural Style. The obvious form is the canopy which forms a crescent moon, the symbol of new life that tops the minarets of Islam. Some of the building elements were chosen specifically for the desert environment. A pool that flows indoor and provides cooling has been built around the front fae. A moucharabie, the traditional lattice sunscreen filters direct sun. The present of the building as an oasis is also justified with gardens with fountains which are supplied with ample desalinated waters and shady courtyards. The executive architect for this project was Godwin Austen Johnson.
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