Friday, September 29th 2017, 10:36:48 AM Published at Adeline Soós, Excellent Modern Modular Colorful Wood and Glazed Ceramic Italian Cabinets Furniture Furniture. The design of the cabinet itself can be vertical or horizontal. The horizontal type has 2 storage spaces and has 2 doors that open to the side. The vertical type is more like a stacked cabinet. And with its glossy surface painting, the vertical cabinet looks a little bit similar to a fridge.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, May 06th 2017, 12:05:50 PM. The famous modern house belonged to the Czech émigré architect Ladislav Rado that was built in 1956-1957 provided the original context for its renovation, including preserving the relationship of this modern forest house to its outside and its landscape. By careful design, the 1000-sq ft available built-up area due to the restrictions have been optimized and by utilizing an Architect Led Design Build process, Peter Gluck and Partners Architects reduced the costs by a third and the budget barrier was met. The original house had been renovated with 1980s postmodern style while the renovation adds a half-round stair tower and a bedroom inside the cantilevered volume over the ravine.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Friday, May 05th 2017, 12:37:31 PM. Under the geometric, triangle metal roof the interior of this seasonal cottage was designed to be comfortable during winter and summer. It features sheltered parking that protects car from snow or rain. This “Under the Moonlight” house was built in two levels with the daily activities are accommodated on the ground floor.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, May 02nd 2017, 12:17:29 PM. This Modern Wood House, the “Maintencillo House” is located on the coast of Chile’s Valparaíso Region and was designed by architect Jonas Retamal. The house is suspended over the slope and featuring large glass windows and balcony which seem to be a platform to enjoy the distant horizon view and anything in between. A rounded window on a side of the house complemented the design. The interior is quite warm and simple, some furnishing carry different bright colors to create livable atmosphere.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Thursday, April 27th 2017, 12:11:51 PM. The wall in front of the long study desk is made of concrete with calm and almost cold color. However, the texturing of the wall and ceiling make this interior livable while the large glass doors provide ample natural lights inside. The minimalist interior design also is visible from the design of the stair. The stair there is simple and is made of concrete slabs with wooden staircase accent for the first step. There, the beautiful wall is made of white concrete with some black patterns making the look so stylish. Combined with the wooden floor, the interior is elegant, charming yet calm and a little bit cold. Also in this interior, the glass wall is wide and provides ample natural light and garden view to the interior. Upstairs, a bathroom also looks minimalist and is decorated with wood-look wall in rustic style. However, the floor tiles is black and is in glossy color making the bathroom as a whole looks a little bit glamorous. Architect: Artechnic. Pictures by Nacasa & Partners.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 12:47:35 PM. If we see the black sofa, wood floors and other interior items, we could see some near formal atmosphere but the presence of the green walls have made the modern interior of this “Casa Schierle” looks more casual. Matthias Benz.
Landscapes Gardens Adeline Soós, Thursday, April 13th 2017, 12:30:57 PM. First, you need to prepare the location, you need to dig deep enough (but not deeper than the original container) and add organic compost if necessary, depending on the soil type and condition. The hole for the grass’s root ball should be at least twice of the root’s size, fill the plant with water, drain it down, refill it with soil, tamp it down and then water it again. The ornamental grass should be pruned in the early spring, for the grass varieties which die completely from year to year, you need to cut them within inches from the ground, this will allow the new growth to thrive. For the varieties which stay green a year long, you would only need to clean them or removing the dead or infected blades. Via.
Furniture Niklas Larsen, Wednesday, April 12th 2017, 12:44:55 PM. Simple yet multifunction furniture would always has a place anywhere and so is this multifunction and transformable “Moduline” chair by Manole Diana. She is a designer from Moldova and the transformable chair was made for Apiqadesign. The movable parts allow transforming and modifying the chair into various shapes and functions, from a single chair with backrest into a stool and into a bench for two. Aside from its functions, the chair itself looks contemporary thanks to the design and color combination. The chair itself is made of organic materials like wood, metal and bio plastics that would ensure its quality and its compatibility with nature. So, this transformable chair is not beautiful only but it is also green as well. Apiqadesign.
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