Monday, February 20th 2017, 10:58:38 AM Published at Stela Lucija, Captivating Classic to Modern Kitchen Hutches Kitchens. Besides the two, there are many other inspiring hutches. A classic hutch with wood color, blue or black hutches with white wooden wall and even a hutch with open shelves design. And if you like, a rustic China hutch also can be so interesting to be used.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Wednesday, January 25th 2017, 10:07:55 AM. The interiors have different stories from its calm, simple exterior. It’s brighter, more colorful and obviously not a minimalist interior design like the exterior design counterpart. Light blue colors of the wall, chair and the couch play beautiful visual impact with timber flooring and furniture. And, also with the unique chessboard like rugs. Along with those color combination, the house decoration also use some red elements to give strong visual impact for some point of spaces. The design is in wonderful contrast with the low profile yet beautiful fireplace. This beautiful house belongs to Carol Richard.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, January 24th 2017, 10:11:39 AM. This beautiful black and white home is a house of an Australian Architect Sharon Fraser. It is off course, fits their taste and style. And for Sharon it is “something I’ve wanted to build for a while, totally different from the other projects.” For us it is also different than anything we have ever seen. Three different volumes with stunning black and white color and different shape for each volume is something that we will remember at the first sight. With the site overlooking a lush green valley, bringing the outdoors in is a must. Large windows and entry with sliding and pivoting glass doors are the main features for the task. The outdoor swimming pool that enclosed with transparent glass is also designed as a place to admire the nature. The sense of humor of the architect is shown by placing the red rabbit in front of the pool. It can be seen directly from the home when the owner or her guests admire the nature. The home is located in Byron Bay. Australia. photo credit: Richard Powers.
Uncategorized Stela Lucija, Monday, January 23rd 2017, 15:22:56 PM. We also have interesting interior design from a hotel interior in Milan designed by Simone Micheli. The water drop bubbles that emerge from the ceiling accompany the guest to the hotel’s spa. The shiny bubbles are made from plastic with chromium plated surface. The bubbles accompany the guest the same way as bubbles escape from the champagne bottle. The bubble decorations are going thicker and increase in number.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Monday, January 23rd 2017, 10:37:09 AM. This cool two-story house was designed by architect Michael P. Johnson with modern and minimalist concept. The materials and color of choice for the house were chosen carefully to make the house both stand out and blend with the mountain environment. The beauty white and clean walls resemble the snow while the timber wall lining represents the woods. In the inside, the white coloring dominates the interior design. These interiors were carefully designed to give different atmosphere like black and white combination for the kitchen, the all-white bathroom and the warmth timber panels around the living room which physically being warmth by a beautiful fireplace.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Monday, January 23rd 2017, 10:29:36 AM. The heritage of Northampton, Eastern Pennsylvania is proudly translated into this blue and light gray concrete home design. The used of cement product for the home material is the way to honor the birthplace of American Portland Cement for the Architect Joseph N. Biondo. The blue and light gray exterior wall colors are interesting. The blue comes in two shades and in striped pattern for the upper level. This house looks stylish thanks to the geometric blue shades of the wall. The ground level grey concrete wall at the opposite looks solid. The home as a whole is calm and classy. In the inside, the interior design is minimalist with beautiful touch of color and texture from both cement and wood materials.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Sunday, January 22nd 2017, 10:03:41 AM. This amazing red and white sustainable house was designed by two students at Taliesin West, Jennifer Siegal and Victor Sidy. Their exceptional talents are represented in this beautiful house with its red and white facade. The built up area is 600 sq-feet and this modern dessert prefab can be assembled off site. This beautiful prefab sits on the steel column which doesn’t require a traditional foundation, an economical way to build a house. The sustainable features are including rainwater collection system, low energy fixtures, gray-water recycle system and PV cells. This house is also designed with sun orientation. Its open design enables the natural cooling for the house as well as provides views inside. This sleek, elegant prefab house comes with side entrance with wonderful simple concrete block steps. The terrace is located at one end enclosed by metal balustrade. The interior is minimalist. The fully functional kitchen is quite small and straight with the kitchen island at one end. I like the floating cabinetry concept making floor cleaning easy. A unique lighting concept is used there. Single lighting fixture is used along the prefab with lamps installed at needed spaces. If your plan today is building a modern prefab house, we believe that this Mod.fab is one of the best ideas out there. Photos credit: Bill Timmerman.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Sunday, January 22nd 2017, 10:03:36 AM. This beautiful shipping container sunset observatory is raised in the harbor of Songdo New City in Incheon, South Korea. Composed of five shipping containers, this “OceanScope” stands beautifully with three different angles of 10, 30 and 50 degrees. Since the container shape is of cubical design, any attempt to flex the shape to make it visually flow and blend with the nature is usually difficult. So the AnL Studio wanted to focus on the designing of the container itself and to show others how the stiff steel building blocks could be attractive as well. These recycled shipping containers were planted firmly on solid concrete foundation and were installed with metal stairs. The beach visitor can walk inside and see three distinct views in every container with different angle. The cuts along the walls serve as viewing windows. There, the interior features 10’ slope and 30’ metal stair to the top. There are also 50’ mirror surface / seat and screen / projection. The interior itself is finished with wood board finish.
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