Friday, November 25th 2016, 17:44:02 PM Published at Niklas Larsen, Unique Accent Furniture Pieces to Make Homes and Interiors Fun and More Interesting Furniture. You may think that having unique furniture pieces in your home would be fun and make your home more interesting. Well, that’s true and we also encourage you to get one that you think fits. And lucky you, such wonderful furniture pieces could be more in number than you have seen. There are chairs, sofas and tables with shape and design that are not quite usual. And here are some of them.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Sunday, July 02nd 2017, 15:22:46 PM. This cottage is located in the mountain in Nagano and was designed by architect Shin Ohori from the Japanese architecture firm named General Design Co. The main function is for research dwelling so the mountain cottage is expected to naturally degrade back into soils after its service times. The materials used are mostly of local pine wood for that purpose along with the unique bright yellow tents originally from the North Face. As a Mountain Research which is also the name for the cottage, this building is equipped with standard kitchen, bathroom, storage and another important area for a mountain cottage, an outdoor living space and patio. Designers.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Sunday, July 02nd 2017, 15:09:29 PM. This room continuous into the outdoor living room where the particular place is semi sheltered with timber pergola and semitransparent roof. After this room the design flows into outdoor pool that is lifted and encircled with timber deck and is semi enclosed with glass. CplusC. photo credit: Murray Fredericks.
Home Designs Niklas Larsen, Saturday, June 24th 2017, 08:13:39 AM. Other rooms’ interiors are more vibrant and warmth. At the stair, the staircase is made of light brown wood material as well as the ceiling. Such design looks so wonderful to be combined with the interior concrete wall. And if you like to get a much warmer ambiance, the living room in this modern inclined house is so calm yet fresh and welcoming. It has large glass wall at the rear part of the house and the wooden ceiling looks warmth and the red sofa set is fun to look at and is enchanting to use. Nunatak Architects.
Furniture Stela Lucija, Wednesday, June 21st 2017, 05:48:47 AM. This amazing modern furniture with strong ethnic, traditional touch by cappellini adapts a traditional craft technique from the far east, Vietnam. The orinal technique was of making bowls from paper thread that is rolled around sea grass. The designers at Glimpt studio have come out with this “Superheroes,” a super modern furniture that is also rich with ethnic, traditional touch. The thread however, is rolled around tubing and is attached to a metal frame in order to create this amazing furniture for Italian furniture brand, Cappellini. This “Superheroes” is, a very interesting lounge seating not only for its design. But it also carries a story for the manufacturing technique and the history behind it. Cappellini.
Home Designs Stela Lucija, Saturday, June 17th 2017, 01:22:31 AM. The main volume of the home features flat roof that is used for outdoor seating area. This area can be accessed from the minimalist stair located at the side of the rustic yet elegant stone wall fence. This roof area is a perfect space to enjoy sun and is completed with lighting and features a black chimney that directs the fume from the fireplace in the living area.
Home Designs Adeline Soós, Tuesday, June 13th 2017, 15:24:15 PM. The headboard for the bed is large and seems come in multiple panels. Other bedrooms also have similar view and even headboard style. And, this particular bedroom has a bathroom with pretty minimalist design and floating wooden bathroom vanity. The kitchen for this villa is so elegant and has wonderful wood pattern in pretty dark brown color. It has pretty wonderful kitchen island and from there, one could see the amazing beach view just as one could see from the bedroom.
Architecture Designs Niklas Larsen, Monday, June 12th 2017, 09:13:27 AM. Located at the bottom of the Le Massif de Charlevoix Mountain in Quebec, Canada, this train station functions as an access point for tourists visiting the great mountain. The train station building is built of locally harvested Tamarack wood that changes color overtime, integrating the building to its rural landscape. The natural lighting for the building is obtained in a satisfying way, the beautiful spacing for the wood at the admission brings both natural light and reflecting its rural architecture of the rustic barns and the timber structures. Built along the St. Lawrence River, the simplicity of the architecture design, the relationship of the scales and the river do make the train station integrates with its nature. It is a beautiful yet natural addition to its landscape.
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