A choice from the country flavor to Laguna, a kitchen for those who love the cozy atmosphere, the echoes pleasantly retro lines and details. Vintage style for the hood showcases the traditional fireplace and a view.A version of Laguna with central island, where the handles pointing to the color contrast for increased visibility and status. Inside the base is also a handy place cellar. Read the rest of this entry »
This beautiful house was designed by designer John Berg. I do not have much information on this particular structure, but it is worth to publish some photos to inspire you to dream and so many ideas on how to design our future home. The strength or rather the aspect that fascinates me the most are these big windows in the living room. Enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »
Murdock Young Architects have made an excellent job of restructuring of this house in East Hampton, New York. The house initially, although modern, was a bit aged and Murdock Young has made a new contemporary home. Read the rest of this entry »
The study has recently Designhouses Spanish Viura fill in the Hotel, located in the Rioja Alava wine region in Spain. Hotel Viura is great but with its 26 rooms, seven suites, two bars and a restaurant the very best that you could have a living in this Spanish resort.Rioja Alava is one of those typical country surrounded by the old world charm of Spanish wine that manages to blend seamlessly with ultramodern architecture Viura and Hotel is a perfect example of this marriage. Read the rest of this entry »
As you know, Holland is a country that has a long history of inhabiting territories which are below sea level. Large and complex drainage systems have been part of the solutions that these areas have had to deal since medieval times.
But now, instead of drainage systems have emerged some new ideas, like this one called “New Water”, which proposes the first floating dwelling unit called The Citadel. Those responsible for this idea is Ken Oithuis of Waterstudio. Read the rest of this entry »
For the Brazilian designer Brunno Jahara working with wood is a clear ethical choice (produced in an environmentally friendly manner), it is probably also an economical choice (like many other designers who choose to work with waste materials or recycled), but is also a how to tell the world a piece of Brazilian life. Read the rest of this entry »