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Tree-Shaped House With Modern Interiors At The Seaside

This house is kind of realization of every person – it’s a tree house by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. It’s not exactly built on the tree but has its shape. Situated on a hillside with trees and bush vegetation and overlooking the ocean, the house seems to be part of the forest thanks to its shape, colors and reduced size. The colors and...Continue Reading...

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Stunning New Zealand Glass House With Minimalist Interiors

Tue, Dec 3, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This elegant house by BVN Donovan Hill is characterized of fantastic views of the untamed New Zealand landscape, and it’s deeply connected with nature. The entire main volume of the house is perched above the land on a bridge-like truss system, eliminating the need to reshape the hillside’s natural curve. The residence is built of metal and glass...Continue Reading...

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A Library Converted Into A Charming Scandinavian House

Creative people always have very interesting and stylish homes, that’s why we’d like to tell you of stylist and editor at Dutch home & DIY magazine, Kim Van Rossenberg. The house is located in Nijkerk, the Netherlands. I can’t believe it – it’s a former library! It has been converted in a pretty and charming home with a kitchen in the...Continue Reading...

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Impressive Minimalist House With Original Details Left

Thu, Nov 21, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This awesome minimalist space with industrial details is Espace St-Denis designed by Anne Sophie Goneau. Highlighting and maintaining the original details, like the brick wall, wood wall, and the steel structure, were important and surprise finds as they details were uncovered during demolition. Most of the surfaces are white which helps the light bounce...Continue Reading...

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Traditional Villa In Greece With Ultra-Minimalist Interiors

This Villa Anemolia was built in Santorini, Greece, and presents 3 traditional and original vaulted rooms that are closed off of the street and only have windows that open to the inner courtyard. Extremely private, the courtyard offers a quiet place to unwind at the end of the day. The decor is kept to the basics with the shapes of the built-ins creating...Continue Reading...

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Thai Home Balancing Between European And Asian Architectural Traditions

This Thai house is balancing between European and Asian architectural traditions and ground and sky. Architectkidd Co. Ltd. Seem to solve issues arising from the landscape surrounding it in high style. The main house is set asymmetrically on top of a conglomerate of much more rounded guest quarters, a geometric contrast to the structure below. The elevated...Continue Reading...

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Cozy Moscow Apartment With Bold Turquoise Accents

Tue, Nov 12, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

In this Moscow apartment despite of the minimalist style, there is much comfort and coziness. The goal when decorating and designing this space was to manage to blend comfort with the practical and functional side of an apartment. Designed by a team from ZE|Workroom studio, the apartment acquired a very homey feel and a cozy and yet minimalist interior with...Continue Reading...

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Toorak House Blurring Boundaries Between In And Out

The Toorak House by AM Architecture in Melbourne is hiding the boundaries between in and out. The architecture and interiors are minimalist, in simple color schemes: black, grey, brown and beige. The materials and textures used create a luxury atmosphere; in the patio you’ll see original fruit sculptures of wood. All the public areas are open to the sunny...Continue Reading...

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Stunning Minimalist House Renovation In Moscow

Wed, Oct 16, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

House N in Moscow was originally built in the 1990s and then completely updated by studio 4a Architekten by removing all the non-bearing interior walls and creating large expanses of glass on the exterior walls. The interior plan is open and a stunning staircase, cascading chandelier and furnishings kept to a low profile add to the vertical drama. This...Continue Reading...

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Calm Minimalist Apartment With Eye-Catching Textures

Tue, Oct 15, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

Russian designers don’t get behind Japanese ones in creating cool minimalist spaces. This apartment is a part of the residential complex Sparrow Hills in Moscow and was designed by Alexandra Fedorova. The color palette was kept simple, composed only of neutral hues, such as white, light gray, charcoal gray for a special accent wall. Dark wood flooring...Continue Reading...

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