Modern And Brutal House Carrara Of Concrete

Modern And Brutal House Carrara Of Concrete
House Carrara is a family home by Studio Valéria Montijo, the design of which was inspired by the modernist tradition of the residence’s location: Brasilia, Brazil. Created for a family who loves wood, concrete and cement, the spacious house optimizes indoor-outdoor flow with floor-to-ceiling windows on the ground level, which connect the living areas to... 
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Hoke House With Extensive Glazings And Skylights

Hoke House With Extensive Glazings And Skylights
Skylab Architecture built this incredibly angular home in Portland Oregon. The cantilevered portion of the house ads some serious drama and interest. The home feels sort of like a super modern treehouse with some of the most iconic design pieces inside. Let’s have a closer look at it. One of the main features of the... 
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Curved Eppich House With Modernist Classic Design

Curved Eppich House With Modernist Classic Design
Eppich House, which I want to tell you about today, is a modernist classic, a designer beacon, built for a steel manufacturer and his family. Its curvilinear lines and response to the site are much more Frank Lloyd Wright than Mies – a late 1970s equivalent to Fallingwater that took a decade to complete, with... 
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Tranquil Grey Apartment In 18th Century Building

Tranquil Grey Apartment In 18th Century Building
Looking for a peaceful dwelling in neutral shades to get inspired? I have one for you! Done entirely in soft shades of grey, the 18th century Copenhagen apartment of designer Oliver Gustav is a tranquil mix of antique and modern pieces against a classical background. The structure, built in 1734, is listed by the government... 
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Modern And Chic Screen House With Textural Touches

Modern And Chic Screen House With Textural Touches
This Screen House was created by Australian architecture firm Carter Williamson. This is a fine example of modern style with lots of chic touches, cool textures and solutions. Let’s take a closer look at it. What strikes me most of all in this home is the kitchen. The space features black cabinets, black leather chairs... 
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Modern And Bold Apartment With Mid-Century Touches

Modern And Bold Apartment With Mid-Century Touches
This modern eclectic apartment in Monaco by Humbert & Poyet has a great artistic vibe, every space here is quirky and eye-catching, so you won’t be able to take your eyes off. The living room features textural décor: a just rug, soft upholstery and wooden and metal details. A large brown leather sofa is a... 
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Modern Lively Spanish Apartment With A Smart Layout

Modern Lively Spanish Apartment With A Smart Layout
This Spanish apartment isn’t small, it’s is 70 square meters, and the owners did what they could to unlock its potential. Let’s see how they turned this flat into a modern and practical living space. The living room is fresh, bold and airy: the ceiling and walls are covered with light-colored wooden beams, the rest... 
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Modern AB House With A White Geometric Metal Net

Modern AB House With A White Geometric Metal Net
AB House in Israel was designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects and it consists of two, central boxes – one, a long rectangle constructed from exposed concrete, floats above the excavated yard and a reflection pool. Both of the two, central masses are covered with a metal net, painted white. The metal netting is constructed in... 
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Breezy Modern Family Home With An Infinity Edge Pool

Breezy Modern Family Home With An Infinity Edge Pool
The Mosman House, a beautiful single-family residence located in Sydney, Australia definitely stands out thanks to a sculptural façade and an infinity edge pool. The house was designed by architect Rolf Ockert and it puts together a wonderful mix of indoor and outdoor spaces, like this sunken seating area out on the deck, pushed towards the... 
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Modern Home With Clusters Of Wooden Columns

Modern Home With Clusters Of Wooden Columns
Named after the initial of its owners, the 144-square-metre Y-house was designed by Watanabe’s Tokyo-based studio for a couple and their three children. What’s so special about it? Clusters of diagonal columns splay out like tree branches inside the house, they look unique and are practical at the same time. Intended to reference surrounding trees,... 
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