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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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Ultra Minimalist White House With Picture Windows

Wed, Sep 11, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

If you are fan of minimalist architecture and design just like me, you’ll be excited to see this house by William Reue Architecture. The key element in the architecture is the long sculptural wall clad in Cor-Ten weathering steel. The color and shape of the wall create this stunning presence emerging from the forest floor. For the other side there’s a...Continue Reading...

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Stylish Minimalist House With Predominant Black In Design

Thu, Aug 29, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

Black color is the strongest and the most impressive in the spectrum. Besides, in the fashion and design world black is the color that is always fashionable and popular. This sharp-looking house is one of the projects of Kaipainen Architects and the interior was created by Mirella Melander-Salminen, Tamio Salminen and Ulla Koskinen. Here black is the...Continue Reading...

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Pure Minimalism: Black And White Monochromatic Apartment Design

Thu, Jun 20, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

Why do Japanese designers love minimalism? I think because their philosophy is related to it: beauty is not in excessive luxury but in harmony of details. This apartment for a couple in Tokyo is a monochromatic space in pure black and white minimalism. Studio PANDA followed the requests of the owners and provided a place with many storage solutions,...Continue Reading...

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Minimalist Home 09 Of Pine Plywood

Wed, Jun 5, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

Plywood is a great design material due to being relatively inexpensive, viable and desirable. i29 interior architects took the basic pine wood material and used it for covering large expanses of the interior to bring more warmth inside of Home 09 in Bloemendaal, Netherlands. The entire surface is covered with wood – walls, fireplace, shelving, and...Continue Reading...

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Surrealistic 18.36.54 House Finished In Reflective Steel

Wed, May 29, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

When I see this house, my first thought is ‘Wow’! Daniel Libeskind is the author of this 18.36.54 house in Connecticut. The name derives from the 18 planes, 36 points, and 54 lines of the spiraling ribbon which defines its living spaces. The outside is clad in mirror-finish bronzed stainless steel which accentuates and exaggerates environmental changes...Continue Reading...

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Minimalist House With Strict Geometric Shapes

Tue, May 21, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This cool house by Marc Prosman Architects was built in 2011 in Amsterdam, on one of the six artificial islands which compose IJburg region. The shape of the villa was dictated by the proportional volumes and the shape of the island. The façade is glass and it’s framed with wood; the geometrical shape is rather strict and there’s an unusual balcony....Continue Reading...

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300 Years Old Italian Farm With Minimalist Interiros

Tue, Apr 16, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This old house is called Casa Olivi and is located not far from Treia town in Italy. It used to be a farm and now the building is more than 300 years old! The exterior remained untouched while the interiors were completely restored in modern style. Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron decided that minimalist interiors would make a cool...Continue Reading...

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Minimalist House With A Glazed Facade

Fri, Mar 22, 2013 | Minimalist home designs

This unusual and very calm house is located in Brittany and was built by French firm Lode Architecture. The D House on the banks of an estuary; the ground floor is a big open-plan space while the first floor has a series of smaller rooms. The ground floor has a glazed facade with views down to the water, the space is very open to the outside and there’s a...Continue Reading...

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