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Modern Wooden House Of An Old Toy Store

Combining natural and modern design with industrial features and getting a stylish space is a hard work but Architecture studio Egue y Seta managed to do that successfully with this layout in Barcelona, Spain. This unique home was once an old commercial property, a toy store, then went on to become an ultra-modern house. The architects left the essential...Continue Reading...

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Industrial Space Turned Into A Cozy Open-Plan Home

Tue, Dec 17, 2013 | Modern home designs

Converting an industrial space into a living one making it cozy at the same time is a difficult task but this Portland home shows that the designers succeeded. The main advantage of an industrial place is lots of space and light due to the big windows, so in this home these advantages were highlighted: the windows were left as they were and the space plan...Continue Reading...

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Atelierhouse Residence: Working And Living Space In One

This residence is a studio and a house in one, is a working and living space for multiple residents. It’s called Atelierhouse Residence by Harry Thaler. The interior is modern and kind of minimalist, with white walls and ceilings, every corner is full of light. To continue the style Harry Thaler also made the furnishings: warm, clean, easily movable ones...Continue Reading...

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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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Converted Century-Old Rustic And Whimsical Farmhouse

Tue, Nov 26, 2013 | Mid-century home designs

I just can’t get enough of the views of this century-old farmhouse! It’s located in the Netherlands, and unfortunately I don’t know who the designer is. The converted farmhouse is decorated in a natural and rugged Scandinavian style with strokes of whimsy that makes it so fun. Look at the rustic look of the floors and the way the left the original...Continue Reading...

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Bright And Lively House Of A Dutch Designer

Mon, Nov 25, 2013 | Modern home designs

I think that a house of a designer is always a very peculiar thing, as any designer has his or her own preferences and knows how to realize them in the best way. Dutch designer Annebet Philips tried to fit her designs right into the space, and she managed to do that very harmoniously. Annebet has shown us how her works have come alive in her home. The...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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Mallorca House With Open And Light Interiors

Mon, Nov 11, 2013 | Decorating

Spanish island of Mallorca is a real paradise, and Marga Rotger created a fantastic house for a young family here: it serves not only to the adults to entertain friends and family, but also caters to the life of their young children. The interior is modern and rather simple, done in light shades. Each room has its own pieces, large and small, that make it...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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Stylish Taiwan Home With A High Level Of Interactivity

Thu, Nov 7, 2013 | Modern home designs

The owner of this apartment works in the fashion industry and so he wanted to have a home with unique and personal features, while being stylish and elegant. The designers from H2o+Co2 Design reduced partition walls to a minimum level to break the independent spatial pattern and to make the space layers brighter and more transparent. They decided to combine...Continue Reading...

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