When you truly know your passions, creating a dream home can be easier than you could ever imagine. With a little faith in yourself and a bit of work, your deepest wish will eventually become true! If you don’t believe us, ask Marco and Ilse, the proud owners of this marvelous loft. If you want to know their secret, well, it’s pretty easy: thinking outside the box.
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We all want our homes to be different from the other houses, to provide a special feeling of peace, freedom and infinite space. We are pretty sure you’ve thought about what you should have or change in order to make your home feel cozy and airy. Have you found the right answer for your question? Because if not, we have one for you: floor to ceiling windows.
This hauntingly beautiful penthouse will redefine your standards of luxury living. Situated in London, at 21 Wapping Lane, and fully refurbished by Amos and Amos Architects, this one of a kind living space will certainly leave a mark on you. Just by looking at these images you can feel the fresh London air filling up your lungs.
Decorating a bachelor pad can be really challenging for any of us, even if at first it doesn’t seem to be so complicated. A bachelor pad should entirely represent the one who lives in it. Hobbies, preferences in terms of art, ways of entertaining guests, style, colors, furniture, all of these plus tones of other details should outline the owner’s personality.
We all know that education is the first step towards evolution, which means that there will always be room for campuses or other suitable places for students. Morphosis Architects, led by Thom Mayne, have created the Emerson College on Sunset Boulevard, L.A. This campus is designed to connect and provide shelter for over 200 undergraduate students that are willing to learn new things in fields such as art, communication and other interdisciplinary studies.
This residential project was recently completed by D4 Designs, a multi-award winning design practice founded in 2000 by Douglas Paton. With a bold façade and large outdoor spaces, this amazing house boasts personality and elegance. A special charm is given by the dark rectangular box above the main entrance.
When I first saw Casa dos Terracos I remembered about Santorini and the charming white buildings out there. Located in Carvoeiro, Portugal, this house was built in 1967 and used as a holiday retreat. Over time, things have changed. Studio Arte renovated it to fulfill all the necessary conditions so that a family could permanently live here. They did a pretty good job!