Archive for the ‘Apartments’ Category

Practical One Bedroom Apartment With A Linear Layout

When living alone, you have no need for extra rooms or anything else you wouldn’t normally use yourself. So what should such a space include? If you’re the practical type, you’d probably enjoy having a home such as this one: a small apartment located in Leblon, Rio the Janeiro measuring 27 square meters. The apartment has a linear layout so the kitchen, the living area and the bedroom could form a single long space.

The apartment is comfortable and practical. The partitions between the rooms have been removed, thus making the apartment larger and more spacious.

Considering that it’s a one-person apartment, the need for partitions between the rooms was not really necessary. The kitchen was also repositioned at one point. The bedroom/sleeping area featured a sliding door. The mirrored door, when closed, provides privacy and makes the room seem more spacious.

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Bachelor Pad Featuring A Modern Décor With Accent Details From The ’60s

Today we’re going to take a look at a very interesting bachelor pad, unlike anything that might come to mind when thinking of such a space. The apartment we have in mind is located in Moscow and it was a project by architect Maxim Tikhonov from m2project Design Bureau. It’s a compact space, more exactly a studio but it looks and feels spacious and very breezy.

The style chosen by the architect for this place is a mix of modern and retro, with some nice inspiration from the 1960s. This unexpected combination of influences has resulted in an interior design with lots of character and personality and the two styles work together beautifully.

Functionality and comfort were the basic concepts for the project. The studio has an overall very simple design. All the elements which could block the views or become excessive were removed and all that remains is a very functional and practical décor.

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Eclectic Apartment Featuring A Diverse Color Palette And A Casual Interior

Completed in 2012, this apartment was a project by DT estudio arquitectura. It’s located in Sao Paulo, Brazil and it has a very memorable interior design. The overall impression is that this is a very casual home designed for someone with a modern lifestyle and someone who loves diversity.

The large windows in the living area let in lots of natural light

The apartment measures 680 square feet which is approximately 63 square meters. It’s not a very large place but it’s spacious enough to include a large bedroom and a big living area. All the rooms seem to communicate with one another and this dialogue allow for a smooth transition between spaces.

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A Mix Of Scandinavian And Modern Elements In A 75 Square Meter Apartment In Valencia

A style is not restricted to a particular area of the globe, as this apartment in Valencia beautifully shows us. The apartment has lots of elements inspired from the Scandinavian culture and, if we didn’t know its location, we would have though it’s a Nordic home for sure. The Scandinavian features are nicely mixed with modern elements, a perfect combination.

Featuring simple lines and a color palette based on light and neutral shades such as white, gray, black and natural wood, the apartment offers elegant contrasts as well as a balanced décor.

The whole space feels very open and airy. That’s partly due to the layout. The living and dining areas share the same space. They are, however, nicely delimited. The bedroom is a separate room, although visually it becomes part of this vast open floor plan because of the glass wall.

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Modern And Traditional Work Together In A Flawless 38 Sqm Studio Design

You rarely see a balance of styles, textures, materials and colors as beautiful as in this apartment. Located in Trastevere, in Rome, Italy, this studio apartment is very intriguing and very stylish. It was a project by Archifacturing, completed in 2011.

The architects chose to use a combination of modern and traditional elements in order to achieve a soothing but also visually interesting design and décor for the apartment.

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70 Square Meter Apartment With A Continuous Layout And a Wall Divider Made of Plastic Crates

When talking about an apartment, the first things that anyone wants to know are usually related to the layout and the surface. This would make this particular apartment very interesting. This place has a total surface of 70 square meters. It’s usually plenty of space for two large rooms or three smaller ones. But this apartment only has one very large space.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that the whole place is one huge room with a single function. Although there are no walls to separate the different spaces, there is one element which could be considered a partition. It’s a big red bookcase with an unusual design. It’s unusual because it’s made of plastic crates.

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Modern Loft In A Former Warehouse Building

This modern loft is part of a building which used to be an American Express warehouse. Schappacher White Architecture combined two spaces inside the warehouse and created the Hudson Loft. Located in TriBeCa, New York, the loft has a very interesting design. The architects managed to preserve the main characteristics of the building and to transfer them to the loft as a means of preserving the history.

The columns are a very interesting element and a great way of balancing the colors

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