When it’s hot outside and you get tired just thinking about anything work-related, a tiny cabin where you can go and simply relax and unwind seems like a heavenly place. Cabins are indeed excellent for spending the summer vacation in, especially if they’re located somewhere beautiful, with panoramic views and nature everywhere around them.
For those of you who love the silhouette of a structure, the lines that create an interior, or the intuitive design of a multi-functional space, you’ll love perusing Homedit’s Architecture articles. This section is full of clear, inspiring photos and insightful architecture-related commentary and advice.
Located in Gheut, Belgium, this single-family home was built inside an old industrial building/warehouse. It was a project by NU Architectuuratelier and the house still features the original red brick facade and the industrial roof. The interior, however, has been renovated and reorganized. Now the house a concrete, wood and steel structure which houses three shipping containers. The containers each serve a different purpose.
Designed by Wiel Arets Architects, the Jellyfish House impressed us in terms of architecture and beyond. The setting offers a special charm to this residence; you can find it on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, in Marbella. The three story house is almost entirely built of poured in place white-concrete.
Located in New York City, in close proximity to west Chelsea’s amazing art galleries, this modern and sophisticated townhouse was built here on the remains of a multifamily residence by Turett Collaborative Architects. It’s the perfect residence for art lovers or collectors, not just because of the location but also because of its exquisite design.
Hello world and Happy Monday! A brand new week starts today, full of great new ideas we can’t wait to share with you. Today we’ll start with this gorgeous mansion. It gave us a lot of inspiration and we hope it will do the same for you.
Located in Beverly Hills, California, this residence is a remodel of an existing home originally built in the 1970s. The remodel was a project by McClean Design and they designed a series of residential spaces starting from the original layout.