In this Victorian house in Brackenbury Village, London, was created by a restructuring of the study Sybarite, who has maintained the period features, but that gave the interior a decidedly contemporary face.
Designed for a large family with children, this house is distinguished by circles and angles are very pleased and also very different.
On the parquet of the study area and conversation in fact, is clearly opposed to the shiny and reflective of the kitchen, but also the master bedroom. Access to interesting wine cellar directly from the dining room.
The children’s room has been designed to leave as much space as possible to the game, with full height wardrobes and beds distributed along the walls. Do not miss special accessories such as hanging objects, and the chandelier. Continue reading The interior of a luxury home in London→
The kitchen in 1940 2040? Something more than a place to prepare and eat meals. It ‘s the result of an analysis commissioned by Ikea UK to study English trendcasting The Future Laboratory.
Who has painted a scenario in which home automation and automation will make this corner of the house a space that can align perfectly to the needs and habits of the owners. Until you come to a conclusion a bit ‘disturbing: the assumption that none of us is more concerned to cook in, as someone else – the kitchen itself, would be able to do it for us.
Beyond the sensationalism of this forecast, which will become integrated accessories discounts? The report speaks of the robot for the kitchen sensitive mood, self-cleaning equipment, which is also sensitive to the mood light, iPad sixth generation of 3D printers and specially made for food. Until a display mounted within the refrigerator in a position to offer news and information about food and health.
Design for the general public. Six months after the tornado that great event which is the Salone del Mobile, Milan doubles with a long weekend designed to build new opportunities for discovery, meeting and shopping for all design addicted. The event, an initiative of Mondadori and RCS has leitmotif for the theme of “The Art of Living” and inevitably focuses on the house as a place of choice for the treatment of space and the domestic affections.
From today until Sunday, then open showrooms, galleries and design studios throughout the city with a rich program that you can see on the site of Milan Design Weekend. And be careful! If you’re in the mood to buy, keep in mind that convection in the stores there will be discounts up to 30%.
In the picture, however, the construction by Kartell, declined around the timeless theme is not as original as “La Dolce Vita”.
The Passive Solar House in Nikaia, Greece, is a completely green home designed by Christina Zervò Architects.
Structured in two separate cubes, only connected by a glass bridge, this home is equipped with solar panels for energy storage and finishes and furnishings made from recycled materials. In addition, the energy consumption is kept low by the presence of LED lighting.
Some interior elements are curious: the ceiling a yellow “Swiss cheese”, the industrial elements visible in the living room, the chandeliers of art. Really imaginative and welcoming nursery and decidedly contemporary (with a bed almost futuristic) the master bedroom.
The home of a creative mind is always a special place, with its own charm and its unique history, because every piece, every detail is the result of something really wanted to craft a personality that creates harmony.
The home of Malcolm Patterson, designer and stylist, perfectly embodies the characteristics of a singular place: in a former factory, the artist has created a loft where a linear and proportional to clean the bottom, some details are contrasted by no means common.
The study Omiros One Architecture, O1A, has designed the new Yas Island Yacht Club on behalf of Yas Marina.
The new complex has the air of an exclusive place and has been specially designed to amaze its visitors: main element on the exterior but also interior design, are the curves and shapes that somehow remind the world of boating.
Ceilings, stairs, walls, carpets, furniture: the curves cover all returning and alienating a spectacular visual effect, which combined with special LED lights and outdoor water games, takes the visitor into a highly theatrical.
Mirindiba is literally a house of your dreams, designed to welcome and to make the space visually and actually enjoyable.
Its designer, Marcio Kogan, has skillfully managed to combine very different materials together to create a diverse background but desirable.
Stone and dark wood, in tradition, they found so rewarding their union with a very contemporary material like cement.
The result is a house that can be adapted to every style of furniture: modern, classic, ethnic, country, minimalist. The context makes it possible, even if the character is chosen by the designer of modern printing and helps to create an elegant and suspended. Continue reading Mirindiba, the home suits all styles→
During the day, is a cabinet with open shelves and a door with a shape that resembles a question mark, solid and roomy with shelves below the curved line of furniture. The night lights up to become a valuable aid to a location of reading.