Looking for ways by which you can reduce wastage associated with space while freeing upward a tiny area that might act as your new office at home, guest area or even simply a cozy, rest nook? Merging the laundry washing room with all the bathroom is a good start and also those who have restricted space in order to spare within the bathroom are now able to give this particular idea an attempt. Designed by Idelfonso Colombo regarding Scavolini, Laundry washing Space is definitely an ingenious structure that mixes Scavolini’s greatest contemporary bath rooms with wise shelving plus hidden self storage units for your washer, dryer plus iron panel to offer the most of both realms. Read More
Designed by architect and designer Natalia Ozerova, this private St. Petersburg apartment is defined by simplicity of modern design, with its clean lines and strong colors contrast. The result is a beautiful, modern apartment that has a taste of old world classic design. The master bedroom has a nostalgic and evocative atmosphere. Incredible visual effects are created by using strong color contrasts, yet with a balanced aesthetic effect. Floor to ceiling bookshelves leave plenty of room for displaying books or knick knacks, so that they become their own kind of artwork. We are looking forward to see what details caught your attention. Read More
Exhibiting a dramatic architecture composition, the Wentworth Rd house by Edward Szewczyk Architects takes full advantage of the Sydney Harbor views and climate. An interplay of horizontal lines defines the exterior of this three-level home, making its imposing silhouette difficult to miss when strolling through the neighborhood. The opposite facade opens up towards an inner garden and a swimming pool.
Here is more from the official project description: “External sandstone slabs change internally to much finer sandstone for the floor and coarse sandstone of wall cladding relates to the entry point. The building displays large transparency, while maintaining sufficient mass to provide feeling of sound shelter. Simplicity of spaces is enriched by fine detailing of timber and steel elements“. Once inside, the visitor is visually intrigued by the mix of wood, stone finishes and slick metal cladding. With generously-sized interiors, a minimalist design approach and fine detailing, Wentworth Rd house perfectly displays the idea of comfortable modern living. [Photography: Justin Alexander]