Crazy Pastel Pink And Green Apartment In NYC

Crazy Pastel Pink And Green Apartment In NYC
Architecture and interior design practice Reutov Design has proposed a brightly colored, Mexican-inspired apartment in New York City. Featuring terracotta pink and green hues, the interiors seem to out of this world, where designer furniture meets a cactus-infused landscape. The owners of the apartment are a young couple that completely entrusted Reutov Design with the... 
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Magic Box Apartment With A Gold Wardrobe In Its Center

Magic Box Apartment With A Gold Wardrobe In Its Center
The Magic Box Apartment by Raúl Sánchez Architects is set within a two-storey home and is called so after A shiny brass wardrobe in its center. One large room has been turned into bedrooms for the daughters. In place of a traditional partition wall, a jewelry box-style wardrobe divides the two rooms. It rises up... 
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Loungeboat: A Minimalist Apartment On The Water

Loungeboat: A Minimalist Apartment On The Water
The loungeboat is a joint creation by German architect couple, Tanja Wunderlich-Finckh and Chris Finckh, born from their love of the water. They set out to design an apartment on the water with a creative floor plan and materials not typically found on a boat and the result is a floating retreat that hits both... 
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Colorful And Contrasting FM House Inspired By Electronic Music

Colorful And Contrasting FM House Inspired By Electronic Music
To design the FM House in São Paulo, Brazil, Mombá Arquitetura referenced Vaporwave, a subgenre that gives nod to the 80s and 90s. While electronic music was its main inspiration, Vaporwave was also known for its surreal art and consumer culture, all of which lead the selections made for finishes, colors, and shapes. The 72-square-meter... 
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Victorian Mansion Transformed Into An Art Haven

Victorian Mansion Transformed Into An Art Haven
How do you transform a grand historic house into a youthful contemporary family home without diminishing the grandeur of its architectural heritage? This was the challenge faced by Claire Driscoll Delmar, and she managed to do it right reflecting their passion for art, travel and fashion. Given a completely blank canvas to work with, Claire... 
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Welcoming Primitive Whitewashed House In Ibiza

Welcoming Primitive Whitewashed House In Ibiza
This Ibizan house is over 400 years old, and two New Yorkers chose it as their holiday home enjoying the looks of whitewashed stone and the primitive style. The whitewashed stone walls and stone floors plus stained wooden beams were left untouched in the house, and only furniture and décor were renovated to fulfill the... 
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Contemporary Unique Oast House In England

Contemporary Unique Oast House In England
Standing tall in a former apple orchard amid the beautiful landscape of Kent is a reimagining of the traditional oast house by Studio Acme. The contemporary dwelling draws closely on vernacular oast houses and their coned roofs that were used for drying hops as part of the beer-brewing process. The proportions of the tower roundels... 
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Unique And Bold Residence Of A Designer

Unique And Bold Residence Of A Designer
Designers’, artists’ and architects’ homes are my favorite eye-candies because they are usually the most creative and unique ones. Creative people tend to make their homes reflections of themselves and they look fantastic, and the home we are sharing today is one of these. For Gengbo, the design director of YHDQ Design, the memories and... 
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Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles

Imperfect Apartment Created Using Wabi Sabi Principles
Designed by Nelson Chow of Hong Kong-based architecture practice NCDA, “The Imperfect Residence” is a recently refurbished Hong Kong one-bedroom apartment. The title nevertheless succinctly references the designer’s guiding light, namely the ancient Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi which is based on finding beauty in the imperfect and valuing simplicity. Translated into the language of interior... 
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Bright Cave-Like Home In The Old City Of Jerusalem

Bright Cave-Like Home In The Old City Of Jerusalem
The grounds of the Old City of Jerusalem can be tricky for contemporary architects. For one, the foundation of the Old City is made up of ruins, vaults, and rubble that can date up to a thousand years of age. Houses also sometimes span multiple street levels and are built over layers of precious archaeology.... 
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