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With the light and skillful hand of Scandinavian designers, a simple studio apartment with a total area of 37 sqm were converted into a very nice one-bedroom dwelling. More precisely, the bedroom here is not entirely a room; it is rather a dedicated sleeping corner, which arose thanks to a glass partition. The living room…

The past of this premise in the Chelsea area of New York was dark and gloomy – it used to be a cigarette factory. But now it’s a completely different story – the space has been transformed into a bright and comfortable loft for a young family. Pleasant light shades perfectly softened the interiors, in…

This Gothenburg apartment has only 63 sqm of the total area, but the two levels made it possible to create convenient zoning. Ground floor consists of  kitchen and living room for receiving guests, while attic floor is designed for private area with a bedroom. The kitchen is designed as functionally as possible: a full set…

This holiday villa in Australia is the epitome of the lightness, naturalness and comfort that we strive for when we go on vacation. There are almost no external walls in the house, the inner spaces are as open as possible to nature with is all shades of green here. The design is dominated by white,…

Today is Saturday, which means we will go to the country. :) Let it be virtually, but we are going to take you to central Sweden, to the small resort town of Lundsbrunn, where such a wonderful traditional wooden villa is located. The summer cottage was built in the 19th century, but the new owner…

Already from the street, it becomes clear that this is not a typical London townhouse. Adjoining classic houses on both sides, this one has a modern black roof, and the tone of the facade brick is also different from the neighboring ones. Inside, the designers have created the interiors in an eclectic style with an…

Small spaces, as a rule, are of great interest from a design point of view, because designers need to manage to place the maximum in a limited interior – hence the original solutions and non-standard techniques. In this Swedish apartment, created for a single living, we can observe interesting zoning: a low wooden partition with…

From the outside, this house in Canada looks conservative: brickwork, symmetrical windows with white shutters and neat flower beds. But the patio is a modern multi-level space with interesting landscaping. A similar contrast is visible in the interiors, where classic wood paneling and a grand staircase coexist with minimalist furniture, glass and concrete floors. Thus,…

Green hills, small bays, and scenic hiking trails: all these beauties can be admired by the owners of this home in New Zealand. The architects designed a simple yet functional home that blends seamlessly with the local landscape. In shape, it resembles old barns or local farmhouses, but is executed in a modern manner. The…