Despite the total area of only 28 sqm, the owner of this tiny studio in St. Petersburg wanted to have the functionality of a big apartment. Designed Vladimir Berezin this compact home features all necessary functional zones, though with a “mini” prefix. A kitchenette with two cooking hobs and a small fridge, a dining area for two, a tiny living room in the form of a couch by the window, a workspace and a full bedroom – it’s indeed a small apartment with big possibilities!
When Per was a child, he was very fond of playing outdoors, in the woods surrounded by trees. Now that the time has come to build his own home, he allowed the trees to be a part of his living. “No matter whether you are inside the house or on the terrace – the feeling that you are in the middle of nature does not leave you,” – Per says of her magnificent modern cottage, which was seamlessly inscribed in the landscape. Huge windows, wooden finishes, and a real tree integrated into architecture – this is a design with an idea of environment. Stunning!
An awesome mix of complex dark tones, modern furniture, and elegant decor characterizes the interiors of this contemporary apartment for a family of 5 people in Moscow, Russia. The owners did not have any specific requirement about their new home so designer Elena Gorenstein decided to experiment and try new decorative techniques. As a result, the apartment is incredibly stylish and comfortable for every family member!
Designers of Studioata decided to utilize to the maximum the high ceilings of this ground floor apartment in a magnificent historic building in Turin, Italy. But they did it in a rather original way: with the help of interesting architectural solutions, they managed to install a mezzanine lounge are under the ceiling, where the original painting and stucco were preserved. A perfect example of modern design in an old building!
This magnificent London townhouse was built in the 19th century, but designers from Undercover Architecture decided not give the interiors traditional Egnlish-styled look. Instead, they proposed a very fresh modern design, built on an interesting combination of clean minimalist lines and bold colors. As a result, they created quite experimental, but very stylish and unique home. Enjoy!
Wonderful new Seascape Suites in Santorini, that opened its door to visitors this summer, was designed in the traditional Cycladic style that is minimalistic in its essence. Pleasant milky shades and gray tones are perfectly combined with each other and are in full harmony with the surrounding landscape. At the same time, the interior is not overloaded with details – they transform the space, but do not completely draw attention to themselves. The pool area is simply magical, looks like an oasis in the middle of the desert. A great place for a dream holiday!
This holiday apartment in the beautiful suburb of Cape Town is located right by the ocean, on the paradise beach with white sand, so the views from the window are just breathtaking. Interiors here are completely white – the owner wanted to get a feeling of air and freshness, whenever he came here on the weekend after work. The natural decor fills up the space of this sunny home: wooden furniture and details, wicker interior objects, soft fabrics. It’s a dream!
Let the magnificent traditional Victorian facade of this townhouse in Sydney do not mislead anyone – behind it there are very modern minimalist interiors, which is a home to a local designer’s family. When the owners bought this house, they fell in love with the appearance and location in a quiet residential area, but inside the house was gloomy and uninviting. Therefore, they started a major rebuild, which lasted for 1.5 years, and with the help of architects from MCK, they managed to create a spacious and bright space for the comfort of each family member. In addition, there is an inner garden and a garage with a working studio. Awesome!
Mikkel and Sarra, two architects from Denmark, in their work, they create building drawings and never deal with the actual construction process. But when they got a small plot in the wild woods, they decided to build a summer house on their own, without any help at all. Even the furniture here was designed and made completely by the owners alone. The cottage is small and very compact, with very Scandinavian spacious and light interiors. It has everything they need for a comfortable family weekend. What do you think of this home?
The owner of this minimalist apartment in Moscow, Russia, wanted his home to symbolize a clear sky, freedom, and highness. And the color scheme is just right, though quite bold and unusual – a combination of rich blue and gray makes the interiors feel fresh and airy. The apartment belongs to a Moscow businessman who bought it as a city apartment, so in the design practicality and austerity came to the fore. Contemporary art objects play an important role in decoration and each art piece was selected literally from all over the world. Great project!