All posts with tag:concrete

This Hamptons house looks a little atypical and somewhat modest for those places – a building of a simple geometric shape with minimal interiors. The designer here started from opposites: black and white; concrete floors, white plastered walls and exquisite details. The house is not overloaded with furniture and is filled with air and light…

Brazilian design for us is something very exotic and fresh, distant and unknown. Therefore, it is doubly interesting to watch the work by their best designers and architects. Today we have a vision of stylish modern loft-style housing by local studio Consuelo Jorge Arquitetos, which they recently unveiled at the renowned South American CasaCor show….

Loft is not the most popular type of living space in England, but this apartment in a former old warehouse in London turned out to be very good. The space couldn’t be better: a former industrial building, original brickwork, concrete ceiling, open floor plan and perfectly large windows. For such a rough starter set, the…

We remember Danish brand House Doctor as a wonderful home accessories company that offers a cure for every boring and uncomfortable home with their products. Usually, their catalogs are rather modest and ascetic, but this year the company’s owners decided to present their new collection on a grand scale. For these purposes, a stunning and…

Metal structures, a concrete ceiling, a black kitchen – the interiors of this apartment in Poznan are filled with brutal industrial elements that say a lot about the owner – a modern and self-confident young man. The loft was originally small in size, but the living area was increased with the addition of the mezzanine…

Concrete and wood in this contemporary oceanfront home in Australia not only contrast but complement each other perfectly, creating peace and harmony. The house has a flat rectangular shape and is built entirely of concrete, so it literally merges with the landscape from the outside. Furniture and panels made of natural wood fill the interiors…

Remember, we recently talked about an unexpected Scandinavian apartment where all the walls are concrete? It turns out that it has a sister apartment – in the same house, decorated in the same style and by the same designer. Only with a different layout and, accordingly, with different zoning. We thought you would be interested…

Combining opposites is the idea behind the interior design of this modern private home in Sydney. Cold concrete and brick surfaces here are softened by warm decor in natural colors and wood elements – these industrial interiors now look much more cozy and comfortable. But the most interesting thing about this house is its integration…