All posts with tag:geometry

The owners of this apartment in New York’s Lower East Side – a family with two children from Sweden – come here only a few times a year. But even on rare visits, they wanted to stay in their own spacious home. The owners wanted their dwelling to reflect the creativity of the area and…

This modern house overlooking the ocean on Long Island turned out to be not only interesting from the architectural point of view, but also very functional – it’s protected from floods that periodically occur in these places. The building is elevated above the ground, and screens are placed on the lower level to help water…

The main request of the owners of this house in Melbourne was to make the interiors brighter and competently zone the space. The budget was limited, so the owners decided to remake only the main living area: the kitchen-living room and part of the second floor. First of all, the designer replaced the old windows…

Remodeled Victorian homes are commonplace in Melbourne. This house, like almost everything on the street, was built in 1878. The main entrance is decorated with a romantic Victorian facade, but on the other side is a modern building. Previous owners have made large-scale repairs and expanded the area of ​​the back rooms in the expense…

This house in Australia fascinates with a combination of strict lines and snow-white details. The designer dilutes the geometry in decoration and furniture with flashes of color and interesting decor: for example, decorative bees decorate the wall in the dining room, and the main hallmark is a huge red wardrobe. Bathrooms deserve special mention, there…

Previously, in the four blocks of this building of the late 19th century, offices were located. Today, their place was taken by Ameron boutique hotel with 133 rooms. And the location of the hotel is just excellent: it is located near the famous Museum Embankment in Frankfurt. The main challenge for the Italian architect was…

In the historical center of Moscow, not far from the Kuznetsk bridge, a bright and compact hotel P 17 was opened recently. There are four categories of rooms: from deluxe (23 sqm) to small (13 sqm). Hotel interiors somehow reminded us of abstract paintings: bright colors, bold combinations and a love of geometry. The rooms…

When architecture and geometry break into interior design, it is always beautiful. In this Scandinavian apartment, the designer played with the shapes of a sphere, rectangle, square, without turning the space into an exhibit of the museum of modern art. Simple forms were complemented by simple but interesting wooden furniture, colorful rugs, and also flowers…