All posts with tag:minimalism

According to the Israeli studio K.O.T Architects, the perfect home for a modern bachelor looks just like this. This apartment in a modernist building in Tel Aviv is compact, functional and not without a touch of warmth and comfort. Minimalistic lines, hidden storage space and appliances, calm neutral colors, diluted with wooden surfaces – the…

Until recently, this house in Sydney was abandoned, but the skilful hands of designers turned an outdated building into a modern home for a family with children. The interiors are notable for natural lighting: floor-to-ceiling windows, glass ceilings, and dormer windows provide a perfect condition for it. These features allow the light to literally penetrate…

This home near Silicon Valley in California was built in 1962 by architects Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons. The new owners decided to completely renovate the building, keeping all the authors’ original ideas: low gabled roofs, an open plan and floor-to-ceiling windows. It is thanks to such bold glazing that the house looks as if…

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,…

In the world of interior photography, there is an unwritten rule: the more talented the photographer, the cooler the interiors he is entrusted with shooting, and accordingly the more interesting his portfolio. In the work of Chris Warnes, we can admire some of the most stylish and inspiring contemporary living spaces of Australia – is…

The compactness of this small studio apartment in Belgium was balanced by a pleasant monochrome palette that made the space feel airy and light. It is interesting that of the large furniture in the apartment there is only a bed, that is accompanied by an armchair – the home is clearly not designed to receive…

The architects of this Australian home designed the building with five A-shaped structures that surround the courtyard and pool. The authors of the project were inspired by the simple and laconic design of summer houses from the past times. Each of the five pavilions has an exit to the courtyard, and they are connected to…