All posts with tag:unusual layout

Swedish designers solved the problem with a separate children’s room in the design of this apartment in Stockholm in an original way. A large kitchen with the help of a glass partition (installed, by the way, diagonally!) was divided into 2 spaces – in one of them, they placed a kids room. Why not, given…

In this Swedish apartment, non-standard architectural solutions and an unusual layout are striking. The explanation for this is simple – housing appeared on the site of a former commercial space, hence such surprises. The main feature of the spaces is that the rooms are at different levels, so there are many steps and additional transitions…

The interiors of this apartment in France turned out to be very interesting due to the use of unusual geometry in decoration and furniture and a bold combination of prints. The designer decided to play with rounded shapes: the arches and the partition between the hallway and the living room set the tone, and sofas,…

The Ai Maestri Rooms & Cafe in Matera in southern Italy is truly unique. Its walls are made of volcanic rock and stone quarried in the area. The use of materials such as wood, steel, marble and glass in the interiors emphasizes the balance between antiquity and modernity, all together this creates a comfortable and…

Design studio Boclaud Architecture used an interesting trick with red walls in this attic apartment in Paris. This accent helped smooth out a rather complex layout and added a twist to the space. The kitchen is also highlighted with color – the set emphasizes the semicircular volume of the mint hue. The bedroom and bathroom,…

In the center of Amsterdam, almost every house is unique, but the building in which this apartment is located has a very special story. Firstly, it was built back in 1688, which makes it one of the oldest townhouses in the city. But the most interesting thing is that for almost its entire several centuries-long…

Thanks to solar panels, this 40 sqm home in Australia produces electricity for its needs. Plus, it’s built of recycled materials, which doesn’t harm the environment. This makes the house attractive for eco-tourism, as it’s up for rent on Air B&B. Even from afar, the cottage attracts attention with its unusual triangular shape: the facade…