All posts with tag:unusual layout

The design team spent six months looking for a Tudor-style home in Los Angeles. Initially, the building was twice smaller, but due to the spacious land plot, it was possible to add an extension without any problems, which also added a rooftop terrace on the second floor. Designers ditched many small rooms on the ground…

Outside, this building in the Netherlands has retained the original appearance of an old barn – it used to be a cowshed, but now it is a bright modern home with a beautiful spiral staircase. Most of the 240 sqm is distributed on the ground floor. This is a living room, kitchen, dining room and…

From the side of the canal, this building in the heart of Amsterdam looks reserved and stiff, which can not be said about the apartment located in it. Three floors occupy an area of ​​208 sqm: ground floor with a kitchen, bathroom, sauna and guest bedroom; first floor with a spacious living room and second…

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…

The pool in the living room is perhaps one of the most unusual design solutions you have ever seen. But this is a real home in Spain for a family with four children. To expand the living room, Sylvia, the owner of the house, decided to reduce the pool and place it behind the glass…

andBeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is a true architectural revelation in the Namibian desert. The owners of the hotel together with designers and architects sought to create a hotel-impression, a place that will not leave anyone indifferent. And they did it! Several buildings of stone, glass and metal contrast with the soft curves of mountains and…

This small cottage in the county of Kent, England, is located a hundred meters from the beach and can accommodate two people. The owners have owned the site since 1961. Previously, there were two small buildings, which in the 21st century were replaced by a modular house. The environment looks harsh: a pebble beach, low…

Design of this house in Melbourne is interesting not only for its architecture, which consists of several structures, but also for the fact that it is made of concrete. No less curious is the fact that it has a Victorian front facade. The cold surfaces of marble and concrete were complemented by light wood, warm…

You cannot confuse such vaulted ceilings with anything – it’s a real hallmark of Spanish and especially Barcelona interiors. This apartment is part of a complex of small apartments in a renovated old house in Barcelona, where designers carefully restored some original decor elements. It is also worth noting the irregular layout of this generally…

Nuwa Hotel in Seoul is only 29 sqm. And no, this is not a tiny hostel for young people, but a stylish space for sophisticated guests. This concept was not accidental: travelers from all over the world are increasingly looking for non-standard accommodation options, in addition, this dwelling is great for Asia with its density…