All posts with tag:unusual layout

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…

It seems that this is a house somewhere in the mountains, but in fact – it’s a townhouse in Notting Hill, a famous area of ​​London. The designer decided to give a second life to old wood, vintage furniture and textiles. In the kitchen-living room, there is a hearth, as in medieval homes, and owners…

This house in Australia has a completely unusual look: from the street it is a Victorian-style brick building, and from the courtyard there is a trendy and modern facade with columns. The interiors are an even more complicated story, with a mix of styles and textures. In theory, it is difficult to imagine how a…

The abundance of wood in the design is far from always about rustic motifs and boring design. This California home proves that wood also comes with modern interiors. A large family lives here, so it was important to take into account the needs of everyone. On the first floor, there is a large area for…

Designers who worked on the interiors of this apartment in Gothenburg got, to put it mildly, quite inconvenient layout: an elongated shape, rounded walls and the absence of parallel walls in some rooms. But the disadvantages of the home were turned into a feature – it was decided to decorate the bulging walls with contrasting…

Nobu Hotel Shoreditch in London attracts not only with chic contemporary interiors but also with impressive and memorable façade. The gorgeous building has beautiful balconies with terraces, which cascade descend from the top down – this design is not very typical for the English capital, but it certainly makes an impression. Inside there are laconic interiors in black…

When designer Tatyana Arkhipova was appointed to design this modern apartment in Moscow she faced some challenges. Firstly, after buying a one-bedroom home of 73 sqm the owners decided they need second bedroom. In addition, there were limitations on time and budget. And finally, the owners could not agree on style: the husband wanted strict…