Apartments in Amsterdam are always interesting to watch, as they stand out with their unique architecture and the atmosphere of the city, which can be seen from the windows. So this contemporary apartment in one of the beautiful old buildings is no exception, just take a look at these gorgeous sloping ceilings in the bedrooms on the upper level! The first floor is fully open, the whole space is occupied by a large living room and a minimalist kitchen. Special attention was given to decor: here we have African figurines, animal dummies, elegant vintage table and much more. Such a cool home!
This spacious apartment on the 28th floor of one of the Kyiv skyscrapers was designed for a woman who lives alone, so the space was not divided strictly into the rooms but left open with a lot of air. The natural wood and concrete were decided to combine with bright and gentle tones, unusual furniture and accessories. One of the wishes of the client was to create a zone for practicing yoga, this place was decorated with a small garden, which looks interesting in contrast to the panoramic windows and views of the bustling metropolis. Amazing home, where space and freedom are felt as much as incredible energy!
This holiday villa in Newport Beach, California, is ideal for a big family or company of friends. It has several large bedrooms, a huge dining area and living room, a barbecue area, an alcove by the fireplace and, of course, a swimming pool. And everything is decorated in a refined American style with great attention to convenience and detail. Just a paradise created for a great holiday!
The owner of this bachelor loft in the center of Washington, Will began the career of a real estate developer right after college and very soon was able to achieve some significant success. His company specializes in buying old buildings and their further reconstruction with the purpose of selling, and it is in one of these buildings that his new apartment is located. We are talking about a magnificent masculine loft in a former automobile service station with high ceilings, open pipes, and huge windows. A real dream for a young and single guy!
The Room Mate Gerard located in the heart of Barcelona is a real mystery. Outside it has a gorgeous facade with stucco, and inside spaces are filled with concrete walls, modern sculptures, bright furniture and rooms with black baths. By the way, with all the variety of materials, textures and colors, in general, the hotel interiors look quite minimalist, which is very welcome in hotels as it contributes to a relaxed and easy atmosphere. In addition, you can relax on the roof terrace with a small pool. Awesome place!
This modern one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is designed on the principle of “fewer objects and more space”. The interiors are dominated by simple clean lines, laconic furniture, and the layout is maximally open after kitchen, dining area and living room were united together. Comfortable, fresh, modern!
Looking at the pictures of this not very big apartment in Madrid, it’s hard to believe that its area is only 67 sqm. This visual effect was achieved thanks to the fact that almost all the space is given to a bright open living room with kitchen and kitchen, and the bedrooms here are quite small in size. It is impossible not to mention the architecture of the building, which gave this apartment a lot of windows and filled it with light. Beauty!
This apartment in the center of the Slovenian city Maribor belongs to the professional football player, who originally expected that it would not be a family nest, but rather a bachelor pad for spending some time while in the city. When the architects from AB Object began to remove all the cracked stucco from the walls, they found a magnificent old brickwork that was hidden under the top layer. It was decided not to complicate things but to emphasize the original architecture of this housing. Great project!
This spacious and light loft in Paris is an excellent example of an open-plan living space. Here, in fact, there are no solid walls (not counting those in the bathrooms), and all rooms are located within the one space with high ceilings, wooden beams and an plenty of windows. Only a glass wall separates the living area and private spaces. Great project!
Previously, it was a solid, but still slightly outdated in every sense apartment in a historic house in Barcelona. Therefore, the owners, taking into account modern trends in opening space and enhancing natural light, asked designers from the studio Marcos Catalan to conduct a reform in accordance with these criteria. As a result, the apartment now has fewer rooms, but there is one large open space of living room, dining room and kitchen, which is filled with warm daylight all day. Window areas were designed in an interesting way, there is also a compact working zone, an interesting imitation of a modern fireplace. Bright and stylish!