All posts with tag:glass walls

In the Netherlands, not only churches are converted into housing, but also old school premises. Today we have a loft apartment in one such house in Amsterdam, which was once a school. Huge windows on two sides and ceilings of more than 5 meters provide an abundance of daylight, and light shades in the design…

From the street, this house in the suburbs of Tel Aviv looks like a rectangular box of the correct shape, and you will not immediately understand that this is a residential building. But this is industrial design in its most obvious manifestation: a concrete base, metal structures in the interiors, sliding glass windows and minimalism…

The owners of this beautiful home in California love the mountains, but they are clearly not the ones to live in a tent in the middle of the wild nature. Their spacious mansion, although lost in a dense forest, boasts exquisite interiors and designer furniture. Here, the trendy industrial style blends perfectly with the chalet…

Only natural wood and stone in the wall and ceiling finishes in the design of this luxury chalet in Montana reminds about traditional mountain houses. All the furnishing and details are modern: bespoke green kitchen, laconic sofas, metal panels, unusual dining table, paintings. Many of the walls in this house are made of glass –…

The easy flow of natural light and soft relaxing tones formed the basis for the design of this modern family home for three in Texas. The construction of the house, most of the walls of which are made of glass in a metal frame, contributes to this excellently. Elegant modern furniture in calm pastel shades…

Here on our blog, we have already shared several projects by American architect Eric Olsen, who successfully combines elements of American and Scandinavian design in his work. Today is the time to see how Eric himself lives – he recently opened the doors of his magnificent new family home in California. In its appearance and…

In this modern apartment in one of New York’s high-rise buildings, the main design element is the space itself. Designer Megan Grehl did not clutter and overload the rooms with 6-meter high ceilings and glass walls with lots of objects, but rather did everything to ensure that natural light spreads freely around the home. Minimalism…