“This is a project by Building Evolution of two-level apartments on floors 25-26. The total area of 256 square meters. High ceilings, solid wood furniture, natural stone, stucco and natural expensive fabrics perfect balance in harmony with each other. Dikart emphasizes the splendor of the impressive chandeliers sizes. Plaster moldings adorn the walls. The soul of the house is built-in fireplace that creates a warm and cozy atmosphere. Gray Italian marble creates a sense of monumentality and reliability.”
This is a classic Tuscan villa recently restored with sophisticated simplicity. For the renovation of this historic building the architects from Archidomus Atelier, Monica Rossi and Claudio Cencetti, have used materials that will maintain and enhance its typical characteristics to give the villa charming and simultaneously contemporary expression. The beautiful supporting ceiling beams have been carefully sandblasted and restored at their original glory to create a home charming in the minimalistic modern decor. The solidity of the used materials, the spirit of time past that can be felt in the premises and the simple elegance of the more modern additions composes a very inviting and stylish space to inhabit.
The Peninsula House designed by LeMaster is a 2630 square foot single family residence in Long Beach, CA. Located steps away from the beach, the house is designed to take advantage of views, breezes and natural light.
Desert loft is a project designed by YoDezeen. “When thinking of a typical loft we usually imagine a cold and enough dark space. But in this case we have unexpectedly created a rather warm atmosphere in an apartment that can be characterized as an inductrial-like space: here we widely used concrete for the flooring, wall and ceiling coverage, natural wood as one of basic finishing materials, functional furniture upholstered in raw leather, exposed wiring on the ceiling and track lighting.”