This Fallen Maples Home in Issaquah, Washington is nestled into a large forested site that takes environmental sensitivity to a new level:
Completed by Gelotte Hommas, this home manages to balance day lighting and heat loss thanks to several eco-friendly in-built features. The designer explains:
"Maple trees harvested from the site were milled to provide the material for all the door and window trim, the cabinets, and special finish carpentry such as screens, a bench facing the kitchen, and the fireplace mantel. The result is a home that is truly of the site, not merely on the site. With all primary living spaces on the main floor, there is a strong connection between the house and the site. The great room features a soaring roof that opens to the trees that surround a small lawn area carefully sculpted within the forest. This roof extends over a partial upper floor containing bedrooms and a study loft that overlooks the great room. This is a delightful family home that truly connected to its site, both physically and emotionally."
Whether your preference is comfort or sophistication the chairs that are in a room are part of what gives a room its character. Chairs provide a place to talk with friends, relax after a long day, or to enjoy a meal with family. When welcoming guests into your home it is necessary to have the best chairs for your home so that your guests feel as comfortable and welcome as you do. Read more
Remy Meijers's Manor by the River is an interior design more than just a collection of fine furniture. There's a calm and serene feel about this place, and the Dutch designer paid attention to the height and space of the place to enhance the feeling of breeziness and more. Read more
This minimalist apartment is located in a central urban neighborhood of Poznan, Poland, and was designed and developed by the creative team at halo. architecture. It measures 62 square meters and has every bit of inspiration from what you'd expect in a Scandinavian home. Check it out: Read more