Imagine living in a home surrounded by green landscape flanked by trees on all sides. This 1,937 square foot residence embodies all of those traits:
Designed by Polish architects KWK Promes, the idea was to create some space for a small recording studio and a conservatory. The decided to link the ground floor with the grassy roof through an “incision” in the green plane and “bending” the incised fragment down. The roof was then transformed into a type of sanctuary, as the only way to reach it was through the interior of the house.
You and your family have moved into your new home, ready to begin a new chapter in life. Your friends and family are curious and want to see your new home. But inviting people over may make you feel nervous initially, because you want to impress. Read more
New England style has its origins in the south-east of England, which means counties such as Essex, Kent and Sussex. English settlers who arrived to inhabit the mid-Atlantic coastline of the United States in the early part of the seventeenth century established homes that replicated the houses they had left behind. Today, no matter the architectural style of your building, it’s possible to create that New England kind of interior by adding a few simple but clever touches. Here are some tips on how to go about it. Read more
Kitchen appliances are investments, so it is important to shop with caution. Choosing the kitchen appliances is not a simple thing. It's a major undertaking that requires significant planning. Before choosing appliances, you should check out various things such as: Read more