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.
Maybe you look at your backyard with bewilderment because it is such a disorganised mess. You are not alone; we have all been there at one time, or another. The difficult part is knowing where to start. It all looks so easy on garden makeover programs, but it is not that straightforward in reality. When you stand with your spade in hand, you realise that the first step is the hardest. Read more
The retro revival is in full swing. But, going for vintage pieces of furniture within the home doesn’t mean that you have to stick to old furniture. Incorporating a modern twist in your beautiful home is interior design 101. In fact, there are some thoroughly modern pieces of furniture that you can use in your house and make it look simply stunning. Read more
The Otter Cove Residence designed by Sagan Piechota Architecture is partially underground. It features a courtyard and shields it away from outside views. Check out the open concept living space below: Read more