Designed by Italian designer Harry Thaler, this Atelierhouse residence might seem ordinary at first with its grey slab floors and whitewashed walls.
Inside, you will find plenty of Scandinavian-like furniture, but the real highlight are the beds. The first is a twin size which folds down from within a wooden box that includes wheels, allowing it to be pushed around the apartment as needed. The second is a sort of "bedroom-in-a-box" in which a mattress is inserted into a refrigerator box.
Depending on your need for privacy, the walls can also be swung open or closed keeping the sleeper entirely inside the crate. More pictures below.
While eating out, the foremost thing that customers look for is the palatability and quality of the food. The setup of the furniture stands next in priority, as while relishing a good meal in the company of family and friends, sitting comfortably is something which is a given. Often you must have experienced eating in a café where the chairs are uncomfortable, or the table is too small. Below are some basics regarding the significance of why you should give the setup of furniture in a café due relevance. Read more
So, you've just returned from a lavish family beach vacation! And you can't take those few days out from your memory. The entire experience of residing in a lavish vacation home is exclusive. It means whenever you want to take some time off, you could visit this house and relax. And as such thoughts hover in your brain, the apparent desire is to purchase a vacation home. Read more
Traditional Khmer Housing reflects Cambodian culture and tradition. Khmer houses are built depending on need and place in society. The parts of the house reflect the way of life of the residents, and the purpose for which it was built. Sometimes, it is designed to show wealth and power. In olden times, most of the villages are located in the foothills, near the river, and combined with nature to allow the villagers to easily get food and perform their means of livelihood. Read more