This unique concept is designed by Amirko aka Amirkhan Abdurakhmanov. It is called "Change it!", where you can easily change how you want the wall to appear. This concept is basically a big wall of small triangle panels that can be rotated to get the colors of your choice. The colors each triangle carries are white, black and rainbow. It is not possible to see this concept of interior design be used in the future.
As part of a Salone Del Mobile during Milan Design Week 2014, a new series titled Where Architects Live shows us their homes instead of their work. From Zaha Hadid's open-space London home to Russian artist El Lissitzky, and architect Shigeru Ban's to Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan resides on the 12th floor of a building he designed in 1980, check it out in the gallery below: Read more
“Peter’s House,” is an 1,800 square-foot home from SF-based Craig Steely Architecture. The structure uses typical practice of staggering foundations up the hillside and it locates a 24' x 24', cast in place concrete garage on the lowest level of the three-story glass structure. Read more