Barcelona-based Cadaval & Solà-Morales Architects' latest project is the Sunflower House. Located on the Spanish coast overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, it boasts a contemporary exterior design featuring white cubes of space throughout the home. Head over to Cadaval & Solà-Morales Architects’ online site for more.
Located in Tacubaya in Mexico City, this home was designed by Andrés Stebelski Arquitecto, and it is both airy and light-drenched, featuring two floors and four courtyards. Check out the pictures of the place in the gallery below:
Architectural practice act_romegialli created this 19th century residence in Northern Italy, featuring an indoor pool, minimalist interior with touches of concrete, stone, and wood. Check it out below in the gallery:
Walker Workshop's "Iak Pass," is buried into a hill, where the designers used an upside-down style to design the home by integrating it into the surroundings with the lower level buried into the 2.5 acre ridge the house is built on.
Made by The Kleindienst Group, this thing here is part yacht, part submarine, and it is called the Floating Seahorse. It offers the best of both worlds by fusing the two to give you an opulent experience on the Dubai waters.
House C3 in Sydney, Australia was designed by Campbell Architecture, and they experimented using traditional form and contemporary accents while maintaining the unassuming exterior for the home. Check it out below:
Airbnb Singapore created an installation that would become a room anywhere in Tokyo, Paris, Bali and Penang using 360-degree projector mapping technology. It repaints the walls and fixtures of the room and changes the outside scenery and redecorates the bedspread and the sofa. Check out the video below:
Muji recently completed furnishing the Narita International Airport’s Terminal 3 slated to open on April 8. It is outfitted with 400 comfortable sofabench units in green, blue, mocha and white hues. The cafeteria features oak wood tables and chairs and the new design is simply just simple. Not too bad actually. Check out the gallery below:
Do you want a sleek, modern looking home? There are a few specific things that people associate with modern homes these days. Usually, it’s all about practicing simplicity and minimalism. This post will give you 10 ideas that you can implement in your home to make it instantly more modern:
This home is located in St. Petersburg, Russia, designed by Elena Chernigina and Anton Bazaliysky. The apartment houses four, and is pretty to say the least. featuring geometric accents and in tropical colors with interesting light fixtures and wall decals. Check it out below:
The Carla Ridge Residence is 24,424 square foot of contemporary home with spectacular views of Beverley Hills and all the way to the Pacific Ocean. It has a two story waterfall, interior courtyard, 12 seat screening room, billiard room, cigar lounge, gym and a steam room. There's more in the video and gallery below. Check it out:
Companies are already offering consumer’s new ways to decorate their homes including custom made wallpaper and one off paint colours, but what if you could design your own flooring too! The technology is already available to print designs onto vinyl flooring and it’s becoming more and more affordable every day.
Everything about The Avengers is cool, so what if you took all of that and put it in an apartment? This apartment's design in Singapore may just be the coolest theme apartment to date. Designed by Absolook Interior Design, it's got murals of the shield logo, Iron Man, Hulk, and the whole team.
When you move into your new home, it rarely feels like a home instantly. Yes, it serves as a roof over your head, but a home should do much more than that. You should feel like your home is a retreat, and a place for you and your family to create new memories in.
Which materials you use on your floors is a massive decision. If you make a mistake and change your mind later, it’ll cost a lot of money and take a lot of time to rectify. There’s a lot to consider beforehand you jump in at the deep end. You want to get it right the first time!
This floating, solar-powered home was designed by Italian architect Giancarlo Zema. It is energy-efficient, and measures 1,000 square feet and is made from recycled timber and a recycled aluminum hull. Check it out below: