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Why People Love Modern Architecture

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Modern architecture has something for everyone. Even if your taste may veer towards the opposite side of the design spectrum (i.e. rustic country)— there are still elements of modern design that will appeal to you. Don’t believe it? After reading this article, you may change your mind. The fundamentals of modern architecture are clean and […]

Timeless Residence Inspired by Its Indigenous Surroundings: Sprecher Home by SAOTA

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SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects) recently unveiled information on Sprecher Home, a timeless residence located in Cape Town, South Africa. The owner’s brief was to design a house inspired by its indigenous surroundings, which is part of the recently established Sea Farm Private Nature Reserve. The site, located on a rocky peninsula is perched […]

Playful and Practical BUS Installation Engaging the Inhabitants of Baltimore

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Recently displayed by artist collective mmmm…, this playful and practical installation in Baltimore, USA adds a fun dimension to the mundane act of waiting for the bus. Consisting of three typographic sculptures that literally spell out the word “BUS”, the innovative project  project was developed in conjunction with SPAIN arts & culture, Creative Alliance, and […]

10 Ways To Update Your Home Without Major Renovations

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We all crave the creature comforts of a cozy, well-designed home. While there are a lot of do-it-yourselfer’s out there who work tirelessly on their homes and seem to be updating or renovating on a constant basis— this is not possible for those of us who don’t know the difference between a table saw and […]

Universal Device Charger Featuring a Sleek Modern Design: The Tower

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Ever leave your phone, laptop or tablet lying on the floor, tethered to a plug like a lonely boat at sea? With two USB ports and four AC outlets, the Tower offers plenty of space to charge all your devices. No more diving behind the headboard to plug in, and no fumbling around for your […]

Design Haus Liberty’s Staggering Light Sculpture Made from One of a Kind Crystal Droplets 

When you see a light sculpture designed to increase the visual appeal of a room and define its luminous character, you stop on your way to admire it. It’s the case of the Raindrop chandelier known as “The Pour”, a modern light sculpture meant to illuminate and beautify its chosen location in Tribeca, New York City. Lisa Hinderdael and […]

Sprawling Tribeca Triplex Boasting Mid-Century and Modern Design Elements

Amy Lau Design recently completed the development of a mid-century Tribeca triplex in New York, United States. This design connoisseur’s sprawling residence captivates with a double height, light filled living space enhanced with bespoke pieces by both mid-century and contemporary designers. Featuring several functional areas, the living room acts as the core of the residence, where […]

Massage Therapy Pavilion Paying Tribute to Modern Design and Soothing Views

This new massage-therapy pavilion is part of a resort grouping built on a mountainside in the town of Rawdon, in Quebec, Canada. Blouin Tardif Architecture managed to integrate the contemporary structure into the landscape through the use of natural materials, generously-sized glass windows and openings. The construction of this building on three levels improves the […]

Why Italian-Style Home Decor Is So Popular

The real question is, Why wouldn’t it be? Of course Italian-Style home decor is popular! It is ornate, gorgeously-gilted, elegant and designed of only the highest quality furnishings. Italian design is the epitome of luxury. Historically, Renaissance design and architecture dates back to the early 15th Century in Florence, Italy.  This design was dominated by […]

Spacious Modern Loft in Kiev Decorated with Stylish Details and Framed Cityscapes 

This modern Kiev loft spreads over 270 square meters of minimalist space dotted with eye-catching details.  Slava Balbek and Sasha Ivasiv‘s collaborative efforts led to the creation of a contemporary apartment that offers escape from the bustle of city life. Within a spacious loft like this, architects imagined an open flow framed by decorations and framing views of […]

Balancing Comfort and Formality: Modern Matatena Offices in Mexico

When developing the design plans for Matatena Headquarters (a creative drawing association based in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico), Desnivel Architects aimed at creating an environment that was not office-like, yet not too formal either. In order to extend space, the owner had the idea of using a mix of wood and concrete, in combination with white […]

Spectacular Views Defining the Orientation of Restaurant Alpenblick in Switzerland

In search for the ultimate dining experience, location might not be everything, but details sure are. Restaurant Alpenblick overlooking the amazingly inspiring Alps in Switzerland was re-imagined by Büning-Pfaue Kartmann Architekten as having a modern update elongating the views beyond the glass walls. Located in Uetendorf, Switzerland, this contemporary restaurant addition was built to serve the old hotel spa “Alpine […]

Hunters Hill House Built in Reference to the Clients’ Italian and Sri-Lankan Heritage

According to the creative team at Arkhefield, Hunters Hill House in Australia is a family home that celebrated the characteristics of the site with a palette of richly textured materials, all these in reference to the clients’ Italian and Sri-Lankan heritage. Entwining the house with the landscape, the architects managed to create original “garden rooms”, […]

Breathtaking Interpretation of the Traditional Californian Ranch House and Farm Tower

This astounding home located on a half acre lot in Silicon Valley was imagined as a re-interpretation of traditional shapes corrupted by the need to live a comfortable, low maintenance lifestyle in privacy and alongside family and friends. Designed by architects Spiegel Aihara Workshop, the home known as Low/Rise House uses the principles of traditional Californian ranch […]

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