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Sculptural and Affordable Prefab Home in Sweden

  • Happy Cheap House by Tommy Carlsson Arkitektur (1)
  • Happy Cheap House by Tommy Carlsson Arkitektur (2)
  • Happy Cheap House by Tommy Carlsson Arkitektur (3)
  • Happy Cheap House by Tommy Carlsson Arkitektur (4)

Think cheap houses are boring and lacking inspiration? Think again! The “Happy Cheap” prototype for low-cost prefab homes comes to prove that affordable home design can look attractive and feel cozy inside. Not only that, but they can be integrated into the landscape. Imagined by Swedish architect Tommy Carlsson, this first of its kind low-cost prefab home is located in a […]

Luxury Mountain Home Flashing Mid-Century Modern Appeal

  • Flight House by Sage Architecture (1)
  • Flight House by Sage Architecture (2)
  • Flight House by Sage Architecture (3)
  • Flight House by Sage Architecture (4)

California-based Sage Architecture re-imagined the aesthetic values of a mountain home with their work on the Flight House – a luxury mountain home in the Martis Camp development in the high Sierras. The architects give some insight into the fantastic story behind the architecture: ” Our client were long‐time lovers of modern architecture, with a particular affinity […]

Inspiring River-View Home as Prelude to a Happy Family Life

  • Mooloolah House by Gerald Smith (1)
  • Mooloolah House by Gerald Smith (2)
  • Mooloolah House by Gerald Smith (3)
  • Mooloolah House by Gerald Smith (4)

Imagine raising a family in a home like this River House – a place where family and friends get together to enjoy amazing water views from the open space living area on the first floor. Designed by Gerald Smith, this single family residence in Minyama, Queensland, Australia, offers a living experience like few others. We can see from […]

Mountain Rustic Look Tastefully Displayed by Rock Copper Glass Residence in Canada

  • exterior ranch residence
  • outdoor ranch residence
  • ranch residence (3)
  • ranch residence (4)

Considering the flashy nature and the innovative designs that rustic contemporary houses are commonly displaying, it is not easy to fabricate a home that can showcase a mountain rustic look with just the right touch of contemporary. “Rock Copper Glass” is a remodeling project carried out by cdrg+RedTeam in Canada. The moment you lay your eyes on this […]

10 Things Every Home Should Have

  • modern living room
  • elegant bedroom
  • eclectic art
  • sun room plants

Your home is your castle, whether you are a man or a woman, and as such, should be decked out like a castle. This doesn’t mean that you need large statues of knights lining your walls, but it does mean there are some items your home – and every home – should have. From a […]

Make Your Own Glowing Furniture: DIY Glow-in-the-Dark Table by Mat Brown

Ever wished you could have something glowing in your house, while keeping things calm and tasteful? Designer Matt Brown developed a beautiful glow-in-the-dark table using some wood planks, resin, photoluminescent (glowing) powder and basic woodworking tools. We salute his efforts, as well as his willingness to share. Step by step instructions on how to do this table […]

Solar Heating Just Got Stylish: Innovative Glass Roof Tiles for Energy-Efficient Homes

Looking for an “elegant” alternative to the existing household heating systems? The glass roof tiles by SolTech System mark a revolutionary and award winning method of integrating solar energy into any building. Instead of traditional roof tiles made of concrete or clay, these tiles are made of glass, allowing the sun to shine through onto the absorbing […]

Spa BALNEA’s Reception Building in Canada Gently Adapted To Its Environment

It is inspiring to see how creativity is skyrocketing when it comes to wellness-related architecture projects. Spa BALNEA’s new reception building in Bromont, Canada is constructed on piles and nestled unobtrusively in the forest. The facility’s existing buildings are originally connected via outdoor walkways. Special attention was paid by Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement to preserving trees and […]

Why Your Home Interior Should Reflect Your Culture

When work is done and errands are complete, there’s one destination that people seek— home sweet home. No matter what your residence whether it’s an apartment, house or mansion—home is a place of refuge. For this reason, it’s imperative that the space you inhabit exist as a reflection of your personality, taste and style. Above […]

Milan’s Bosco Verticale, Officially The Most Innovative Highrise in the World

Deemed as the “most beautiful and innovative highrise in the world”, Bosco Verticale by Boeri Studio is known for bringing 800 trees and 14 thousand plants to the beautiful city of Milan. We featured a post on this green residential project during its construction phase, when things looked almost too good to be true. Fortunately, the two super-structures have […]

Adding Space and Elegance to Outdated 1920s House in Montreal 

Rising on a spacious piece of land on Montreal’s south shore, this 1920’s house was modernly adorned with an extension. Providing the family with more space and having this additional space organized into two  intertwining volumes, the home imagined by NatureHumaine surprises with stunning details. Known as the Dulwich Residence, it appears like a balanced mixture of textures […]

Sophisticated Sauna Awakening Amazement and Gratitude 

Imagine indulging in a sauna experience while gazing over still waters beyond the organically rounded openings – where would your mind wonder from this place? Spreading over 800 square feet, this experimental sauna we stumbled upon rises from the rocks of a private island along the Georgian Bay in Canada. Designed by PARTISANS, the free-standing structure built by the lake […]

Homage to The City of Las Vegas: Unconventional “Attraction” Roulette Mosaic

Italy-based company Friul Mosaic creates designs meant “to be lived, walked upon, brushed up against, touched, cleaned, felt”. Their mosaics are inspired by the most various themes such as nature, famous works of art, mythology and modern design keeping in mind the latest tendencies. “Attraction” roulette mosaic is a homage to the famous American city Las Vegas, […]

10 Questions To Ask Before Buying A Safe For Your Home

No one wants to think about the possibility of coming home to find all of their most precious processions missing. Unfortunately, whether the cause is burglary, fire, or a flood, it can happen to anyone. These occurrences are particularly scary because there isn’t any warning beforehand. Luckily, there is a way to protect your family. […]

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