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Clean-Lined Residence with Swimming Pool in Wemmel, Belgium

  • House and Swimming pool front
  • Interior
  • House and chairs
  • Wooden Staircase

House LS is a project completed by dmvA in Wemmel, Belgium, clean-lined residence. The project consists of a neat structure with a triangular-shaped roof, a spacious living room opening to the courtyard, a swimming pool and impressive green areas surrounding the dwelling. The outskirts of Brussels (including Wemmel) are well known for their green landscape. The […]

Immersing Yourself in the 3D World of Your Design: Spacemaker VR [Video]

We recently received an e-mail from Miles Kemp, presenting us a new way to create virtual reality models you can walk in using your own 3D design files. Spacemaker VR allows designers and architects everywhere to feel what it’s like walking through their designs throughout the design process. Spacemaker was made for traveling, using as […]

Jewelry For Your Home Decor: Pod Luxe Pendant Light by Loz Abberton

Discovered by Freshome on Flodeau, the “Pod Luxe” pendant light by Loz Abberton is handmade with great care and talent, combining ancient craft with Australian leather, the result being a work of art in itself. Inspired by nature and designed through old traditions, the appealing and ingenious pendant light borrows its shape from the reticulated […]

Funky Wall Hook Made from Recycled Skateboards by Deckstool

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  For years, the guys at Deckstool have been salvaging broken skateboards and crafting them into their funky, yet clean-lined benches, stools, and tables. Over that time they have recycled tons of skateboards, but have also collected many smaller pieces that could not be used for furniture. This surplus of colorful, recycled skateboard scrap and […]

Unconventional Emerald Floating Glass House in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • Details - The Radiant Glass Facade
  • East Elevation Walkway staircase with view of Pittsburgh
  • Emerald-Art-Glass-House Central Stairwell
  • Emerald-Art-Glass-House Living-Dining View

A beautifully crafted addition to the city of steel, the Emerald Floating Glass House is one of those houses that cannot simply pass un-noticed. “Located on Pittsburgh’s South Side slopes, it floats above the owner’s glass manufacturing facility like a foreman’s shack”. Imposing and uncanny, the house built on top of the Emerald Art Glass factory by  FISHER ARCHitecture was […]

A Matter of Contrasts: Modern Private House in Ahlen, Germany

Completed by Leicht in Ahlen, Germany, this private two-storey modern private house displays a distinctive interior, highlighting the clear contrast of black and white, in order to achieve an interesting effect. This combination is widely spread in nature, being well defined and tangible. It appears structured, clean and last, but not least, balanced. In this particular […]

The $2.5 Million Tastefully Decorated Swedish Loft Exuding Coziness

With an impressive interior, this Swedish loft located in the attic of an old house dating from the beginning of the 20th century (Kungsholmen, Stockholm) is now for sale. You can purchase it for a staggering price of $2.5 million. Exuding coziness, the apartment is the perfect choice for those in search of a home […]

Passive Houses: 13 Reasons Why the Future Will Be Dominated by this New Pioneering Trend

What’s a passive house anyway? If you don’t know what a ‘Passive House’ is you’re in good company, most people haven’t. Passive Houses are essentially buildings which use very little energy for heating and cooling, whilst also providing a high level of comfort. If I were to describe Passive Houses in a few words it […]

Contemporary Three-Level Home Showcasing Creative Design Features in Denver

Displaying an original contemporary architecture, the 33rd Avenue house is an elongated residence located in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood, in Colorado, USA. Meridian 105 Architecture had to come up with a creative plan for minimizing the effects of heavy traffic in the area and the salvaging idea was to raise the entire first floor of the […]

The Origins of Ombre and How to Use it in the Home

The word Ombre is derived from the French word ombrer which means to shade. Ombrer, translated from the Italian ombrare and umbra, literally means ” to shade or shadow.” Its current definition, “having colors that shade into each other – used especially of fabrics in which the color is graduated from light to dark.” Merriam […]

Bespoke Glass Splashbacks Opening Up the Design Possibilities in the Kitchen

Interested in adding a focal point to your cooking area? These Glass Splashbacks may not rank high in practicability in the kitchen, but they are  highly modern and aesthetically intriguing. The most appealing thing about these designs is that you can choose any color or shape possible and have any image you choose printed directly […]

Warm and Comfortable Loft Apartment in Milano for Leisure and Work

Located in a former soap factory, in the centre of Milan, this warm and comfortable loft is destined for both, business and leisure. The project was designed by Frederic Gooris (industrial designer) in collaboration with Werner Silvestri (architect). Its striking simplicity and the uncluttered atmosphere highlight the idea of (indoor) freedom. Undoubtably, this is the type of dwelling […]

The $32 Million Luxurious Penthouse in Soho with Panoramic Views

Located on 383 West Broadway, in Soho, this exquisite (and pricy) $32 million luxurious penthouse combines harmonically exclusive designer’s furniture with cozy design elements. Completed by Piero Manara in collaboration with Debla Manara-Berger of Casamanara, the apartment offers some of the most amazing views of the city’s skyline. And what a city it is! A gracious wood-paneled entry leads […]

Bellevue Hill Penthouse in Australia Offering Striking Views of the Sydney Harbor

Approached by a bachelor who had just acquired a penthouse occupying the entire top floor of a 1940’s building, Rolf Ockert Design were faced with a challenge of delivering a serious design makeover. With striking views of the Sydney Harbor, the new crib had to take advantage of its privileged location. A former existing wall […]

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