Dear Freshome readers, it is time for us to draw a line and see who created what in the month of September. We are happy to see that each posts gets your appreciation expressed through voting, sharing, comments and relevant advice. We are certain you guys want to see the best of the best, so here are the 10 most popular posts presented in September 2011, according to your Facebook shares. Remember that by clicking on the pictures, you can see more photos and details about each project.
#1. According to you Facebook shares, the top project presented in September pays tribute to …pets. By combining upcycled, vintage and hand-made, Oregon-based Atomic Attic has created fantastic furniture for your favorite pets. Vintage suitcases and TVs were transformed into fascinating pet furniture that add color and style to your pet’s favorite corner of the house. Just click the photo for the original post and more details.
#2. Japan’s water fountains are in touch with technology. Have a look at this incredible display of patterns as the succeed in Osaka City Station. You have to admit this is an original why to find out what time it is. Aside from showcasing a collapsing digital clock, this Osaka water fountain displays plenty of other patterns (some of them quite artistic), made up of a variety of shapes.
#3. This impressive residence is located in a modern residential tower called “100 11th Avenue” and designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. Offering expansive 360 degree views of Manhattan, the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty, the penthouse also features 14 foot ceilings in a successful attempt to match the grandeur of the panoramic view.
#4. We are extremely proud to see this project that was completed in Timisoara, Romania (aka the city where most of the Freshome team is located) on number 4 in the monthly Freshome “most popular posts” list. The photos below were taken in the X3 offices, an international web design company. The people responsible with the interior design were Stefan Lazar si Alexandra Avram from Ezzo. The X3 office in Timisoara has a total area of 250 square meters, two levels and a design that is fresh and rewarding in itself.
#5. The collaboration between German architectural studios Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects gave birth to this amazing residence that borrows its name from the natural acrylic stone used in its construction. The residence located in Bavaria, Germany, very close to the Ammersee Lake and overlooks the green forests of Upper Bavaria displaying a contemporary architecture spread over 395 square meters on a 1,200 square meters property.
#6. In at number 6, we have a beautiful comntemporary residence displaying an inspiring layout. 57Studio designed the impressive Fray Leon House, located on the east side of Santiago, Chile. The residence was built around native trees an in relationship with them.
#7. Pitsou Kedem Architect completed a home restoration above the harbor in Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. One could easily resemble its exterior with a medieval fortress, as inspired by its centuries-old facade. But the similarities stop there. When redesigning this home, the architects kept its mysterious stone exterior, but combined it with state of the art modern details. Just click the photo below for more.
#8. We found this Scandinavian apartment that is quite different from the Swedish cribs we usually publish. With a total living area of 185 square meters, consisting of four rooms plus kitchen, you could say this crib is addressed to those used to an opulent style. And did you notice the silver stag?
#9. With a total area of ??98 square meters and a beautiful terrace, this two bedroom apartment found on Oskar-Makleri displays quite a few inspiring details. The most spectacular part of this crib is the attic, where a bedroom, bathroom and roof terrace are located. Exposed beams enrich the design of the upper duplex level, creating a feeling of warmth.
#10. Black Beauty Tierra Villa is an impressive modern residence located in the Black Beauty Village in Ostional, Costa Rica. The 2,992 square foot project features three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and has unique surrounding landscapes. And here is a photo that will definitely make you want to see more.