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When putting together a home, art is often the last thing that comes into the picture. I’m sure we’ve all heard friends say ‘…and then we just need a great piece of art for over the sofa…’ or something along those lines.
Architects: Kreatif Architects Location: 35860 Torbalı/İzmir, Turkey Design Team: Aydan Volkan, Selim Cengic, Gorkem Volkan, Evren Yildirim, Ayse Akbas Area: 4000.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Cemal Emden Structural Engineering: Bürostatik Mechanical Engineering: Tema Engineering Electrical Engineering: Enkom Engineering Client: LA Wines From the architect.
Organizing your stuff, whether it’s your crafting tools or your documents, shouldn’t be an intricate process.
With a lot of people not affording financially a large house or apartment like they used to in the 1990s and which you commonly see paraded provocatively on TV shows or movies, the tiny home option has become increasingly attractive.
Wood crates are a timeless item to have in your home, it gives a light industrial and shabby chic touch to your interior and can be used in so many ways!
Architects: Ronald Lu & Partners Location: Tuen Mun, Hong Kong Design Team: Andy Leung, Lemuel Cheng, Helen Ng, Gary Pang Area: 350.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Courtesy of Ronald Lu & Partners Civil & Structural Engineer: DCL Consultants Ltd Building Services Engineer: Far East Consulting Engineers Ltd Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Limited Contractor: EDM Construction Company Ltd From the architect.
I used to keep a written journal when the children were babies, mostly about their little milestones since they were changing from week to week, but I stopped when I started blogging in 2009, mostly because blogging was taking up most of my free time.
Architects: Arch.Lab Location: Sector 11, Chandigarh, Chandigarh, India Design Team: Harsimran Singh, Mohit Vij, Taruni Aggarwal, Jasnam Kaur Area: 900.0 ft2 Year: 2014 Photographs: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj Space Illustrations: Ankita Thakur, Gunmeet Singh, Sowmya Singh From the architect.
Here are two amazing wooden carved chairs, created by Nathalie Lete , a French artist…. This artwork was accomplished with the great collaboration of Antonis Cardew and Clement Poma.
✚ Medicine Cabinet from Habitables This sweet medicine cabinet reminds me of the one I painted for my own bathroom years ago—only much nicer.
“If you are going to walk the walk, you should talk the talk.” “The beginning of wisdom is the definition of terms.”-Socarates In searching for images for this post, I discovered that these two terms are rarely used correctly.
Recently you could learn about some interior design trends that we’ve spotted on our favourite blogs and about the colour that PANTONE announced the colour of the year 2015, marsala.
The lost spaces competition is a call for ideas to reframe how underused spaces in Calgary might be used.
Hi everyone! It's time for another edition of The Scoop! We thank you for dropping by each week to share your wonderful creations and ideas and to be inspired!
All photos via Vladi Private Islands Who cares that it has no running water, habitable buildings, or electricity?
Screengrab via Google Maps Dear real-estate moguls of Stuart Venner's ilk: if you must have a mistress, and buy her an apartment, please don't make your poor wife the property manager of that apartment.
Architects: DP Architects Location: Ridgewood Condominium, Singapore Project Team Members: Seah Chee Huang, Yeong Weng Fai, Eric Yau, Nur Alina Bte Mohamed Ali, Ng Ting Yu, Lim Foong Ting Area: 17940.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Courtesy of DP Architects From the architect.
A square wall with a bell in one corner fronts this chapel for a spiritual retreat in Virginia by Dynerman Architects, concealing the building's true gabled form behind (+ slideshow).
Photo by Grant Harder via Dwell Dwell recently put the spotlight on a gorgeously renovated 1950s home in Portland, Oregon, owned by "midcentury-design enthusiast" Ty Milford and his family.
What do you say about an attic home? I say yes! I mean how beautiful is this attic loft with terrace?