With properties getting smaller and smaller, what solutions are out there to free up the floor area? We take a look a some space saving heroes…
There is a circus of décor styles out there for lounge spaces, but we’re getting down to the detail to see what makes a classically cool living room…
- Don’t seclude your scholarly collections in concealed bookcases, display your library on chunky open shelving for a sophisticated and learned look. You could even add a very on-trend library ladder to draw further attention to an extensive stack.
The Italian design company Esedra has created a modern furniture collection called Domino. Its uniqueness lies in the use of moulded sheet metal structure that looks like snow patterns. This modernperforated furniture plays with light and shadow and creates a special atmosphere in your interior. The collection includes kitchen and dining tables and chairs, shelving and room dividers. So the chair features lacquered metal frame where carved sheet creates games of empties and solids. You can choose between table with lacquered metal frame basement, printed or not glass top. For more information on Domino, visit Esedra.
This conceptual white house called “Wave House” is an incredible concept by Gunes Peksen, designer from Istanbul, Turkey. Done entirely in white the Wave House is meant to imitate ripples of water. The angular structure does in fact unfold just as waves do: cascading from the inside out. The small pool set within the interior furthers this aquatic theme. Gorgeous house, don’t you think?
The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Center Pavilion is located in Dorve, Norway. The architectural marvel has been constructed by Snohetta that comprises of architects, Rune Grasdal, Kjetil T. Thorsen, Margit Tidemand Ruud, Eerik Brett Jacobsen, Martin Brunner and interior architect Heidi Pettersvold. The observation pavilion is spread over an area of 90 square meters and has been erected on a plateau that is at a height of 1200 meters above sea level. The elevation will unfurl panoramic views that will leave visitors in a state of awe. It will be a visual treat to see the outstanding Snohetta mountain range from such a height.
These exquisite home design concepts come to us courtesy of architectural visualizer, Svetlana Nezus. If you are looking for a menagerie of great styles to set your creative juices flowing throughout the home, then this is the place for you.
A dual level home library is the thing of dreams for the bookworms amongst us! Long runs of bespoke shelving house an extensive collection, with a desk providing a study area upstairs, whilst a modern L shaped sofa gives opportunity for long lounging reading sessions below.