The front room includes the living dining and kitchen area. A beautifully designed storage space on the wall provides ample space for a television stand bookshelf and a modern fireplace. The modern kitchen with simple furniture a four-seated dining table light colored sofa carpet and hanging lights add to the elegance.
Are you someone who likes to live simple? Then you need to take a look at this small little house in Singapore. With minimum and simple space the interiors of this house will surely catch your attraction. In the city state of Singapore almost everyone lives in apartments built and allotted by the government. This little place we are talking about here is the result of some good renovation work on one of those tiny apartments.
The chalet extends to an area of 530 square meters and seems to be an ideal place for a family to live in. Design of this building doesn’t comply with that of other chalets you might have seen in many parts of Europe. Its interior is reminiscent of lives of our long aged ancestors who lived in constant contact with their environment.
The Swiss architecture studio created two cubes emerging from the hill caressed by natural light on the inside through cavities and open courtyards. Extensive use of wood in furniture and window frames especially in the kitchen and bedroom soften the hard edges of the stone walls and warm up the atmosphere.
Overall the house has got a water logged ambiance and is extremely cool. A blend of different natural colored walls and windows got no single word to explain. The design seems thoroughly environment friendly. Don’t miss a visit to this spectacular architecture.
Unless you have a housekeeping service or love the country cottage look. Relaxing clean lines are easy to live with and maintain. If you eliminate the silk plants drapes knickknacks and ornate furniture you will also eliminate most of your dust.
Located in Stuttgart Germany this 377 square meters dream home displays a minimalist design defined by straight lines and a constructive use of different building materials. Designed by Alexander Brenner Architects and placed on an almost triangular plot House Heidehof displays an interesting mix of materials on the front facade – wood cladding adorns the large garage doors above which a zebra-resembling pattern is suddenly interrupted by a white-washed second floor.