Mop house has two entrances: a public entrance and a private one too. Walking straight through the entrance will lead you into the guest room; behind which is a large swimming pool and surrounding the pool is vast living area. On top of that it has relatively larger rooms and has provisions for ample air circulation. Air circulation keeps the interiors cool despite the harsh atmosphere prevailing in the Middle East region.
The lot is located at a dead-end region of street and at its back rest a public park. The kitchen has been maintained as a public place while the dining room is also spacious enough to contain a large Israeli family. There are separate bedrooms for kids and parents which are now common in contemporary residences.
To get an urban feel slide- stalk doors were placed at its interface of interior and exterior. Interior designing for the house was done by M Square Lifestyle Necessities. They were keen on balancing furniture and artwork for getting a blend of contemporary and traditional interiors. Wooden and leather furniture deployed in this building further increased the natural outlook.
The Brione House is a dream home for those who have always wanted to live in a modern castle. Created by Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron Architetti the Brione House is located in Brione sopra Minusio a small town in Switzerland and overlooks the city of Locarno the lake and surrounding mountain scape from its steep high location.
The glass wall that separates the exterior from the living space offers unobstructed views of the scenery lying close to the location of this magnificent house. The designers have given due weightage to decorations interior and exterior both alike. The living room gets a wonderful blend of differently-colored lighting together with leather furniture and grey fur on the floor.
The house has got a wonderful blue pool to keep you cool even in harsh climatic conditions. Hopen Place offers a spectacular view to the outdoors. The location overlooks to amazing views of blue sky during day and starry sky during nights. Impressed?
Designed by architect Desmond Ong on a minimalist concept the Singapore residence has had its wall removed so as to provide the feel of open space. It is light airy and seemingly spacious. By avoiding bulky interiors and furniture the design has been given a sense of added openness. Usage of light colors and large glass windows gives also adds to large space outlook. The bedrooms and the bathroom designs are kept very simple while the open glass windows provide fro a green view outside.