A classic sofa set and a table with 12 leather armchair displayed under spectacular lighting in the open living area cum dining space alone could lure you into this fantastic house. The houses have got a wonderful mix of construction materials that maneuvers tradition into modern architecture. The Portland Street Duplex homes offer a good deal of openness while preserving your privacy.
The ground floor is occupied by the garage and home cinema while the rest of the spaces are split between private and social rooms. Here a mezzanine level features two rooms connected by a living-study opening towards a patio garden. Upstairs occupying the first floor lie the kitchen and dining room while the second floor shelters the bedrooms. Topped off with a pool terrace on the roof the narrow home is surely a successful residential project.
Located in the famous Hollywood hills in California the house has risen to the top of the yardstick on which modern buildings are compared. Whipple Russell Architects‘ brain must have had an extremely challenging phase while designing this massive structure. The house has got lots of luxury without compromising on residents’ privacy.
The blocks have then been interconnected by an open staircase. The front elevation of the house is kept off sight from street. The huge door welcomes you to the inner wonders. The entrance leads you to a beautiful bluish pool which is near to entrance of the building. Right at the middle of the structure is a double height space which acts as a corridor to the rest of the house.
Barcelona-based architecture studio Ferrolan LAB designed a small narrow and long residential structure used by a family as their permanent residence. Measuring 12 feet by 82 feet the contemporary home located in Barcelona Spain challenged the architects to construct a comfortable vertically designed collection of spaces.
such as a footlocker that doubles as a coffee table. If the things you need are stowed near where you use them it will be easier to access them and to put them back away later. Too many single men furnish their homes with items that were too big to fit in the dumpster behind the apartment complex. Don’t waste this opportunity. Create the man cave that your friends with partners dream about every night in their pink canopy beds.
We just love the bedroom for its simple design minimal furniture and white curtains. The bedroom also has a small area covered with pebbles and a plant placed on them. The large glass windows in the room provide natural light. The bedroom also has a bathroom attached and is separated with glass walls.