In the next featured image we get a closer look at the way a curved silo adds a tiled wall effect to this charming bathroom. Traditional features combine with the industrial backdrop created by the silo wall.
When people think of Peru the first thing that comes to mind is an exotic land with iconic images of the renowned ‘Inca Trail’ in the forefront. But there is a lot more to this quickly developing South American nation than just mystic aura of a civilization lost in time.
Next we have the Mobile Living Unit 28 which comfortably houses two but features two additional beds in case you want to invite guests over to marvel at the amazing design! A polyester facade and a wooden pergola are highlights of this dwelling which was constructed to hold up in a variety of climates. Yes this mobile unit can be used as a summer home and located just about anywhere.
This apartment structure has a high level of factory-based assembly. The result: the handy ability to be relocated easily. Would you expect anything less from today’s featured modular housing?
Sleek modern kitchen along with the daft dining area have been designed keeping in mind the modern trend of clean and well defined spaces. The dark wall behind the headboard of the bed gives the bedroom an exclusive look while interesting art work throughout the home helps take the style quotient up a notch or two. A perfect urban dwelling that strikes a balance between elegance and ergonomics!
Architecture studio Nixon Tulloch Fortey was faced with a job of adding a modern extension to a Victorian home in South Yarra Australia. They successfully completed this job with the addition of some bold design elements a splash of color and a touch of modern minimalism!
Today at Decoist we go modular. In fact these modular homes are so spectacular we can’t decide what we like best about them! Is it the innovative design? Perhaps it’s the way they lend themselves to green living. Or maybe it’s their ability to maximize space in the most interesting of ways. It’s hard to deny the uniqueness of modular homes.