Spotted on designboom the project located in a private ski club in Collingwood is a lavish contemporary residence that allows its owners to enjoy the nearby skiing grounds to the hilt while draped in luxury. With large and open interiors clad in lovely wooden flooring and pristine white the idea has been to bring a perfect romantic escape from a hectic life.
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.
This cool contemporary home Down Under in Melbourne has been designed to blend in cool natural tones with sophisticated modern design to perfection. Conceptualized and brought to life by designer the residence achieves this by using beautiful shades of wood along with the right blend of stone and glass. The exterior of the house is adorned by vertical wooden tiles that give it a distinct appeal. Step inside and you will see chic and sophisticated interiors that are largely clad in neutral colors.
And now the big question: Could you live in a modular home? If so would it be a summer place or would it be your permanent dwelling? Or perhaps you’d simply enjoy a modular structure in the garden for a little contemporary shelter on a sunny day. Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
Water cascades and courses offer a unique and inimitable look to the home as they greet you every time you move between the main section of the residence and the private wings. Stone and wood complement the use of glass while stylish décor a modern kitchen and interesting art work give the home an exclusive appeal. Throw in the sleek fireplace warm lighting and a lush green garden and you have a complete and tasteful modern residence.
We begin with Tall Man’s Tiny House a home designed by brothers Adam and Aaron Leu (who are both 6′ 7″ tall–hence the name of the home)! What makes a house tiny? Generally the phrase “tiny house” refers to a dwelling that is less than 1000 square feet. And this compact home definitely qualifies…
It’s amazing how many separate areas can fit into one compact space. Below we see the sleeping loft the kitchen the dining “room” and the living area complete with a sofa bed. Hint: you can maximize your space by placing sleeping zones in out-of-the-way spots. Or using dual-purpose furniture such as a sofa that is also a bed!