The Walls Of This Home Surrounding The Living Room, Kitchen, And Dining Room Disappear To Enable Indoor/Outdoor Living. Walker Warner Architects has designed a home on a rugged stretch of coastline in Kona, Hawaii, with mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other.
The private driveway on the mountainside of the property cuts into existing 15-foot-high rock formations, shielding the property from surrounding neighbors and reducing its visual impact from the roadway. Decorative weathered steel panels screen the auto court from the rest of the property and direct guests toward the courtyard and ocean views beyond. The courtyard and surrounding outdoor spaces have been designed by landscaping firm Lutsko Associates. At the end of the walkway that runs alongside the home, there’s a large great room that completely opens up to the outdoors. Central to the great room is a sitting area that’s been furnished with five low armchairs and a round coffee table, all of which are positioned below a chandelier.
An Indoor Plant Room Is The Perfect Place For Reading. A Unique Accent Wall Was Made By Filling A Metal Cage With Walnuts. May 7, 2020 Yerce Architecture together with ZAAS has created a unique accent wall that’s located in the home office of a loft apartment.
The home owner, a photographer, wanted to have a variety of creative ideas that he could use for his work, and one of those is the inclusion of an interior gabion wall. Usually, gabion walls are seen filled with rocks and acting as fences in landscaping, but this eye-catching accent wall is filled with walnuts. By using walnuts, that are held in place with a metal cage, the designers created a natural element in the interior, that would also provide a unique backdrop for their photography client. Photography: Yerce Art Photography – Emin Emrah Yerce | Design: Yerce Architecture & ZAAS | Team: Nail Egemen Yerce, Ayca Taylan, Zeynep Sankaynagi.
Design Detail - A Cut-Out Was Created Underneath The Stairs To Allow Light To Travel Through. Photography by Nick Bowers When Anderson Architecture were designing the renovation of this house in Sydney, Australia, they chose to create a cut-out underneath the stairs to allow the light from the window to flow through to the interior.
By including a cut-out underneath the stairs, they also provided a view of the garden at the side of the house. Design Detail - A Wood Slat Accent Wall Surrounds The TV In This Living Room. Photography by Ryan Fung Toronto-based RZ INTERIORS have designed a contemporary and minimal feature wall for this family room, that would help to achieve a simplified sense of calm, rather than a cluttered and overpowering TV wall unit.
The slatted wood wall panel that surrounds the TV has been made from Walnut, while minimalist floating white cabinets provide storage and complement the white walls of the living room. A Garage Was Converted Into This Comfortable Living Space. Photography by Craig Greenhill Australian firm Sam Crawford Architects have transformed what was once a commercial garage sandwiched between terrace houses, into a bright and modern home that’s long and narrow.
The home features a material palette of black steel, recycled brick, concrete, and wood. An abundance of natural light from the interior courtyard that fills the living, dining and kitchen area. Next to the living room is the kitchen, that features a concrete countertop, wood cabinets and black hardware. Small holes have been used to create an artistic pattern on the light wood upper kitchen cabinets. Opposite the wall of kitchen cabinets, there’s a large kitchen island with concrete pendant lights hanging above and plenty of room to seat four people. These Bookshelves Hide A Secret Room. 8 Reasons Why Green Walls Are Awesome.
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Photography by Tanya Kovalenko. By now, you’ve probably seen photo of homes and buildings that have included green walls, also known as vertical gardens, as part of their design, but have you ever wondered if there are any benefits to having a green wall? Contemporary-apartment_060615_14. This Living Room Is Hot On Pinterest Today. Design Detail – A Modern Minimalist Fireplace Surround. Thellend Fortin Architects, included this white modern minimalist fireplace surround, in a home they designed for a family in Montreal, Canada.
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