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Ten bathrooms designed to take advantage of the view. We've rounded up 10 bathrooms with incredible views, including a house on the Isle of Skye with a bath overlooking a loch and a jungle cabin with a glass-walled shower.

Ten bathrooms designed to take advantage of the view

This is the latest roundup in a series providing visual inspiration for the home. Previous articles in the series showcased living rooms with calm interiors, peaceful bedrooms and domestic bathrooms designed by architects. Villa RA, Italy, by MORQ Built on a hillside in southern Italy, Villa RA was designed by architecture practice MORQ so that almost every space has windows that frame views of the nearby Gulf of Squillace. This includes the master bathroom, where the sink was placed directly in front of a large square window. Find out more about Villa RA › Preston Hollow house, Dallas, USA, by Specht Architects American studio Specht Architects designed this sprawling concrete home in Dallas with long corrugated concrete volumes to reference brutalist architecture.

Find out more about Preston Hollow › Villa RA, Italy, by MORQ. "Before And After Design": This Instagram Account With 1.3 Million Followers Is Showcasing Incredible Redecorations. K-thengono installs adaptable built-in cabinets within 42sqm apartment in indonesia. Thirty kitchens designed by architects. Looking for inspiration for your dream kitchen?

Thirty kitchens designed by architects

Here are 30 architect-designed kitchens from our archives. This roundup is the latest in a series of stories that bring together visual inspiration for the home. See our recent posts showcasing ten colourful kitchen interiors, thirty bathrooms designed by architects and seven bedrooms with statement walls. Home Farm by John Pawson British architect John Pawson designed three kitchens for his own retreat, Home Farm, including this minimal example with pale lime plaster walls. Find out more about Home Farm › Luminescent 'draftroom' in texas by jiří příhoda features a suspended table. Fritz Hansen completes revamp of Danish headquarters. Furniture brand Fritz Hansen has revamped its headquarters in eastern Denmark, creating a sequence of homely spaces that cater to the diverse work methods of its employees.

Fritz Hansen completes revamp of Danish headquarters

The HQ is located on the edge of a forest in the municipality of Allerød, next to the site of Fritz Hansen's now-defunct sawmill. Workspaces are spread across the remains of the brand's former factory and an administrative building from the 1960s. These two buildings are connected by a reception and meeting room that were constructed in 2003. Jorge Penadés fabricates Camper store from perforated metal profiles. Madrid-based designer Jorge Penadés has designed and fabricated a colourful shop for Spanish footwear brand Camper from simple perforated metal profiles.

Jorge Penadés fabricates Camper store from perforated metal profiles

The store in Málaga has a raw, industrial aesthetic that has been softened with a colour palette of bright blues, pinks and reds. Penadés used just three basic elements – perforated metal profiles, corner plates and bolts/nuts – in the design and construction of the shop. I Tried Modsy's Virtual Home Design Service — And It Did Wonders for My Small Space. Yinka Ilori creates brightly coloured Christmas tree for London hotel. Yinka Ilori has rounded off a busy year by designing a stylised Christmas tree for London's Sanderson hotel, featuring his signature colourful and graphic aesthetic.

Yinka Ilori creates brightly coloured Christmas tree for London hotel

Ilori designed the 2.5-metre-tall Christmas tree to greet guests as they enter the lobby of the Philippe Starck-designed hotel on Berners Street. The sculptural installation comprises five geometric forms that are layered to create a simplified representation of a Christmas tree. The design of the tree is also intended to evoke a stack of colourfully wrapped presents. Each element is rendered in a different colour, with adjacent surfaces on some of the components also contrasting to enhance the three-dimensionality of the construction. Ilori designed the installation to be made using standard industrial materials including pieces of sawn timber and plywood sheets.

Takehiko suzuki architects' 'tunnel' is a small hut in tokyo. Near shakujii park in tokyo, takehiko suzuki architects has completed ‘tunnel’, a detached single room designed as an empty shelter for an engineer to focus on his work and study. externally, the small hut is covered in charred rough-hewn japanese cedar, which creates a textured façade and allows the structure to merge into the woods. the interior comprises a single space clad in curved wooden walls that gently diffuse natural light coming from a skylight on the north side of the building. image by masao nishikawa image by masao nishikawa a low-height ‘sweep-out’ window is introduced at the west end of the building, where the owner can enjoy a framed view towards the ruins and the forest beyond. at the same time, to the north, a fixed window — four meters from the floor level — gently diffuses natural light into the interior. as a result, the space acquires an intimate quality thanks to the curved envelopment of the surfaces, as well as the connection to the external environment.

takehiko suzuki architects' 'tunnel' is a small hut in tokyo

Christopher Herwig photographs opulent details of Soviet Metro Stations. The Soviet Metro Stations photography series by Christopher Herwig documents the most unusual details of the Soviet-era metro network built between the 1930s and 1980s.

Christopher Herwig photographs opulent details of Soviet Metro Stations

Intended to give an insight into the "closest realisation of a Soviet utopia", the photography collection features stations in 15 cities across seven different countries in the former USSR – the communist state that existed from 1922 to 1991. Herwig's photos focus predominantly on the details that make each of these stations unique, which range from propaganda sculptures and artwork to elaborate mosaics and opulent lighting. "I was first blown away by the metro's station on trips to Moscow, St Petersburg and Tashkent starting in the late 90s," Herwig told Dezeen. "They are pretty amazing – for me it became an event in itself to visit the stations and explore them, just like one would go to a museum or forest. I spent months. " Gon architects inserts a bright red, continuous furniture to articulate attic in madrid.

Spanish architect gonzalo pardo, lead architect of madrid-based practice gon architects, has completed the renovation of a 78-square-meter attic in madrid. for the project, the owner — an avid design and contemporary art collector — had a limited budget (40,000 euros) and a tight deadline together with the desire of being able to showcase his books and precious pieces. all images by imagen subliminal ‘gonzalo, I want to live alone.

gon architects inserts a bright red, continuous furniture to articulate attic in madrid

I need a lot of light and darkness to sleep, I’m a shivery person and hate air conditioning,’ commented the owner to the architect. ‘I work on weekends at home and organise meetings with friends but never have parties. I collect contemporary art. Conran and Partners completes overhaul of 200 Gray's Inn Road lobby. Architecture practice Conran and Partners has renovated the ground floor lobby of a central London office to create a shared space that "blurs the edges between work and play".

Conran and Partners completes overhaul of 200 Gray's Inn Road lobby

Conran and Partners has redesigned the ground floor of Holborn's 200 Gray's Inn Road building to be a bright and comfortable shared workspace that functions more like a hotel lobby. The project is shortlisted in the small workspace interior category of the 2019 Dezeen Awards. "[The project] has been designed to re-imagine a new type of ground floor space that interweaves office reception, private members club, café culture and hotel experience; blurring the edges between work and play," said the practice. "A significant task was to soften the large open space, meaningfully dividing it into a series of connected environments with different uses.

" "The design responds to the changing work culture of modern tenants, ultimately giving the space a new lease of life," it continued. FAR adds artist's studio clad in translucent folding façade to los angeles house. FAR , the international architectural practice founded by marc frohn and mario rojas, has extended an existing 1930s house located on a steeply sloping site in the mount washington neighborhood of los angeles with a newly added studio and spacious deck. designed for LA-based artist kim schoen, the studio incorporates a north-facing façade comprising a large-scale bi-fold door with translucent cladding, whose corrugated and twin-wall layers offer a fine vertical linear pattern abstracting the silhouette of the landscape outside. all images by brica wilcox located one level lower than the artist’s house, the studio is characterized by a north-facing façade, whose large-scale bi-fold door is clad in corrugated and twin-wall translucent layers. once open, the door folds into a canopy, orienting the studio to the outside and framing a panoramic view of the surrounding hills of the angeles national forest. project info: name: mount washington studio.

FAR adds artist's studio clad in translucent folding façade to los angeles house

Isolation by fabian knecht transforms landscape into a figural 'great indoors' Fabian knecht presents ‘isolation’ — a white-box gallery space erected to capture the picturesque true nature and transform the untouched landscape into a ‘great indoors.’ while the interiors suggest a series of galleries occupied by landscape installations, the work in fact comprises a white, fluorescent-lit enclosure dropped atop a fragment of landscape. decontextualized from its surroundings, this small swatch of land evokes its own set of associations, analogies, desires and anxieties. the installation serves to isolate and objectify the landscape. all images courtesy of alexander levy project info: project title: isolation (52°33’44.1”N 14°03’12.8”E) artist: fabian knecht.

People Are Sharing The Worst Kitchen Designs They’ve Encountered, And They’re Hilarious (30 Pics) Food. Family. Fun. These three words perfectly describe the kitchen, which is where everybody loves to congregate. And though we might say that all people are created equal, the same can't really be said about all kitchens. There are some truly atrocious kitchen designs out there. 10 Bedroom Box and Storage Wall Design Ideas. Photo by Rebal Knayzeh Photo Categories:Living Room, Chair, Rug Floors, End Tables, Storage, Table, Sofa, Wall Lighting, Concrete Floors, Coffee Tables Newsletter. Dehlin brattgård designs 'robust machine' for fast-changing, exhibitions. These Cave-Like London Apartments Help Jet-Lagged Travelers Drift Off to Sleep. In 2016, Charlie Rosier and Fabienne O’Neil founded Cuckooz—a design-focused serviced apartment brand that has properties in some of the most vibrant locations in London. Each Cuckooz project has interiors that are beautifully designed by an independent, up-and-coming industry talent.

In 2018, they collaborated with UK–based ergonomic mattress brand Simba to create three apartments in Spitalfields, a lively area near Liverpool Street Station with plenty of trendy bars, eateries, and shops. The idea behind each Zed Room was to create a home away from home to help jet-lagged travelers overcome the "first night effect"—wherein international air travel and adjusting to a new environment often results in a poor night’s rest. Artists install 'five elements tea room' made of layers of shoji screens. Even the parking lot underneath Apple's $5 billion campus is beautifully designed.

12 Really Cool Retro Control Rooms. Noiascape's west London co-living space targets millennials. Architects Tom and James Teatum designed this co-living space in Hammersmith to include informal work and living spaces that they hope will encourage millennials to spend more time at home. Brothers Tom and James Teatum, who run the architecture practice Teatum+Teatum, designed the space for their property development company Noiascape. Airbus transforms cargo holds into lower-deck dormitories. Fragmenture inserts wedge-shaped volume into terraced house in Ghent. Hong kong's bohemian house embraces community of artisan food culture. Situated in hong kong’s western district – a heritage rich area renown for its lovable bustle of aromatic markets and cafes – rises the newly completed ‘bohemian house’ complex. the high-rise is the latest project of the bohemian collection pioneered by cultural entrepreneur adrian cheng, executive vice-chairman and general manager of new world development, and is tailor-made for urban artisans and bohemians alike, epitomizing its brand spirit of ‘the artisanal movement’.

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AllGo is an approach aimed at creating accessible rooms that are functional, flexible and beautiful. Heike fashion concept store wins World Interior of the Year 2016. Clutter concealed within wooden walls inside French apartment. Concealed storage cabinets create a space-saving solution inside this apartment in Sceaux, which was recently overhauled by French studio h2o architectes.

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