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Dezeen. A Wood Extension Creates Extra Living Space In This Australian House. Photography by Christine Francis Husband and wife designers Mick and Jules Moloney of Moloney Architects have recently finished an extension to their own house in Ballarat, Australia.

A Wood Extension Creates Extra Living Space In This Australian House

The original home is a turn-of-the-century weatherboard home, that from the front is Victorian, however the new wood extension at the rear of the home is contemporary. Mick and Jules wanted to renovate the main home and open it up to accommodate the changing needs of their family of five. The contemporary extension continues the roof line of the house, allowing the old and the new to sit side-by-side, respecting the heritage of the original house. The extension is an open room with the kitchen, dining and living room all sharing the same space. A Creative And Imaginative Play Centre Has Opened In Sydney. Design studio Frost*collective have worked together with Joey Ho and Patrick Leung from PAL Design Architects to create NUBO, a fun and exciting children’s play centre in Sydney, Australia.

A Creative And Imaginative Play Centre Has Opened In Sydney

Working closely with the team at NUBO, Frost*collective created all of the branded elements of NUBO, while PAL Design Associates set out to create an environment for the children that would be a beautiful and innovative space. Inside there’s a variety of different rooms, each with a unique look designed to evoke imagination. The main room, as seen below, has an area for parents to sit and watch their children play on the climbing structure and slides. In a smaller play area, a simple color palette of wood, white, and blue (and a touch of grey) make up this fun space that includes a slide that ends in a ball pit, as well as stairs and small nooks, perfect for kids to play in.

There are also playrooms that have been set up for art activities. The Floor In This House Is Filled With Glass Circles That Allow Light To Pass Through To The Floor Below. Photography by Nick Rochowski Photography When Andy Martin Architecture were re-designing this 5-storey Georgian terrace house in London, their clients requested to have a home that was light and bright, similar to the openness found in their native Sardinia.

The Floor In This House Is Filled With Glass Circles That Allow Light To Pass Through To The Floor Below

To do this, the architects decided to work with the floor, and created the entire floor of the main living room using pavement lights. This Kids Room Has A Custom Designed Double Bed And Lofted Play Space. Photography by Luc Roymans When Van Staeyen Interior Architects were tasked with designing a kids bedroom in old mansion, they came up with a unique design to house two beds and a play space.

This Kids Room Has A Custom Designed Double Bed And Lofted Play Space

The beds for each child are built-in on either side of the structure, giving each child their space, as well as their own desks, each with a window. A Contemporary Update For A 1970s Brick House In Melbourne. Photography by Tatjana Plitt Inbetween Architecture have designed the modern renovation of a 1970’s brick house in Melbourne, Australia, that’s home to a family of five that had outgrown the original house.

A Contemporary Update For A 1970s Brick House In Melbourne

Let’s have a look at what the house looked like before the renovation. At the front of the home there’s a balcony that was attached to the front porch, and unfortunately this meant that the front curtains in the original living room were always closed for privacy reasons and ended up blocking the view of the park. This Custom Designed Shelf System Is Used To Store Books And Act As A Guard Rail For The Staircase. This apartment interior is filled with creative storage and decor ideas.

Living Space / Ruetemple. Architects Location Project Team Alexander Kudimov, Daria Butakhina, Evgeny Dagaev Area 48.0 m2 Project Year 2016 Photographs Courtesy of Ruetemple Manufacturers Centrsvet, Sofia More SpecsLess Specs We propose creating a multifunctional space where you can make a choice: either to retire or be together with everybody.

Living Space / Ruetemple

The space, clear of all unnecessary items, will take you to another dimension and help you to get tuned to a calm repose. Lot’s of light and air. In the center of the room there is a functional zoning volume, a white cube, dividing the entire living room into 5 zones: active pastime area, TV area, dressing area, secluded relaxation area and the central area - relaxation area, located inside the white volume. This Contemporary Loft Apartment Was Built Inside A 19th Century Building. Photography by Hanna Dlugosz Design firm CUNS have renovated the loft of a building in Poznan, Poland, that was built in the late nineteenth century, and transformed it into a contemporary livable space.

This Contemporary Loft Apartment Was Built Inside A 19th Century Building

When designing the loft apartment, the designers wanted to maximize the open space as much as possible, and provide plenty of light. This Kids Bedroom Has A 'Nest' For Them To Play In. Photography by Sergey Krasyuk When architectural studio PROJECT905 were asked to design an apartment in Moscow for a family with three children, they decided to create a ‘nest’ in one of the children’s bedrooms.

This Kids Bedroom Has A 'Nest' For Them To Play In

The ‘nest’ is an elevated wood box that looks out over the rest of the bedroom and gives the children a quiet secluded place to play. Harvey Road / Erbar Mattes. Harvey Road / Erbar Mattes Architects Location London, UK Architect in Charge Demian Erbar Area 100.0 sqm Project Year 2016 Photographs Contractor Ireneusz Maduzia Structural engineer Thomas Hallam Consulting Limited Services engineer Environmental Engineering Partnership The existing house, is the home of a family with two young children.

Harvey Road / Erbar Mattes

The former ground floor layout was biased towards the front of the house. Kitchen Design Idea – Include A Trash Chute In Your Counter. Designed by BLANCO One of the biggest pains about cooking is the clean up.

Kitchen Design Idea – Include A Trash Chute In Your Counter

Brushing crumbs and bits of food carefully into your hands only to end up with half of it on the floor, or trying to wipe all of it into the sink but leaving half of it wedged under the lip of the sink leaves us wondering why we even try. Bathroom Design Idea – Black, Brass, White and Wood. Photography by Veronika Raffajová Often black in bathrooms can make them feel dark and closed in, but in this Prague apartment, architect Lenka Míková combined black with brass, white, and wood to give it a contemporary, luxurious feeling.

Black hexagonal tiles cover the walls and are only broken up by the brass taps and faucet above the bath and in the glass enclosed shower. The brass carries on through to the built-in backlit mirror surround and shelf, essentially highlighting them in a wall of black. A white sink, bath, and toilet add to the brightness of the bathroom, while a wood vanity, sliding door, and cabinetry adds a softer, more natural touch to the bathroom. Wall Decor Idea – Create An Ombre Look For A Soft Artistic Accent Wall. If you want to bring color into your space but don’t want to commit to an entire wall, or just want a softer version of a color, you might want to think about creating an ombre wall. Valencia Lounge Hostel, designed by Masquespacio. Fredrik Wallner designs coloured bathroom furniture for Swoon. Swedish designer Fredrik Wallner has created more customisable bathroom furniture in block colours for Stockholm brand Swoon (+ slideshow).

The two new series for Autumn Winter 2016, named Studio and Stone, are intended to match washbasins designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Italian brand Globo. 15 Creative Ideas For Room Dividers. A 1960s House Is Given A Contemporary Update With More Space For Living. This Cute Girls Bedroom Was Designed With A Lofted Playspace. Herringbone patterns feature inside angular house extension by Platform 5. London architecture studio Platform 5 has added a cranked extension to a Victorian house in Hackney, featuring a herringbone-patterned dining table that matches the parquet flooring.

Platform 5 was asked to adapt the existing L-shaped property to provide more sociable spaces for family living, including a kitchen and dining area that opens onto the rear garden. How to make a design impact using simple pieces of wood. Design intérieur - innovations architecturales. Il n’est pas nécessaire d’être un lecteur avide de Dan Brown pour se rendre compte que notre monde est de plus en plus peuplé. Et avec ce surpeuplement, on doit renoncer aux demeures spacieuses, qui deviennent de plus en plus rares et de plus en plus chères.

Ces problèmes de densification sont déjà connus dans les grandes villes, comme Paris, Londres ou New York, où le surpeuplement est un fait depuis des siècles. Bien sûr, le domaine du design intérieur ne peut pas faire fi de cette réalité. En effet, c’est un des casse – têtes les plus importants de nos temps, mais aussi un énorme stimulus pour la créativité des architectes. Des sciences comme l’ergonomie regagnent de l’actualité, car les dimensions minimum des espaces habitables nous intéressent plus que jamais. Masquespacio's colourful interior and branding for its own studio. CamilleCourcelle Architecte. .maîtres d’ouvrage : Privé .phase : livré 2010.programme : habitation .surface : 75 m2 .lieu : Paris Cet appartement est l’objet d’un projet d’architecture intérieure et de décoration (mobilier, luminaire, revêtement, couleur).Tout en conservant le cachet de cet appartement de 75m2 de type Haussmannien nous avons fait le choix de la fantaisie et de la rigueur à l’image de nos clients dont les goûts dichotomiques s’orientaient vers un design épuré et minimal autant que sur la couleur.

L’ENTREE : du sur mesure pour optimiser l’espace. Pièce centrale, un large couloir sas distribuant et scindant en deux parties l’appartement faisait office d’entrée. Nous avons transformé cet espace de passage en réelle pièce à vivre. Une grande bibliothèque a été conçue sur-mesure, optimisant l’espace de rangement. Coté droit // La couleur. Sigurd Larsen adds plywood playhouse to Michelberger hotel room. You’ll never guess what’s inside the hanging cube in this apartment. Sunny pops of yellow are found throughout this apartment interior. This apartment in Singapore is full of bold blue and black. Gallery - Country House Renovation / Mide Architetti - 3. Gallery - Country House Renovation / Mide Architetti - 12. Note Design Studio rejects white in Stockholm apartment. London restaurant resembling a ramshackle farm building by Brinkworth. Brinkworth strips back London pub for fried chicken restaurant. Point Supreme adds Postmodern touches to Nadja apartment.

h2o adds shelving units to book collector's Parisian apartment. London homes by Design Haus Liberty use exposed plaster. CaSA uncovers vaulted brick ceiling in this holiday home. YCL adds colourful furniture to Strasbourg apartment. Wall of hidden panels installed at Tel Aviv apartment. It Met creates flexible workspace for Buenos Aires ad agency. Kengo Kuma stacks wooden layers inside office and cafe pair. House of Smart drugs store features maze-like wooden beams. T Lounge by Studio pha. Doehler loft renovation by SABO Project has a clustered storage unit. SABO Project transforms Paris interior with space-saving stairs. Timber slabs float within Jordana Maisie's New York shoe store.