Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Modern White Modular House by A-Cero

January 11, 2016 Modern House Design


This modern modular house was presented by A-Cero.
According to the DigsDigs: The show house was opened in Ferrol (La Coruña) for those who want to visit it. The new house features a facade done in combination of black glass with panels of white aluminium composite. It looks as modern and sleek as their previous show house but is more practical. The white gravel extended in the house’s surface accentuates this luminosity sensation. The interior is done in similar to the black modular house but more light and airy because it features even more white surfaces. The house has a 106 square meter area. It includes three bedrooms, two baths, hall, lounge – dining room, laundry room and kitchen. It costs 99.000 euros.


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Luxury House Design by Xsite Architects

Luxury House Design, Modern House Design


Here are pictures of luxury house design, located on side of the river, the backyard house designed to take advantage of surrounding area. Designed by Xsite Architects. The house has open dining kitchen design and living area with stunning interior design faces to the river. The house also has modern luxury patio terrace design with swimming pool and modern outdoor fireplace. The interior look elegant, fulfill with modern living style. [ Via ]

Luxury House Design, Elegant House Design

Luxury House Design, Elegant House Design
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Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area

January 10, 2016 Modern House Design


It’s Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area. It’s one level family home with green exterior, flowers, grass, and others green plants make the garden feel cool and certainly many benefits from all the green plants such fresh air and green landscapes and soothing. It’s Miller Residence with many advantages in it.

Modern Family Homes with Huge Sunken Conversation Pit in the Lavish Central Living Area

Classic modernist Miller residence

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Villa in the woods Soest, the Netherlands

Contemporary House Design


This Villa in the woods Soest, the Netherlands was designed by Zecc Architect. The slope of the plot is thus strengthened the local housing as a rock from the ground shape. By bending the ground from the basement is also possible to have garden views. The materialization is rocky and passes through the terraces, making it real in the dwelling.

A major theme in the house is the spaciousness between the three floors. From the basement to the first floor is a mezzanine floors all together in relationship brings. From the front door is a sight line on the atrium directly into the garden. This vide its functions as a toilet, wardrobe and cupboard. The parapets and support functions for the loft walk smoothly through this and provide a link between the three sculptural floor.

Villa in the woods Soest, Contemporary House Design, Netherlands Architecture

woods Soest Villa, by Zecc Architect, Contemporary Villa Design

Villa in the woods Soest, Contemporary House Design, Netherlands Architecture

Villa in the woods Soest, Contemporary House Design, Netherlands Architecture

Villa in the woods Soest, Contemporary House Design, Netherlands Architecture

Villa in the woods Soest, Contemporary House Design, Netherlands Architecture

Enjoy Reading on B25 Easy Chair from Swedish Furniture Manufacturer Blå Station

January 9, 2016 Chair Design, Furniture


B25 easy chair was designed by Cate Högdahl and Nelson Ruiz Acal for the Swedish furniture manufacturer Blå Station.

Description from Blå Station:
B25 is an easy chair in compression-moulded birch with a surface of ash veneer. The seat is upholstered in polyether foam and down.

Blå Station is 25 years young in 2011, and Cate & Nelson were commissioned to design a product to commemorate the occasion – B25. Their brief was to base this product on the language of design that characterised Blå Station in its earliest days – the round birch-wood ring and natural tanned leather from Tärnsjö Tannery.

The result, B25, also builds on the idea of furnishings as members of a family – creating not just a single item of furniture, but a small series, a group of furnishings or a family based on the same idea and using the same basic components. The allusions to Börge Lindau’s Oblado series are unmistakable. Blå Station first manufactured the iconic round ring in birch in 1986 – and the very same tool has now been used for B25. The covered back assumes its intended shape once it has been fitted in place in the ring, in the same way as the backrest on Hövding chair, for example.

Enjoy reading with B25 easy chair
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