This interior design of office in Paris. Two companies Pons and Huot in Paris, France. Designed by Christian Pottgiesser.
August 17, 2015 Apartment
Description from Bonetti/Kozerski Design Studio :
Duplex residence in a building from 1930 overlooking Central Park.
The apartment was redesigned by Robert Stern in the early seventies, then altered by Michael Graves in 1978 and finally received a gut renovation for a young family in 1986.
This renovation adapted the apartment to the new needs of the same family, whose children had moved out. It features a new expanded open living space and dining area that is centered around a double-sided fireplace with an extended hearth in hand-cut walnut travertine. The upper floor has a wide master bedroom with a wood platform along the entire length of the window wall, leading out to a narrow terrace with spectacular views of the park.
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Forma Design has redesign this colonial penthouse duplex apartment interior with Zen concept, flowing and airy space connected each other. Open space with flexible and surprising décor like LED kitchen lighting that has changed light colors really has inspiring and refreshing atmosphere. A glow light to create cheer up mood. Stones at the living fireplace give natural modern character. A sliding books cabinet that become day bed with cheer décor create peaceful sense. For further information detail visite Forma Dsign site. [ Via ]
July 23, 2015 Guest Post
Decorating with leather is by no means a new phenomenon. Leather work is one of the oldest crafts known to mankind and ever since hides became available for domestic use, we’ve been using them in our homes. There’s just something about the look, smell and feel of leather which brings a timeless, opulent feel to any room in your home.
A design classic
Invest in a statement piece of leather furniture, and you know you will still love it for years to come. Leather, more than any other fabric we use in our home, stands the test of time. Like a fine wine, leather furniture simply gets better with age – each new crease or change in colour signifying a history of use. A leather Chesterfield sofa or leather bedstead look stunning no matter how many times we change our interior design scheme around them.
July 17, 2015 Contemporary House Design
House BM, Concrete House with Interior Courtyard Allows Interaction Between Interiors and Exteriors. This contemporary house was located in in Ghent, Belgium. A concrete house which has 304 square meter was designed by Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu. It’s one of amazing house which completed in 2011 with interior courtyard. Thanks to the 18 windows spread across the facade and interior courtyard allows the interaction between the interiors and the exteriors can be obtained.