Explore Tiny House Interiors, Barn Houses, and more!

Explore related topics

House in Ishikiri by Tato Architects

Beyond Metabolism: An Architectural Movement and Its Legacy - Architizer

Taking its lead from a Swedish building code, a new book proposes ingenious concepts that can fit in 270 square feet.

How Much Could You Do with 270 Square Feet?

This archetypal Swedish building form shaped like a Monopoly house serves as an artists studio with a simple plywood interior and massive skylights to let in natural sunlight. Architecture Photo by Waldemarson Berglund Arkitekter by dwellmagazine

Potts Point Apartment  NSW    Design Practice  Anthony Gill Architects

guest bedroom bed inspiration of genius. Potts Point Apartment / Anthony Gill Architects Amy Lau kid's bedroom design with stripes and.

Фантастическая красота - это может быть и офис,и кабинет психотерапевта и гостинная.

scandinaviancollectors: Philip Johnson’s The Glass House, completed in Connecticut. The Barcelona lounge chairs, the daybed and the sofa table by Mies van der Rohe, the Diamond chairs outside by Harry Bertoia. Photo by Michael Hall.

Finally. The time is here.I will be out during the next weeks visiting one of the most fascinating countries in the world, Japan. I’ve been planning this trip for a long time and I will make …

Time off: Japan

"Coexistence in the dining room" between a husband and wife Japanese classic European (or vice versa). Always midpoints.

This minimally designed space highlights fire & water. A small black fireplace set in a cement wall makes this space feel cozy, while windows provide a view of the water.

Tall windows instead of doors - maybe in the bedrooms? Love this Scandi interior complete with Hans J Wegner's Shell Chair from Carl Hansen & Son:

House in Itami / Tato Architects / Japan

Gallery of House in Itami / Tato Architects - 10

INSPIRACIONES EN GRIS Y BLANCO.......................

Minimal kitchens: about the contrast between ornamental opulent spaces and clean minimal kitchens

South African architects Gawie and Gwen Fagan designed and built their family home on a dramatic spot between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean. Die Es is an ode to vernacular architecture with a difference. To celebrate the publication of The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes, Monocle films explores the sculpted forms, palpable materiality and harmony with nature that make this eclectic residence stand out.

South African architects Gawie and Gwen Fagan designed and built their family home on a dramatic spot between Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean.

Light-filled house unveils itself at night throught its perforated metal façade

A floor that doubles as a toy box and a vivid yellow bathtub both feature inside this remodelled Melbourne house by local studio Austin Maynard Architects

Pinterest
Search