Two former apartments in Antwerp, The Netherlands have been transformed into a contemporary home and office. Using coloured walls, the inventive play between the open plan & the cosy, natural light versus subtle artificial lighting, old and new elements merge into a comfortable and colourful home environment.
This Converted School Apartment is sure to stir up some fond memories of your studious past. Every piece of eclectic home decor plays a role in creating the nostalgic schoolhouse atmosphere. Fantastic antiques and artifacts grace every surface, every piece of artwork and furniture seems to embody the graceful passage of time.
This unique loft is located in San Francisco, owned by two art and travel addicts who decided to customize it in a very unique way. The couple used a pair of shipping containers to decorate their home. The containers are also functional and they accommodate their collection while also reflecting their personality and passion.
The loft has a very open and authentic feel, enhanced by the original character of the whitewashed brick walls, cement columns & tall beamed ceilings. There are walls of Western and Eastern facing oversized tilt-and-turn windows front and back.
The possibility of a unique dream home with water as its nearest neighbor. Argo was built in 1909 to run on the canal until 1956 when she was converted. Many years later she was bought privately and after extensive renovations created a floating luxury apartment for both permanent living and recreational facilities.
The “First Church of Christ, Scientist” is a historic landmark in Seattle. That makes the 12 town-home units truly unique, carved, into the hollow center of the old domed building. The units share a central atrium, the â€œSanctuaryâ€ with a stained-glass oculus in the roof, but each has its own address and outdoor entrance.