An Old Mill

This charming home respects the original architecture of the old mill which the project replaced. Stone and wood give this place a lovely traditional feel. But the interior design also features some contemporary furniture pieces which are pleasantly combined with vintage details, creating truly charming decors.

Snow Villa

Welcome to Under the Moonlight designed by Giovanni D’Ambrosio. It’s a contemporary (and expensive) take on the traditional cattlemen’s huts of the area.

Old meets new in Barcelona

During the renovation of his apartment in an old part of Barcelona architect Gus Vyustman used a new structure to bring light in with. Challenges during reconstruction included the existing distribution of space – into a lot of small rooms – and thus big differences in light between the different parts of the loft.

Fire Station Conversion

Keeping history alive while implementing modern architecture looks pretty easy once we take a look at this residence. The historical facade was kept intact but the interiors were designed to be a perfect fit in the urban scenery.

Hamburg Ultra-modern

Nothing says ‘this room is special’ like setting it apart both in terms of material choice and physical space. For residents of this ultra-modern loft, it is clear that the kitchen is the top priority.

Futuristic loft

Patrick Tighe Architects have created this 1400 square foot loft, located in a warehouse building in downtown Los Angeles. The live-work environment was designed for a creative professional. Two distinct entities are evident in the design. The angular geometry of the faceted stone clad monolith stands in contrast to the free flowing organic elliptical shaped room.

Beautiful Houses: Brentwood Residence in Los Angeles

The Brentwood Residence is a project by Belzberg Architects. Couldn’t find many information at their website but as for the projects I’ve seen there, these guys are pretty good. Located in Los Angeles, California, this house is modern and really be…