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Featuring stylish anthracite tiled floors at the entrance, the apartment greets its guests with a sliding door wardrobe covered in mirrors, that makes the space look larger. Could be the bright and comfortable style or the simple interior design lines that make these apartments extraordinary or maybe it’s just the fact that we all draw [...]
Grand Prize Winner: Marcello Zuffo from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida prevailed with a futuristic design that included movable components that can adapt to the changing needs. Second Prize Winners: On the second podium were Kim Letven and Nada Bibi, of WE Design in Brooklyn, NY, for their seamless integration of indoor and outdoor space. The design [...]
This is the definition of wide open living. Having a light and airy residence can mean that over 50 per cent of the exterior is made of glass, just like this next house designed by the renowned architect Shane Thompson and located in Brisbane, Australia. The living and dining space is well defined by natural [...]
Elegant to the core, this luxurious residence by Judy Goodger is more than a treasure house. And just to make our point, who wouldn’t want their very own private pool with a spiral staircase or a floating wall at the head of the stairs in the living room? A spectacular design that gives the house [...]
Kim Duffin has created a practical and attractive kitchen which is adjusted according to family lifestyle of the population. Considered good design incorporates clean lines, set lines, and the house designated for each appliance, food and tools, Sublime Cabinet Design has helped make the tasks of daily cooking and cleaning easier. This has created an [...]
This Victorian Terraced House can be inspiration for people who want to create the existing space for your home design ideas. This existing space was created by David Mikhail Architects. It is as part of Victorian Terraced House design. It is located in Camden Square Conservation Area. Most of the house here do not use [...]