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Morphosis Bath with Bathroom Design Inspiration from Jacuzzi

May 17, 2011 Filed Under: Bathroom Interior
Morphosis Bath with Bathroom Design Inspiration from Jacuzzi

The amazing, futuristic Morphosis bath inspired bathroom design pictured here is presented by Jacuzzi. A fascinating and unusual room, most striking of all here is the floor which incorporates two very different looks: a smooth, shiny surface cuts into the more rustic grey, wooden flooring for a paradoxical coupling. The basin and the toilet/bidet areas are separated each by their own curved wall,... 

Royèroid Sofa and Armchair made in the manner of traditional furniture by Robert Stadler

May 14, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Furniture
Royèroid Sofa and Armchair made in the manner of traditional furniture by Robert Stadler

Paris-based designer Robert Stadler has created the Royèroid sofa and armchair. The collection was recently exhibited at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery booth during the Design Miami/Basel in Basel, Switzerland. The ‘Ours Polaire’ series in particular (like Noguchi’s ‘Free form sofa’) no longer appear as composite objects made in the manner of traditional furniture.  He managed to create... 

The Squeeze and Mushroom Collections is a light weight concrete seating by Cilicon Faytory

May 14, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Furniture
The Squeeze and Mushroom Collections is a light weight concrete seating by Cilicon Faytory

Designed by Cilicon Faytory with using a unique light weight concrete system, this collection displays the mouldability of the material. Re-defining the concept of outdoor concrete furniture, this new material application means light weight yet still incorporating the look and feel of concrete product. With a special sealing agent, the concrete furniture would be virtually free of maintenance. Shaping... 

The Chimney House Interior Design Simple by Onix Architects

April 21, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Design
The Chimney House Interior Design Simple by Onix Architects

The Chimney House was designed by Onix Architects in Bosschenhoofd, The Netherlands has a simple main volume with a rectangular floor plan and a saddleback roof. The plan is based on the fact that the chimney is a disappearing feature in architecture of this century.  This tempted us to create a house with several chimneys. The chimney has been used in different sizes and shapes and with different... 

Extraordinary Penthouse Apartment Luxury in Every Detail in Sydney

April 3, 2011 Filed Under: Apartment Interior
Extraordinary Penthouse Apartment Luxury in Every Detail in Sydney

Situated on top of a striking city like Sydney. Offering a 280 panorama of Sydney, the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, this astonishing penthouse apartment was designed by architect Harry Seidler. For a luxurious lifestyle, many of us would do pretty much anything. Especially if the lifestyle is led in an amazing penthouse apartment. Occupying the top three floors of the building in which... 

The Kube Kitchen of elegance, sturdiness and rational, not ostentatious by Giovanni Offredi

March 23, 2011 Filed Under: Kitchen Interior
The Kube Kitchen of elegance, sturdiness and rational, not ostentatious by Giovanni Offredi

Italian kitchen manufacturer Snaidero presented the new Kube kitchen model designed by Giovanni Offredi in elm wood, Snaidero has now announced a new version with a gloss ice-white lacquer finish. Kube is a highly visible kitchen that conveys an overall idea of elegance, sturdiness and rational, not ostentatious, design, providing a home that will not let itself be dominated by the designer, but that... 

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