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Interior Design Home Creative by Geometrix Design

May 6, 2011 Filed Under: Interior Design
Interior Design Home Creative by Geometrix Design

Creative interior design schemes seem to come naturally for the designers at Geometrix Design. Although it is the interior of a creative agency’s office space, the concepts can be just as easily applied to the interior of a home. The continuity of the floor, wall and ceiling treatment creates a very special vibe in the lounge room. Or how about turning lighting into a strong focal point – like... 

The Gould Residence renovation and addition by Splyce Design/Build

March 26, 2011 Filed Under: Home Interior Design
The Gould Residence renovation and addition by Splyce Design/Build

Splyce contributed their design skills to the renovation and addition of a 1970?s house in Vancouver, Canada that produced this contemporary suburban home. The existing main floor plan, which consisted of a maze of small, dark rooms and dead-ended corridors, was opened up to bring in natural light and create a flow and continuity to the space. To help facilitate this indoor/outdoor relationship, the... 

Interior Carrillo Residence by Ehrlich Architects in Pacific Palisades

February 10, 2011 Filed Under: Home Interior Design, Interior Design
Interior Carrillo Residence by Ehrlich Architects in Pacific Palisades

Ehrlich Architects have designed the Carrillo Residence in Pacific Palisades, California. The glass living room volume sits at the far end of the site adjacent to the main bar of the house and divides the outdoor space into two distinct courts. The informal front court provides a protected sun-filled play yard for the children adjacent to the family zone. The formal rear court comprises an outdoor... 

Serrano Penthouse modern style by Ruiz Velázquez

January 22, 2011 Filed Under: Home Interior Design
Serrano Penthouse modern style by Ruiz Velázquez

Spanish architect  Hector Ruiz Velázquez has designed the Serrano Penthouse in Madrid, Spain. By perceiving these objects as interposed pieces we obtain a sensation of continuity, as the spectator moves through the house and never sees the end of each volume and really noticing the totality of the house.  These curved volumes have the ability to lead the light; by provoking rebounds like a fluid...