Our love for polished finishes and sleek artificial finishes has seen contemporary design take hold of most urban homes and office spaces in the last two decades. But the cyclic nature of design and decorating means we are once again moving towards interiors filled with natural textures that create a relaxing ambiance.
Chinese side tables wall art Buddha statues and a splash of green grace the living room while a monochromatic music lounge is a visual treat for those who adore all things white.
Designed by Aamer Architects the striking residence is located in a busy neighborhood and in front of a bus stop making its open and exquisite design even more impressive. Shaped using raw off-form concrete and gorgeous teak screens from Bali the house has an open and cheerful ambiance that complements its breezy exterior to perfection.
A sculptural wooden staircase links the two levels of the loft and a functional blend of artificial illumination and natural light give the home a merry vibe. The smart use of textures and bold colors drives away any sense of boredom even as the stunning terrace and rooftop garden complete an inimitable interior that seems to have a style of its own!
Whether you want to give your kitchen wonderful daytime illumination or wish to bring the sky and stars into the bedroom skylights get the job done with ease. The many advantages of conventional skylights and light tubes are well known to many of our readers already but why not take this a step further with cool walk-on skylights?! Nestled in an affluent neighborhood of London this gorgeous showcases the design flexibility offered by walk-on skylights even when it comes to renovating and extending classic heritage homes.
The latest extension also brought along with it a revamped kitchen and guest room that embrace a neutral color scheme while the rest of the cottage offers ample opportunity for the homeowners to display their wide art collection.
The residence of the elder brother features a cooler more contemporary style with white gray and blue shaping the backdrop. Reflecting the taste of a man who enjoys his outdoors and is a golfer by profession this home has an open living area that flows into the pool zone and the bedrooms on the top level also seem connected with the public spaces below.