One of the biggest challenges during the design of this multi-level house was both its unique orientation and the flood of sunlight that entered the house because of the giant glass wall that connects the living area with the pool outside.
Dubbed by the master designer himself this gorgeous home in Warwickshire England embraces a theme that is not just inspired by the golden era of cinema and the style that precluded it but also by the decorating elements of the Far East. Essentially this is a stunning cohesive collage of seemingly contrasting styles that wows you with its luxury and refinement.
Contrasting synergy is what we see at the at Nichada Village in Thailand with these smart and stylish structures offering two completely different perspectives on interior design. Crafted with care by Alkhemist Architects to meet the needs of two brothers who wanted to live close to one another this interesting project showcases how one can fashion two strikingly different interiors in homes that sit next to one another even while incorporating a common thread.
Three bedrooms a home library and an open workspace are housed on the mezzanine level with the attic space being converted into the master suite that also contains a study room. With wonderful views of the cityscape and refreshing outdoor decks and gardens all around this remarkable residence in Singapore surely leaves a lasting impression on you.
On the lowest level one sees the living space / TV room that creates a vivacious and fun atmosphere with its semi-industrial style and iconic décor additions like the Wegner’s Papa Bear Chair.
A large wooden deck terrace that sits right outside the open living area becomes the heart of this energy-efficient Mexican home where smart corner windows and sliding glass doors create a fabulous indoor-outdoor interplay.
A fusion of Peter Staunton’s creative vision and the exquisite beauty of Art Deco-inspired décor from KOKET this is a sight to behold for everyone who adores a glamorous blast from the past.