With unobstructed flow of light comes a more cheerful interior and those fretting about a sense of privacy can always turn to drapes as an additional layer of separation to achieve it effortlessly. While it is transparent glass walls that shape the bedroom frosted and translucent glass is used for the bathrooms.
Cleverly delineating space in an open plan living is one way in which you can create individual rooms and areas without visually reducing space. Even the most resourceful room divider can prove to be a hindrance at times and in the tiny apartment it is undoubtedly glass that comes to your rescue.
On the passive side of things you have smart orientation that heats and cools the house in a natural fashion a roof deck and upper level multi-purpose studio that brings in plenty of natural light and a small garden that allows the homeowners create their own urban oasis. Recycled materials a fabulous kitchen with a dark backdrop and modern décor make sure that this once dreary and aging house now has a vibrant contemporary vibe.
Elegant uncomplicated and showcasing a blend of western aesthetics and classic Japanese design designed by Takashi Okuno perfectly accommodates the needs of its elderly residents. With a gray and white exterior the exterior of the residence paints a contemporary picture.
It is barely a surprise that the home to worlds’ most famous fjords is the place that often charms us with some of the most beautiful and idyllic cabins that we have ever seen.
Complementing the already pristine white interior to perfection and blending into the backdrop are large Moooi Non-Random pendant lights along with the modern stairway. It is drapes and the large wooden dining table that bring an ounce of contrast to an otherwise monochromatic living area.