Giving this dreary home a cheerful modern upgrade Casa14 Arquitetura turned to an open plan living and an altered backyard to get the job done. Refreshing relaxing and pleasing to the core the new living area flows into the rear yard that contains an outdoor dining space and a relaxing sitting zone.
Curved glass doors and a different flooring in each of the rooms ensures that you still feel like transitioning from one room to another. If you have kids around and wish to keep an eye on them at all times then an idea like this is great for the home office or the playroom as well. It surely beats those boring old walls in white!
The exposed steel beams and concrete surfaces inside the house are carefully balanced using a warm wooden flooring and custom stone walls that add even more textural contrast to the elegant urban home.
The series of two-and-four-bedroom villas designed by Omar Gandhi Architect are draped in wood with large glass windows and sliding doors perfectly framing the mesmerizing scenery outside. It truly is a world in itself!
Designed by Vasco Lope Asrquitetura is a single level urban residence that was in need of a light-filled makeover. Replacing the old yard with a curated modern outdoor space and connecting it with the indoors designers gave this modest house a completely new look.
Instead of completely demolishing the old house and building a new one the smart remodeling saves both time and resources while preserving and enriching the historic appeal of the Ocotea House. Nestled in the bright and sunny beachside suburb of Melbourne Australia the Gable House is a modern revamp of a that ushers in plenty of natural light even while giving the interior a contemporary upgrade.