The desire for a home that creates spaces that encourage interaction between family members can be seen in homeowners across the globe. While the 90s saw a trend in which people turned towards more individualized and private ‘cubicles’ that has definitely shifted toward a love for more ‘social spaces’ in the last decade.
There comes a time in everyone’s life when one craves to move away from the constant rush of urban life and the perpetual race with the clock. It is this desire for a simpler and more relaxed lifestyle that has inspired a retired couple in to turn to Suyama Peterson Deguchi in an attempt to downsize their contemporary home and turn it into a tranquil retreat surrounded by ample greenery. Inspiration behind this new structure was drawn from the silhouette of a picnic shelter in a forest and it was translated to the modern setting using a simple roof and wall structure.
Glazed corner windows influence both the visual appeal of the exterior and the functionality indoors by allowing the homeowners to easily utilize even the tiniest of corner nooks while dark cedar ushers in textural contrast.
While the outline of the house borrows inspiration from the plot it sits on and aims to make the most of the limited space on offer on the inside it is the dramatic spiral staircase structure that demands your attention instantly.
From single-bedroom condos that start at $399000 to amazing penthouses that will cost you $1150000 there is a wide range of residences to choose from here depending on both your budget and spatial necessity. Each condo brings with it light-filled living rooms that promise a serene and stylish lifestyle cutting-edge kitchens with energy-savvy appliances indulgent bathrooms and tranquil bedrooms that open up to reveal majestic views. There is never a dull moment here!
Nestled in a quiet little neighborhood of Germany this timber-clad home of a local dairy farmer was revamped by adding a dashing modern structure that bridges the gap between the interior and the outdoors. Designed by Woltereck Fitzner Architekten Bda the pavilion-style extension gives the classic home a modern escape!
The residents of had a similar desire to turn their old terrace house that is just five meters wide into a smart modern home filled with lovely little nooks terraces and an inviting outdoor lounge. Dan Gayfer Design accomplished this by completely renovating the house connecting the interior with the small private outdoor living area.