Unlike the most Swedish apartment which pursuing minimalism, the lovely home is filled up with interesting and delightful decorations. From the little seating area in unconventional hallway to the bird cage lighting in the bedroom or the open shelves in nursery room, every inch of the place is well designed and filled with warmth. Moreover, the room exhibit the same peace-inducing color palette in soft hues of beige, playing smartly with the dark elements like cushion, blank or painting. It is one of the best Swedish apartment we have ever seen. More like a real place people would like to live in, instead of those throughout white filled apartment.
When comes to church, giant stained glass window and high ceiling are something easily get attention. And the beautiful home converted from an empty church in Chicago has all those features and more. As with many of these sorts of architectural projects—which intend to restore a space in a completely different way—the inside was gutted, but the shell of the structure remained intact.
Hiding among the green forests of Germany’s Grünwald, this extremely beautiful house surpasses by far any concept of what one might expect from a home. Be in harmony with nature, its landscaped roofs almost camouflage the nearly 9,000-square-foot home even from an aerial view. There are many playful designs elements you can easily notice – playful window fronts, gracefully forged balconies, swirling intarsia wood floors, seven unique fireplaces, colourful mosaics, custom-made furniture and carpet and park-like garden which can be accessed from all rooms. They more time you spend in the room, the more details you will find. Leaf, branch, and petal shapes can be found everywhere in the house. Besides all these unique interiors, this residence also accommodate a library, a gym, a music room, and a special car elevator that accesses an underground, six-car garage, a nearly Olympic-size indoor swimming, and a second pool is disguised by park-like gardens to look like a natural swimming hole. Really spectacular designs and so its price – 23 millions.
Designed by Prototype Design Lab, “The Aldo House” is an impressive residence located in Southern Ontario, Canada. The house is punctured by an atrium that runs the full-length of the house, topped with an equally long skylight. The rest of the building is developed around this central axis, continuing the game of harmonic volumes. Next to this architectonic path appears the most public area with the living room, dining room and kitchen, which opens directly onto a large, expansive back patio. The sculptural staircase leads to the second floor, which is again divided by the naturally-lit atrium. On one side are three identical children’s bedrooms, and on the other side a master suite complete with sitting area and library that overlooks the back yard and space below. A living moss wall and a bamboo garden is visually pulled into the inner spaces through a wooden deck, thus blurring the indoor-outdoor boundaries.