Designed by “The White Room”, this unqiue house is a 65 square meter apartment for a young couple and located in the Bandra suburb of Mumbai, India. The most unusual features of this house is its vaulted design, which you can see it everywhere in the house – doors, windows, ceilings, cabinet and shelvings. Moreover, all the funitures are carefully selected with kind of curving design to match the house’s architecture style. Entering this apartment is like stepping into an organic living oasis, with plenty of space for rejuvenation. Quite unqiue and interesting design! How do you like it?
Envisioned by Willey Design, this sophisticated bachelor located in Lower Manhattan, New York City has been appropriately decorated to enhance the sleek and luxurious lines of the apartment throughout. All the interiors were maximized to soak up the phenomenal views of Hudson River. A streamlined mix of Danish Modern furnishings, luxurious rugs, custom upholstery, textured wallpapers, and Chinchilla furs provide warmth to a potentially Spartan environment. Despite the overall diversity, the duplex inspires harmonious living. Two focal walls are placed in living room and bedroom. The dark texture design strongly contrast the rest light color wall and create the feeling of majestic calm.
CH house (Monterrey, Mexico), the incredibly fantastic house is designed by GLR Arquitectos, aiming to provide the ultimate luxury experience in terms of living and well being. To unveil great views of the city, architects replace the original back garden with a narrow contemplative garden which has the original cut of the existing rock and located just in front of dinning area. The whole dinning area becomes so spectacular with the change, looks like you are eating inside of hill rather than facing a wall of stone.
Having a challenging long and narrow shape, this chic loft located in historic downtown building of New York is required to accommodate a complex set of living requirements:
1. Since both husband and wife work from home, they need office and private space for their work;
2. They frequently entertain large groups. Hence, they need a spacious living, dinning and entertaining space;
3. They often have overnight guests, so they need enough living space for guests.
4. They have a large book collection, which means they need a space to store/display their books.