Designed by Lovisaro Architecture + Design, Apartment Central Park Prime is a complex family crib a located in São Paulo, Brazil. The two level-home was especially designed for a a young couple who loves to have friends over for relaxation and entertaining. Different from ordinary layout, the bright second level accommodates an open plan living room, kitchen, barbecue and swimming pool, while the lower floor hosts a private home theater and four bedrooms. Each functional area is filled with color and personalized graphic art, making this a lively family getaway.
This interesting apartment is located in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan, owned by a 30-year-old engineer who want to have a home with natural cement-based environment for him to relax after long busy work. Combining with travelling idea, suitcase board is used as storage as well as decoration in the living room. To have more space, the metal mini bar is the choice for dining. Foldable glass door is used to separate living room and study room to have more natural light. Steel bars were applied to shelving to avoid the heaviness of shelf in study room. Quite a unique design.
The design of this 1,900 sq. ft. family style loft located in the Flatiron neighborhood is influenced by Balinese craft juxtaposed with the Industrial style of New York City. The lofty open floor plan connects the living room, den, dining area and kitchen providing functionality and comfort for the family lifestyle. There are many interesting design features in the place, such as kitchen tiles invading into living and dining area, a wall-high tool box in living area and some unique custom made millwork.
Located in the Phang Nga province in Thailand, Iniala Beach House is designed by Eggarat Wongcharit and is a maximalist fantasy inspired by Thai culture and Buddhism which includes beds and sofas suspended from the ceiling by wicker bamboo. The villa’s own spa is located within an ancient golden Thai bell, with Buddhist teachings translated into English inscribed in the walls. Inspired by nearby Phang Nga Bay, all of the furniture is Thai as well as the artwork, and a collage of small pictures of Buddha are “protected” by being wrapped in a crochet hanging on the wall.