This modern apartment located in Taiwan is especially designed for a young couple who are both massive collectors – the man of the house likes to gather miniatures and toys, the lady collects objects from her traveling adventures. To have a place where can display their collections and not make it over crowded, the whole place has to be carefully designed and arranged. Designer created a wall of glass cabinets for the toys, miniatures and souvenirs, which becomes the focal point of the apartment. Instead of using a normal dinning table, a 440 centimeters long table in the living room is used. The storage under the glass cabinets doubles as seating area along the long table, perfect for having visitors over. The bedroom and living room can be separated by a move-able wall. When the wall is collapsed, a more open space is created. Besides that, the bedroom also has a hidden dressing station where lady can sit and apply their makeup.
With all that money, it’s no wonder celebrities have some amazing homes. Here’s a little look at some of the most spectacular celebrity houses.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Beautiful wooden flooring, comfy sofas, high ceilings, and amazing art. You’d expect the house of these two to be spectacular and the simple, yet traditional style is just that. The interior design is perfect for this kind of building and the huge garden with swimming pool isn’t bad either.
You might not manage the pool but you can get some of the look with beautiful real wood floors (try Easy Step Flooring), a trip to your local gallery and lots of comfy seating.
The collection named SIMPLICITY was born from the collaboration between Carlo Santambrogio and the designer Ennio Arosio with the aim of giving “transparent” shape to a precise and essential way of conceiving and living the spaces. Using extra-clear glass by Saint Gobain, Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio not only create glass product such as glass kitchen, glass bathtub, glass bed and glass bookcase, they also use it as structural material to build glass ceiling, floor, wall and staircases. The result is quite stunning. The glass house bears witness to the succession of natural phenomena, responsive to their contrasts, reflecting and integrating into its transparencies. However, for me, when everything becomes transparent, it just make me scared. But I have to admit it does look cool. Maybe good for showroom or office space, but live there… no way.
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?