Designed by Natural Balance Home Builders, the Kerchum Residence located in Vancouver is the first LEED Platinum single-family residence in Western Canada. The home features clean, modern lines that distinguish it from the surrounding craftsman-style homes. Green roofs can be found in several locations at the residence, creating a beautiful aesthetic while improving insulation of the house and extending the life of the roof. Natural light illuminates the home, creating a natural balance between interiors and the sun and sky.
Designed by Chun Jiang Yao, the Fresh Lamp is a nice way to integrate lamps, plant care and unique décor. As a table lamp, it can be rolled up into one neat piece to save some space when not in use. In day time, it can reserve energy from solar power and when the night comes, the lamp will automatically turn on and work in growing mode. When you need if for reading or working, you can switch to full-energy mode which will expand the lamp and provide enough light you need. It sounds a nice design, but looks more like a planter instead of a lamp for me. If there is no extra power, the lamp doesn’t look like can work long time with only supply of solar power.
St Pancras Penthouse Apartment by TG Studio is a charming eclectic home located at the top three floors of the west tower of a famous London landmark. Since the property is of highest public interest and the interiors listed by English Heritage the floor plan had to be broadly maintained but all staircases, balustrading and partitioning, where possible, were replaced. After TG-Studio’s work, this three bed room penthouse has been successfully transformed into a personal and luxurious home. The middle floor is probably the focal point of the apartment, accommodating a seating area and a pool table. Really love the open plan of the house which provides extensive views of surrounding area at each floor.
This stunning luxury apartment was designed by architect /designer Robert Couturier on the 59th floor of the Metropolitan Tower skyscraper, in New York. Due to client’s one primary desire: something ultra-contemporary, the 4,198 square foot living space features an open art gallery feeling that captivates you upon entrance. Each room comes with its special design features and the museum-quality selection of contemporary furnishings complemented by reflective surfaces. The most “fabulous” interior is the glass-curtain wall overlooking Central Park, resulting in a visual treat and enhancing ultra-modern place.
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