Home Design Published by Amanda Holguin, Thursday, April 27th 2017, 07:46:41 AM.
This contemporary concrete house located in Switzerland is designed by MLZD Architecture plus it displays industrial also contemporary décor at its finest as well.
The concrete with the walls made of glass being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect are just lovely in quality as well as functionality of materials. Glass walls join the house with outdoors at topmost also the apply of rugged wood inside generates the house cozier together with makes a cool textural glance.
The living room gives prominence to a glass walls mounted with rugged concrete as well as a comfortable conversation area with a black leather couch. There's a modern black fireplace that separates the living area from the dining area. The dining area is modern also fresh, with an oval table as well as solid yellow upholstered chairs. On the left side, there are built‐in bookshelves. Further you could see a sophisticated industrial kitchen with a concrete kitchen island also a hockey table as well.
The main bedroom is excellently no-frills an laconic: it's clad with rugged dark wood entirely. There are minus bedside tables, only wall sconces. The concrete floor with a brass lighting fixture bring to mind that the house is industrial style.
The bathroom is extremely laconic as well as industrial, entirely coated with concrete. The stairs are also concrete plus with a brass rail handle. There's also a terrace designed in the identical laconic style as the remain of the house. There's a rugged wood dining table also blue plastic chairs together with a bench as well. The whole of the rooms are firmly attached with outdoors, both the backyard as well as the terrace, also the owners could get a thrill out of the views. Get encouraged by the ideas that designers presented as decorating this house!
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