Home Design Published by Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, February 22nd 2017, 09:46:15 AM.
The Souldern Road is a modern home designed by DOS Architects. This home is located in London, England, UK, which gives impression of luxurious living place. Exterior and interior designs are seemed visually connected as lots of glass windows are installed here. Furthermore, there is additional room which has sliding glass door so it can be in outdoor setting any time. In garden area, plant lots of trees and do not forget grass field, along with small bushes shaped in unique form as well.
Living room consists of white walls and ceiling, which also has light gray wood installed in flooring surface. Then, roll out striped rug under mini table of black wood in middle area between gray fabric sectional sofas and magenta sofa bed. The modern home design here is completed with abstract painting and black emphasize wall of tree themed wallpaper, which both are used as background decoration.
Dining space has high ceiling, which is suitable to boost up people’s appetite. It has three silver lampshades in rounded shapes too. Dining set consists of white long table and wooden chairs as well. People can put additional cushions for sitting more comfortably, such as in black velvet materials. Near staircase area, put tufted armchair in dark red color choice. And for staircase, it has white paint tone which its surface is covered with light wood panels.
Let’s see exterior arrangement again. Aside from colorful flowers and great greenery arrangement, actually designers have added seating plan here. It consists of long table and bench then. In this area, prepare brown tone of stone floor, instead of placing this seating plan on grass. Table is chosen from refined wood, whereas bench has black wooden panels and light wood on top. This design will be pretty much same as modern home interior design, which also defines itself as colorful theme.
When designing Madison Residence in Kansas City, Missouri, the architects at KEM Studio sought to create something inspired by the owners’ lifestyle.
Three main directions were identified during the research process: “The first was for the new house to be modern, minimal and sustainable: focus on the experience with volume, light, and interactions more than square footage. Second was to emphasize the interaction of the house with the site and hillside: draw from the owner’s rural background and her unconventional, creative interpretations. The third was direction was super-efficiency”.
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