Friday, April 07th 2017, 03:12:23 AM Published at Amanda Holguin, Modern House in Germany Home Design. “We shape our homes and then our homes shape us.” – Winston Churchill
Monday, April 03rd 2017, 08:18:37 AM Published at Amanda Holguin, Penthouse Design in New York Apartment. When we move into the house’s bedroom, we would get a luxurious and majestic impression even more. The luxurious impression comes mainly from the combination of grey and purple. It is employed in both the bed sheet and the sofa. The house’s bedroom floor is covered by rug. Its facade has glass windows which enables the residents to enjoy beautiful sunrise and sunset. This penthouse design ideas, overall, would be very suitable for a small family.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, April 26th 2017, 07:24:22 AM. An architectural studio which is located in New York City, Robert Siegel Architects, has applied a great contemporary home design into this building. This contemporary home is built as a manifestation of TR Residence. This house exhibits a beautiful residence in its large expansion of a vast open landscape in the Town of Bedford, New York, USA.
Living Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, April 25th 2017, 07:17:24 AM. This modern house is nestled on top of a small hill that makes the house built in a slopped terrain. To deal with this condition, the brilliant designer of the house uses a platform foundation. There are some steel poles used to support the building. It makes the house has higher level than the surrounding. You have to use a wooden stairs to get an access toward the house facade.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Saturday, April 22nd 2017, 04:01:31 AM. The grill season is opened! What can be better than grilling food at the weekend and inviting all your friends and family?
Apartment Amanda Holguin, Friday, April 21st 2017, 03:43:10 AM. A brick wall always brings an old character in a building. The classic ambience in this building is enhanced by the use of wall finish using red brick. The building is a past railway cottage that serves a cozy living space. A remodeling plan has been done by Zecc Architects collaborated with ZW6 Interior studio on its expanded building. The house remodeling plan is developed under the Santpoort Rail House plan showing a significant installation of stacked brick as a wall.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Wednesday, April 19th 2017, 10:27:09 AM. This contemporary building also serves as a home office for its occupant so the house is created with some attractive features to attract some inspirations.The unique home design ideas are manifested in the use of concrete walls combined with wooden clad. Plentiful glass walls are also implemented to give you a straight view toward the surroundings nature.
Home Design Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 09:32:29 AM. The first floor gets its sufficient light from the use of glass walls on the house facade. There is a stunning feature inside this level of the house in which a tree is growing inside it. The tree makes a surprising presence by growing directly from the ground of the lot. Surrounded by varnished concrete floor the tree magnificently grows over the wooden ceiling of this level. This room is filled with ample wooden element serving a warm atmosphere. There are some wooden furniture sets on the living area, dining area and also kitchen area in this first floor.
Decorating Ideas Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 03:49:27 AM. Using unique exterior wall on a contemporary building could make it looks more attractive despite of its sleek design as well as simple lining. That kind of exterior wall can be seen on this contemporary home which is perched on a green environment in Millerton, New York, USA. This building serves as a guest house that provides a great view of its surrounding nature. Developed as a manifestation of a Dutchess House No. 1 project, this architectural building shows a great design from Grzywinski + Pons.
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