Loft in San Francisco

Loft in San Francisco

Stunning interiors can be found all over. It’s up to us to recognise craftsmanship and innovative ideas when we see them. Take for example this loft reconversion. Designed and owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe, the loft situated on 355… Continue Reading

Compact studio apartment

Compact studio apartment

This is a fun compact studio with a color scheme based around a Pantone palette of minty turquoise. Like the fresh springtime hues used within, the apartment’s layout fosters a breezy atmosphere that at once relaxes and energizes. Source, credits,… Continue Reading

Two-floor apartment in Madrid

Two-floor apartment in Madrid

Located in the Spanish city of Madrid, this two-floor apartment was transformed into a refreshing home for a couple who enjoys exploring the world through constant travel. Together with their two kids, they live in this contemporary home that reflects… Continue Reading

Chic apartment in Paris

Chic apartment in Paris

The original architecture is preserve as much it is possible: the gorgeous wooden floors, doors and window frames; with adding ingenious and clever modern additions. Like the staircase that connects internally the two floors – elegant and artistic structure that… Continue Reading

Northern Italian style villa

Northern Italian style villa

This Northern Italian style villa was designed by Gordon Stein Design in collaboration with Engstrom Construction. The property is located in the Hideaway Golf Club community, in the heart of La Quinta, California. This spectacular luxury desert home offers dramatic… Continue Reading

Attic in Prague

Attic in Prague

Prague-based architectural practice, B² Architecture, has designed the Attic loft project. Completed in 2013, the reconstruction project was carried for a business executive in Prague, Czech Republic. According to the architects: “This modern loft apartment located in a late 19th-century… Continue Reading

Luxury Home Overlooking the Pacific

Luxury Home Overlooking the Pacific

A merger of natural materials and textures contribute to an original design scheme: “The use of natural stone and concrete walls create fresh spaces that dually provide passive cooling during hot seasons. The home’s 1950’s-style modernism is warmed up by… Continue Reading